10 Things You May Have Missed On TV This Week

In this week's compilation of pop culture crap, we learn Coco's measurements, discover that vaginas come in different shapes and realize that Billy Bush is — surprise! — kind of an asshole. More »

Summer Shoes & The War On Women's Feet

Even if you aren't a stiletto enthusiast, there's a good chance your shoes are leaving you with foot pain and blisters. A growing number of products aim to treat these female foot issues, but it seems that few have considered the easiest option: Making more comfortable shoes. More »

The Green Lantern Is A Colossal Waste Of A Perfectly Hot Dude

Ryan Reynolds is hot. In the best possible way: Chiseled of face. Ripped and muscled in physique. In addition to being funny, charming and witty. Hot. Unfortunately, he is currently starring in the steaming piece of crap called Green Lantern. Why would they waste a perfectly hot guy like that? More »

The Complete Guide To Stupid Sexual Harassment Defense Arguments

Recently Lisa Beauchamp sued her employer, the Teamsters Local 150 in Sacramento, for sexual harassment after a union official said not-sexy sex things to her, touched her inappropriately, and traded massages with a group of "office party girls" during workplace functions. A jury found for Beauchamp, but dang-she lost on a legal technicality. Now the Teamsters' lawyer is saying dumb things ... as lawyers involved in these cases sometimes do. More »

The "Scary Dad" Phenomenon

Malia Obama turns thirteen next month, meaning our President will officially be the father of a teenager. He doesn't seem too worried: of his girls, he says, "I have men with guns that surround them often." And thus Obama joins the ranks of the Scary Dad. More »

My Best Guy Friend Became My Best Girlfriend

My friend Juno and I both need to pee. Bad. As the movie credits roll, we shuffle out of the darkened theatre and book it to the restrooms. The men's entrance is on the left, women's on the right. This is the moment when we split and pivot towards our respective labels, like we've done at the countless bars and pit-stops that have peppered our eight-year friendship. But not tonight. For the first time, we go through the same door together. More »

The Real Housewives Lawsuit Index

Perhaps they are targeted because of their newfound fame, or because they're just so fabulous that bitches are just jealous. But in reviewing all of the lawsuits-over 60 of them!-against several cast members of The Real Housewives franchise, a common theme seems to be that these people simply don't like to pay their bills. More »

Men Increasingly Aware Of Their Ball-Stink

More men are turning to personal grooming products to deal with a rarely-discussed problem concerning their netherregions. But don't worry: Because they're dudes — and not delicate ladies — there are products that actually call the stink what it is. More »

The Time Michele Bachmann Thought She'd Been Kidnapped By Lesbians

Michele Bachmann is a true believer, and she's not an idiot. Also, she once freaked out in a bathroom because an ex-nun and a lesbian were trying to talk to her. More »

How To Travel With Your Friends (And Remain Friends Afterwards)

A summer jaunt with your friends can be a source of beautiful memories - or an expensive deathmarch of awkwardness and acrimony. Here's how to make sure it's the former. More »

Toddlers & Tiaras: This Is What You Get When You Raise Entitled Children

For last night's premiere of the fourth season of Toddlers & Tiaras, the series' breakout stars-Eden Wood and Makenzie-were set up to go head-to-head in an '80s-themed pageant, with lots of hoopla leading up to the actual event. The girls (ages 6 and 5, respectively) were flown out to L.A. to appear on Entertainment Tonight, and throughout the episode, they were each shown how their lives have changed now that they've been "discovered" and are on their paths to fame. More »

How To Make A Pair Of White Short-Shorts

Okay, so your shorts don't have to be white. You could make them blue, red, yellow, teal, cerulean, seafoam, hyacinth, striped, spotted, dip-dyed, appliquéd with your home-made N*Sync fan art, or printed with a mosaic of stills from Rebecca Black's "Friday." Mine just happen to be white, because something about white shorts says "summer" to me. Like white wine, white weddings, and white-cresting waves. This is a moderately challenging project that you can finish in about an afternoon. Even if you've never set a fly before. Promise. More »

Weiner's Last Stand Marked By Smart-Ass Hecklers

No one could quite understand why Anthony Weiner needed another interlude on television to say what everyone already knew: He is resigning from his Congressional seat. More »

This Week In Tabloids: Suri's $100,000 Treehouse Has Electricity & Shag Carpeting

Welcome back to Midweek Madness. Every Wednesday, we hang out with our seriously romantic boyfriends, aka gossip mags Ok!, Us, Star, In Touch and Life & Style. This week: Suri Cruise's $100,000 tree house has shag carpeting and running water; Brad's birthday present for Angelina involved flying to the Midwest, renting a vintage convertible and playing a mixtape he made; and Rihanna and Chris Brown are secretly "reconnecting." More »

Here Is James Franco's First Try At Fashion Photography

Actor, director, Yale Ph.D. candidate, University of Houston Ph.D. enrollee, Oscar nominee, Oscars co-host, author, phone-thrower, General Hospital star, commencement speaker, master craftsman, licensed pilot, and apprentice cordwainer James Franco, B.A., M.F.A., D.D.S., J.D., 007, R.N., C.P.A., and M.B.A. (hons.) has added another professional accomplishment to his modest repertoire of pursuits: fashion photographer. More »

How Gwyneth Paltrow Shamed A Man Into Losing 40 Lbs.

As you may know, Ross Mathews, the late night TV comedian from Chelsea Lately (also known as Intern Ross from The Tonight Show with Jay Leno), lost 40 lbs. And Gwyneth Paltrow had a hand in motivating him. More »

Could Teen Mom Make People Pro-Choice?

Teen Mom and 16 and Pregnant may be making audiences more pro-choice. But these real-life public service announcements come with a cost. More »