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Kimberly Guilfoyle lookalike says she was discriminated against by TSA for attending pro-Trump boat party

Close-ups of Ceci Truman from her Instagram Live video.
Screengrabs via @ceci_truman on Instagram

This week, a newly discovered species of MAGA congressional candidate went on a Karen-style rant against airport security and got a reaction she likely wasn’t prepared for.

California candidate Ceci Truman, who is currently running for U.S. Congress in California’s 25th district, took to social media on Tuesday to reveal how the evil liberals of the Dallas Love Field airport are conspiring against her. Seeing a quadruple “S” marking on her boarding pass indicating extra security screening was simply too much for the almost-politician to bear.

Her reasoning? Well, she’d just attended a conservative event (a pro-Trump boat party), so any inconvenience she experienced at the airport (what she calls “harassment by our federal bureau”) afterward must be the work of conspirators on the left.

“I went to a boat rally in Florida,” she explains in the video. “Some of the Trump family members were supposed to be there and they had to back out for security reasons at the last moment. But the extended family was there. Other notable people were there as well.”

“As a candidate for Congress, this should not be happening.”

The intro snippet to her rant did numbers over on Twitter:

The full video is a good eight times as long as this snippet, mostly of her filming airport workers and TSA employees just trying to do their jobs.

With low follower counts on her main pages, she definitely was looking to get extra attention through this hissy fit. She got that attention and more — but probably not in the way she wanted.

Plenty of new eyes are on her, but they really wish they weren’t:

The TSA has, in fact, been known to profile and more heavily monitor certain groups of people. Those groups do not include “filler-plumped conservative Californians”, but try telling Ceci that.

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Bisexual ‘Love Island’ Star Megan Barton Hanson Rakes In $1.5 Million On OnlyFans

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Former Love Island star Megan Barton Hanson has been minting money after uploading her sexy pictures on the OnlyFans platform. The 28-year-old former reality star has reportedly made over $1.5 million from posting content on her OnlyFans in the last two years. 50 BEST CELEBRITY BIKINIS SLIDESHOW! Hanson starred in Love Island in 2018, which helped her develop a following in the U.K. and U.S. On the show, she finished the show in fourth place and started dating Wes Nelson. The couple didn’t last too long. Hanson, who is bisexual, started to date Demi Sims and Chelcee Grimes. Now, the reality st…

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Eurovision 2023 semi-final running orders and song entries confirmed

As the UK and Liverpool prepare for the arrival of the Eurovision Song Contest 2023, the running orders for the competition’s two Semi-Finals have finally been confirmed.

The order that each nation’s entry will perform in during Semi-Final One on Tuesday 9 May and Semi-Final Two on Thursday 11 May were announced by contest organisers at 6pm GMT on Wednesday (22 March).

With the ‘Big Five’ countries of the UK, France, Germany, Italy and Spain, plus last year’s winner Ukraine already guaranteed spots in Eurovision Grand Final on Saturday, 13 May, the other competing nations battle to secure their place during one of the two Semi-Finals.

Semi-Final entries were divided into two groups during the Eurovision Song Contest 2023: Handover and Allocation Draw in January, with the 10 that receive the most votes from each making it through to the Grand Final.

With all the Eurovision 2023 entry songs now confirmed – including the UK’s Mae Muller and her addictive dance-pop track “I Wrote A Song” – fans now have an idea of how the two Semi-Finals will unfold.

The BBC will once again broadcast the competition this year – and for the first time, Semi-Finals One and Two will both air on BBC One from 8pm GMT on Tuesday 9 May and Thursday 11 May respectively.

Here are the confirmed Eurovision Semi-Final running orders:

Semi-Final One running order (Tuesday 9 May)

1. Norway – “Queen of Kings” by Alessandra

2. Malta – “Dance (Our Own Party)”, The Busker

3. Serbia – “Samo mi se spava”, Luke Black

4. Latvia – “Aijā”, Sudden Lights

5. Portugal – “Ai Coração”, Mimicat

6. Ireland – “We Are One”, Wild Youth

7. Croatia – “Mama ŠČ!”, Let 3

8. Switzerland – “Watergun”, Remo Forrer

9. Israel – “Unicorn”, Noa Kirel

10. Moldova – “Soarele şi Luna”, Pasha Parfeni

11. Sweden – “Tattoo”, Loreen

12. Azerbaijan – “Tell Me More”, TuralTuranX

13. Czech Republic – “My Sister’s Crown”, Vesna

14. The Netherlands – “Burning Daylight”, Mia Nicolai and Dion Cooper

15. Finland – “Cha Cha Cha”, Käärijä

Plus previews of:

France – “Évidemment”, La Zarra (already through to Grand Final)

Germany – “Blood & Glitter”, Lord of the Lost (already through to Grand Final)

Italy – “Due vite”, Marco Mengoni (already through to Grand Final)

Semi-Final Two running order (Thursday 11 May)

1. Denmark – “Breaking My Heart”, Reiley

2. Armenia – “Future Lover”, Brunette

3. Romania – “D.G.T. (Off and On)”, Theodor Andrei

4. Estonia – “Bridges”, Alika

5. Belgium – “Because of You”, Gustaph

6. Cyprus – “Break A Broken Heart”, Andrew Lambrou

7. Iceland – “Power”, Diljá

8. Greece – “What They Say”, Victor Vernicos

9. Poland – “Solo”, Blanka

10. Slovenia – “Carpe Diem”, Joker Out

11. Georgia – “Echo”, Iru

12. San Marino – “Like An Animal”, Piqued Jacks

13. Austria – “Who The Hell Is Edgar?”, Teya and Salen

14. Albania – “Duje”, Albina & Familja Kelmendi

15. Lithuania – “Stay”, Monika Linkytė

16. Australia – “Promise”, Voyager

Plus previews of:

Spain – “Eaea”, Blanca Paloma (already through to Grand Final)

Ukraine – “Heart Of Steel”, Tvorchi (already through to Grand Final)

The UK – “I Wrote A Song”, Mae Muller (already through to Grand Final)

Hosts Rylan and AJ Odudu oversaw proceedings as Eurovision was officially handed over in January from last year’s host city, Turin, to Liverpool, which will become the first UK city to host the contest in 25 years.

Eurovision is taking place in the UK this year due to the ongoing Russian invasion of Ukraine, which won 2022’s competition with its entry “Stefania”, performed by rap group Kalush Orchestra.

The BBC has announced this year’s Eurovision slogan will be ‘United By Music’ to highlight the “incredible power of music to bring communities together”.

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LISTEN: This intersex jazz phenom spun his unique vocal traits into sonic gold

Jimmy Scott performs at the New Orleans Jazz.

One is hard-pressed to find openly intersex figures in popular culture, period. Folks like Olympian Caster Semenya, actor River Gallo, and model Hanne Gaby Odiele come to mind, but in much fewer numbers than many of the other communities under the LGBTQ+ umbrella.

This infrequency makes intersex representation all the more valuable, especially in figures throughout history. One such figure who spoke many times about his own secondary sex deviations (that he referred to as his “affliction” or “deficiency”) was jazz great Little Jimmy Scott.

Scott’s voice was singular and profound; a condition called Kallmann syndrome left his vocal folds and resonance largely unimpacted by the effects of testosterone that most cis men undergo. The result was a man with a smaller stature, a clean, charming face, and a smooth voice perfect for the jazzy stylings he excelled at.

In a piece for Them, intersex activist and essayist Sean Saifa Wall detailed the musician’s storied, accomplished history. From singing “Why Was I Born” at multiple presidential inaugurations across the decades to being the artist Madonna called “the only singer to make her cry”, Scott was recognized as one of the greats.

The likes of Marvin Gaye, Dinah Washington, Lou Reed and more are cited for their admiration of his exceptional talents. His discography and decades in the industry speak volumes to his legacy — but nothing moreso than his incredible, soft evening jazz sound.

Check out Jimmy Scott’s rendition of “Our Day Will Come”:

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Queer Chef Kristen Kish’s “Restaurants At the End Of The World” Is Must-Watch Foodie TV

What makes the show really interesting is that Kristen doesn’t just sit, eat the food, and talk to the camera. She is in the kitchen cooking and creating with the owners and chefs.

The post Queer Chef Kristen Kish’s “Restaurants At the End Of The World” Is Must-Watch Foodie TV appeared first on Autostraddle.

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Stephanie Hsu’s R-rated new movie has a 100% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, and the trailer proves why

Everything Everywhere All At Once star and Academy Award nominee Stephanie Hsu’s new movie Joy Ride has premiered to rave reviews.

Directed by Crazy Rich Asians writer Adele Lim, the highly-anticipated comedy centres on four unlikely friends who embark on a once-in-a-lifetime international adventure to find the birth mother of Audrey (Ashley Park).

Alongside Lolo (Sherry Cola), her irreverent, childhood best friend who also happens to be a hot mess, Kat (Stephanie Hsu), her college friend turned Chinese soap star, and Deadeye (Sabrina Wu), Lolo’s eccentric cousin, Audrey embarks on a journey of friendship, belonging, and wild debauchery that reveals the universal truth of what it means to know and love who you are. 

The hilarious new trailer sees the four friends set out on a quest to locate Audrey’s birth mother, accidentally take cocaine, and pretend to to be a K-Pop band in order to get through airport security.

At the time of reporting, Joy Ride is enjoying a 100% fresh rating on review aggregate site Rotten Tomatoes. Beware: the trailer below is Red Band…

The film marks Hsu’s first feature-length role since being nominated for Best Supporting Actress at the 2023 Academy Awards.

Produced by Seth Rogen’s production company, Point Grey Pictures, Joy Ride is sure to feature a generous sprinkling of raunchy humour – see the joke about smuggling cocaine up one’s a** for proof of that.

The film was written by Cherry Chevapravatdumrong & Teresa Hsiao, with screenwriter Lim co-producing alongside others.

“This journey began with me, Cherry, and Teresa wanting to tell a story with characters who look like us, about women who are messy and thirsty, but have so much heart,” Lim said in a statement.

“Point Grey and Lionsgate have been incredible allies and partners from day one, and I am thrilled to be making my directing debut with them on a story that’s so special to me.”

Joy Ride is set to be released in UK cinemas on 23 June and 7 July in the US.

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I’ll Watch Anything With Witchy Women

One fateful trip to Blockbuster in 1996 brought a movie into my life that would change me on a cellular level.

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I’ll Watch Anything With Witchy Women

One fateful trip to Blockbuster in 1996 brought a movie into my life that would change me on a cellular level.

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Restricting pronoun use in schools gets early backing in Florida Senate

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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Republican lawmakers say Florida school employees should not be allowed to call students by pronouns that differ from those given to them at birth — even in cases when a parent is OK with it. The idea is moving forward in proposed legislation that would also require every public K-12 school to have a policy that says it is “false” to ascribe to a person a pronoun that does not correspond to their assigned sex, which under the law would be defined as an “immutable, or unchanging, biological trait.” It is the latest salvo in the state’s ongoing battle over transgender rights …

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Iowa School District Removes Book, Caves to Far-Right Online Bullying

Library booksA school district in Iowa allowed itself to be bullied into removing a book from school libraries after being mentioned by far-right extremist Chaya Raichik and her Libs of TikTok account despite having established procedures around library materials.

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