No one has ever accused the news media of being nice (except when someone dies). But Lisa Marie Presley feels they were exceptionally rude in wondering aloud if she wasn't getting too pudgy. And possibly following in her late father's footsteps. Now they're getting sued. Which brings up the danger of asking if a big-bellied lady is pregnant.
Everyone knows that smoking while pregnant is probably not a good idea. But what about smoking while you're trying to conceive? An infertility group thinks it's a bad idea (for numerous reasons), so they're teaming up with No Smoking Day (March 12) to try and kick the habit and make some babies.
A study in Australia has revealed that many men do not know the harmful effects of obesity on erections. And their proposal for fighting fat is to show men that a little weight loss will help them in the bedroom. Sounds like a plan, it turns out that smoking foments ED also. So, healthy it up there, Charlie.
Sure they're not identical hand twins, but we're pretty sure that Silda Spitzer and Jennifer Anniston could pass for each other. We don't know if that'll ever be necessary but it's always a good option to have. We're not sure you'll be called upon to play Eliot Spitzer in a movie version of this but he'll probably be weasely.
It seems like e'rbody in Hollywood is having a baby. So, it's no real surprise that Kimora Lee Simmons is pregnant by her new boo Djimon Hounsou. But we didn't realize that Matt Damon was in the babymaking business. He and wife Luciana have their second one on the way. Good times for big stars.
It looks like it takes three to tango. Or the third time's the charm. Or if you want Sienna Miller to marry you, you have to ask her three times. So Rhys Ifans has done just that. He and Sienna Miller are engaged to be married over the summer in a small, intimate affair.
A recent study on sexuality in France shows that French women are becoming as sexual as French men. Their 'number' has more than doubled in the last 30 years and attitudes have become more liberal about sex. Men, on the other hand, have largely just stayed the course. Maybe a little ennui is involved.
It looks like Justin Timberlake is set to bring a Latin American sitcom to the US. Unfortunately, he's not going to star in this thing but is set to produce. We smell Emmy.
For the last two years, government legal teams in the UK have been putting into place plans for granting rights to cohabiting couples. The reins are now being pulled on that plan. The Law Commission seeks to gather more data and perform more research before pulling the trigger for real.
A recent study in Britain contends that a big part of sleeping problems for couples has to do with bad bedtime habits including bringing gadgets to bed. These gadgets (computers, BlackBerries, etc.) apparently make the bed a place for things other than sleep and intercourse. How about a trial separation of gadgets and the bed?