The next James Bond movie, “Spectre,” is massively over budget and on track to be one of the most expensive films ever made, costing more than $300 million
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After 10 years motivating contestants towards their weight-loss goals on NBC’s The Biggest Loser, fitness guru and star trainer Jillian Michaels has herself thrown in the towel on the reality show. But why?
At home, running after her 2-year-old son Phoenix, Michaels wants to make one thing clear: “I don’t want fans to think I feel like I’m too big for the show or that I’m seeking greener pastures. I’m so grateful to the show and so sad to leave.”
Yet, Michaels, 40, says, “there were some fundamental differences [with Loser’s producers] that have existed for a while.”
If it’s motivation you need, “Biggest Loser’s” Jillian Michaels has plenty to offer. Read on to get weight-loss secrets and delicious, healthy recipes – even brownies – from TV’s toughest trainer…
Jillian Michaels, the tough trainer on NBC’s hit series “The Biggest Loser,” likes a challenge.
Michael Sam believes he’s not on a NFL roster because of the fact he’s openly gay — telling TMZ Sports he strongly believes he’s got the talent to play in the league.
Sam was at LAX this morning when he was asked if he thinks NFL teams are shying away from him because of his sexual orientation … or if it has to do with the level of talent he faced after college.
“I think I was the SEC Defensive Player of the Year last year … so I don’t think it had to do with talent.”
Translation — he believes he’s on the outs because he’s out.
Sam says he’s still focused on getting back into the league … and told us the chances of Oprah ever reviving the reality show that was in the works before the draft are slim to none.
Rape is a hideous crime.
Besides the physical and emotional violence inflicted, depriving the victim of their basic human dignity is unconscionable. The charge of rape itself is worthy of our full attention; and if proven, the crime should demand the harshest punishment we can muster. But thanks to a corrupt media, that’s just not the way things work in America these days.
For instance, while decades old rape accusations against a black TV star named Bill are given front page headlines, more credible rape allegations against a Southern white President of the United States named Bill are ignored and the victims are savaged in the press.
Liberal politics, not people, matter to our evil media.
“It seems to me that in the gay community the people who should be running interference for NAM/BLA are the parents and friends of gays. Because if the parents and friends of gays are truly friends of gays, they would know from their gay kids that the relationship with an older man is precisely what 13-, 14-, and 15-year-old kids need more than anything else in the world.”
– Harry Hay, founder of the modern “gay rights” movement
None of it matters: Neither common sense, nor an abundance of victim testimony, peer-reviewed studies, nor their own loathsome admissions and actions. Nothing will move secular-”progressives” to acknowledge the undeniable interplay between homosexuality and childhood sexual abuse.
Whether it’s boy-raping “gay” priests, or boy-raping “gay” activists, the problem is systemic. Homosexual predators are targeting our boys.
You listening, Boy Scouts of America?
As we continue to recognize and celebrate the history of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) movement throughout the course of LGBT History Month, we wanted to shine a light on an identity that often does not receive the same attention or visibility as other members of the queer community: bisexuality.
Bisexual people are routinely invisible or invalidated — within both the straight and queer communities. Bisexual identity tends to be branded as greedy or illegitimate or it’s claimed that those who identify this way are merely in flux before settling at one end of the hetero/homo binary.
In an effort to counter the cultural push of bisexual identity to the outer fringes of our movement, here is a slideshow of 30 celebrities and icons who you may or may not know identify as bisexual.
The spotlight again will be trained on the alleged sexual abuse of minors by powerful Hollywood players when Amy Berg’s disturbing new documentary, An Open Secret, debuts at the DOC NYC film festival in New York on Nov. 14.
The subject was forced out of the shadows earlier this year when Michael Egan III filed lawsuits against X-Men director Bryan Singer, veteran TV executive Garth Ancier, former Disney exec David Neuman and producer Gary Goddard; all four denied the allegations, and by August, Egan had dropped the suits after prior inconsistent statements emerged (he also was scolded by a judge for lying in court). But now Egan is reemerging in a prominent role in Berg’s film, which focuses in part on the late 1990s Internet company Digital Entertainment Network headed by Marc Collins-Rector and Chad Shackley, who held alcohol- and drug-fueled parties attended by teen boys. “They would pull away the better-looking younger kids and keep them for their own afterparty,” where skinny-dipping was mandatory, says Egan in the film, alleging that Singer was in attendance.
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The documentary, which paints a broad picture of sexual exploitation in the entertainment industry, does not revisit the specific allegations in Egan’s lawsuits, nor does it characterize the men Egan sued as predators. But in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Berg defends her choice to include them, saying, “The question is, if you are an adult at one of these parties where so much is going on out in the open, what is your responsibility?” She admits, “I don’t know the ins and outs of the various suits,” but she is convinced of Egan’s general credibility.
Molotov Mitchell decries practice of ‘radical judges’ overturning voters’ will