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JoJo Siwa reveals the names of her future children as she jokes about having a sperm donor ready

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has already named her future children. The 20-year-old star- who is currently single but in recent years has dated Kylie Prew and Avery Cyrus – was sporting a set of fake tattoos on her arm and revealed that she has dedicated two of them to her future children, noting that she hopes to have one little girl named Freddie and twin boys named Freddie and Eddie as she joked that she already has a sperm donor ready. She told Access Hollywood: “I have two tattoos dedicated to them, one dedicated to my baby girl Freddie and one dedicated to my twin boys Eddie and Teddie – I already have a s…

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Where Is the Outrage About Palestinian Survivors of Sexual Violence?

Sexual violence towards Palestinians is rampant, systemic, and underreported, and what makes it particularly appalling is how little attention it receives and the skepticism with which it is treated abroad.

The post Where Is the Outrage About Palestinian Survivors of Sexual Violence? appeared first on Autostraddle.

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How To Handle Traumatic Resurgence During Sex

Trauma has a way of resurfacing in vulnerable moments. It can happen even if there’s no relationship between that trauma and sex.

The post How To Handle Traumatic Resurgence During Sex appeared first on Autostraddle.

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Queer Eye name replacement for Bobby Berk

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‘Queer Eye’ star is to be replace by Rachel Zoe’s former styling associate . Bosses behind the hit series have been searching for a new member of the Fab Five following the expert’s decision to quit after eight seasons – and they have now revealed Jeremiah will be brought in to appear alongside , Jonathan Van Ness, Karamo Brown and Tan France in series nine. The interior designer will take over from Berk for the new episodes which are going to be set in Las Vegas with the new recruit looking after the home makeover part of the sho…

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The first reviews for Nicholas Galitzine’s horny historical romp, Mary & George, are in: ‘A dramatic treat’

Nicholas Galitzine and Julianne Moore are getting gay, bloody and hysterical in Sky’s horny new period drama Mary & George. And, if the reviews are right, it’s well worth a watch.

Based on a true story and Benjamin Woolley’s 2017 book The King’s Assassin, the new seven-part series sees Red, White & Royal Blue star Galitzine take on another queer role, this time as bisexual nobleman George Villiers.

After his cunning, deceptive and occasionally murderous mother Mary, the Countess of Buckingham, (May December’s Moore) is told that her position in society is soon to become “untenable”, following the death of her husband, she concocts a plan to have her son seduce England’s King James I – James the VI in Scotland – (Mayflies star Tony Curran).

In the first two trailers, fans see the plan come to fruition, as George and the king go from strangers to explicit lovers in no time at all.

Plus, in the second trailer, even Mary goes gay, as it appears she’ll stop at nothing to become one of the 17th-century monarch’s most-trusted allies.

Ahead of the series premiere on Tuesday (5 March), the first reviews are in, and critics are (mostly) raving over the “sex-filled historical romp”.

Writing in The Guardian, Joel Golby praised the drama for its “enjoyable historical queerness”, noting that while Mary & George “pulsates with ‘romp’ energy,” it’s the performances and “wicked little characters” that sell it.

“What a little dramatic treat,” he said.

In a four-star review for the Evening Standard, Elizabeth Gregory also seemed to have enjoyed the “sexy, sweary period drama”, and agreed that “romp” is certainly the most fitting word to describe it.

“There are orgies, a penis swinging in the shadows and an intimate look at how George, er, prepares himself for the king,” Gregory revealed, adding that the constant shagging brings about a “lively, thrillerish quality”.

The acting, from both Moore and Galitzine, is “superb”, too, according to the Radio Times’ Morgan Cormack. The pair are the “electric energy” that bring the “salacious, witty” drama to life, with the “chillingly cold” Moore stealing the show, she said.

Nicholas Galitzine sets out to seduce a king in Mary & George. (Sky TV/ AMC)

Digital Spy writer Rebecca Cook also gave the series four stars, commending it for offering “the blackest of humour”, “queer and earned” sex scenes, and Galitzine “in a state of desirous undress”.

In slightly less favourable reviews, The Independent and The Telegraph – both of which awarded three stars out of a possible five – dubbed it “a rather familiar set-up” to Yorgos Lanthimos’ Oscar-winning The Favourite.

“It’s not just the narrative that feels lifted from that Olivia Colman-led love triangle. The tone, too, is similarly irreverent and anachronistic,” wrote The Independent’s chief TV critic Nick Hilton.

Mary & George begins at 9pm on Sky Atlantic and Sky Showcase on Tuesday (5 March) in the UK and on Starz on 5 April in the US.

The post The first reviews for Nicholas Galitzine’s horny historical romp, Mary & George, are in: ‘A dramatic treat’ appeared first on PinkNews | Latest lesbian, gay, bi and trans news | LGBTQ+ news.

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The first reviews for Nicholas Galitzine’s horny historical romp, Mary & George, are in: ‘A dramatic treat’

Nicholas Galitzine and Julianne Moore are getting gay, bloody and hysterical in Sky’s horny new period drama Mary & George. And, if the reviews are right, it’s well worth a watch.

Based on a true story and Benjamin Woolley’s 2017 book The King’s Assassin, the new seven-part series sees Red, White & Royal Blue star Galitzine take on another queer role, this time as bisexual nobleman George Villiers.

After his cunning, deceptive and occasionally murderous mother Mary, the Countess of Buckingham, (May December’s Moore) is told that her position in society is soon to become “untenable”, following the death of her husband, she concocts a plan to have her son seduce England’s King James I – James the VI in Scotland – (Mayflies star Tony Curran).

In the first two trailers, fans see the plan come to fruition, as George and the king go from strangers to explicit lovers in no time at all.

Plus, in the second trailer, even Mary goes gay, as it appears she’ll stop at nothing to become one of the 17th-century monarch’s most-trusted allies.

Ahead of the series premiere on Tuesday (5 March), the first reviews are in, and critics are (mostly) raving over the “sex-filled historical romp”.

Writing in The Guardian, Joel Golby praised the drama for its “enjoyable historical queerness”, noting that while Mary & George “pulsates with ‘romp’ energy,” it’s the performances and “wicked little characters” that sell it.

“What a little dramatic treat,” he said.

In a four-star review for the Evening Standard, Elizabeth Gregory also seemed to have enjoyed the “sexy, sweary period drama”, and agreed that “romp” is certainly the most fitting word to describe it.

“There are orgies, a penis swinging in the shadows and an intimate look at how George, er, prepares himself for the king,” Gregory revealed, adding that the constant shagging brings about a “lively, thrillerish quality”.

The acting, from both Moore and Galitzine, is “superb”, too, according to the Radio Times’ Morgan Cormack. The pair are the “electric energy” that bring the “salacious, witty” drama to life, with the “chillingly cold” Moore stealing the show, she said.

Nicholas Galitzine sets out to seduce a king in Mary & George. (Sky TV/ AMC)

Digital Spy writer Rebecca Cook also gave the series four stars, commending it for offering “the blackest of humour”, “queer and earned” sex scenes, and Galitzine “in a state of desirous undress”.

In slightly less favourable reviews, The Independent and The Telegraph – both of which awarded three stars out of a possible five – dubbed it “a rather familiar set-up” to Yorgos Lanthimos’ Oscar-winning The Favourite.

“It’s not just the narrative that feels lifted from that Olivia Colman-led love triangle. The tone, too, is similarly irreverent and anachronistic,” wrote The Independent’s chief TV critic Nick Hilton.

Mary & George begins at 9pm on Sky Atlantic and Sky Showcase on Tuesday (5 March) in the UK and on Starz on 5 April in the US.

The post The first reviews for Nicholas Galitzine’s horny historical romp, Mary & George, are in: ‘A dramatic treat’ appeared first on PinkNews | Latest lesbian, gay, bi and trans news | LGBTQ+ news.

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World's largest psych association passes policy supporting trans youth care by massive margin

APA websiteOn Wednesday, Feb. 28, the American Psychological Association announced in a historic policy resolution that it opposes gender-affirming care bans for transgender youth. The association, the largest psychological organization in the world with 157,000 members, declared, “Government bans on gender-affirming care disregard the comprehensive body of psychological and medical research supporting the positive impact of gender-affirming treatments,” and resolves the organization’s support for the necessity of that care for transgender youth and adults. The policy, which passed 153-9, is the strongest yet from the organization in support of gender-affirming care and represents a major consensus among leading psychologists on the importance of gender-affirming care for youth and adults.

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PHOTOS: Ricky Martin, Princess Di, Lady Gaga & other divas who conquered the shoulder pad

shoulder pads

Nothing says drama like a fierce set of shoulders pads.

In the ’70s and ’80s, Claude Montana revolutionized the fashion industry with designs featuring aggressive silhouettes and strong curves that defined an era of power dressing and made him known as the “king of the shoulder pad.”

The gay French designer initially launched the House of Montana in 1979 and rode a wave of success over the next decade.

The over-the-top trend caught on fast and soon everyone from Hollywood actresses to Wall Street bankers were clamoring to make sure their shoulders looked as exaggerated as possible.

Claude Montana
Claude Montana displays his women’s haute couture line for Lanvin in Paris circa 1989.

By the ’90s, Montana’s diva glamazon aesthetic went out of favor with the rise of grunge and waifish models. After shuttering his boutiques and filing for bankruptcy in 1997, Montana shunned the the jet-set for a more reclusive life near his Paris home.

On February 23, 2024, Montana died at the age of 76, according to the NY Times. A cause of death has not been released.

Montana’s influence can be felt far and wide. From Dynasty to Miami Vice and Princess Diana to Lady Gaga, shoulder pads have been part of pop culture for more than 40 years.

To honor Claude Montana’s legacy, click through to see some of the finer moments in shoulder pad fashion history.

Joan Collins – 1986

Joan Collins

Alexis Carrington wouldn’t be caught dead without her shoulder pads.

Ricky Martin – 1994

Ricky Martin

Ricky’s been livin’ la vida loca forever!

Adam Lambert – 2021

Adam Lambert

Rock star status on lock.

David Byrne – 1984

The Suit.

Grace Jones – 1981

Grace Jones

There are icons and then there’s Grace.

Kylie Minogue – 2022

Kylie Minogue

This power suit goes Padam Padam!

Princess Diana – 1988

Princess Diana

Forever Queen.

Sam Smith – 2023

Sam Smith

Sam knows shoulder pads are blowing up again.

Linda Evangelista – 1991

Linda Evangelista

Supermodel of the world.

Lady Gaga – 2008

Lady Gaga

Before there was Mother Monster, it was all about shoulder pads and Herve Leger bandage dresses.

Milli Vanilli – 1990

Milli Vanilli

Girl you know it’s true they wore shoulder pads!

Miami Vice – 1985

Miami Vice

Crockett and Tubbs knew the deal.

The Vivienne – 2022

The Vivienne

Shantay you stay, kween!

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PHOTOS: Ricky Martin, Princess Di, Lady Gaga & other divas who conquered the shoulder pad

shoulder pads

Nothing says drama like a fierce set of shoulders pads.

In the ’70s and ’80s, Claude Montana revolutionized the fashion industry with designs featuring aggressive silhouettes and strong curves that defined an era of power dressing and made him known as the “king of the shoulder pad.”

The gay French designer initially launched the House of Montana in 1979 and rode a wave of success over the next decade.

The over-the-top trend caught on fast and soon everyone from Hollywood actresses to Wall Street bankers were clamoring to make sure their shoulders looked as exaggerated as possible.

Claude Montana
Claude Montana displays his women’s haute couture line for Lanvin in Paris circa 1989.

By the ’90s, Montana’s diva glamazon aesthetic went out of favor with the rise of grunge and waifish models. After shuttering his boutiques and filing for bankruptcy in 1997, Montana shunned the the jet-set for a more reclusive life near his Paris home.

On February 23, 2024, Montana died at the age of 76, according to the NY Times. A cause of death has not been released.

Montana’s influence can be felt far and wide. From Dynasty to Miami Vice and Princess Diana to Lady Gaga, shoulder pads have been part of pop culture for more than 40 years.

To honor Claude Montana’s legacy, click through to see some of the finer moments in shoulder pad fashion history.

Joan Collins – 1986

Joan Collins

Alexis Carrington wouldn’t be caught dead without her shoulder pads.

Ricky Martin – 1994

Ricky Martin

Ricky’s been livin’ la vida loca forever!

Adam Lambert – 2021

Adam Lambert

Rock star status on lock.

David Byrne – 1984

The Suit.

Grace Jones – 1981

Grace Jones

There are icons and then there’s Grace.

Kylie Minogue – 2022

Kylie Minogue

This power suit goes Padam Padam!

Princess Diana – 1988

Princess Diana

Forever Queen.

Sam Smith – 2023

Sam Smith

Sam knows shoulder pads are blowing up again.

Linda Evangelista – 1991

Linda Evangelista

Supermodel of the world.

Lady Gaga – 2008

Lady Gaga

Before there was Mother Monster, it was all about shoulder pads and Herve Leger bandage dresses.

Milli Vanilli – 1990

Milli Vanilli

Girl you know it’s true they wore shoulder pads!

Miami Vice – 1985

Miami Vice

Crockett and Tubbs knew the deal.

The Vivienne – 2022

The Vivienne

Shantay you stay, kween!

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Mitch McConnell leaves as the Senate’s longest-serving coward

President George W Bush Senate leader Mitch McConnell Vice President Dick Cheney three henchmen next to Mitch McConnell smirk during former president donald trump speechWhen I tell people that the first guy I dated when I was on Capitol Hill worked for Mitch McConnell, the standard response is “Are you serious?” It wasn’t like we were walking around holding hands and going to Mitch and his wife Elaine’s house for dinner.

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