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What are some of your stories? In a new interview, actor Billy Porter has opened up about the abuse he suffered at the hands of his stepfather when he was a child and how it still impacts his life today. The out actor and singer, who holds an Emmy, Grammy, and Tony awards, told People that his stepfather began abusing him after they spoke about the birds and the bees.

Porter said his stepfather abused him a least twice a week for five years. Because it was loving, it was nurturing, it was confusing. It was what I needed; it was the illusion of care, of a big, strong man caring for me. In the final season of Pose, Porter's character Pray Tell revealed an origin story that seemed inspired by Porter's own experiences.

Musical theater became a saving grace for Porter when he was younger. Porter said he started therapy at 25 and started back during the pandemic. Porter married his longtime partner Adam Smith, 40, in He said that he still struggles with his past. But we're growing together and healing together. It's a lot of hard work. Let me say, it's worth it. He told the magazine that his life is now about service, especially in embracing his Black queer identity.

How does my art affect the world and make it a better place? Here she is at least twenty pounds overweight and and crawling all over Jimmy Fallon's desk. She then says "I love James Baldwin" and acts like Baldwin is some obscure writer and Fallon could not possibly know who he is. Great piece in The Atlantic explains the whole reverse supply chain, why Amazon has stopped asking people to send many returns back, why stores don't just donate returned goods like winter coats and smart phones, what the actual costs of a return are and why Zappos is to blame for all of it.

Friends centers on buddies who become a chosen family; The Office is about all the crazy people you deal with at work. The characters in Seinfeld, by contrast, come off as a bit older and set in their ways — well-aware of how terrible they are. Jerry Seinfeld is playing a version of himself as a midlevel standup comic with a Peter Pan complex; in one episode, he drugged a woman he was dating to play with her vintage toy collection. His ex-girlfriend Elaine Benes Julia Louis-Dreyfus at one point tries to find out from a grieving widower if she can get his rent-controlled apartment.

And hipster eccentric Cosmo Kramer Michael Richards caused a riot by accidentally setting a Puerto Rican flag on fire and stomping it out. NBC had to apologize for that episode.

I remember laughing at a lot of those storylines when they originally aired. But it's also some pretty pathological behavior, especially in episodes that don't gel particularly well. Which leads to the next point Seinfeld actually debuted with an episode called "The Seinfeld Chronicles.

Elaine wasn't a part of the episode, Kramer was called Kessler, and Alexander was doing a painfully obvious Woody Allen impersonation through most of his scenes. That episode and the four that followed it were pretty uneven; I'd suggest new viewers start with the second season to avoid the clunkers. Seinfeld also kicked off the trend of setting a popular sitcom in a wildly diverse city, then relegating characters of color to the periphery of every storyline.

Nonwhite characters delivered take-out, or were put-upon bosses, clueless attorneys or old guys with a side hustle moving cars from one side of the street to the other to help residents satisfy alternate parking rules. What they were not, were major characters with ongoing presence throughout the series run. But somehow, at least to me, it looks even worse on Seinfeld. Add in episodes that have weird notes about race — like the Puerto Rican flag story — and you have a series shouldering a sometimes fitful relationship with characters of color.

As some others have pointed out on social media, many of the show's convoluted storylines wouldn't even work in a world with cellphones. In the show's finale, Jerry and George give Elaine a hard time for calling a friend to ask about her father's health on a cellphone while walking outside.

That seems like a quaint concern now — when some people get offended if you make a voice call at all. Episodes are sprinkled with jokes about old film stars and pop culture, and while some fashions in the show were forward-looking, there's also a lot of mom jeans and big shouldered-jackets floating around.

Kramer was one of my favorite TV characters, until Michael Richards atomized his career by yelling the n-word repeatedly at Black patrons who were heckling him at a comedy club. Now, it's difficult for me to enjoy his performances, even though Richards has apologized several times and said he was "busted up" by the incident. I know a lot of people never had a good relationship with their parents but my mom and dad were my friends and we spent a lot of time together.

They have both died and I feel like I'll never have the kind of close relationship with other people that I had with them. Hearing about this situation over the past two weeks, I was confused: given the political repression in Belarus, I figured it was totally understandable that people were escaping the country and trying to get into neighboring countries like Poland which is drifting into repression itself, but nothing like Belarus.

So I was thinking those countries should just let them in, especially since the people seeking to leave Belarus are likely to be disproportionately young and educated, and easy to integrate even in the unlikely event that they stayed. It's only now since the media seem to have studiously avoided mentioning origin that I've realized that the migrants in question are actually the typical mix of Afghans, Syrians, Somalis etc. My question is: how the FUCK did these migrants get to Belarus -- which is a landlocked county in the middle of Eastern Europe -- in the first place?

Anyone know? After two team kicks, they started filming him from behind. Truly, sorry. With the new season starting -- season 38 -- its time to start a new thread to discuss the daily Jeopardy episodes.

Share your opinion of the various contestants. Did you get Final Jeopardy correct? What about the Daily Doubles? So for those us who are NOT interesting in sports, what are we suppose to watch?

It is ridiculous that ALL four networks are just airing sports coverage. What happened to counter-programming? That phrase gets thrown around so much lately for anyone anybody dislikes. I'm trying to understand the actual meaning better and thought a movie would help. Evidently schools no longer teach grammar because bad grammar seems to be the norm these days.

We used to hear it every now and then. Now you hear it every day. Even Judge Judy, who used to scream at people's bad grammar and then correct them, no longer does that. I wonder what gets on other people's nerves when they hear it? For me it is, "I seen" and "tooken" as in, he tooken it with him. What gets on YOUR nerves?

The musician, who is 70, appeared on BBC Breakfast with his Genesis band members to promote the group's reunion tour, and Collins said his son, Nic Collins, will be drumming with the band going forward.

As for not drumming, Collins said, "I'd love to but you know, I mean, I can barely hold a stick with this hand. So there are certain physical things that get in the way. He admitted that he'd love to be up there playing with his son, saying, "I'm kind of physically challenged a bit which is very frustrating because I'd love to be playing up there with my son.

When this upcoming tour, delayed because of the coronavirus pandemic, ends, Collins isn't sure if he'll be touring any longer. Collins had had a series of fractures over the years and in underwent back surgery which left him with nerve damage.

In he fell, which resulted in him using a cane to assist with walking. Setting: Doria, Harry, Markle, Merchie and Lilibucks sitting around in the Monteshitto compound while the three with phones were scrolling, scrolling unaware what about was to appear on the phone screen with staff mingling in the background Doria: Oh Gold as Kate in her golden splendorous gown appeared Doria is surprised, but calm Harry: Oh Wow! Markle: Oh Wow? And then Markle without the usual security around her when she is outside walked and walked as far as she could through the garden saying she needed to meditate.

And then continuing to the edge of the compound until she was alone and let out a primal scream. I don't think anyone's mentioned this. Audible released a podcast a couple weeks ago about the case. AYR Media, founded by veteran producer and development executive Aliza Rosen, is producing eight-part series The Murder of Robert Wone as part of its overall deal with the audio service.

The series, which launches on September 23, is narrated by writer and true crime junkie H. Alan Scott and executive produced by Rosen. Three men in white bathrobes — prominent D. Their visitor for the evening, a close friend named Robert Wone — who is straight, newly married and not part of the aforementioned relationship — lies stabbed to death in their guest bedroom.

A knife, allegedly used to kill Wone, is on the nightstand. The bedsheets beneath him are bizarrely clean. All three robe-clad residents claim an intruder broke into their townhouse, took one of their kitchen knives, went upstairs, stabbed Wone to death, and then ran off without stealing any valuables from Wone or their home.

The investigation that follows sparks questions of sexual assault and uncovers evidence of BDSM. We look forward to bringing it to Audible. She is the showrunner of Dear White People!

New for today, Froy takes his first steps into the world of the insta beauty blogger. Brand new photos and video today promoting Fenty Skin as they celebrate Hispanic Heritage month.

This is something that has been happening a lot with sites that I visited a lot. Nothing lasts forever and eventually this website is going to go offline too. As much as this place aggravates me, it is certainly the website that I have visited most over the past 15 years. I think its an awesome song and the perfect clap back. Maybe its a generational thing however because the kids on Reddit seem to hate it.

Since the previous thread has been paywalled, here is a new one for the upcoming season which is about to start. In a couple of weeks, Junior Grand Prix will also start with 2 back to back events in Courchevel, France. I think of all the time Arnold Schwarznegger must have spent pumping iron in the gym and now I look at his emaciated body and think, "Is it worth it?

John Travolta admits that he had Sylvester Stallone train him to get a better body. Now I look at Travolta and I think, "Is it worth it? He added: "It's never too late to experience new things. Shatner will become the oldest person to go to space. He'll join three others - two of them paying customers - aboard a Blue Origin capsule.

He'll wind up being the second actor to reach space this month: Russia is launching an actress and a film director to the International Space Station on Tuesday for almost two weeks of moviemaking.

Shatner's flight, by comparison, will last just 10 minutes and reach no higher than about 66 miles kilometers. The capsule will parachute back to the desert floor, not far from where it took off. Virgin Galactic carried founder Richard Branson to the edge of space with five others in July, followed nine days later by Bezos' space hop.

Elon Musk's SpaceX, meanwhile, launched its first private crew last month - a Pennsylvania entrepreneur who bought the three-day flight and took along two contest winners and a cancer survivor. Virgin Galactic's ship launches from an airplane and requires two pilots. Blue Origin and SpaceX's capsules are fully automated, but the passengers must pass medical screenings and, among other things, be able to quickly climb several flights of steps at the launch tower to get to the capsule - or out of it in an emergency.

Bezos was on the debut flight on July He took along his brother, an year-old from the Netherlands and year-old aviation pioneer Wally Funk - the youngest and oldest to fly in space. Shatner will break that upper threshold by eight years. I'm taking the opportunity to see it for myself. Shatner played the role of the USS Starship Enterprise's commander for three seasons, from to He also portrayed Captain James T.

Kirk in seven movies, directing one of them. Also launching with Shatner: a former NASA engineer who founded a nanosatellite company and the co-founder of a software company specializing in clinical research. The two took part in the auction for a seat on the first flight. A fourth seat on the flight is going to Blue Origin's vice president of mission and flight operations, who used to work for NASA as a space station flight controller.

A Blue Origin spokeswoman said Shatner, like the others, met all the company's health and physical requirements. Last week, more than 20 current and former Blue Origin employees accused the Kent, Washington-based company of having a toxic work environment and not adhering to proper safety protocols. Blue Origin said it doesn't tolerate harassment or discrimination and stood by its safety record. Bezos' company is also challenging a NASA contract award to SpaceX for providing a lunar lander that will return astronauts to the moon in a few years.

Blue Origin was unsuccessful in its bid for the job. On a 1st class, 6 hour flight a family with 3 children sat in front of and adjacent to my seat. The youngest breast fed off and on the entire flight. Mom had her boob hanging out for 6 hours. It wouldn't have been as exasperating as it was if only the child didn't make constant, loud, slurp, slobber and suckle noises while it fed.

All of them were a pain in the ass, getting up and down, talking across the aisles, changing diapers, and slurping. Dad was continuously moving about the cabin hauling the toddler to mom's boob and making a BIG scene out of the whole production. The year-old ABC News anchor. Suave and handsome. Is very good at his job. Equally good about remaining in his glass closet. Only, according to one former employee of the entertainment and media news site TheWrap, it really happened.

They said Waxman—who was a foreign correspondent, a New York Times columnist, a Pulitzer Prize nominee, and a feared Hollywood reporter before starting TheWrap in —has driven out one staffer after another and left current employees looking for their exits.

A majority of the former employees who spoke with The Daily Beast had left the company within the past two years. It was really demoralizing and degrading. Those who spoke with The Daily Beast alleged that Waxman has often had screaming outbursts at employees, engaged in demeaning behavior, and berated employees for dealing with family emergencies during work hours, including threatening one staffer for working from home to care for their injured child.

Is only 6 weeks away! I cannot wait! Any other NFL fans here? What are you excited about? When I was a senior in high school, I worked at a supermarket. I was particularly helpful to one customer, and he actually wrote down his number on his receipt and gave it to me!

My heart was beating out of my chest because I was one of the only out gays at my school and the other ones were really faggy bottoms so I had no interest in them. I did call him but we never actually got together because I was too chicken.

When you were younger, did an older man ever express interest in you? Who was it and what did he say or do? She remembers a nun who would come to her class every day to choose a student to help her with Mass. She was looking for a victim. After which she would put me on her knees to make me read the gospel according to Saint Paul or another saint, while she squeezed me with one hand to her chest and pulled down my panties with the other hand.

We were of course in pleated skirts and not in pants. It terrified me and paralyzed. The result, she says, was catastrophic. How dare you say such things? In fact, her parents had told the nuns that she was being sent to boarding school because she needed to be tamed.

The abuse lasted the whole year. While 80 percent of the victims were young boys between the ages of 10 and 13, many young girls were abused as well, and not only by priests. Nuns used crucifixes to rape little girls or forced boys to have sex with them, too. The commission spent nearly three years combing through complaints and press reports and interviewing victims going back to the s.

Of the 3, abusers identified by the commission, two-thirds are priests. They found that priests and nuns alone abused around , children, but that the number climbs to , when they counted abuse at the hands of non-clergy who worked in Catholic schools and other institutions. The report only covers minors; the authors, who include scholars, psychologists, and law enforcement officials, say there could be many young men and women over the age of 18 who were also victims.

Olivier Savignac was another of those victims. He wanted to believe the priest in his home parish in France was a devout man. Calling ourselves the "Pride Community" has such positivity and inclusiveness. Would you switch? Maybe Queen Mary who tried to sabotage Part I will be back to bump this along. Everyone's welcome! In , after her debut solo single "Mad About You became a huge hit and she was doing endorsement deals with shampoo and sneakers companies, she signed a movie deal with Touchstone yet never made a film.

The camera loved her so I wonder why she didn't appear in films besides her bit in Swing Shift. Gay-hating Trumpster Deplorable Defacto finally signed one of his posts on his batch of bumping threads from today, R on the linked thread. District Judge Lucy Koh, a Korean American nominee for an appeals court judgeship, in which he described stereotypes about Korean people. Circuit Court of Appeals. The comments prompted backlash from many on social media who accused Grassley of invoking the model minority stereotype.

I wasn't interested in this at all but my husband wanted to watch and now I am obsessed. Funny, sweet, and lots of shirtless dudes. Jason Sudekis' Ted Lasso is such a kind smart character. All the supporting characters are fantastic and the character Roy played by Brett Goldstein pretty much doesn't own a shirt and is hot as fuck. The horrifying moment a woman pushed a commuter into the path of an oncoming train at the Times Square subway station on Monday morning was captured by surveillance camera.

The victim, a year-old woman, was shoved from the platform and into the train as it approached the station in what is believed to be an unprovoked attack. The suspect — who remains at large — instigated her attack just hours before a man shot himself in the leg in that same subway station. Video shows the woman sitting on a bench and, as the train comes into view around 8. She then flees the scene. Police taped off the portion of the platform where the incident occurred and continuing to search for the suspect.

She is described as being in her 20s or 30s and was last seen wearing black sneakers, beige pants, a black sweater and a multicolored scarf. I don't mean to sound like a crass material-craving American, but for over a year now everything we need for our house is either "out of stock" or months in the making.

The refrigerator ordered in December, made in the U. Home Depot, the king of shitty, poorly made crap shows nearly every item online as "unavailable for pick-up or delivery". Just this morning I was trying to order some cheap ass replacement cushions for my patio sofa and two chairs.

Just normal crap you would want to pick up in the summertime. It's all "out of stock" or "unavailable". Whole Foods, constantly out of this or that. Out local WF has really gone to shit. Nasty bathrooms, increasingly empty shelves. Recently tried to order some basic Hanes tees that I wear under my shirts for work.

I ordered from two websites. Both came back a week later, refunded my order and told me they were "unavailable". Is this all due to a global supply chain issue or has something greatly shifted that they aren't telling us?

People started buying more during COVID, but it's been over a fucking year now and things aren't normal. I went to the grocery store and they had a display of chocolate cakes and I bought one. I mean, I have fuckin' diabetes for fuck's sake! I haven't had a cake with frosting in probably 5 years!

I got that cake home and I ate the whole thing standing over the sink throughout the day!!! I didn't even cut myself a slice! I just used a fork and chipped away at it every time i entered the kitchen! Anyone familiar with this program from the 80s for learning French? I remember it being on TV as a child in the late 80s early 90s, around the time I started being really curious about languages.

Found it years later and the word is that it is one of the best programs for learning French. I'm currently making my way through it now, not super strictly, just casually watching an episode a day to see how I go. I definitely can see that if you rewatch the episodes a number of times you should get at least a good passive understanding. I'm surprised by how much I get as it is, considering they speak at a natural speed. The tone of it is very funny too, like silly, but purposefully, and not so much that it becomes cringeworthy like a lot of language programs.

I'm finding it endearing, to be honest. Only up to episode 12, so we'll see how we go. I just don't understand it. Why is this such a big thing in straight porn? It's made it's way too into gay porn.

Do the people who get turned on by it identify with the cuck watching, or with the "real man" fucking the wife or gay husband , or with the wife or gay husband being fucked? Pride flags, which were created to promote unity, are being called political and divisive in some schools across the country.

A recent example: An Oregon school board on Tuesday banned educators from displaying the flags. Students at a high school near Jacksonville, Florida, were accused several weeks ago of harassing classmates in a Gay Straight Alliance club and stomping on pride flags. And in August, pride symbols were targeted at a high school near Dallas, where rainbow stickers were ordered to be scraped off classroom doors. Does anyone have any stories that they'd like to share about weird stuff going on on or near tribal lands maybe even in Canada.

Dexter star Michael C. What did Hall say about embracing his own sexual fluidity, playing LGBTQ roles, and not quite fitting into the heterosexual box? I am on it. But he said beyond that, he also craved more from men offstage than what fit into some heteronormative boxes. When TikTok star Pierre Amaury Crespeau and his boyfriend Nick Champa get to Italy this year, they have one big goal, to do what other TikTokers before them have done: recreate a pivotal love scene from the Pixar film Luca.

We have to do that. Both men eschew gay labels; they consider themselves to be fluid in all aspects, including their sexuality. Both were aspiring actors, which is why you can easily imagine them performing Luca scenes — in Italy, France where Boo is from , upstate New York Champa hails from Syracuse , or any of the places this globetrotting couple loves to visit.

So, these two monster things…turn into boys in a gay relationship. Then they actually embraced them. Boo and Champa began their social media presence a year after they met by posting about their relationship on Instagram. Their audience skyrocketed.

But when they first met, Boo, now 30, admits he was a bit guarded about starting a relationship. I want to commit to each other. I want to be with you. So they did, a month after they first met. They had already negotiated the intimate details of their modern relationship.

And part of that commitment is sexual exclusivity. Although critics from across the political spectrum remain, the bill garnered overwhelming support in the Legislature and was signed into law by Gov. Gavin Newsom, who had vetoed a nearly identical measure last year. At that time, he called for a revised and completed state curriculum guide for ethnic studies — one that would be, he said, balanced, fair and "inclusive of all communities. The revised teaching guide was completed and approved in March by the state Board of Education.

The requirement would first apply to those who graduate in A news release from his office predicted ethnic studies will "help expand educational opportunities in schools, teach students about the diverse communities that comprise California and boost academic engagement and attainment for students. Medina called the new requirement "long overdue" and "one step in the long struggle for equal education for all students. Ethnic studies in California classrooms will move forward as a compromise between advocates who wanted an activist, anti-imperialist approach and those who asserted that the first version of the state teaching guide was filled with radical ideology, obscure academic jargon and bias against capitalism.

Alterations toned down these elements and also added the experiences of Jewish, Armenian and Sikh communities in the U. With the issue seemingly settled at the state level, debate could now move to schools and school districts — and become entangled in a volatile political divide over critical race theory and the extent to which it is incorporated in the state's ethnic studies curriculum.

School boards must hold public hearings on the courses they plan to offer. Critical race theory was first developed at the university level as an academic lens through which to analyze how race and racism are enmeshed in institutional and systemic inequities in America. A footnote in the state's ethnic studies teaching guide states that critical race theory "acknowledges that racism is embedded within systems and institutions. Critical race theory is rarely mentioned in the teaching guide, but critic Williamson M.

Evers said the overall model curriculum is "permeated" with content that makes it "racially divisive and burdened by faddish ideology. Students "must understand our nation's full history if we expect them to one day build a more just society.

Individual school districts will have the task of developing courses using the state's teaching guide, which is called a "model curriculum. Students in Glendale, with its large Armenian American population, for example, could study the Armenian immigrant experience in that community.

Even though it ended sadly. That leaves me with some questions like he clearly was a A lister but truly how big was he to anyone that may remember or have knowledge? Would he be like Leo, or Brad Pittt today or bigger? I find it fascinating he fooled basically the entire country in thinking he was straight.

Not only did he fool everyone he seemed to be a hornball too. The city says it will instead provide those students with accelerated learning within mixed-ability classrooms. Can anyone tell me why this is one of the most popular albums of the 70's and the appeal of Peter Frampton is? The subpoenas — the first issued by the select committee — compel the four to produce sought-after documents relevant to the deadly attack by Oct.

I'm a little obsessed with this woman at the moment. Her name is Carole Feraci and she's the Canadian-born "oobie doobie" girl her description who took the opportunity at the group's White House performance celebrating Readers' Digest's 50th anniversary to unfold a banner and give a very brief, measured denunciation of the Vietnam War.

The group immediately launches into "Ma, he's making eyes at me," after which someone not Nixon yells "Throw her out! Her voice is so measured and calm. Whether it was from conviction or from 'ludes or valium, the tone and rhythm of her voice is perfect for the message she was sending and the crowd gathered.

I want to hear more of her, but she was basically shut out of the industry after this and I can only find a couple of articles and interviews about her.

I first saw this clip on the music documentary currently streaming on Apple and had to learn more. I think she died in I'll post a couple of links below in case anyone else finds this incident and this woman as fascinating as I do. As unbelievable as it is, for someone who has watched a lot of horror like I have, last week was the first time I'd ever seen either of these films. They both came out before I was born, but that's not really an excuse, I know. I always thought I wouldn't like Friday the 13th to be honest.

The obnoxious teens at camp trope seemed so uninteresting to me. I enjoy a slasher, but I find unlikable teens behaving in unbelievably horrible ways really annoying to watch.

I saw the remake back in the day and assumed the original would be like that. And I actually liked it! I mean, it's a B movie, but I can see why people would've enjoyed it back in the day, a good popcorn flick in fact, I had some while watching it.

I was interested in watching it particularly as one of the movies that started all the tropes and I found it really interesting in that way for a number of reasons. Firstly, the teens aren't that obnoxious! Reminded me a lot more of how my friends and I were. Too often I think these movies, because they cast 30 year olds in the teen roles, get the actors to do some pretty unteenlike things. I mean, yeah teens can be awful, but not exactly in the way a lot of these movies show.

I actually was surprised Annie died early on, I expected her to be Final Girl. Kevin Bacon and his girlfriend have sex and it's totally a nice scene of a couple together, rather than the weird, almost abusive way these scenes are usually shown. I thought the strip Monopoly scene was much closer to how kids behave during those games than the highly sexual way it would normally be shown.

And the effects by Tom Savini - there were some really good ones. I thought Annie's throat slashing was great, how it didn't bleed for a moment. The spear through Kevin Bacon's neck was done so well, as was the axe in the face. I also thought the actress playing Mrs Voorhees did a great job with a part that could so easily have been hokey and over the top.

I actually thought she showed an effective menace. It's not all amazing, I mean, I didn't find the characters particularly memorable, for example. The Final Girl part goes on too long, and the overall feeling of the movie is that it's a bit dull.

But overall, a perfectly serviceable film, I thought. Then, knowing about the 'raft scene' and wanting to see it, I decided to watch The Burning. First thing I see is 'Miramax' and I think "ugh", but of course it's silly to hold every Miramax picture hostage by the actions of Weinstein. Then, imagine my surprise when I see that he wrote it! And after watching it, I mean, maybe it's with hindsight now, but some of the scenes of the way the boys treat the girls made me think: "is this forshadowing?

Seriously, the dude comes across more and more like someone who was a bullied nerd who grew up to take all his frustrations out by abusing his power. But here's the weird thing. You couldn't pick who would die at any one time and who would survive. I feel like I got to know the group of them better, in this movie. It's a slower movie to get to the kills, but I didn't mind that so much.

It still had a drawn out ending, but all up, good horror night fun. I totally picked that Todd was at the original camp, but I assumed he was meant to be the boy with the glasses, because they focused on his randomly in the prologue. As an aside, I've been going through a lot of early slashers lately, and there is a LOT of male ass in them.

Like, I'm not complaining, I'm just surprised. A move that is being hailed as progress for equality and acceptance of same Sex relationships. John Whaite, a former winning contestant from a television cookery show will be partnered with a make professor dancer. And that the house that Barbara Walters and Hugh Downs built is doing hard hitting and topical shows to launch their Fall season on of all topics the Chippendales Dancers?

But that salacious murder was just the start of dirty dealing and killings to plague the organization. I have a new colleague who is quite exhausting. I was friendly with her at first, because I'm friendly with everyone, but it quickly became clear she combines the worst traits of a one-upper and Debbie Downer. Any conversation with her descends into a tale of woe. Have a cold? She survived cancer! End-of-the-month money trouble?

She lost her ancestral home after her parents died! Couldn't sleep? I get she is 1 probably lonely and 2 unaware of how off-putting her behavior is. Still, I dread interacting with her. How do you deal with people like this? I can avoid her as much as possible, but that's not always an option. My take: really enjoyable. More like the Bonds of old. Much lighter than than previous maudlin Craig excursions.

Not perfect: Anna de Armas and Rami Malek underused. He especially needed an additional action and motivation scene. But everyone is terrific with what they're given to do. Dibs to the child actor too. Beautifully photographed and fantastic production design.

Watching a CGI blockbuster and then watching this is like night and day. It makes one realise what we've missed: it looks REAL because the huge sets are real. In a letter obtained by ABC News, Bannon's lawyers said that until the matter is settled in court, they will not comply with the committee's subpoena.

The little arrow on your fuel gage points in the direction of your gas cap. No more circling around at the pumps. Its run time is 2 hours, 14 minutes. My guess? It's really recently resurrected Victor who has the dreaded Huntington's disease, not the beauteous, bereft Britta. Her diagnosis was rigged so that she could be used as both leverage and to provide the necessary motivation to persuade her liebe mutter, the divine Dr. Methinks villainy Vic's long-lamented love for Liesl has nothing to do with any of it, it's all about saving his own shaky bacon.

So Cassadine! This was I was in Argentina at a party, and I was pretty drunk so I went upstairs to the bedroom while there was a big party going on downstairs. Some guy came in and saw me and I wasn't really awake, I was coming down on some drugs, and he got into the bed and started feeling me up suddenly.

I felt his cock touch my thigh and all of the sudden I just JOLTED awake and then he held me down, hard, on the bed, and started making out with me while holding me down. I struggled and struggled for a solid minute, I tried shouting but he kept making out with me. I remember biting his lip at one point and he just kept making out with me to keep me quiet.

But then he entered me. I was so tight. It hurt, his penis was big. And then something just I was on drugs, I think some kind of mix of ecstasy and amphetamines, and I was drunk, maybe that played a role. But after a few thrusts I just gave in and let him fuck me, and he was still holding me down so hard but he was so I remember feeling his muscles against me and feeling just overwhelmed by the raw masculine sexuality of it all.

I wish I could say that I continued to struggle. I wish I could say that I kept trying to push him off and that I hated every second of it. Instead after a few thrusts, I just wrapped my arms and legs around him and let him fuck me. I started to moan slightly. I remember someone walked in briefly, they saw me under him moaning. I could have yelled help. Instead I just laid there and let him fuck me, and my rapist told the guy to shut the door and the guy said something like "haha nice" or some shit like that.

And then my rapist went right back to it, harder than before. And something about the forcefulness and the raw muscular feral strength of it all just overwhelmed me and I came, hard, for a long time. Like, my thighs were shaking, I was moaning loudly. It was obvious to him that I was. And I saw the worst sight of him smiling at the sight of me having an orgasm, this horrible, confident smile which said "hell yeah, I am awesome".

I remember my brain just went haywire at that moment, I was so angry I wanted to fucking kill him, and simultaneously my pleasure center was just exploding. Then he came, inside of me. He just lay on top of me afterwards for a bit, and he said "that was good, right? I didn't even know what to say. I had bruises on my shoulder from him holding me down. My asshole was a tiny bit bloody. But he knew I came. He knew that I enjoyed it, a lot. I didn't respond to him, I think he knew that he had raped me, but some part of me thinks that maybe he wasn't even sure, but how could he not be?

I was struggling for the first half. He fucking woke me up by rubbing his cock against me. He knew what he had done. He eventually just got up and got dressed and went downstairs to the party and I just laid there, astounded at what had happened, completely in shock and awe at it.

He didn't use a condom. I got tested, of course. I never reported it to the police, I wasn't a native to the country and someone saw me literally moaning under him. They used to live a few doors up the road from our first house in Derriford Plymouth and had remained close ever since, and I know my sporting success brought them a huge sense of pride.

Deep down, I thought they would be fine but my heart was hammering as I drove down the road and knocked on their door. Eventually, I took a deep breath and summoned up the courage to speak. Originally, I had told them that the reason for Lance being in Plymouth was that he was interested in filming a documentary about me. It seemed like a good cover story. I caught sight of Grandad in the corner, who was starting to cry.

Do you think that is even natural?! What would your dad think? Our relationship after that became quite strained. I now look back and I understand that their initial reaction came from a place of just not understanding about different sexualities, or knowing anyone else who was openly gay. But it goes without saying that I was also very hurt.

It also made me fear the reaction of the wider public. If my grandparents felt it hard to hear, what would other people say? Hello All! Below, in no particular order is this years list! I got it yesterday. I've never had a bad reaction to the vaccine, but I had chills this morning and I've felt increasingly shitty across the day muscle aches, headache, etc.

The once super shy and conservative Midwestern boy has made an OnlyFans. Granted who knows if he will post any nudes. But still. The vice president, who was put in charge of tackling the border crisis by Joe Biden back in March, delegated the thorny meeting in Mexico's capital to US Secretary of State Antony Blinken. As officials from the two nations worked hashed out a new security cooperation accord and deal with a surge in migration across the border, Harris was nowhere to be seen.

Instead, Harris spent the day in New Jersey where she played bingo with kids at a daycare center, stopped by a vaccination site and even had time to sample some cake at a Newark bakery. The vice president has repeatedly come under fire from Republicans over her handling of the migrant crisis, ever since she was tapped by Biden as America's border czar.

Harris was especially slammed for her failure to visit the border to see the state of affairs for herself. She finally bowed to pressure and visited the border at El Paso, Texas, in June. It is the only time she's been to the border since taking office.

The vice president appeared to have worked up an appetite as she then stopped by cake shop Tonnie's Minis where she was joined by Senator Cory Booker. Harris bought red velvet cupcakes and slices of carrot, pineapple coconut and chocolate-covered sponge cake. Meanwhile, Blinken was taken on a mural tour of the National Palace by Lopez Obrador before the two delegations had a working breakfast.

A surge in the number of Haitian and Latin American migrants arriving at the US-Mexico border plunged the Biden administration into another crisis last month and underlined Washington's reliance on Mexico to help stem the flow. In , the number was 4, Last month around 15, mostly Haitian migrants camped near a bridge in Del Rio, Texas, prompting a humanitarian outcry against the Biden administration. Earlier this week the Washington Examiner reported that border officials are bracing for an incoming surge of as many as 60, Haitian migrants.

Do you know anyone who takes absolutely everything seriously and can't laugh especially at themselves? AUSTIN, Texas — A federal judge has temporarily blocked enforcement of a Texas abortion law that effectively bans the procedure, delivering an early victory to the Biden administration in its legal challenge to the law.

In a page ruling late Wednesday, U. District Judge Robert Pitman of Austin said the law is an "offensive deprivation of such an important right" and said state actors, including judges and court clerks, can no longer enforce its provisions.

Republican Gov. Greg Abbott signed the legislation, known as the "fetal heartbeat" bill, into law in May — forcing the question of reproductive rights back into the political spotlight. The law bans abortions once a fetal heartbeat is detected, usually around six weeks of pregnancy and before many people realize they are pregnant.

There are no exemptions in cases of rape or incest. The law is one of the most direct challenges on the boundaries of the U. Supreme Court's landmark Roe v. Wade decision that legalized abortion. Similar six-week abortion laws in Georgia, Kentucky and other states have been blocked by federal courts.

But last month, the Supreme Court left the law to take effect. Over the objections of three liberal associate justices and Chief Justice John Roberts, the high court declined to block enforcement of the law in a ruling. Despite the federal court temporarily blocking enforcement, the fight over the law — and abortion broadly — is far from over. Texas probably will appeal the decision, and the legal fight could once again come before the U.

Supreme Court, depending on the ruling from an appeals court. Attorney General Merrick Garland said in a statement that the decision "is a victory for women in Texas and for the rule of law. The White House, in a statement, similarly praised the ruling. Press Secretary Jen Psaki called it "an important step forward toward restoring the constitutional rights of women across the state of Texas.

Wade, why he has directed a whole-of-government response to S. Outcry over the law has thrust abortion back as a top issue ahead of the election, where control of Congress will once again be up for grabs. The U. House passed legislation late last month codifying the right to an abortion in response to Texas' law, though the bill's future in the U. Senate faces an uncertain path because of the party split.

Experts say the bill could be problematic for Republicans and go too far because public opinion polls show most Americans are in the middle on abortion. Last weekend, protesters in cities across the country flocked to the streets to demand an end to the law.

In Washington, D. In Texas, Democrat Mike Collier, who is running for lieutenant governor, joined protesters, tweeting that "men need to shut up, sit down, and listen. Yet another social media ho, but, sheesh, is it hot in here? I can even get past the vast back tat. The lyrics to the theme song one of my all time favorite theme songs btw seem to be describing her and not the woman who wound up actually playing the tv version.

In truth, I'm surprised Lavin didn't ask to have the lyric changed once the show became a huge hit and she gained some clout. After all, she was the one SINGING the song and it was supposed to be about her and anyone with two eyes could see that Linda Lavin did not have a freckle on her body let alone her face. The family continues to remain silent, only saying he died after a long illness.

Philip never married, had no kids, seemed to be a loner. There's more to the story, I'm sure. Golden Age executives would laugh Timothee Chalamet out of the room. An androgynous, gay baiting, devoid of masculinity actor would be unfathomable. You needed looks or talent or both but you needed at least one. Times have certainly changed. Now It seems like pretty much anyone can become famous.

But mostly Shawn. He looks ridiculous and no one was even going nuts about his look. He did all this for what? Charismatic rancher Phil Burbank inspires fear and awe in those around him. When his brother brings home a new wife and her son, Phil torments them until he finds himself exposed to the possibility of love. This sounds interesting and Oscar-baity for sure. Right-wing nut job and walking myocardial infarction, Lt Gov Mark Johnson recently said homosexuals are filthy and if you have a problem with him saying so, come see him!

His office number is Anyone tried it yet? What are your personal experiences with it before I shell out a hundred bucks to try it. My trans identity was weaponized against me.

In case you haven't heard, there's been a ton of controversy around celebs and their bathing routines this month. Go ahead and grab some popcorn as I catch up to speed.

During a chat on The View, Kristen said, "I'm a big fan of waiting for the stink. Once you catch a whiff, that's biology's way of letting you know you need to clean it up. There's a red flag. Honestly, it's just bacteria; once you get bacteria you gotta be like, 'Get in the tub or the shower.

Now, in case you didn't know, Matthew McConaughey is famous for refusing to wear deodorant for the past 30 years. He said, "She always brings a salt rock, which is some natural deodorant, and says, 'Would you please put this on? No cologne, no deodorant. He continued, "The women in my life, including my mother, have all said, 'Hey, your natural smell smells one, like a man, and two, smells like you.

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