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Saturday
Sep102011

Her top keeps falling down! Does anyone have a safety pin? 


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Marketa knows she's sexy and she knows how to flaunt her stuff!

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Thursday
Sep082011

We love French manicures, navel rings and gold booty shorts! We're only human!

Wednesday
Sep072011

Just how horny are Miamians? How often do they do it? With whom do they do it? 


Three months ago, Miami New Times set out to answer those penetrating questions. We conducted a poll that drew more than 2,000 participants. Then we interviewed a porn-star-cum-CNN-correspondent, visited an "executive motel," and scoped out the top spots for outdoor sex.

Our key findings: Miamians are either the horniest, sluttiest lot on the planet or one heck of a boastful bunch. First a caveat — 85 percent of the respondents were under 42 years of age, and two-thirds were male. More than half were Latino.

Of the 2,033 respondents, almost half, 43 percent, have been involved in a threesome. Almost a quarter of them claim more than 30 sexual partners, two-thirds have done it with a complete stranger, and a quarter have hired a prostitute. Nearly two-thirds said they have sex at least twice a week, and about 70 percent think about it "many times throughout the day."

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Wednesday
Sep072011

Key to successful aging in women: one drink a day?



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When women consider having a daily glass of wine for nutritional benefits, many have correctly seen alcohol as a double-edged sword: It can protect them from heart disease at the cost of raising their risk of breast cancer. But does drinking moderately provide a net benefit or risk?

Harvard researchers asked that question in an ongoing study involving nearly 14,000 nurses and found that women who imbibe one to two alcoholic beverages daily are more likely to age successfully -- free of cancer, chronic disease, physical disability, and cognitive impairment -- than those who drank more heavily or didn’t drink at all.

“The beneficial effects of successful aging overrides the risks of developing breast cancer,” said study author Qi Sun, a nutrition epidemiologist at Brigham and Women’s Hospital.

The study, published yesterday in the journal PLoS Medicine, asked healthy women in their late 50s about their drinking habits and followed them for more than a decade to see how well they had aged by the time they hit 70.

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Wednesday
Sep072011

Celebrity outfits held together with a string and a prayer 

Wednesday
Sep072011

Ashton is also in our September issue and she gives Thea a run for her money (2 Pics)



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Tuesday
Sep062011

Love, Sex and Bickering in the Movies


VENICE — With 10 English-language films in competition out of a total of 22 (with one “surprise film” that had still not been announced), many of them with star-studded casts, this year’s Venice film festival began to look like not just a competition for the Venice awards but an early airing of several productions and performances with Oscar-winning potential.

Following hard on the heels of George Clooney’s festival opener, “The Ides of March,” was Roman Polanski’s film “Carnage,” an adaptation of Yasmina Reza’s French stage play “Le Dieu du Carnage,” which, after its debut in Zurich in 2006, was a hit in Paris, London and on Broadway.

The director himself did not appear in Venice to attend the premiere; attempts to extradite him to the United States on charges that he had sex with an underage girl in 1978 continue. But Ms. Reza, who co-wrote the screenplay with Mr. Polanski, was here, as were three of the film’s four protagonists: Kate Winslet and Christoph Waltz, who play a financial hotshot and her lawyer husband, who specializes in defending pharmaceutical companies, and John C. Reilly and Jodie Foster who portray, respectively, a cheerful philistine salesman of household fittings and a neurotic, politically correct bookstore employee who is writing a book about Darfur.

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Sunday
Sep042011

Warning: This girl may cause harmful interference in your current relationship! (3 Pics)

Saturday
Sep032011

Colmbiana proves that Luc Besson has a type … women with big guns


Luc Besson sure likes him some strong womanhood. The new revenger's action movie Colombiana, which he produced and co-wrote, stars Zoe Saldana and calls to mind a string of vengeful, tough, smart women in his back catalogue: La Femme Nikita, Natalie Portman in Leon, Joan of Arc in The Messenger, and the bankrobbers of Bandidas. I'm just guessing, but I think Luc Besson has a type. And her name is Lady Vengeance.

After watching Colombiana I'm inclined to ask: who can blame him? Like every Besson movie, Colombiana is ridiculous, inch-deep, critic-proof and just a ton of superkinetic fun. I began to think that maybe vengeance (in this case, on the drug lord who killed Lady's father) is a lot more fun and a lot less depressing when a woman is seeking it.

Think of some classic male vengeance movies. Death Wish and Straw Dogs – misogynistic hits from that heyday of anti-feminist backlash, the early-70s – they endlessly gnaw and worry at issues of masculinity and impotence, with added penis-substitute artillery, and the purgative satisfactions deriving from orgasmic explosions of violence. More recently, Death Sentence with Kevin Bacon chose to dive head-first into extreme bloodshed while, simultaneously, chronicling the protagonist's mental collapse.

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Friday
Sep022011

Victoria's Secret is missing an angel (5 Pics)



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