El cinturón de seguridad, Perras As you may or may not already know, I have a deep love and wish to be in a Telenovela. That’s a Spanish soap opera. It’s […]
Charmed again Yesterday, the newest reboot of 2018 debuted on the CW. The rebirth of “Charmed.” The originally aired from 1998 to 2006 on the WB, the original incarnation of […]
Dear closeted LGBTQA+, Today is National Coming Out Day. For many, coming out is way to finally express yourself without hiding who you are. Everyone should have the ability to […]
Now that we have had time to let the entire album that Ariana Grande released sink in, let’s have a real conversation about our thoughts on “Sweetener.”
Lindsay Lohan is taking a break from being a Diplomat and Social Justice Warrior to spread democracy on a much big scale. She going to MTV. Yep, that’s right. Lindsay is getting her reality show.
There’s no denying that Reese Witherspoon is America’s sweetheart. With the thought of “Legally Blonde 3” in everyone mind, I thought it was time to review the most underrated movie of the early 2000s.
If you were like me, you couldn’t wait for Big Brother 20 to begin. Especially after the shitshow that we got in Big Brother 19. Well, it here and the one positive thing about it so far is that Paul isn’t on it. Personally, I would have teased his return just to see the world burn.
Let’s just point out that I have no clue about stripping and I’ve never done it. But I know sexy and what people want to take their clothes off to. You can thank Mr. Charlie Puth for this list because it’s all for him. Yesterday, Mr. Puth tweeted the world and ask for stripper anthems. Well, it’s time to countdown my list of Stripper anthems.
Today we are going to talk about something that one would assume is common sense. It’s 50 shades of wrong to bring up someone’s sexuality when describing them to a person. People are just ignorant.
“Love, Simon” is a 2018 romantic comedy based on the book “Simon vs the Homo Sapien Agenda” by Becky Albertalli. Directed by Greg Berlanti, who wrote and produced CW’s shows like “Arrow,” “Riverdale,” and “The Flash,” the movie is the first major studio film that features gay teenage romance.