5 Reasons Raunchy Girls are Winning
Beyond the pervy slapstick, the new edgy woman can be a source of inspiration—pushing you to say what you think and go with your gut.
1 If you know what you want—a hot co-worker, your own cupcake shop, a good reason to wear a rather revealing dress—don’t ever apologise for going after it with balls-to-the-wall determination. When you’re happy, you don’t care if you’re being judged. 2 Been the victim of a stereotype that you’re too pretty or delicate to hold your own with your guy friends? A couple of foul jokes or rude gestures will help them get over their prissy misconceptions. 3 When it comes to your BFF, your stylist, and your gyno, brutally detailed honesty is the only way to go—they’re the last people on earth you want misunderstanding you in a crucial moment. 4 Come-ons don’t have to be subtle. Telling your boyfriend you want to “climb him like a tree” will most likely lead to faster, more satisfying results than surreptitiously exposing a bra strap and hoping he’ll notice. 5 Cheap flings, immature hissy fits, crippling hangovers... everyone indulges in them once in a while. Act embarrassed afterwards and you’ll come off like a sad sack. Laugh and the world laughs with you.
From left, clock-wise: Melissa Mccarthy plays a lusty badass in Bridesmaids; Vidya Balan as the in-your-face Silk Smitha in The Dirty Picture; Olivia Munn proves she’s one hot, smart geek in her best seller; Whitney Cummings and on-screen BF Chris D’elia in the stitcom, Whitney; Chelsea Handler’s tell-all tome; Kangna Ranaut plays a gutsy sgirl in Tanu Weds Manu; Cameron Diaz dons Daisy Dukes to raise cash for a boob job
in Bad Teacher