"Some" say Camille Grammer is going to release an incriminating sex tape. This is all very confusing. Sure, she may want to humiliate a cheating ex, but wouldn't she...humiliate herself in the process?
Yesterday I attended the premiere of the documentary Exxxit: Life After Porn. I learned some disturbing things about what it's like to have sex on camera — and to stop.
An Australian filmmaker is organizing a mass virginity auction and filming it as a documentary. Selling virginity, of course, is nothing new — what is new is pretending such sales are ideologically interesting.
Fearful of going the betrayed-Sandra route, some women turn to a "professional honey-pot." Who, obviously, tells all to the tabloids!
A few minutes ago on The View, Barbara Walters revealed that she had a conversation with Rielle Hunter this morning, and that Hunter found the sexy photos of herself in GQ "repulsive." So, um, why did she pose for them?
There's a lot in Rielle Hunter's GQ interviewto be disturbed by: her pet name for John Edwards, the photographs she posed for, and her claim that "he's very honest and truthful." Perhaps most bizarre, however, is Hunter's take on relationships.
The next time you're hooking up with an Italian stallion, check for cameras: Secretly recording sex with your partner isn't illegal, the Italian supreme court just ruled. Some 49-year-old guy who'd taped his girlfriend without her knowledge has been acquitted. Maybe some women will be prompted to give shady boyfriends…