TALKING OUT OF YOUR A. Leah Remini and 50 Cent talk with Andy Cohen about, er, eating out: “If I was a guy and I had that kind of watch and those kind of sneakers and a bitch wanted to lick my ass, I’d let her lick my ass!” HEALTHCARE. Show More Summary
The firestorm surrounding an article criticizing a Christian couple's antigay pastor unveils the insidious strategy to reframe the oppressor as the oppressed.
He really, really wishes he knew how to quit you.
#NewMusicFriday, Dec. 2, 2016: Kate Bush, Bright Light Bright Light, Rolling Stones Also seeing release this week are new albums from John Legend, deadmau5 and Childish Gambino Unicorn Booty - Unicorn Booty brings you the best news, pop-culture, and opinions on the web!
Looking for something to stream while you Netflix and chill? Check out our picks for new additions to streaming services this month below, including Moonstruck, Desperately Seeking Susan and Love Is Strange. Glory Daze: The Life and Time of Michael A… Read The post ‘Moonstruck,’ ‘Love Is Strange’ and Other Films Streaming in December appeared first on Towleroad.
One of the men is the child's natural father.
Hairspray Live!, Trevor Live, and the return of Gale Harold are all on tap.
From Palin’s op-ed for the Young Conservatives site: When government steps in arbitrarily with individual subsidies, favoring one business over others, it sets inconsistent, unfair, illogical precedent. Meanwhile, the invisible hand that best orchestrates a free people’s free enterprise system gets amputated. Show More Summary
Republican Rep. Steve Russell says he has received private assurances from Trump’s team that federal contractors will be granted “religious freedom” protections that would likely enable them to discriminate against workers on the ba… Read The post Anti-Gay GOP Rep. Says Trump Team Gave Him ‘Assurances’ About ‘Religious Freedom’ Protections appeared first on Towleroad.
Business Insider reports: President-elect Trump spoke with the president of Taiwan by phone on Friday, the Financial Times reported, in a move likely to infuriate Beijing and hinder US-China relations. Trump’s spokesperson Hope Hicks confirmed the phone call in an email on Friday. Show More Summary
Sessions was already known as virulently anti-LGBT, but this revelation provides even more evidence.
Loony Louis Gohmert actually took to the podium of the US House today to bitch that US Capitol fire safety rules don’t allow him to barbecue ribs on his office balcony for the quarterly party he throws for fellow reps. According to Gohmert,...Show More Summary
"Prepare to surrender to the power of friendship."
On this week’s episode of The Real O’Neals, the ABC sitcom loosely based on Dan Savage’s upbringing in a Catholic family, Kenny (Noah Galvin) joins a crossfit gym with his mom and gets the wrong idea about what’s in store for… Read The post Noah Galvin Has a Gay Gym Fantasy on ‘The Real O’Neals’ – WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
Police have arrested a man who threatened to attack an LGBT-friendly church in Miami Beach, an attack he claims would have been worse than the Orlando massacre. As NBC Miami reports, Joseph Jorczak, 34, set his sights on the Miami Beach...Show More Summary
The New York Times reports: Walmart announced on Friday that it had settled a lawsuit that accused the company of discriminating against gay and lesbian employees when it denied health insurance benefits to same-sex spouses. Under the...Show More Summary
Kenny O'Neal recreates Olivia Newton-John’s hit song "Physical."
The Raleigh News & Observer reports: The humor publication MAD Magazine has named Gov. Pat McCrory to its annual “20 Dumbest List” because of his support for House Bill 2. The December issue spoofs McCrory as a “stall cop” with an image...Show More Summary
It’s been a rollercoaster of a week for Chip and Joanna Gaines, the reality TV couple who are the stars of HGTV’s popular home renovation series “Fixer Upper.” The Gaineses made a name for themselves by helping clients buy and remodel homes. Show More Summary
Entertainment Weekly reports: Hairspray might be set in the ’60s, but the stars of NBC’s upcoming live version of the film and Broadway show think it has a lot to say about modern times, too. “The subject of Hairspray is very current...Show More Summary