Ada Calhoun Doesn't Stack Up Against Susan Seligson

In this coming Sunday's Book Review, none other than Babble headmistress Ada Calhoun got the enviable task of reviewing Susan Seligson's memoir Stacked, which we earlier wondered was an accurate description of her frontal assets. Anyway, Ada gets right to the point:

When I think about breasts—and as a DD-endowed editor of sex and parenting magazines currently breast-feeding a baby, that's quite often—I think about 'lactivist' organizations like La Leche League, dopey enterprises like 'Girls Gone Wild,' sublime celebrities like Dolly Parton and the blog-traffic-boosting potential of the red-carpet 'nip slip.'
Maybe she just wanted the assignment as an excuse to discuss her own rack?

Earlier: Is 'Stacked' Author Susan Seligson Padding Her, Uh, Resum