Here's popular culture for you:
While everyone considers Demi to be the O.G. cougar, she doesn't see it that way.
"I'm certainly not the first person to be in a relationship with a younger man, but somehow I was plucked out as a bit of a poster girl," she says. "I don't know why that is. But I just kind of step back sometimes and say, 'There is some reason, and what is it that I have to share in a positive way?' I'd prefer to be called a puma."
("Puma" is already used to describe women in their 30s who go for younger men, so 47-year-old Demi doesn't really fall into that category. But she thinks "she came up with the new designation," so maybe it's best to let her go on believing that?)
Now about her 31-year-old husband. She loves him. A lot.
The predator language is quite revealing. What are men called who go for younger women?
And the sidebar on the linked page shows a woman who is Dressed All Wrong! Under the heading "Fashion Police":
The explanation to the pic:
Poor Eva is a mess from head to skirt at the New York City premiere of her latest flick.
So what's the problem here? It's fun to laugh at famous people, is it not?
Sure. But these really are the predominant stories on many fashion blogs: Celebrities with bad breasts or silicone breasts, celebrities with anorexia or fat bellies, celebrities with poor clothing choices or bad cosmetic surgery. Almost everything there could be said about any woman, at least by someone nasty, and that's why this is not only about laughing at stars but also about defining acceptable limits for how women look and act. And my cursory overview suggests that the "acceptable" really consists of tightrope walking.