Lindsay Lohan’s Latest Sexy Photoshoot Features Threesome, Fire, Hot Girls

lindsay-exposed-muse-magazineLINDSAY LOHAN: First comes Marilyn Monroe, then comes Madonna, then comes araunchy new ménage à trois magazine photo shoot inspired by Kate Moss and Johnny Depp’s fiery relationship” for MUSE magazine. I actually thought at first the cover [right] might be a parody. I don’t like it, though it’s basically guaranteed a spot on next year’s Hot 100. I also thought that Lindsay was shooting a racy new ménage à trois magazine photo shoot for Purple Magazine with Terry Richardson this month, which further goes to show that Winter 2009 is Threesome Season. Also, the article claims Lindsay has been “linked to a string of men” since her breakup with Samantha Ronson WHICH CANNOT POSSIBLY BE TRUE BECAUSE LINDSAY + SAM = FOREVER END OF STORY.

“The three of them were very sensual and provocative, but Lindsay understands this piece was created not for any sensational value other than artistic integrity,” Yu Tsai said. “There was never a discussion about pushing the boundaries. She was totally comfortable with the nudity as long as it had artistic integrityWhen you see her nipple, it just happened in the moment. She was playing the role of Kate Moss — you’re at a party and you are with a guy you really love and another girl.” It’s a good thing LiLo is such a good actress and can pretend to be in love with someone other than her ONE TRUE LOVE.

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VENICE: First episode is UP UP UP! Queerty asks: What Soap Opera (and The Hills) Stereotypes Will Lez Series Venice Adopt?

GAGA: Shady lady: The truth about pop’s Lady Gaga. The reporter from the Times Online seems sort of aloof about spending time with our favorite human being. Clearly today’s theme is “no one understands our favorite bisexual lady idols but us.”

“Gaga insists on explaining the concept of her show, which is on the wildly original theme of evolution. “It’s part pop show, part performance art, part fashion installation. It came about because as an artist, as a writer, as a woman, I feel I’ve evolved so much.” But then she goes on: “My evolution is from the beginning of time, so I start as a cell [she shows me a costume like a geodesic dome], and then I become a vertebrate, and then I become a full animal, and there’s the birth of the economy, and trade and war, and then it’s the Apocalypse.” (@timesonline)

baxter07smileMEREDITH BAXTER: Ah yes, we cannot possibly have a good coming out story without its requisite companion piece, the “women coming out in mid-life” trend piece. Oprah did it like three times already this year, and now The Washington Post is cashing in:

“It’s extremely common,” “sexual identity researcher Lisa Diamond says. “The standard narrative that folks are used to hearing — if you have same-sex attraction, you got it when you were 9 and either acted on it or repressed it — is an oversimplification.”Some women will say, ‘I had attractions to friends over the years,’ but not necessarily interpret that as homosexuality.” When it finally dawns on those women, Diamond says, “It’s like, ‘Oh, my gosh, that’s what that is!'”

In fact, she says, sexual desire isn’t always the driving force for women moving from heterosexuality to homosexuality. “Later-life transitions are often tied to a strong emotional bond,” she says. Women may feel “I love my friend so much, it makes me wonder what’s the difference between this and romantic love.”

Groan.

LESBIANS LOVE SEA MAMMALS: The New York Times does a semi-fascinating profile on Ryan Seacrest [who’s “peculiar ambition and accomplishment is to be both everywhere and nowhere”] you might genuinely find moderately interesting. “He’s like a lifeguard, or a doorman, always present, never obtrusive.” (@nytimes style)

GIRL ‘ZINES: In her new book, Girl Zines: Making Media, Doing Feminism, feminist author and women and gender studies professor Alison Piepmeier tackles the historical significance of women and do-it-yourself publishing. Zines, Piepmeier explains, are much more than ’90s riot grrl staples. MUST OWN RIGHT NOW! (@afterellen)

SCRUNCHIE THIS: “Ron Livingston, who ruined Sex and the City for nearly a season by playing whiny Jack Berger, is suing an anonymous Wikipedia author who keeps updating Livingston’s stub to say he’s not only A Gay, but A Gay who is dating someone named Lee Dennison.” While I defo agree that we need some repercussion for anonymous online people who talk smack, this seems kinda REDIC, and besides, “courts have stopped ruling that being called gay — whether you are or are not — is defamation.” GAY MEANS HAPPY, PEOPLE, GAY MEANS HAPPY! (@queerty)

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  2. ooo! let me share my favorite quotes from that asshole who wrote the Times Online article about Gaga:

    “…and of course she claims to be a “performance artist” rather than a singer. Don’t they all?”
    (No. They don’t. They claim to be virgins though!)

    “She has to dye her hair, she explains, because otherwise she gets mistaken for Amy Winehouse, and I can see that — yes — with her long face and big schnozz there is a distinct resemblance.”
    (Real nice.)

    “‘What are visuals?’ I ask casually, and then regret it as she spends the next half-hour showing me designs for sets and costumes on her manager’s computer.”

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  4. True story, just this weekend I saw an ancient episode of Gladiators 2000, which is like American Gladiators only with kids. Ryan Seacrest was the host! He was wearing basketball shorts and white knee socks and a gold chain with a huge “G2” symbol on it. You’ve come a long way, baby.

  5. SamRo <3

    And I am SO TOTALLY in the same sitch as these two girls on Venice. I'm all liking her a lot, and she's all liking me too, but she can't be what I'd like her to me. Very bad with commitment and just wants to run free. I know she can't be that girl, and we're open about that. But I don't leave, I don't go, I'm just riding it out, knowing she'll be gone at some point, and hopping in her shower despite my feelings.

    Eh, I just did I whole lez-mush shpiel didn't I? Whoops.

    I MUST know what song that is in the opening scene.

  6. I think that maybe the woman who wrote that article on Lady Gaga does not understand the concept of “artistic integrity.” Maybe La Lohan should explain it to her. Also, who is this Lisa Diamond person, and why is she always popping up in these “all the ladies are turning gay!” trend pieces?

  7. Artistic integrity, shmartistic integrity. And VENICE! OMGOMGOMG KISSINGGGG YESSS! Look, America! Look what you’ve done to me. You’ve reduced me to begging out in the street for lesbian crumbs and celebrating a few scraps when I should be enjoying a thick juicy female filet.

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