Blake, who is currently filming season three of Gossip Girl, has been dating her co-star Penn Badgley for two years.
He admits in the November issue of Men's Health magazine that mixing business and pleasure can get messy.
Apparently, sexy on social media equals incompetence on the job. "Not really, given existing research that's out there" on sexualization of women in mass media, said the researcher and assistant psychology professor at the University of Colorado in Colorado Springs.
But the same research hadn't been done on social media.
'Having a relationship with someone you work with might not always be the smartest move,' he said.'But it's been wonderful to be in a relationship where we can both identify with what the other is experiencing.' Also at the charity ball last night were actress Jennifer Hudson and Leonardo Di Caprio's ex, model Bar Refaeli.
All three played it safe in black gowns, but Refaeli's dress had a plunging neckline and chiffon scarves off the neckline.
follows the adventures of movie star Vincent Chase (Adrian Grenier) and the circle of friends he brings with him to Hollywood when embarking on his career.
These include his wannabe actor brother Johnny "Drama" Chase (Kevin Dillon), his streetwise friend and manager E (Kevin Connolly) and friend "Turtle" (Jerry Ferrara) who now serves as his assistant.
When Blake Lively arrived in a short, sexy dress at a charity ball last night, she must have been delighted with her understated and elegant look.
But the Gossip Girl actress fell foul of the bright lights on the red carpet which showed up a collection of strange blotchy marks on her chest.
Blake is said to have become firm friends with the former Spice Girl-turned-designer and Posh is rumoured to be filming a cameo role in Gossip Girl this week.
The actress has already worn Beckham's designs on the show, so it was no suprise she chose the designer's dress for the Angel Ball for The Gabrielle's Angel Foundation for cancer research, in New York.
Now, those sexualized photographs that she posted to Instagram or Facebook are hard to erase and may impact her employability."There's also the need, Daniels said, for a cultural shift, away from a "really narrow focus" on women's sexuality toward "who women are as people and what they are doing in the world."The study, from Oregon State University, was published Monday in the journal Psychology of Popular Media Culture.