ABOVE: Push-up bro.
ABOVE: Push-up bro.
ABOVE: Intensity is a good word.
Tonight's episode of ABC's Modern Family will feature a performance by trans child actor Jackson Millarker.
Millarker plays Lily's friend Tom in A Stereotypical Day, which is apparently going to gently mock the well-intentioned liberalism of Lily's daddies when they misunderstand her new friendship.
Sounds like it's right up the show's alley.
Towleroad: Peter Thiel thinks a billionaire being outed = athletes living in anti-gay countries being outed. No.
Does polyamory hold the key to what really killed Robert Wone 10 years ago?
Throw my book away—this is the best-ever assessment of Madonna's movie career.
Seeing Modern Family's Ariel Winter looking like this bothers me. Not slut-shaming, it's ... something, though.
Rudy Giuliani, mayor of NYC on 9/11: "Before Obama, we didn't have any successful radical Islamic attacks in the US" pic.twitter.com/YcSNOVeZaP— Mashable News (@MashableNews) August 15, 2016
I'm not gonna slam The Real O'Neals star Noah Galvin for his at-times unfortunate, at-times excitingly candid interview with Vulture, in which I think he sounds too sure of himself by a factor of four, but I do think some of what he says is a bit misguided.
First off, I like that he's honest and has positions. He admires Dan Savage and I think that Savage's outspokenness is rubbing off:
I love him a lot. He's the smartest gay man you'll ever meet in your life. He's the most articulate. The thing about Dan is he is primed for combat at all times. Like, ready to throw down. And not only ready to throw down, but ready to win whatever debate. And he will.
He's also to be admired for being a 22-year-old who is out and proud, and who recognizes the impact of being out:
Via ExtraTV: Check out this simple video from Everytown for Gun Safety, in which stars and other citizens call for a solution to gun violence—and express hope that it can be achieved.
Good luck IDing every celebrity in there (they're not all lefties—Melissa Joan Hart is there), but I want credit for spotting Donny Most immediately ...
Reid Ewing, so charming on Modern Family, has followed last week's news of his plastic surgery and body dysmorphia with a casual coming-out.
In a tweet regarding a Good Morning America segment on body dysmorphia, Ewing said of Eugene Bata:
Saw Eugene Bata on @GMA in the Body Dysmorphia segment connected to my article and I just want to say he is hot af.— Reid Ewing (@media_reid) November 21, 2015
When questioned on if his tweet constituted coming out, Ewing replied that he was never in.