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Defiant Mo'Nique says she is 'unapologetic' for telling black women to stop wearing bonnets, head scarves and pajamas in public 


'As we begin to walk through the airport, I saw so many, actually too many to count... but I saw so many of our young sisters in head bonnets, scarves, slippers, pajamas, blankets wrapped around them - and this is how they are showing up to the airport,' she said in her original video.

She suggested that women wearing bonnets and these kinds of outfits demonstrates to others that they have no pride in themselves

Defiant Mo'Nique says she is 'unapologetic'

Tags: Backlash, Beauty, Celebrity, Opinion, Representation, Video



Olivia Wilde and Ellen DeGeneres "ganged up" on Jason Sudeikis and gave him a surprise haircut 


The 43-year-old actor returned to the show after serving as a guest host on Friday, and host Ellen DeGeneres asked if Sudeikis' wife, Olivia Wilde, liked his long hair. Sudeikis was then surprised by Wilde, 35, who came out and said, "It's the same as my hair. There's only room for one of these in our house."

Olivia Wilde and Ellen DeGeneres ganged up on Jason Sudeikis and gave him a surprise haircut

Tags: Back To The Future, Beauty, Bi, Celebrity, Harassment, History, Hypocrisy, Irony, Lesbian, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Marriage, Men Not In Charge, Mental Health, Psychology, Sex Identity, Sexual Harassment, Weird, Women In Charge, Youth



‘Outrage’ over makeup artist fired from Amy Poehler project in race row 


The firing of a makeup artist from the buzzy new Amy Poehler project is causing eruptions in the TV world, we’re told.

Earlier this month, Page Six reported that the artist in question was canned from the “Untitled Tracy Oliver Project” — the new show from the “Girls Trip” creator dubbed the “Black Sex and the City” — for allegedly saying the N-word repeatedly in front of one of the show’s lead actresses, while singing along with a rap song. (We know both the name of the actress and the makeup artist, but we aren’t going to print them due to the sensitivity of the situation. The makeup artist is a veteran of many major TV shows and movies.)

Now Page Six is told that her peers are outraged that the artist was fired for using the word — especially, we’re told, because the makeup artist is biracial.

‘Outrage’ over makeup artist fired from Amy Poehler project in race row

Tags: Beauty, Celebrity, Cultural, Employment, Entertainment, Environment, Offensive, Politics, Privilege, Racial Tension, Relationships, Termination, Women In Charge



90 Day Fiancé: Jihoon Lee Shocks Fans With Unrecognizable IG Pics 


After splitting from Deavan Clegg, the former 90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way star Jihoon Lee is flaunting a model-like look. He recently posted a bunch of happy pictures on his Instagram and told his followers how he enjoyed the company of his friends after a long time. But, fans can't get over his major glow-up and commenting, "very Handsome," and "You look so healthy and happy OMG."

90 Day Fiancé: Jihoon Lee Shocks Fans With Unrecognizable IG Pics

Tags: Beauty, Celebration, Celebrity, Social Media, TV



Dax Shepard Bought a Giant Truck After Being Called A '6.57' By Hasan Minhaj 


In December 2019, Hasan Minhaj gave an interview to Vanity Fair, in which he rightfully claimed that men of color are judged by a harsher standard in Hollywood than their white coworkers when it comes to how they look. “You gotta have, like, the V-taper in your abs if you’re gonna be Asian,” whereas there was “this whole movement of approachable white dudes.” He was obviously correct and should have said it. He was also asked to rate Dax Shepard, who had previously called Minhaj a nine out of ten on a completely separate podcast episode of his show, Armchair Expert. (Who knows why!) Shepard, in Minhaj’s eyes, was not a nine. He was a “6.57.”

That interview is making the rounds again, for reasons that are mostly unclear, but can be chalked up to “Twitter is bored.” Concurrent to this renewed interest in Dax Shepard’s looks, the man went out and bought himself a very big truck. I’m not kidding, he literally bought a truck the size of a house. One could move their entire family into it, and then build a guest house in the back. By U.N. standards, it might even qualify as its own autonomous country, that’s how big this fucker is.

Dax Shepard Bought a Giant Truck After Being Called A '6.57' By Hasan Minhaj

Tags: Anatomy, Auto, Beauty, Celebrity, Nature, Sensitivity, Weird



Sharon Stone: It’s a ‘big, fat, stupid lie’ if anyone says looks don’t matter 


Sharon Stone says that looks matter.

“You don’t even realize how much [looks] matter until they start to go,” Stone, who stars in the new Netflix drama “Ratched,” a prequel to “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest,” told the Telegraph in a newly released interview.

It’s a “big, fat stupid lie if anyone says that they don’t,” the Beverly Hills resident says.

She recalled one director who, “asked me to sit on his lap every day to receive direction.” Stone also remembered a male actor in the cast of the 1984 film “Irreconcilable Differences,” who once yelled in reference to her on a crowded set, “‘Would you get out of the fucking way? I can’t even see her tits!”

Sharon Stone: It’s a ‘big, fat, stupid lie’ if anyone says looks don’t matter

Tags: Beauty, Celebrity, Entertainment, Environment, History, Hollywood, Sex, Women



Pelosi Says Salon Owes Her An Apology for 'Setting Me Up' After Footage Leaks of Her Indoor Appointment 


The owner of the salon described Pelosi's appointment request to Fox News as a "slap in the face."

"I take responsibility for trusting the word of a neighborhood salon that I've been to over the years many times," Pelosi said. "As it turns out, it was a setup. So I take responsibility for falling for that setup."

Pelosi Says Salon Owes Her An Apology for 'Setting Me Up' After Footage Leaks of Her Indoor Appointment

Tags: Beauty, Contamination, Disruption, Environment, Etiquette, Exclusivity, Health, Politics, Priorities, Safety, Video, Women In Charge



Majority of queer men and women refuse to have sex with a partner with ungroomed pubic hair, eye-opening study says 


An eye-opening study found that, when it comes to pubic hair, more than half of queer men and women would refuse to have sex with a partner who is ungroomed, you know, downstairs.

The study from Save.Health surveyed 1,207 people, where around 11 per cent were queer men and 11 per cent were queer women.

Around 58 per cent of queer men and 65 per cent of queer women told survey taskers that they believe grooming their pubic hair makes them more sexually attractive

To add to this, 51 per cent of queer men and 59 per cent of queer women said they were not willing to have sex with a partner who is ungroomed.

Of course, when it comes to pubic hair, the researchers stressed: “Our recommendation, in true Lizzo form, if they don’t like your natural hair, kick them out the door.”

Pink News

Tags: Beauty, Clean, Etiquette, Hair, LGBTQ, Privilege, Relationships, Sex, Statistics, Trim



Truth hurts! People reveal what they REALLY think about their partner's looks in shockingly honest confessions - from a girlfriend who's 'getting fat' to a boyfriend who resembles a corgi 


Lovers from across the globe have confessed how they feel about partner's looks

People wrote anonymously on the secrets sharing site Whisper to reveal feelings

One confessed how their girlfriend 'looks like she has gained like 35lbs in a year'

Daily Mail

Tags: Beauty, Perception, Relationships, Truth



The gay men risking their health for the perfect body 


Jeff Ingold, from LGBT charity Stonewall says it is "crucial" that we see more diverse representations of gay and bisexual men with different body types in the media.

"Not only would this help gay and bi men see themselves reflected in what they watch, it would also help break down harmful stereotypes that affect gay and bi men's body image and self-esteem."

But as it is, Jakeb says he still gets people online telling him they "wouldn't leave the house if they looked like me".

"I didn't go on pride marches and have bricks thrown at me to have the community we've got now," he says.

"We have equality, but we're horrible to each other."


Tags: Beauty, Bullying, Dating, Environment, Exclusivity, Gay, Hostility, Humiliation, Hypocrisy, Insensitivity, Lifestyle, Media, Men, Mental Health, Relationships, Representation, Sex, Social Media, Support, Surgery, Survival, Treatment, World



Camille Paglia: The Death of the Hollywood Sex Symbol (Guest Column) 


Who killed the sex symbol?

It's no mystery that in the era of #MeToo, the rules of combat have changed on the sexual battlefield. Women will no longer tolerate condescending or degrading treatment that was once business as usual in the workplace or dating arena. But in this long overdue push-back against sexual coercion and exploitation, has something valuable been lost?

The sex symbol was arguably Hollywood's most brilliant artifact, propelling the young movie industry to world impact from the moment that Theda Bara flashed her coiled-snake brassiere in Cleopatra (1917). Sex was great box office. With its impudent populism, Hollywood crashed through stuffy proprieties lingering from the Victorian age and stationed itself at the bold forefront of the modern liberalization of sex. Movies were in sync with the radical new spirit of American women, who won the right to vote in 1920 and kicked up their heels throughout the flapper decade of the Roaring Twenties.

The great sex symbols of Hollywood were manufactured beings, engineered by trial and error, with the mass audience as their ultimate judge and jury. Decade by decade, the movie industry rediscovered primal archetypes that have animated myths around the world since the Stone Age. Major male sex symbols like Clark Gable, Cary Grant and Sidney Poitier have a mesmerizing natural authority onscreen, a supranormal power of personality and density of being that transcend their roles. Like their antecedents in ancient hero sagas, they inhabit and explore physical space, whose frustrations and dangers they endure but ultimately defeat.

The female sex symbol, however, commands emotional or psychological space. Her sensual beauty is an alluring mirage, hypnotizing and sometimes paralyzing. Never entirely present, she is attuned to another reality, an extrasensory dimension to which we have no access. There is an unsettling aura of the uncanny around the major female sex symbols, who channel shadowy powers above or below the social realm.

Hollywood Reporter

Tags: All Rights, Art, Beauty, Celebration, Entertainment, Exclusivity, Extinction, Feminism, Force, History, Hollywood, Hot Swatch, Inspired, Politics, Respect, Sex Symbol, Sexy, Women In Charge



New Bones and Huge Testicles Tied Up With String, These Are a Few Of Incels' Favorite Things 


In addition to the idea that women are petty sluts who only wish to ride a “cock carousel” of hot dudes rather than get with them, incels now think their literal bone structure is ruining their lives. The solution? Head to a shady Indianapolis plastic surgeon who can give them new cheekbones fit for a Dolce & Gabbana campaign.

For New York Magazine, reporter Alice Hines writes about incels and the obsession many of them have with becoming “Chads” (good-looking guys) by going under the knife. Incels might lambast Chads on forums, but they also seem convinced their lives will be better if they become Chads. In addition to performing “penis-stretching exercises” (whatever in god’s name that is) and mewing (chewing food to bulk up jaw muscles), Hines finds that incels worship the intense body modification surgeries of the plastic surgeon Barry Eppley, who removes ribs for patients and admits his work is criticized as being “on the edge.”


Tags: Beauty, Incel, Lifestyle, Medical, Mental Health, Surgery



LGBTI incels: what it's like to be queer when no one will sleep with you 


What is it like when no one will have sex with you? Months and years go by with no success on dating apps. Facing a sea of ‘no’s at bars and parties.

What does that do to a person?

The answer is complicated if you’re a sexual person. For some, it’s just a part of everyday life.

For incels, it is everything.

The involuntary celibate community spawned on the internet two decades ago. It is as multi-faceted as it is confusing to outsiders – boasting their own belief system and vocabulary.

But where do LGBTI people fall within the incel community? Mirroring ‘normie’ society, many incels reject LGBTI folk. Yet that hasn’t stopped them from existing. Instead they’ve created their own group – and a unique way of being incel.

Gay Star News

Tags: All Rights, Beauty, Incel, Mental Health, Preservation, Rejection, Sex, Social Media, Support



This influencer says he feels “disrespected” when followers comment on his “perfect body” 


It’s not easy being beautiful. Just ask Instagram/Only Fans star Jasson Jerez.

The Los Angeles-based influencer regularly posts naked and half-naked photos of himself for his 160K followers.

But being beautiful is not without its burdens.

Recently, Jasson took to his Instagram story to express his dissatisfaction with followers who say his body is “too perfect” and that he’s “not relatable” because of it.


Tags: Beauty, Criticism, Environment, Gay, Hot Swatch, Protest, Social Media, Treatment



‘The pressure and prejudice we have about body image in the gay community is toxic’ 


Recently, I watched a documentary on BBC 3 called Queer Britain and it raised the issue of body dysmorphia amongst men, and gay men in particular. It really clawed away at me and dug up a lot of old feelings.

It hammered home that despite eating disorders becoming increasingly common amongst gay men, we parade around the idea of a ‘perfect’ body despite how toxic a notion it is.

I’ve wobbled between both sides of the judgmental seesaw at various points. I’ve been mocked for being too thin, and was made to feel like less of a man for because my frame looked feminine.

When I was at my biggest, I had nasty comments made about my body; remarks that clung to the layer of stubborn belly fat I was carrying around and really weighed me down.

The first set of comments made me feel less masculine and as though being a feminine guy was a bad thing. The second tipped the scales and imbued me with a potent sense of self-loathing that made feel as though I had the sexual allure of a warthog.

Gay Star News

Tags: Abuse, Anguish, Beauty, Community, Discrimination, Environment, Exclusivity, Lifestyle, Mental Health, Perception, Relationships, Sex, Youth