WATCH: Braxton Family Values – Season 2.5 Episode 2

The Braxtons are back! …well, kinda.

It’s the 6-week sneak peak of what’s going on in the ladies lives as we get set for ‘Tamar & Vince,’ the spin off show.

This week we see the pair interview surrogate moms since Tamar insists on ‘dropping it like it’s hot’ everywhere she goes in the near future. Also, Trina makes some really big life changes regarding her solo career, her marriage, and that guy she had the ‘oral transaction’ with. Get into it! Continue Reading

MUST SEE: 100 Orgasms A Day? Yep, It's Possible

Could you imagine yourself having 200 orgasms in 48 hours? In case you care to know, here’s a word from Kim Ramsey, a 44-year-old nurse who says it’s no easy road:

“Other women wonder how to have an orgasm — I wonder how to stop mine,” she told The Sun. Ramsey was diagnosed with Persistent Genital Arousal Disorder (PGAD), and doctors blamed it on spinal cysts that developed after she fell down some stairs about 10 years ago.

She first had problems with continuous orgasms after having sex with a new boyfriend in 2008. “I had constant orgasms for four days. I thought I was going mad. It also happened with a new partner and I even tried sitting on frozen peas.”

Read More: Kim Ramsey, 44, Plagued By 100 Orgasms A Day

Damn near anything is a trigger for people with PGAD. One woman says “things like music with heavy bass, vibrations from riding a train or an idle car, cold air, musky cologne, darkness, stress, scary movies, romantic movies, unexpected touch, a full bladder” all bring on the orgasm.

This is probably T.M.I. but 3 or 4 in one day is enough for me. I pray to God this never happens to anybody who doesn’t want it, in Jesus name.

What are your thoughts on PGAD?

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Tyra Banks Blames ANTM Winners For Their Unsuccessful Careers

I’ve always been one to say that if you want something done right you have to do it yourself. So…

In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter former supermodel (who just so happens to STILL be fierce) Tyra Banks says it’s not her fault the winners of America’s Next Top Model aren’t successful.

Tyra says:

I don’t double dip, for ethical reasons. At one point, I was thinking about managing one of the girls, but I think that’s unethical. Do you choose the one you think you will make the most money off of or the girl who you feel like deserves it the most? When a girl wins, it’s up to her to work with the modeling agency she’s partnering with. A lot of girls, some of them just want the crown. It’s disheartening, like, “I just won and I’m about to go back to my hometown and get a boyfriend and get me a baby.” But this is not a pageant. Others are hungry to work and do get jobs, mostly internationally. This is a global business. On American Idol, the guy or girl wins and their song is played on the radio around the world, whereas on Top Model, the girl may win and then book Spanish Elle or Japanese Vogue or South African Harper’s Bazaar. These are huge magazines, but they are regional, so it’s difficult to feel her success.

Read More: Tyra Banks Talks ‘Top Model’ Changes & Past Winner’s Stale Careers

Do you agree with Tyra’s reasoning?

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