A rather oxymoronic article reported that lesbian and bisexual teens are more likely to get pregnant than heterosexuals. Based off 30,000 seventh to twelfth graders living in British Columbia during the years of 1992, 1998, and 2003 more heterosexuals reported pregnancies overall, but the lesbians and bisexuals got pregnant more often. Researchers think this is due to the bisexual and lesbian girls overcompensating for their same-sex attraction.
Ousted Danity Kane front gal, Aubrey O'Day, is sick of the guys, it appears. Perez Hilton says that she's dating a gal and is only slightly shady about it. What about Sean Combs, you ask? We guess they weren't dating. And that Donnie Wahlberg rumor also appears to be false. We just wonder what the hey-hey Jesse McCartney thinks of these shenanigans.
"I see an exciting adventure in your future, a new sexual experience that forever changes you," she said, tracing the sole of my foot with one soft fingertip. Her husband grinned at me from the bed. I sat half-naked in the overstuffed armchair and trembled with nerves. This is not how I'd imagined my first — or any — threesome. I'm not bisexual, and I can count the number of times I've been physically attracted to a woman on one hand, with two fingers left over. Yet here I was in a cute little southern California inn with a couple who have been married for 25 years, playing an adults-only computer game that would have us girls riding double before dinnertime.
Oh, oh Mexico. Guess we could have guessed that Los Cabos would become Mexico's hot spot of choice for the newly "outed" couple: Lindsay Lohan and girlfriend Samantha Ronson. No, no, Ronson didn't seem to spend the couple’s vacay beat-boxing at the mix table. Rather, the Entertainmentwise.com reports that the two were spotted frolicking in sea, hand-in-hand in boyshort bikinis, earlier this week. Wondering why Lohan left the country, just after confirming rumors that she and the DJ had been dating for quite sometime, on a U.S. radio interview? Us too
Yo! Lindsay Lohan has been through a lot lately. She had a career flameout, rehab, a crazy family of coattail hangers, and a new girlf. We have a feeling that things are really set to start humming for the former childhood star with babies and marriage being mentioned.
But we're talking truly non-traditional (not, I think I'm going to wear ivory instead of white *gasp* non-traditional). A new magazine, With This Ring, is gearing up to address brides and weddings of the gay, interracial, interfaith, and with-child types. And anyone else who feels a little out of the box when it comes to saying I do.
I'm so naive...I thought Alanis would play a song. Instead, I cringed through this smarmy "Alanis Morrisette Discusses Her Lesbian Days With Howard Stern" clip on Gawker. Howard hammers on about Alanis' hookups with women and tries to box her into easy-for-straight-folks-to-understand stereotypes, like when he asks, "What type of women were you attracted to? Ultra-femme? Or butch?" Alanis just laughs at him.
Del Martin (seated) and Phyllis Lyon were the first couple to wed under California's most recent same-sex marriage ruling, reports The San Francisco Chronicle. Martin, 87, and Lyon, 83, didn't waste any time. They wed at 5:01 pm last night, the first moments that the Supreme Court ruling took effect.
Attention, all ye who bemoan the nefarious "gay lifestyle"! A new study this week from the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden, shows the brain activity of straight men and lesbians, as well as gay men and women, are more similar to each other than to their same-gendered peers. In other words, Will and Grace may have had more in common than a weakness for hot men.
New research suggests that heterosexual women are equally turned on by men and women, reports The New York Times. It's not gender, says Dr. Meredith Chivers, but the degree of sensuality, in the new documentary, "Bi the Way." Researchers have spent more than 10 years trying to pinpoint arousal differences between straight, gay, and bisexual individuals. Whereas gay men tend to be aroused by same-sex imagery, women are aroused by both.