The first season of FX’s Feud: Bette & Joan hasn’t even started yet—it’s this Sunday, March 5, set your DVRs—but that hasn’t stopped FX from ordering a second season from creator Ryan Murphy.
And season two’s feud? Feud: Charles & Diana! No word on whether this will be the whole marriage, or just the final few years.
But still, since they can’t do Feud: Hillary & Donald, this is the next best thing.
San Francisco has never been a city to shy away from saying what it feels and, well, now this ...
Beginning on February 23rd, and continuing on, San Francisco City Hall will light up with the colors of the transgender flag—pink, white, and light blue—in response to _____’s roll back of protections for transgender students.
I think it looks gorgeous.
So, I was watching GMA this week and they were set to announce the latest contestants on Dancing With The ‘Hey, Didn’t You Used To Be Somebody?’ Stars. And amazingly enough one person who was ALLEGED to have been asked said, “Oh hell no.”
Hillary Clinton. Seriously. They asked Hillary Clinton to appear on their bumbling show.
I mean, who did they think she was: Rick Perry?
In Good LGBT News ... Arizona Wildcats recruit My-King Johnson will become the first openly gay football scholarship player in the NCAA.
King had verbally committed to UCLA before flipping to Arizona possibly, and I don’t know if this is for sure, but possibly because, when he told UA assistant coach Vince Amey about his orientation, Amey said:
“We want you to be a Wildcat.”
And that was what Johnson wanted to hear, and now he’s become a trailblazer of sorts:
“I do feel like when I say that, it can put a target on my back, but whatever.”
Good luck My-King ... ooh, that sounds kinda odd!
So Bates Motel is back for its final season and Mother is dead and Norman’s lost his mind and bodies are piling up at the motel.
And Rihanna is set to play the Janet Leigh role—stabbed in the shower, you know—as the season, and series ends but ...
First we have Austin Nichols, as the husband of a woman, a live woman, that Norman thinks looks suspiciously like Mother.
And Austin might not be such a good guy, but he is deliciously, evilly hot ... Carry on.
Damn it. A week or so ago American Horror Story creator Ryan Murphy was on Watch What Happens Live and suggested that the next season of the fright-fest might be the scariest ever because it was going to be based on the election last fall of _____.
Talk about horror! But now Murphy is saying he might have been a wee bit drunk when he said that and walked that idea back:
“The themes of ‘American Horror Story’ have always been allegories. You will not see [Donald] Trump and [Hillary] Clinton as characters on the show.”
He did mention, though, that AHS favorite, Sarah Paulson, would make a perfect Minister of Propaganda and AlternativeFactoid.
While I might have enjoyed a horror version of that horrible election, the idea of reliving that mess for a few months might have been too much even for me.
I love this story ... did you know that when you donate to Planned Parenthood you receive a Thank You letter? And if you donate in someone else’s name they receive a Thank You note? That happened last year when thousand s of folks donated to the cause in the name of Mike Pence and he received thousands of Thank You’s.
And now folks have been donating to Planned Parenthood in the name of Greg Locke, the pastor of something called Global Vision Bible Church and poor Greg has gone off on Facebook ...
‘SINCE PLANNED PARENTHOOD IS TAKING HUNDREDS OF DONATIONS IN MY NAME, I’LL REPOST THIS VIDEO. THIS IS ONE FIGHT I WILL NOT BACK DOWN FROM.”
Easy on the all-caps, Cowboy! Who do you think you are, the president?
Locke is anti-gay, anti-women’s right, anti-choice, anti-transgender, and even went last year posting videos denouncing Target’s gender-neutral bathroom policy.
Locke is also known as a “pervert hunter” though he might not be so good at that because just three years ago he hired a youth pastor who was later arrested on multiple counts of raping a thirteen-year-old girl.
So, if you wish to donate to PP, do it in Greg Locke’s name. Thank you.
So that picture ... of Kellyanne Conway, propped up on the couch in the Oval office looking like a stuffed, dumbassed lapdog, after taking a picture of Hair Furor with representatives from Historically Black Colleges and Universities.
What a display of disrespect from the C U Next Tuesday except .... Kellyanne is the victim, y’all:
“I was very busy today and didn’t follow a lot of [the controversy] but I know there are a couple of reports at least showing what happened. And what happened is we had the largest gathering of men and women to date in the Oval Office for a picture. I was being asked to take a picture in a crowded room with the press behind us. I was asked to take a certain angle and was doing exactly that. I certainly meant no disrespect, I didn’t mean to have my feet on the couch. It is venomous, it is vicious, it bothers my children to be frank with you. I have 24/7 Secret Service protection because people do wish us harm and people should take that very seriously. I’m not a victim at all but people should take very seriously the import of their words when I meant no disrespect. This came from a journalist that is not happy that Donald Trump is the President. But I just want people to focus on the great work of the HBCU presidents and how honored we were to have them here.”
Um, Kellyanne, you remarkably dip-shitted tool? No one questions the angle at which you took the picture, but we are wondering why you propped your foul ass on the couch like one of the Queen’s prized Corgi’s and then, after the photo, played tag the picture on Facebook while still sitting on the couch like a dog.
Show some respect in the last days you have in this job. You are an embarrassment. You knew you were being photographed because you said you were in front of a slew of photographers. Seriously, bitch, and I mean that in the most disrespectful way possible, is there one topic about which you will not lie?
That’s a rhetorical question.