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Crazy Rumor: The Future Of Matt Reeves’ The Batman Allegedly In Jeopardy After Robert Pattinson Caught Having Sex On Batmobile 

 

The future of The Batman and its potential sequels may now be in jeopardy, as a new rumor claims that Matt Reeves has refused to work with Robert Pattinson ever again after catching the actor having sex atop the film’s Batmobile prop.

“He literally told Pattinson, ‘You are the most entitled narcissistic actor I’ve ever worked with, you go back to work, we finish filming in March and then we are done. I don’t want to ever work with you after this film,’” wrote the supposed The Batman set worker. “He even said he refuses to do reshoots if they will be needed. I don’t know what they are gonna do but they try to keep this situation on leash before the media will make it official.”

Robert Pattinson Caught Having Sex On Batmobile

Tags: Argument, Celebrity, Employment, Film, Film Trivia, Gossip, Hate, Lifestyle, Men In Charge, Mental Health, NSFW, Oops, Privilege, Sex

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18-Feb-2021


Gay couple nearly killed by man shouting “fa***ts.” But he wasn’t charged with a hate crime. 

 

Harvey Mullin Price was convicted this month on seven charges related to attempting to shoot and kill a gay couple. Price is still free on bail, and the couple is still in fear of their lives.

Avery was Price’s brother-in-law, until Avery and his then-wife divorced after he came out.

When Price found out, he vowed to punish Avery and then his new partner, Neal. When he found out that the couple was staying at a cabin built by Avery while he was still married to Price’s sister, Price made clear his intentions.

“He told me straight up that he would make sure that if I ever entered Hatchet Cove again that he was going to kill me,” Avery told CBC News three years ago.

Gay couple nearly killed by man shouting “fa***ts.” But he wasn’t charged with a hate crime.

Tags: Americans, Argument, Cheating, Choices, Environment, Etiquette, Family, Gay, Hate, Judgment, Truth

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29-Jan-2021


A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving Viewers Troubled by Racist Scene 

 

During the meal Franklin, the one and only person of color in the core Peanuts gang, ends up sitting on a different side of the table from the rest of his friends and is seated in the only piece of "non-proper" furniture, a lawn chair. The scene, for some, has undertones of racial bias and, as it does every year, has prompted some to take to social media to speak out about the moment. Here is a selection of what people are saying and be sure to let us know your thoughts in the comments!

A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving Viewers Troubled by Racist Scene

Tags: Animate, Argument, Backlash, Black People, Cancellation, Choices, Exclusivity, Overreaction, Racism, TV, TV Gay Swatch, Who Gives A Fuck!

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24-Nov-2020


My Boyfriend Made Me Sleep On The Couch So He Could Share A Bed With His Guy Friend — Is This Normal? 

 

My Boyfriend Made Me Sleep On The Couch So He Could Share A Bed With His Guy Friend — Is This Normal?

It is not normal. Your boyfriend is an unfaithful asshole who thinks you're a pendeja. No LGBTQ explanation or courtesy needed to explain disrespect and disdain. Find the nearest dumpster and dump... or the next time his father, uncle, brother or any other friend is in town tell him you want him to take the couch so you can share a bed and get to know them better and fuck them. 13-Nov-2020

Tags: Argument, Cheating, Denial, Environment, Etiquette, Excuses, Fraud, Gay, Honesty, Insensitivity, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Men In Charge, Misrepresentation, Self Interest, Sex, Toxic, Woman's Rights

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13-Nov-2020


Girl dramatically confronts her gay best friend for having sex with her boyfriend in the middle of a TikTok 

 

In the TikTok by user allyvlogs1, a group of five university friends are playing the “Put a Finger Down Challenge”, which is similar to the game “Never Have I Ever“.

The questions start innocently enough, and members of the group say “put a finger down if you’ve ever been drunk”, “put a finger down if you’ve ever worn a crusty sock” and “put a finger down if you’ve ever been outside of Europe”.

But for the fourth question, one girl seizes the moment and says: “Put a finger down if one of your best friends slept with your boyfriend and the rest of your friends didn’t tell you about it for over six months.”

There is a moment of awkward silence...

Pink News

Tags: Argument, Cheating, Fluidity, Gay, Representation, Sex, Social Media, Stereotype, Threat, Video Gay Swatch, World

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15-May-2020


Why don’t we talk about the choice to not have children? One filmmaker thinks she has the answer. 

 

The decision to not have children has long been a taboo subject in our society — but Maxine Trump thinks it’s time for us to embrace the conversation.

“If you imagine going to a bar and somebody is saying to you pretty directly, ‘Are you gonna have kids,’ it’s quite an intimate question, and how do you answer that?” she said.

Trump, a documentary filmmaker (with no relation to the first family), told Mic it used to embarrass her to talk about the fact that she had no desire to have children. But that all changed as she filmed her latest movie, To Kid or Not to Kid, a documentary that dispels some of society’s most toxic myths about women who choose not to be mothers.

Mic.

FEDS RAID 'MATERNITY HOTELS' WHERE TOURISTS PAID UP TO $80K TO GIVE BIRTH IN U.S.

Tags: All Rights, Anguish, Argument, Celebration, Children, Choices, Concern, Entertainment, Environmentalist, Equality, Family, Feminism, Mental Health, Parental Burden, Portrait, Representation, Respect, Stepping Up, Support, Tribute

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11-Jan-2018


Ari Emanuel offends some relatives with tribute to gay cousin 

 

Ari Emanuel's tribute to his late, gay cousin Gary Brodsky at an LGBT gala last week has rubbed some members of his family the wrong way.

Mayor Rahm Emanuel's brother — the Hollywood mega-agent — spoke about his love for Brodsky in his acceptance speech at the Los Angeles LGBT Center after he received a Vanguard Award for his work supporting gay rights.

But Brodsky's family is upset about a section of Ari Emanuel's speech in which he said that Brodsky, who died of AIDS-related complications in the early 1990s, had been taken in as a young man by Emanuel's mother because "he wasn't welcome in his own home."

Chicago Tribune

Tags: Argument, Backlash, Celebrity, Environment, Family, Opinion, Perception, Social Media

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05-Oct-2017


Debate: Is ‘Dunkirk’ director Christopher Nolan the best or the worst filmmaker of our time? 

 

Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk, which comes out on Friday, is his 10th feature as a director: a career that’s netted him 26 Oscar nominations and seven statuettes. His movies are often box office successes — he shares the distinction with James Cameron of having two movies gross more than $1 billion worldwide, for instance — in addition to being critically acclaimed.

But is he actually any good? After all, he went from making small art house films (Following and Memento) to working with some of the most bankable actors in Hollywood and on one of the premier comic book franchises (Batman Begins, The Dark Knight and The Dark Knight Rises), either of which would normally guarantee success, and some of his other pictures (Insomnia, The Prestige) were not considered that memorable.

His films are commercial successes, but the question up for debate is whether they are creatively interesting and worthy of all the hype.

Mic

Tags: Argument, Celebrity, Entertainment, Movie Trivia, Perception, Product

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22-Jul-2017


Leonard Pitts Jr.: Is notion of a genderless humanity going too far?  

 

We don’t even have pronouns for this.

That’s what accounts for the clumsy grammar of the statement parent Kori Doty issued about Doty’s newborn baby, Searyl Atli Doty. For that matter, it also accounts for the clumsy grammar of the sentence you just read.

Anyway, Kori Doty’s statement read: “It’s up to Searyl to decide how they identify, when they are old enough to develop their own gender identity. I am not going to foreclose that choice based on an arbitrary assignment of gender at birth based on an inspection of their genitals.”

As noted, the English language is not ready for this. For all its splendors, English offers no gender-neutral singular pronoun except “it.” Who wants to be an “it?”

If the language is not ready, well, truth to tell, neither is your humble correspondent. It’s a jarring realization.

Gazette-Mail

Tags: All Rights, Anguish, Argument, Children, Choices, Concern, Confusing, Education, Environment, Fear, History, Inclusion, Laws, Lifestyle, Mental Health, Opinion, Political, Realist, Sex Identity, Writing

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14-Jul-2017


“Teen Vogue” published an exhaustive guide to anal sex, and the Internet is having a tizzy 

 

Last week, Teen Vogue published an exhaustive primer on anal sex, and not everyone’s pleased. We are, though. Good on them.

Written by sex educator Gigi Engel’s, the essay is a great, chatty read that demystifies a few common misconceptions about anal sex and teaches Teen Vogue readers how to do it the right way:

“Obviously there is a lot of stuff on the Internet about anal (we don’t suggest you Google it),” she writes, “but most of what you’ll find is either porn or advice for experienced sexual persons looking to try something new.”

“What about the teenagers? What about the LGBTQ young people who need to know about this for their sexual health?”

What follows is a step-by-step primer for curious beginners that starts with the basics: go slow at first, lube is your very best friend in the whole wide anal-sex world, and maybe expect a little bit of poop but don’t totally freak out:

Queerty

Tags: All Rights, Argument, Backlash, Bullying, Celebration, Entertainment, Environment, Family, Hypocrisy, Inclusion, Instructional, Magic Splatter, Parenting, Protest, Science, Sex, Writing

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13-Jul-2017


Phil Donahue: 'Hypocrisy is killing us' 

 

The 81-year-old Donahue said Sunday on CNN's "Reliable Sources" that Americans tout their patriotism, but about half of them don't vote.
"Hypocrisy is killing us," he said.

Donahue argued that Trump's base represented a small percentage of the country, but elected Trump because they were "angry" and showed up to the ballot boxes last November.

"These are angry people," he said. "Maybe they haven't had a raise in eight years. The rumor is that their company is being sold. Their kids can't pay back their college loans. They come back exhausted from their day at the factory, and they read the paper where a guy at a hedge fund made a million dollars on Thursday.

"You can't do this to people," Donahue said. "Sooner or later, they're gonna go 'kaboom.' And they did. And the 'kaboom' expressed itself in the election of Donald Trump."

Donahue also criticized the media for "missing the mark" when it came to covering Trump. He said that journalists should "get out of Washington" and spend more time talking with Trump's voters -- the "real people."

CNN

Tags: Advice, All Rights, Anguish, Argument, Celebrity, Concern, Daddy Squish, Environment, Govt, Interview, Let's Not Forget, New World Order, Political, Relationships, Social Media, Video

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26-Jun-2017