Edie Weinstein is ready to don her red shoes for a good cause along with hundreds of spike heeled men. Oh, and she’ll shave her legs for the occasion.
Adam Dyer on the greatest dancer you don’t know by name.
In 1962, when Marilyn Monroe was queen, Ina Chadwick could never keep her union-leader father’s attention—until she picked up a .22-caliber rifle.
Julia Newman wants men to fight for body diversity, because it will enrich their sex lives too.
s.e.smith of xoJane discusses the tragic irony of romanticizing celebrity addiction.
Shrines to dead celebrities have come a long way since the standard gravestone. Lawrence Benner explains how these days, nobody wants to be the witless mourner who just carves some platitude on a stone.
THE VASECTOMY FILES: A Film by Jonathan Stack
The former Miss Palm Springs and RKO film siren Mamie Van Doren talks to Donald D’Haene about what fires her up, her leftward political drift, and being an enduring sex symbol.
Donald D’Haene has spent much of his life proving he can do anything that girls can.
Arthur Miller penned “Death of a Salesman” and married Marilyn Monroe, so why doesn’t anyone know about his novel?
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I like Marilyn Monroe. But not enough for a picture of her to be the only art on the walls
Noah Brand tells of his greatest professional failure, explaining his theory of The Success Myth, and introducing the idea of the female gaze.
Ken Rapoza fights the urge to shower his daughters with gifts, lest they become incurable shopaholics.