475 posts categorized "SCANDAL"
Chris Mears shucks most of his clothes for Winq.
Taylor Kitsch is openly gay. It's on the Internet, so it must be true.
"When I'm single, I don't bareback on purpose usually." Best Truvada read ever.
Good news on Truvada.
Hillary (correctly) compares Putin to Hilter.
MANNEQUIN, TOO: This bitch is crazy. And I love her for it.
Blake Skjellerup sweetly fanboys out on Jason Collins.
Nick chick blasts Disney tune to get through racy-pix scandal.
Liza bounced back nicely from Ellen's misfired joke.
Bieber's such a dick, how will they know what to black out?
If watching Glee makes you want to kill someone, this is the movie for you.
If you noticed Kim Novak looked different, you're a bad person.
Brett Favre looks really different now. (Is it okay to say that?)
Pope Francis thinks the Catholic Church has done lots against pedophilia.
SORRY/NOT SORRY: Trohn Javolta understands that he murdered...that girl's...name.
Bachelor stud Juan Pablo Galavis's erection will soon be unveiled.
Dumb Starbucks is slaying L.A.
Julia Roberts's half-sister dies.
Retired NFLer: Teams = "losers" if players can't handle questions about gay players.
Evan Jonigkeit's ass impresses on Girls.
Shia LaBeouf is a total LaDouche now.
They used to call Liberace "fatso." Among other things.
Anti-Obamacare activist is now on it, calls it "the answer to his prayers." Then lies.
Hey, gurl! Alyssa's Secret, Valentine's Day edition.
Nevada A.G. won't defend state's gay-marriage ban after all.
ART ATTACK: Bullet holes or limpid pools?
Woody Allen has responded, at length, to Dylan, Mia and Ronan Farrow's allegations that he molested Dylan when she was seven years old. I think his response is very believable, at least as believable as Dylan's letter and Mia and Ronan's tweets.
After the jump, gay fitness model Alistair Swodeck apparently responds to the controversy surrounding his leaked sex video with "straight" fitness model Jamie Dominic, whose own response on Facebook was the vague, "Only God can judge me."
Alistair's response, via Queerclick (Work Unfriendly)...
Siblings and other family members are not always aware of it when another member of the family is being molested, nor are they always open to considering the possibility. It's a huge blow to their vision of their family. But in the case of Moses Farrow, Mia's adopted son who is now estranged from her and from sister Dylan, his comments do not at all sound like that of a person in denial. Quite the contrary, they sound like they're coming from a level-headed person, one who has come to change his mind after getting away from his home environment. He tells People:
Daddies, a new film about—guess what?—by Antonio da Silva.
SWV, '90s girl group, gets sassy backstage at "bethenny."
Is it time to boycott Coke again?
Laverne Cox's powerful speech at Creating Change.
American Apparel's 62-year-old underwear model.
George Michael's new tune "Let Her Down Easy."
Ryan Kwanten's phat butt.
A plea for sanity in the Woody Allen case.
53-year-old Kristin Scott Thomas is retiring from film work.
Jared Padalecki—an actor by trade—doesn't understand the definition of "tragedy."
Johnny Weir is the perfect coverboy for "Hate on Ice."
You haven't fully committed to being gay without seeing 1968's The Queen.
Woody Allen denies "untrue, disgraceful" claims by Dylan.
I never get tired of Blake Skjellerup naked.
The Pride, a new gay comic series.
George & Jerry reunited for Super Bowl ad.
Gay dads also show up in Super Bowl ad.
Full bathroom scene with Zac Efron's butt from That Awkward Moment.
A&F strips Steven R. McQueen, Colton Haynes & Diego Boneta.
I tend to side with victims when it comes to allegations of abuse if their charges seem consistent. And while I'm not a huge Woody Allen fan (I think he's a film great who has done some indelible films but who can sometimes deliver films so mannered and precious they're hard to sit through), I have to say that I don't understand the idea that Allen should not be honored for his work, which is what Mia Farrow and her brood and her supporters (including New York Times writer Nicholas Kristof) are saying.
First, Mia Farrow signed off on the use of her image in the Woody Allen tribute at the Golden Globes. That is a fact. So she has zero moral high ground on that issue.
Second, Dylan's older brother is now estranged from her and Mia and has spoken openly of Mia's household in terms of "brainwashing." Sex-abuse allegations don't just come out of nowhere, but an allegation that your mom is brainwashing you doesn't, either.