Monica Lewinsky became infamous for her affair with then-President Bill Clinton. So infamous that I, as a fifth grader, got sent home from school on Halloween because she inspired my costume.
Do you remember one of the biggest scandals ever in politics when a married President had an affair with his intern in the Oval Office? Well, now you can get the dirty details.
If "Fifty Shades of Grey" teaches us anything (other than that redundancy-filled fan fiction can get you on a best-seller list, so long as it's erotic), it's that men really love power.
Did you guys hear this one? Tony Blair is sticking up for his political pal, Bill Clinton in his new memoir, A Journey, attempting to justify the former President's infidelity. Blair, who calls Clinton "a great guy, a good president, and above all a friend," doesn't just praise Clinton's political prowess but dives into his juicy personal life as well, offering his take on what prompted good old, Bill to have that infamous affair with Miss Monica Lewinsky.
Man, I should’ve been a stripper. Diablo Cody, the Oscar-winning Juno screenwriter, popped into the news the other day after having given birth to a healthy baby boy. Along with attaining gobs of wealth, publishing success and Hollywood kudos, the former stripper is also happily married now with child. No longer are sex workers the downtrodden, drug-addled outcasts of yore, at least not the ones who can string a sentence together. Memoirs penned by former pole dancers and call girls flow through the publishing landscape like dollar bills at a Vegas strip joint. Since Xaviera Hollander’s Happy Hooker in the ‘70s, it seems everyone from Harvard post-docs to failed Hollywood starlets have slept their way onto the bestseller list, having picked the locks on their sex industry diaries for all the world to see. Years back, a woman named Jessica Cutler hit pay dirt with a fictionalized account of her years Monica Lewinsky-ing her way through
Workplace romances are hardly uncommon. After all, you're probably clocking in more hours at the office than at home. It's easy to develop close on-the-job relationships that can take a romantic turn. But what often starts as a titillating romp in the supply room can quickly turn into a train wreck, endangering your career and your future. Are you willing to chance it? If so, you're not alone. Celebrities, politicians and high powered executives have been known to risk everything for an on-the-job fling.
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According to SmarterSex.com, some people are also under the misconception that brushing your teeth after oral sex can prevents STD's. While we love a fresh mouth more than anyone, brushing can actually cause microscopic tears to form in your mouth, thus making bacteria transmission easier. If ever there was a reason to start flossing, this is it.