Disturbed ex-American Apparel CEO Dov Charney rocks out with his cock out in front of two female employees in a video that's surfaced following his unceremonious dumping. What is his problem? Mental issues? Drugs?
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Model Sena Cech rebuts Richardson's defense. Harshly.
The family that owns Hobby Lobby wants an American theocracy.
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EVERYTHING BUT THE GIRL: Ben Watt in NYC.
Twin rugby butts. (Work Unfriendly)
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Ian Ziering is (sorta) stripping at 50.
PIC: Gaga & Tony Bennett surprise students at Frank Sinatra School of the Arts.
Megan Hilty appears on debut of American Blend.
Miley Cyrus wasn't happy being beaten by Selena Gomez.
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Pittsburgh mayor marries 19 same-sex couples!
KFC asks 3-year-old to leave because her damaged face bothers patrons?
Until There's a Cure—raising HIV awareness since 1993.
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The coded queer vibes of Eddie Cantor.
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Adore Delano's new ballad is as good as anything on Top 40 radio.
So, like, Justin Bieber is or was a straight up racist.
Jonah Hill is deeply sorry for using the word “faggot.”
Heart-tugging footage of the late Mickey Rooney speaking on elder abuse.
Madonna wants to help save Detroit.
Adrien Grenier is hung, has bush for days.
Hillary Clinton says she has “moved on” from Monica.
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Chicago Sun-Times backs down on gross anti-trans op ed.
J.Lo's boy-toy Casper (not-so-)Smart flirts naked with a trans woman.
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The brouhaha over souvenirs being sold in a gift shop a the site of the 9/11 Museum confuses me.
When I first heard about it, I assumed the issue was that the items being sold were tone deaf tchotchkes, but most of the items I've seen seem perfectly sober and patriotic and respectful. What's so wrong about selling someone a pin that pays tribute to fallen police officers? Nothing, as far as I can see. I do think a case could be made that a vest for your pet dog or children's toys are inappropriately lighthearted.
But the controversy seems to be over the propriety of selling anything on the site, which some victims' families have called “sacred.” (This contention is backed up by the fact that human remains exist on the site.)
In a fresh interview with Anderson Cooper, Magic Johnson talks about “uneducated” Donald Sterling, refuting his claims that black people don't help each other and noting that the man seems to be living in “the stone ages.”
Donald Sterling is 10 times more disgusting than previously thought, and for all of his apologists who are so hung up on his being entrapped (ha) by that shameless grifter V Stiviano—whose possession of a vagina probably makes her far more of a fall girl than she would've been otherwise—his revolting interview with Anderson Cooper should prove that.
With a palpable lack of sincerity, Sterling says:
“I'm not a racist. I made a terrible, terrible mistake. And I'm here with you today to apologize, and to ask for forgiveness for all the people that I've hurt.”
On Magic Johnson, he says the basketball legend called him and urged him not to go to the media, implying that Johnson was manipulating his response in order to buy the Clippers because AIDS:
“Here is a man who's...I don't know if I should say this...he acts so holy! I mean, he made love to every girl in every city in America and he had AIDS. And when he had those AIDS [sic], I went to my synagogue and I prayed for him. I hoped he could live and be well. I didn't criticize him...I could have. Is he an example for children? You know, because he has money, he's able to treat himself. But Magic Johnson is irrelevant in this thing. He didn't do anything harmful to anybody, and I respect him, and I admire everything that he does. I'd like to help even more if he would offer me an opportunity to help. I like to help minorities!”
Later, Sterling again brought up Johnson's HIV status:
Sterling: “What has he done, can you tell me? Biiig Magic Johnson...what has he done?”
Cooper: “Well, he has, he's a businesperson…”
Sterling: “He's got AIDS! Did he do any business, I like—did he help anybody in South L.A.”
Cooper: “I think he has HIV—he doesn't actually have full-blown AIDS.”
Sterling: “Well, what kind of a guy goes to every city, has sex with every girl, then he catches HIV...is that someone we wanna respect and tell our kids about? I think he should be ashamed of himself. I think he should go into the background. But what does he do for the black people? He doesn't do anything.”
Sterling contends that Jewish people help each other, implying that black people don't. When Cooper pushed him on that point, Sterling blew up, saying, “There's no African-American—” before catching himself and deciding not to finish the thought.
This will do wonders for Jewish/African-American relations.
V Stiviano may indeed be a gold-digging fraud, but she's also, apparently, a bit of a whistleblower.
UPDATE: Sharon Lettman-Hicks, Exec Director and CEO of the National Black Justice Coalition, reacts: