Is this the lifestyle advice you wanted to share, Michelle First Lady guest-edits website that also features sex tips from prostitutes
21:25 GMT, 22 August 2012
As the guest editor of iVillage, Michelle Obama has been sharing fitness and lifestyle tips over the past week.
But First Lady fans who are new to the site may be shocked to notice some of the other, more sexually explicit content, running alongside her commentary on family life and workout routines.
Among the articles currently on the iVillage site are a series of sex tips from prostitutes and a list of 'naughty' smartphone apps that are 'digital turn-ons', CNSNews.com points out.
Content clash: Michelle Obama is guest-editing iVillage.com this week, which has sexually explicit articles alongside her words on lifestyle and fitness
Though none of the sex-related articles are by Mrs Obama herself, the title of Guest Editor implies that she would have control over the site's editorial content.
Articles such as 'How To Have A One-Night-Stand', and '8 Subtle Ways To Give Him the Hint to Head “South”' are unlikely to have been on her agenda though.
Mrs Obama is sharing details about her lifestyle, family and fitness routine on iVillage this week.
The site, which describes itself as a community for women, is publishing a new video interview with the First Lady every day.
In one, published on Tuesday, she admits that she does not shy away from discussing difficult subjects with her two daughter, Malia, 14, and Sasha, 11.
Risqu: Among the articles currently on iVillage are a series of sex tips from prostitutes and a list of 'naughty' smartphone apps that are 'digital turn-ons'
She said: 'We discuss all the time – we talk about drugs, we talk about sex, we
talk about smoking – we talk about it all.
'We've had all the talks
there are to have.'
Among the other details that Mrs Obama has revealed about her life this week are how she goes to the gym as early as 4.30am to fit in a workout, her fast food weaknesses, and today she revealed why the President really quit smoking.
She tells the site that it was their daughters that inspired him to kick the habit, because 'he didn't want to look his girls in the eye and tell them that they shouldn't do something that he was still doing.'