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This I Believe: Slow Kisses, High Fiber, Soft-Core Porn, Baseball

Tuesday, October 9, 2012

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Bull Durham (1988) We were listening to the “This I Believe“¬†show¬†on our local public radio station a few days ago — “This I Believe” is an international organization that gets people to discuss their core values, and is¬†based on the popular 1950s radio series of the same name, hosted by Edward R. Murrow. They have [...]

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Top 10 Pop-Culture Gender-Benders

Friday, October 5, 2012

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We’re not going to focus on the negative portrayals of transsexuality, like in PSYCHO and SILENCE OF THE¬†LAMBS and last year’s thankfully cancelled WORK IT television sitcom. And we’re not focusing on the history of¬†transitioning stories that takes us all the way back to the 1930s when an intersexed, Bohemia-born¬†Zdenka Koubkova¬†went from female running/jumping¬†champion¬†to male [...]

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Bar Refaeli Wants to Kickstart Her Sex Tape

Thursday, October 4, 2012

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Sure, you could send ten bucks to your neighbor who wants to make a business out of her macrame bondage gear… or you could just fund “aspiring model and actress” Bar Refaeli’s sex tape. Remember the nineties, when a sex tape was a good way to launch a career? These days it’s all about making [...]

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Playing Ukelele Can Save the World

Thursday, September 13, 2012

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Last week we saw Amanda Palmer perform live (and totally drunk-Tweeted her afterward, oops) — but right before the show, we saw her hubby, author Neil Gaiman, read a new, unpublished short story. (To seven hundred freakin’ people, holy shit — some of them queued all day to get a good seat!) Anyway, as a [...]

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Top 10 Sauciest Jokes from Phyllis Diller, RIP

Wednesday, August 22, 2012

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photo by Allan Warren via WikiCommons It’s been a bad week for successful creative types. And, unfortunately, the drama surrounding director Tony Scott’s demise has taken away some of the attention the passing on Monday of comedy genius Phyllis Diller deserves. New York Magazine has a wonderful ode to her groundbreaking career, putting it into [...]

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Top 10 American Sex Scandals

Tuesday, August 14, 2012

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Sex scandals are as American as (sticking your wiener in an) apple pie. (Or should we say your Anthony Weiner?) The really unforgettable scandals leave us with a particular phrase or image burned into our brains. We could be a hundred years old and senile and we will still be able to recall Lorena Bobbitt [...]

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Top 10 Movie Couples We Want to Double-Date

Thursday, July 12, 2012

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Double-dating is at least as hard as plain old dating. First of all, there’s two of them and two of you, which means there are four potential relationships to negotiate — you’re trying to find a couple with whom you have four-way chemistry. That’s Nobel-level stuff happening there. And then there’s the lack of sex [...]

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Great Music to Have Sex To: Patrick Watson

Tuesday, July 3, 2012

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photo via Flickr Or maybe we should say “great music to make love to” (if we actually used that terminology). It¬†definitely¬†works for making out to. Not frantic rip-off-each-others’-clothes sessions, but more deliberate, sensual interludes that last longer than an hour, the kind earnest teenagers in love engage in.¬†Patrick Watson, the Montreal-based band (fronted by singer-songwriter [...]

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The Final Word on Vajazzling?

Thursday, June 21, 2012

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photo via flickr When Jennifer Love Hewitt went on Conan recently, he asked her about vajazzling — the act of adorning one’s genitals with crystals — and she responded,¬†¬†”It makes you feel saucy, and I don’t know, it’s kind of fun to walk around and just think that nobody has any idea how shiny it [...]

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Top 10 Summer Movies to See (a Guess)

Friday, June 8, 2012

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Spider-who? Bat-who? Bourne-who? Forget the summer action blockbusters. This season we’re much more interested in the softer, sassier, saucier flicks. Instead of aliens, action and adventure, sex, love, family and friendship are the big themes with these movies. Women make up a majority of the lead roles (for a change). Most are indie. And for [...]

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