How’s Taylor Swift spending her Valentine’s Day no that she’s a single woman?
According to Cosmo South Africa’s February issue enjoying guilt-free one night stands and naughty new sex toys.
You saucy minx you!
OK, OK. So maybe not, but you have to admit the text on the cover is pretty racy for someone who still has a somewhat sweet and innocent image like Taylor.
Regardless, the country cutie still sizzles in a red metallic J. Mendel dress that once again brings extra attention to her cleavage.
What do U think about T-Swizzle’s cover???
[Image via Cosmo South Africa.]
Marriage is everyone‘s issue, because there are humans out there not getting equal rights reflected by the government (be it federal or state). If you love humanity, this is your issue.
Obama‘s inaugural speech yesterday blew us away, especially when he spoke about gay marriage in a way that filled the community with hope and pride. Unfortunately, the White House seems to be less adamant about granting a right that everyone should have.
If you don’t recall, the President said that:
“Our journey is not complete until our gay brothers and sisters are treated like anyone else under the law – for if we are truly created equal, then surely the love we commit to one another must be equal as well.”
Seeeeeriously, that’s amazeballs!
Enter White House Press Secretary Jay Carney, who is becoming the nation’s largest c*ckblock. Here’s what HE said when asked about it:
“The President’s position on this has been clear in terms of his personal views. He believes that individuals who love each other should not be barred from marriage. He talks about this not about religious sacraments, but civil marriage. And that continues to inform his beliefs. We have taken position on various efforts to restrict the rights of Americans, which he generally thinks is a bad idea.”
He echoed this again, later:
“As you know, and I can make it clear, the president’s personal view is that it’s wrong to prevent couples who are in loving, committed relationships and want to marry from doing so. The values that the President cares most deeply about are how we treat one another, and respect one another. For him, it just boils down to treating others the way that we would want to be treated ourselves and the President has made it absolutely clear that his views are about civil marriage, as I said, not religious sacraments.”
We can feel that we’re right on the cusp of some really great changes in this country. We just wish someone, like our President, would stand up and do something drastic to make sure that gay rights are recognized just as much as any other rights out there.
It’s disappointing to hear Jay talk like this, and it kinda puts a downer of a note on the President’s speech!
Equal rights for all!!
[Image via AP Images.]
We just luuurrrrve it when the fashion world stands up for the important stuff!
It’s not all about the clothes, y’all!
In light of the protests mounted following French president François Hollande’s gay-marriage act, which will allow gay couples to marry and adopt children, French Elle has released its own special issue supporting the controversial bill.
The cover features two female models dressed in white and embracing each other with a headline underneath that reads “Marriage for All.”
The magazine’s editorial director Valérie Toranian also wrote a lengthy editorial, saying in part:
“This debate is not primarily between old and modern, right and left, homophobes and progressives: there are gay, pro-marriage Catholics, left- and right-leaning psychologists fiercely attached to the symbolism of gender difference as a necessity for any potential child. There are feminists who advocate for IVF for lesbians, but who oppose surrogate mothers for gays because they denounce the commodification of women’s bodies.”
We just think it’s awesome that the mag is taking such a bold stance, which can be rare in fashion circles.
And we hope it helps spread the support for gay marriage in France!
[Image via Elle]
It may not be Vogue, but she definitely poses like it is!
Amy Adams looks every bit of a film noir screen siren on the cover of Citizen K’s Fall/Winter issue.
In the very Parisian spread, she wears lots of designers including new Saint Laurent Paris ensembles.
The mix of old Hollywood glam, complete with lace veils, and modernity comes across beautifully in this pretty lengthy spread.
And who doesn’t love a little side boob?!
Take a peek at the rest of it (below)!
[Image via Citizen K.]
Now this is what a December issue should always look like!!
Rita Ora scored a feature in British Vogue and she definitely knows how to werk a camera!
For her pics, the songstress vogues in the likes of Balmain, Philosophy di Alberta Ferretti, Roberto Cavalli, Marni, Giorgio Armani and Peter Pilotto.
But to make her Scott Trindle shots even more fabulous, Rita rocks Manolo Blahniks and fancy baubles from Juste un Clou, Cartier, Bex Box, Mawi and Lulu Frost.
Even if Rita did just have a nip slip, there’s no denying that when she’s fully clothed, she brings it!
[Image courtesy of Vogue UK.]
Elle magazine isn’t exaggerating when they call Jennifer Lawrence a bombshell. Just look at her!
The Hunger Games star sizzles on the cover of the December issue in a white as snow Balenciaga dress and lips redder than Rudolph’s nose.
The rest of the spread is equally as breathtaking as Jennifer poses seductively by the pool wearing a Dolce & Gabbana before taking the plunge in a Narciso Rodriguez silk dress.
In the other pics, J-Law remains Winter’s Bone dry in looks from Alaia and Stella McCartney.
Wet or dry Katniss Everdeen’s never looked hotter!
[Image via Elle.]