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22 Celebrities Who Make My Fireworks Go Off

22 Celebrities Who Make My Fireworks Go Off

Since I’m positive that we’ve now formed a judgment-free, impenetrable trust circle, I feel comfortable admitting that I’m too terrified to ever handle fireworks (I also am very fond of all ten of my fingers, so there’s that). That’s why my favorite kind of celebrity is the kind who is so smokin’ hot that they could literally set a firework off. Here are the 22 celebrities who make my fireworks go off. Is that a sexual euphemism or do I literally carry around fireworks and ask random celebrities to set them off for me? No one really knows for sure. More »

An Interview With Issa Rae, Creator And Star Of The Misadventures Of Awkward Black Girl

An Interview With Issa Rae, Creator And Star Of The Misadventures Of Awkward Black Girl

The Misadventures Of Awkward Black Girl is a charming web series that shows what it’s like to be among that underrepresented demographic of women who happen to be both awkward and black. Conceived by writer/actress Issa Rae as a way to provide a good part for herself as well as fill a gap she saw in entertainment programming, it’s one of the few shows I’ve seen in which race is neither the primary focal point (think Tyler Perry movies) nor invisible. With a new season bankrolled by Pharrell Williams‘ new Youtube channel iamOTHER and an increasing amount of media attention, Awkward Black Girl is on the rise. I recently chatted with Issa Rae about everything she has going on right now. More »

Am I Right Ladies? Qoops, I Just Qreamed Myself

Am I Right Ladies? Qoops, I Just Qreamed Myself

Time to toss the rosé, girls—there’s a new pink drink in town, and she came to party. It’s called Qream, it comes in the femme-friendly flavors of Strawberry and Peach, and even though it’s a Créme liqueur, it’s 95% lactose-free and low-cal!! THE FUTURE IS NOW. It might seem a little strange that the name of this milky-looking alcohol ditches a more traditional “C” for the “Q,” but I say You Go Qirl—we’ve got enough C-words in this world already, amirightladies? More »