While I normally tend to post more sexy magazine spreads, Marion Cotillard’s new shoot for the July/August issue of WSJ magazine as part of her promotion efforts for The Dark Knight Rises is just stunning. I love her and thinks she is absolutely beautiful and a talented actress as well. I’m glad she is starting to do more American films and has risen to popularity more with her role in Inception.
The 36-year-old French actress looked amazing in a $16,000 Gucci gown for the Josh Olins shot front page while dishing about everything from her experiences at Paris runway shows to the impact of being a new mother. Continue reading →
With her new movie “Ted” set to hit theatres today, Mila Kunis promoted her film and revealed fun facts about herself in the August 2012 issue of Glamour magazine.
The 28-year-old actress looked stunning as usual in her Club Monaco shirt, Current/Elliott jeans, a Rag & Bone hat, Minor Obsessions star necklace, an Elisa Solomon Jewelry key necklace, a Cartier bracelet, and a Michael Kors ring for the Alexei Hay shot front page while chatting about her forays into online dating and her body changes for black swan. Continue reading →
We’ve all been there. Sitting by the phone waiting for a call, or as I suppose these days, a text. Hoping for some inkling from our new beau that he cares or is thinking of us. Dating can be fun but it is also very nerve wracking and not fit for the impatient. Sure it is entertaining to go out with different people, have a nice meal and some good conversations, and get to know people to see if there is a connection, but it gets old fast. What’s not so enjoyable about the dating world, however, is when you finally meet someone you like and there is all that time spent waiting. Waiting for the phone to ring, for a text to come, to find out if you are exclusive, for sex, for the discovery of the unknown about each other. It is why I prefer relationships to dating, the comfort level that you attain when with someone after a longer period of time is what I crave, not the anxiety riddled world of fear and rejection that is dating. Continue reading →
Lovely as always, Kelly Brook isn’t worried about fitting into some preconceived notion of what others consider beautiful. Finally there is a woman in Hollywood who isn’t obsessed with being super thin and actually wants some curves and shape. So many models are overly skinny and Kelly Brook is a great role model for young girls and believes in loving your body and being proud of your curves–and she has some great curves. Continue reading →
So this month’s issue of FHM features a girl I have not yet heard of–a rarity. Apparently she has been busy working on a new drama/thriller titled “Whispers” and Miss Keeley Hazell also has been selected to be the cover girl for the July 2012 issue of FHM magazine. Continue reading →
With her new movie “The Last Ride” making its way into theaters, Kaley Cuoco decided to promote her film and her sexy body by covering the July 2012 issue of Maxim Australia magazine. Continue reading →
Since achieving supermodel stardom by being Sports Illustrated’s Swimsuit Model of the Year, Kate Upton has been garnering a lot of publicity. Now she can even add the high fashion pages of Vogue Spain July 2012 to her wildly growing repertoire. Continue reading →
So I’ve been scouring the internet on my downtime at work in hopes of finding some salacious topic to pique my readers’ interests and actually am somewhat surprised and dissappointed at what comes up when I Google dating. I placed topics in dating into Google, hoping there would be a list of topics I could write about–things that are of interest to the masses regarding dating. Instead I find a myriad of articles pertaining to what to discuss and not discuss on a first date. I probe these articles, now curious as to what the self-help gurus of the web have to say about what’s acceptable and unacceptable fodder for an initial date. The findings are actually quite interesting. Continue reading →
I feel like I’ve written about this before but it’s a topic that comes to my mind again–whether or not sex really can be casual. I have always been notorious for falling for guys that I sleep with regardless of the quality of the sex, length of time knowing the person, and my attraction to the person. I definitely would not say I fall in love–that is reserved for special circumstances but I tend to become enamored with the person and want more than just that physical contact–I want hearts and flowers as EL James would say. I know that sex and love and relationships are all separate entities, especially for guys but am I so crazy for wanting something more than a hook up? I think my unconscious decision to want more with these men stems from some underlying sense of guilt I have for sleeping with a guy who hasn’t wined and dined me much or at all yet. It is this guilt that I am annoyed with. I shouldn’t feel ashamed of engaging in consensual safe sex but for some reason I do. Continue reading →