The war hero’s real injury was a less intimate matter.
But here’s why you absolutely should.
The magazine touts Gadot as a former Miss Israel, a soldier in the IDF, and a “real-life badass.”
Lizzy Caplan shares a few bedroom secrets while chatting up her starring role in Showtime’s ‘Masters of Sex.’ They involve pets and threesomes, but that’s all we’ll say.
British comedian Russell Brand was banned from the GQ Men of the Year Awards after-party after he made a quip about Hugo Boss’ past as tailor to the Nazi Party.
Poor Drake. Apparently, the Canadian rapper is so wrapped up in his creative process that he doesn’t have time for sex.
Yesterday Joseph Gordon-Levitt — the kid from “Third Rock from the Sun” who has matured into adult stardom with films like “Inception“and his own open source production company — wrote a rebuttal to a recent GQ profile of him. “I’m writing this because I have a problem with what their article says about my brother,” he said on his Tumblr site. “I’ll be honest, it really made me feel terrible.”
I, too, thought “uh-oh” when I saw the now infamous “Glee” photo shoot in GQ — see our earlier, related post here — nodding my head in agreement to the chorus of critiques deeming it sexist and even pornographic. But then I remembered what I used to dress like in my early 20s and realized that perhaps I had been too quick to judge. Fine, I never wore underwear as pants while suggestively sucking on a lollipop like Lea Michele does in the photo shoot, but you could certainly say that my wardrobe as a married woman is considerably more modest that many of the Friday night get-ups I used to wear in my early 20s.