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After another example of offensive and frustrating conduct from US police, Los Angeles police are investigating whether there was misconduct in the Sept. 11 detainment and handcuffing of Daniele Watts, an actress known for her role in “Django Unchained”.   Watts was stopped after someone reported her and her partner, chef Brian James Lucas, kissing in their car. After refusing to show her ID, Watts was handcuffed, allegedly causing her wrist to bleed.   In his account of the event, Lucas said it was clear that police...
Pop princess Miley Cyrus, the queen of shock value and twerking, is turning heads in the art world too. The starlet, adorned in a cigarette, Slinkie and air-freshener covered necklace, debuted her art collection “Dirty Hippie” this past Wednesday at Jeremy Scott’s show during New York Fashion Week.  After a tough year that included losing her beloved dog Floyd, Miley threw herself into a different kind of creative project. As any of her followers know, she's been making her own jewelry and compulsively posting picures of...
You may remember how a week or so ago we were nerding out all over the place about the beautiful reality of getting to spend 10 consecutive days at NY's Film Society watching every little thing that filth king John Waters has made to date. Well, it's all over now, and while we didn't exactly plant butts in seats for all 10 days (turns out 65th street is REALLY far from Brooklyn) we did see, and experience, some pretty choice events. Out of the entire list...
Lena Dunham shares a lot about herself with the world, both on TV and social media. Her revealing and candid essays, many of which have been published in The New Yorker, lay everything out on the table for the nation to scrutinize. And Dunham literally bares all in her hit HBO show Girls, which is going into its fourth season. Her candor makes some uncomfortable as her naked body makes many appearances. But Dunham isn’t finished. Her upcoming book Not That Kind of Girl is the...
Planned Parenthood is now offering online birth control consultations in Washington state and Minnesota, making access to birth control that much easier. The online and mobile app consultations, which will be held via video chat, will cost $45 and last 15 minutes. As of now, consultations can only be used to get prescriptions for birth control, but STI consultations will be available in October. In many cases, the prescribed birth control or medication can be sent directly to the patients via mail-order. The project, which launched last week,...