Rachel Uchitel, the most famous of the women Tiger Woods cheated on his wife with, has agreed to take it all off for Playboy, TMZ reports. Jumping on the bandwagon, another of Tiger's side pieces, porn actress Joslyn James, is blabbering that Rachel is a bit of a round-heeled woman, if you know what she means.
If you're a semi-attractive woman caught in a sex scandal, what do you do? Go to church? Apologize to your lover’s wife? Feel just a teeny bit remorseful? The correct answer is: pose for Playboy! And while May’s cover girl Ashley Dupre is the latest harlot to grace the magazine's glossy pages, she's hardly the first.
Almost as outrageous as the New York Post getting infamous call girl Ashley Dupré to pen an advice column about relationships is the move by BigThink.com to ask Eliot Spitzer to ruminate about love. Yet, after watching him in this video, we do find that he has something important to say. At times it is ironic (the "unique," "palpable" "exultation" of a new love/lust interest), while at others we find a Spitzer grappling with the sublime: "I have no illusion that I can ever get this piece of my life to fade significantly into the background." Below, the video and transcript.
The fine folks at the New York Post have either lost their minds or the dying newspaper business has forced them to get publicity any way they can. They've given Eliot Spitzer's former call-girl, Ashley Dupre, a sex and love advice column. What? Since when does helping many husbands cheat on their wives make someone an expert on how to keep love alive? The last advice Ashley dished out was probably to impressionable young girls who read People magazine, when she matter-of-factly explained last month that prostituting herself was no different than "...going on a date with someone you barely know and hooking up with them. The only difference is I can pay my rent."
A recent survey should put some women at ease, it turns out that guys don't mind your body being imperfect. In fact, many prefer it that way. Sure, they think it means you'll be less high maintenance but whatever. Unfortunately, Ashley Dupre (lately of the Eliot Spitzer scandal) believes that she deserves a second chance. Fair enough, she also thinks that many of her critics are hypocrites because they like nice things and have rich husbands. So, have fun dating with that news.
The New York Daily News' Rush and Molloy gossip column somehow found a previous Eliot Spitzer charge, Annie, and shook her down for intimate details of the affair. It turns out Spitzer was rough and aggressive during sex. wanted a scenario where I was supposed to say I had just been to a self-defense class. He was supposed to respond, 'Let's see if you learned anything. He would be aggressive. I would have to defend myself. When he arrived, he took off his jacket but kept on his shirt and tie. His demeanor was nice, but I don't remember any kissing or tenderness. He wanted to get on with the role-play," Annie told the paper. He also kept his socks on.
Hoo boy. The Daily Beast is surely getting a lot of web traffic mileage out of this one: If you haven't read it already, check out their personal essay, "My Sugar Daddy," written by a college student under the pseudonym 'Melissa Beech.' Young 'Melissa' is a college senior in Philadelphia who spent more than she earned waiting tables, which she found "exhausting." But then on a job interview with a communications professional, the man offered her a unique proposition: not to work in an office, but to sleep with him in exchange for gifts and money. He asked her to be his sugar baby. He offered me a monthly allowance, guaranteed a steady stream of desirable gifts, and promised regular vacations. He offered to send my friends and me on girls’ weekend getaways to spas and resorts. Other trips, he said, could be working vacations for the both of us, some fun mixed with some hands-on learning for me. And yet others could be just the two of us seeing the most amazing and beautiful places in the world. We discussed places we had both been and would like to share with each other. When he learned I had never been to London he was dying to have that experience with me. We're actually not as judgmental of sugar daddy relationship as one might expect. We think it's a stupid idea, but we also think people should be left to themselves to make their own choices about relationships. You just need to watch an episode of The Real Housewives of Orange County to see sugar daddies and sugar babies exist out in the open and perhaps some of them are actually happy until he trades her in for a younger model).
Tila Tequila is, evidently, on to bigger and better things. She's decided to concentrate on her real for-publicity love life rather than the contrived love life of a dating show. It was a good run. Who will fill her size 4 platform shoes? What miniskirt will she be wearing next?
Showtime's "Secret Diary of a Call Girl" is the fictional story of Belle, a high-class prostitute. The series, which ended on Monday (although if you have Showtime you can still get it from OnDemand), received mixed reviews. According to the New York Times, "the series disarms viewers with the flattering pretense that they are watching a witty social satire and not merely a soft-core romp." But over at Salon, Ondine Galsworth calls the show "well-crafted and witty." She goes on to say that, "though the show is sexy -- with plenty of unblinking bedroom romps -- it is also funny and perhaps even, dare we say it, informative, with juicy tidbits about a taboo and complicated life."
Damn, we mentioned that sh*t clownin', dog. How f*cked up is you? The New York Post is reporting that Ashley "You Me And" Dupre is on the way to reality TV stardom. No, make that super stardom. The plucky musician is reportedly working with Handprint Entertainment on figuring out just how to make it happen. Supposedly, the present plan is to pitch MTV a reality dating show not unlike the 1 with Tila Tequila. The twist is that this one will have Ashley Dupre and not Tila Tequila. So far, we like the premise. Dupre recently dropped her lawsuit against Joe Francis's Girls Gone Wild empire and she probably can't really turn tricks anymore, so it's reality TV or bust.
Christie Brinkley keeps on getting more and more divorce ammunition. She's already making the proceedings public and now we learn that Peter Cook paid his mistress $300k to keep quiet. He should settle like yesterday. On the bright side, his new girl likes him.
The guys over at Law & Order have ripped another case right from the headlines. They've decided to weigh in on New York politics and the Eliot Spitzer prostitution scandal. Well, the writer's strike seemed to have paid off. They might not have had time for that one if the season had gone as planned. Sliver linings.
There's been a lot of talk lately about what constitutes $4,000 sex. And the question that still seems to be haunting women—long after l'affaire Spitzer has fizzled—is: one diamond, two diamond, three diamond, four—what's so special about bedding a whore?After careful analysis, we've concluded: Not much. Which is why we've rounded up everything you need to unleash your inner hooker. Not that we're suggesting you turn tricks. (No, not even if you don't wind up getting a tax refund.) After all, we can all agree that men paying for prostitutes is so...last week.