Chastity in the sporting world
Katie Hinderer | 06 September 2012
Tim Tebow is the type of sports figure we should admire. Forget the ones living with celebrity-models. Tebow’s the real deal.
Where is the respect for other relationships?
Tamara Rajakariar | 04 April 2012
I think people these days forget to think before they act.
The drama of lying for a good
Katie Hinderer | 20 February 2012
The trouble, as with many programs today, is that the show glorifies bad actions that lead to good results.
The end of a 72-day marriage
Katie Hinderer | 03 November 2011
I wish celebrities that wanted to play around with things in such a public spectacle would leave marriage out of it. To have this serious personal commitment between two people debased to such an extent that it is only about feelings is a shame.
H8R – Are celebrities the same on screen and in person?
Katie Hinderer | 23 October 2011
H8R is meant to bring celebrities, many of them stars on reality TV shows, in close personal contact with regular people who hate them. The show is meant to be about judging a person before knowing them, but to me it’s a lot about living two lives.
Kim Kardashian’s wedding and the expectation of a princess-style wedding
Katie Hinderer | 18 October 2011
While I watched the wedding unfold I couldn’t help but think this has disaster written all over it. Disaster for the couple but more so disaster for the average girl who watches the ceremony and suddenly has wedding aspirations of princess proportions.
Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher’s pending divorce and our need to know
Katie Hinderer | 05 October 2011
Staring in The Pursuit of Happyness or Just Married doesn’t mean their personal lives should be so shamefully broadcast to the whole world. And it doesn’t give us the right to pry into their business.
Branding clothing and celebrity endorsements
Katie Hinderer | 05 September 2011
Last week, the celebrity gossip sites were all abuzz with the news that Abercrombie
and Fitch had asked The Situation to stop wearing its clothing.
Contributing to Charlie Sheen’s success
Katie Hinderer | 01 April 2011
what I don’t get is why we are feeding into Charlie Sheen's insanity, telling him through our little actions that it is ok for him to continue acting like this.
Celebrities are people too
Katie Hinderer | 27 July 2010
These unsolicited letters and commentary on celebrities mistakes is a common trend in the blogging and writing world. The shame is that these writers pen such posts without any respect for the person they are speaking of. Afterall, celebrities are people too.
What happened to mystery?
Katie Hinderer | 26 July 2010
celebrities aren’t allowed to live private lives thanks to professional and amateur paparazzi as well as their need to promote themselves as a brand. How true! And unfortunately it’s not only celebrities that lack mystery. It’s everyone these days.
New York Fashion Week,
Freedom of speech,
hook up culture,