Via ExtraTV: Zac Efron dons drag in the newest trailer for the upcoming Baywatch movie, which looks like it is going to over-deliver on shiteousness.
Not only does this prove the prettiest dudes make the unprettiest chicks, it also proves that I will not watch this movie unless given a date-rape drug.
Favorite comment from YouTube on the topic:
Keep watching for copious shots of Zac's ridiculously chiseled (is he okay?) bod, bad post-racial humor and ta-tas dusted with sand ...
Remember when you needed a service to help you find a gay roommate? (Or a gay guy to help you find a roommate to service you?)
I tried one when I moved to NYC and I believe that's how I found the guy I lived with in Weehawken, New Jersey, for about eight months. I also remember calling a regular ad for a roommate in Hoboken and I asked the guy if it would be an issue that I was gay and he said, “Yeah, it kinda would be, since we're not and we all have girlfriends.”
Better to know in advance that the people you're moving in with are homophobes.
Huff Post: YASSS! Schumer declares Dems will filibuster Gorsuch's nomination, requiring at least 60 votes for confirmation.
New York Times: George Weinberg, the psychotherapist who invented the word homophobia in the '60s, dies @ 87. Wish its practitioners would follow suit.
Raw Story: Ladybird Bachmann's psych clinic — which is into gay conversion therapy — has been cited for its failure to keep records. Shocking, I know.
BBC: Terror attack on Westminster that left four (including attacker, so three) dead came from a British-born assailant known to intelligence services.
Kenneth in the (212): Oklahoma State Sen. Ralph Shortey, a Republican and YMCA volunteer, has resigned amid allegations he hired a 17-year-old boy for sex.
CNN reports the FBI now believes Team Trump directly coordinated with the Russians in the run-up to the presidential election:
The FBI has information that indicates associates of President Donald Trump communicated with suspected Russian operatives to possibly coordinate the release of information damaging to Hillary Clinton's campaign, US officials told CNN.
Getting closer and closer to 10,000 Instagram followers.
I'll cut to the chase — I adored the latest revival of Hello, Dolly! starring Bette Midler.
The Adonis Lounge's dancers are world-famous, but Vanderpump Rules couple (I guess he's staight?) Katie Maloney-Schwartz and Tom Schwartz never hoida the bums, failing miserably at a game of “Name That Stripper” on one of this week's What What Happens Live with Andy Cohen episodes.
Still fun to see some of the strip joint's most famous clothes-shuckers, and there's a (too-) big surprise in store for Tom at the end