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Kris Jenner Defends Giving 14-Yr-Old Kim Kardashian Birth Control

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What a controversial topic!

As soon as the bombshell dropped, Kardashian fans (and haterz) were polarized!

Did Kris Jenner do the right thing in giving her 14-year-old daughter birth control? Or should she have worked harder to ensure Kim Kardashian's abstinence??

Before you make up your mind, press PLAY and listen to her defense (above)!


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George Clooney Gives Up The Bottle

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It must be hard to say no to all that free booze!

George Clooney has decided to give up the bottle and admitted he hasn't had any alcohol since New Year's Eve!

While he hasn't gone completely cold turkey, he admits that he's enjoying life without alcohol, stating:

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Barbara And Bristol Talk Sex! And Yes, It's Just As Uncomfy As You Think It Will Be!

Oh man. This is almost as awkward as Kathy Griffin's "Astroglide" encounter with her!

Bristol Palin made an appearance on The View this morning to discuss her new book, blah blah blah, and as you can see for yourself, it appears that Miz Barbara Walters could not stop asking the reality starlet/teen mom about her sex life with Levi Johnston!

Check out the cringe-worthy interview (above)!

Gah! It's like your grandmother trying to give you the abstinence talk!

This almost makes us feel bad for Bristol!

But then again, she loves talking about getting sperminated, and she handles herself in this interview better than her mother has in any EVER, so at least she's got THAT going for her! Ha!

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Parents Television Council NOT Happy About Glee's 'Sexy' Episode

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Parents Council calls Sexy Glee episode appalling

We asked what U thought about Tuesday night's episode of Glee earlier, but here's what the Parents Television Council thought:

"From the beginning of the episode, it was pretty clear the gist of it was going to be that abstinence is off the table and we're going to make the celibacy club look like the nerds convention essentially. There was very little doubt — despite the sort of lip service the show gave to responsible sexual activity — that the gist of the show was lap dances with students is cool, the celibacy club is not, and when it's presented in that way, it really cheapens whatever discussion there is about consequence and responsibility."

So…they loved it? Ha!

They are actually calling the episode "appalling" and were not a fan of Gwyneth Paltrow's risque teaching techniques, saying:

"If you had a real-life instance of that, I think it's fair to say the teacher involved would no longer be a teacher, but somehow it's acceptable for a fictional teacher to do this. Again, this is a real problem. Real-world teachers don't lap dance with their students."

Dan Isett, the group's director of public policy, says the show is sending mixed messages, explaining:

"I'm sure if you were to talk to Fox or [creator] Ryan Murphy, they would say they're trying to present an honest portrayal, and that it makes it easier for kids to talk to their parents about these issues, and all of that is certainly commendable. But at the same time, the show is based on making sexual content look cool. That's why it's a popular show.”

It sure is! So popular that 11.96 million people tuned in to watch it!

Are these parents overreacting or did Glee cross the line Tuesday night?

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Students & Kate Walsh Protest Bristol Palin!

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And their voices have been heard loud and clear.

When the Student Health Advisory Committee of Washington University was granted $20,000 in funding to book a panel of speakers for their students, the group decided they would blow the whole kit and caboodle on one person: Bristol Palin, the voice of reason.

You’ll recall that Bristol is the Teen Abstinence Ambassador for the Candie’s Foundation and she’s often touring around the country, unsuccessfully urging teens to learn from her mistake decisions. This decision to include her in the panel ignited backlash almost instantaneously from students who didn’t feel like their money was being spent wisely. During one protest, students carried around signs that read. “Can I get paid for an accident too?”

Then, word reached Private Practice star Kate Walsh, who is an active member of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America and she took to her Twitter to urge W.U. students to protest even harder! She tweeted:

“Welcome to the Idiocracy! RT @elliekirsh: @katewalsh please join students at Wash.U. to boycott Bristol Palin's speech on abstinence. What does she know about college or abstaining?”

So now, after all the hullabaloo, the school issues a statement announcing Bristol was officially uninvited to the school’s function. The statement the school issued reads:

"The student group that invited Bristol Palin to come to Washington University in St. Louis has mutually agreed with her not to proceed with a contract regarding Palin’s participation in a panel discussion at Washington University on Feb. 7. Because of the growing controversy among undergraduates over the decision to pay for her talk with student-generated funds, the Student Health Advisory Committee and Palin decided that the message that they intended on sharing would be overshadowed by controversy.”

You’d think she’d be used to that by now, Her whole life has been overshadowed by controversy.

So now, Kate, you aggravated the situation – are U going to go to the school and talk about your program at all?

[Image via WENN.]

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