It's ridiculous that a presidential candidate could say something like this.
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RHONJ meets OITNB!
Most noteworthy: she was never actually behind any bars!!!
While her reasoning for why she keeps referring to her minimum-security jail as "camp" was interesting enough… Teresa really caught our attention when she started dishing on the "strictly scissoring" that goes on between the inmates!
According to Tre, the best places to engage in some lesbian sex were
Finally! Something comfortable to wear while you're swiping!
And it's for a good cause!
Grindr (yes, the gay dating app) has announced plans to release an athleisure clothing collection this month, with proceeds from sales benefiting Athlete Ally's Principal 6 — an organization that works to end homophobia and transphobia in the sports community.
The line will feature 29 pieces, including track pants, mesh tops, hoodies, swimsuits, windbreakers, tanks, and more, with prices ranging from $25 to $130.
Not a bad deal!
Grindr's creative director Landis Smithers (Smithers!!!) said:
"As we keep evolving, we are looking for ways to combine things people enjoy with ways to help the community globally. The collection feels sexy, cheeky, fun, but in the end, all profits are going to an amazing group that helps athletes with the issues the gay community faces all around the world."
Imagine cruising Grindr in your Grindr-brand mesh top and coral drawstring shorts. Imagine buying the entire collection and modeling it on your profile.
You'd get so many matches.
The collection will be available on Grindrstore.com on August 15!
See the full line in the gallery (above)!
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Who could possibly think this was a good idea?!
That's because a reporter for The Daily Beast decided it would be a good idea to download Grindr and write a story about all the people who contacted him on the dating app in the Olympic Village on Wednesday.
Oh yeah… and the journalist, Nico Hines, just so happens to be straight!
Apparently, the website — which claims to love confronting "bullies, bigots, and hypocrites" — didn't see the harm in listing closeted LGBT athletes' chosen sports and corresponding countries, including one nation that is heavily anti-gay!
What's worse is that Editor-in-Chief John Avlon actually addressed readers' concerns by removing the names of countries after the fact… but decided to keep the majority of the post intact.
Luckily, out celebs like Gus Kenworthy, Tyler Oakley, and other individuals with common sense condemned the homophobic piece, saying:
Wow, what a devestating revelation.
Just a few months after Colton Haynes revealed he's gay, the actor opened up to Out Magazine about his long road to acceptance. Similarly to most coming out stories, the journey held a few moments of heartbreak and loss.
For those who don't know, Haynes' father William Haynes killed himself when the Teen Wolf star was just a teenager. Though the two were estranged at the time (William left Colt's mother Dana Mitchell to remarry when he was young), the tragedy was still quite scarring.
To make matters even worse, some members of C.H.'s family tried to link his sexual orientation to his father's death. Colton had come out to his conservative Kansas fam shortly before his dad's suicide.
Speaking on the horrendous accusation, Haynes recalled:
Don't mess with Muva.
As you've probably seen, Amber Rose has been experimenting with different looks for The Amber Rose Show — and after taping this week's episode, her three-year-old son Sebastian had a grand ol' time playing dress up as a "spooky zombie" in his momma's long, braided wig.
"Lol of course Sebastian had to be a spooky zombie in Mommy's wig today 😂 and he's loving his @frobabies T-shirt too 😍😍😍"
So cute, right?
Well it didn't take long before the scum of the Internet was filling the 32-year-old's comment section with remarks that her son is, or will become, "gay."