Celebrities React to #Ferguson Decision

After last night's grand jury decision not to indict police officer Darren Wilson, celebrities took to the blogosphere to voice their anger, disappointment, and words of hope. 

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Why We Need Reality TV—and PB&Js

Scorpios are often a misunderstood sign with a tendency to be brutally honest sometimes— kind of like reality TV. Sarah Dawud gives OTC her four golden rules on how to make reality TV your own reality, in only the best way possible. Everybody trash talks, sometimes. The first step is admitting it. 

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OTC At Escape Music Festival

Our music goddess Sade Spence and Co-EIC Rula Al-Nasrawi ran around Escape Music Festival last week on Governor's Island. Check out what we discovered here and here


The Debate On "Mom Friends"

"For those of you unfamiliar with the term “mom friend,” let me explain. A mom friend is a woman you have befriended either through a Zumba or kickboxing class or work or whatever, who happens to also be a mom. I’m talking about a full on mama bear who takes flower arrangement courses, may own a visor or two, and remembers Woodstock like it was yesterday." *Click here to read the full story. 


Pain is Beauty: Plastic Surgery in South Korea

Contestants of the 2013 Miss Korea Pageant.

Contestants of the 2013 Miss Korea Pageant.

"If beauty is in the eye of the beholder, the collective eye for Korea needs to put on some glasses. There seems to be one ideal form of beauty in Korea, and she  is the skinny, stick-like figure with no curves—save for the modest artificial C cup, perfect porcelain skin, wide-eyed, double-lidded, aegyo styled, high-nosed, v-line jawed girl. This face can literally be seen on every girl you meet in Gangnam, Seoul."

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The Making of "v-card: the movie"

Co-producers McLaughlin and Birdsall in Times Square.

Co-producers McLaughlin and Birdsall in Times Square.

 

Dillon Birdsall has never had sex, and it's something that has plagued him for years. It wasn't until after befriending Matthew McLaughlin in their Florida college when he decided to explore the concept of virginity further and take his virginity blues and make a movie. We talked to Birdsall about his upcoming documentary "V-Card The Film," and the process of making a film about that first time, whether it's been experienced yet or not. *Click here to read the whole story.