Dove's social experiment proves that our insecurities as women are often skin-deep. An expert delves into how your self-esteem impacts the health of your relationships.
Traditionally, advertising on a billboard was the way to go to get your message out to the masses. But now, a new and unique way of branding is on the rise, using the human body as a billboard.
You can get married to a pair of Brooklyn baristas for their companionship and perfectly poured lattes. The bean-grinders, Michael Newton and Johanna Hickey, only need a cool $25K to wife or husband up any of their customers. The java-slingers have a caveat (and I'm paraphrasing): "none of that, you know, sex stuff."
From the "Christmas Cheer Has Gotten Out Of Hand" Files: Canadian lingerie company La Senza introduced the Cup Size Choir just in time for the holidays this week. The choir is comprised of models showcasing bra sizes from A to G flirtatiously piping out Deck the Halls while lying on white mattresses. Is this cute or creepy?
Super Bowl XLIV is just around the corner and suddenly memories of Janet Jackson's Super Bowl nipple slip and Prince's phallic guitar posturing seem like good old-fashioned American entertainment. This year the great Super Bowl ads race has turned political in a heated face-off of right- and left-wing media.