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Oh No They Didn't! - LiveJournal.com

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    Bless Wendy Mericle for making this show somewhat good again


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    Peter Robbins, the actor who voiced Charlie Brown back in the day in all of those TV specials that you've seen a hundred times, recently plead guilty to making death threats to a county sheriff. According to US Weekly and The L.A. Times, while in court Robbins admitted that he actually tried to hire someone to kill the sheriff.

    Robbins went on to claim that he was mentally ill having been previously diagnosed as bipolar and also having schizophrenia and that he "committed no crime". Except that criminal threat is in fact a crime and he faces over four years in jail.

    Robbins previously served four months in prison after violating terms of his probation from threatening an ex-girlfriend and her plastic surgeon.

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    Have you ever been convicted of a crime?

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    -Camila and Shawn sing backstage at the 1989 Tour
    -Shawn says they wrote the chorus and pre-chorus in 30 minutes
    -They finished the song in an 11 hour studio session
    -Camila says the song is a conversation between 2 people who know, but won't admit that their relationship is dying




    -Elvis Duran confirmed that their first promo spot will be an interview on his show that day the single comes out (Nov 18th)
    -Most radio stations are already promoting this song since Shawn's "Stiches" is a big hit

    Source: YouTube, Twitter

    Shawn and Camila seem to be doing a lot of social media promo with this countdown...  they even have a website created: ikwydls.com. And radio promo is confirmed... I wonder if they'll do any televised performances. Island Records is caping hard for Camila even though 5H are part of Epic. Let's hope 5H2 gets as much promo as this does, or else 5H fans will be even more angry.

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    Also, the cast was on The View today


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    The pace certainly kicked up this ep O.O

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    Isn't that a picture from Sorcerer's Apprentice?

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    Basically a run-down of the history and categories of LGBT women on film






    Cross-Dressing to Challenge Gender Roles
    In the early days of film lesbianism was a taboo subject, if it even came up at all. The first forays into queerness for ladies on film came with gender-bending cross-dressing. Katharine Hepburn plays two of these roles. First in Christopher Strong (1933) and again in Sylvia Scarlett (1936) she plays Sylvia who disguises herself as a boy to avoid suspicion while running from the cops with her father. Queen Christina (1933) showed Sweden’s famous Queen as she preferred to dress and Morocco (1930) featured the infamous scene of Marlene Dietrich in a top-hat and a suit.



    Lesbians as Villains
    Eventually lesbianism was allowed to shown (or at least hinted at) on screen. While the films could show it, they could definitely not be condoning it, which is why many of them were portrayed as antagonists and even straight up villains. In Rebecca (1940) it was terrifying Ms. Danvers haunting poor Joan Fontaine. There’s also Caged (1950) and The Balcony (1963) that show LGBT women in questionable light.



    Lesbians Vampires
    Perhaps an extension of the villainous lesbian trope is the lesbian vampire one. Vampirism is something sexy yet forbidden; alluring yet dangerous. It makes sense that this was how lesbianism was thought of as well. Dracula’s Daughter (1936) was the first film to touch on this but did so in a suitably subtle way. It wasn’t until decades later that exploitation came into play for lesbian vampires. Blood and Roses (1960) retells the famous Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu story of Carmilla. Other tales of female vampires preying on unsuspecting victims were extremely popular in the 1960’s and 1970’s including Vampyros Lesbos (1971), Countess Dracula (1971), and another Carmilla story, The Vampire Lovers (1970). The Hunger (1983)’s villains were much more three-dimensional than it’s predecessors. In today’a age, lesbian vampire usually appear in low-budget horrors such as We Are the Night (2010) or as a satire in one of my personal favorite, Lesbian Vampire Killers (2009), which seems to mock society’s sexualization with LGBT women.



    No Happy Endings Allowed
    Eventually the censors started to allow more overt lesbian tones in films. However, being gay was still very much frowned upon. This meant that gay and lesbian characters in the mid-20th century could never have happy endings. They also somehow had to pay the ultimate price for their sexuality, whether that be unhappiness or even death.The Children’s Hour (1961), The Fox (1967) The Killing of Sister George (1968), Personal Best (1982) and Lianna (1983) all show the unhappiness that being queer will bring you and despite having representation, declines to show many positives that go along with being openly LGBT.



    The Lesbian Revolution
    By the 1980’s we finally started seeing LGBT characters who weren’t brutally murdered or otherwise an example of moral misbehavior. The shining beacon of light was Desert Hearts (1985) about two women who fall in love at a Nevada Ranch. After that came a flurry of three-dimensional lesbian characters in films that explored the realistic and diverse lifestyles of LGBT ladies. Some of these include Go Fish (1994), Watermelon Women (1995), The Incredibly True Adventure of Two Girls in Love (1995), When Night Is Falling (1995) Better Than Chocolate (1999), and If These Walls Could Talk 2 (2000). This all culminated in the social commentary satire turned cult classic But I’m A Cheerleader (2001).



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    Favorite LGBT movies everybody?

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    Lol @ everyone but Wes getting dicked down. Does this show know what chill is?

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    Mindy Kaling, infamous for living out her Stormfront dating fantasies via The Mindy Project, issued a grumpy Tweet earlier after years of being dragged for only dating white dudes on her show and being overall thirsty for white dick. Probably had something to do with people questioning Aziz Ansari's dating choices on Master of None, but I didn't look into it that much tbh.




    Then made a Taylor Swift-esque girl-power clapback to a reporter:




    ...she then followed this all up with a pining Tweet to on-again, off-again friend/lover/old-white-dude who-pretends-to-be-a-teenaged-girl-sometimes, BJ Novak:





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    are you ever accused of being self-hating and/or desperate for white approval, ontd?

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    It's been such a long wait. Hopefully it's a different trailer than what we saw at San Diego Comic Con.

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  • 11/12/15--20:51: Zayn out in NYC🗽 today












  • instagram update

  • he changed his profile photo on twitter (the same picture but in color)



  • and he also took pictures with fans outside his hotel yesterday and when they asked him when he was gonna release new music, he said: "soon" (but is it "girl band soon"? or "soon"?)



  • source: zdn via fuckyeahzarry, zayn's instagram and 247paps.tv

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    Fifth Harmony, the pop group behind the smash single “Worth It,” set their limits. Worth it or not? The girls weigh in!

    Ally Brooke
    Giving up music for any other job?Not worth it! “Hell to the no! Unless it was helping people working in a hospital.”


    Wearing braces for a full year?Worth it! “I wore Invisalign, so if they’re going to get your teeth straight for the rest of your life and it’s only going to be a year, I say go for it, for sure.”

    Eating an entire pepperoni pizza by yourself?Worth it! “Oh, my gosh, so worth it! I’ve done that before in Chicago, New York — a lot of places!”


    Dinah Jane Hansen
    Becoming Taylor Swift’s roommate?Worth it! “We’d jam all day! She’d play me country and I’d get her into trap.”


    Being Justin Bieber’s girlfriend?Worth it! “Wow. I don’t think that will ever happen. Maybe in the next lifetime. …That would definitely be interesting, if nothing else.”

    Replacing one of the members of the group with a male singer?Not worth it! “I would not switch out one of my girls.”


    Normani Kordei
    Sitting next to Donald Trump in coach en route to a free trip to paradise?Not worth it! “I’d just be angry the whole time and we’d keep fighting.”


    Hiring Cookie Lyon (from Empire) as your manager?Worth it! “She would be a bad B! I’d love to be her Tiana."

    Engaging in an epic Twitter battle with Nicki Minaj?Not worth it! “She’s my queen! I would never want that to happen. I’d just want to be her best friend forever.”


    Lauren Jauregui
    Same question: Flying in coach next to Trump on an all-expenses-paid vacation? Worth it! “I’d love to debate all day with him. Plus, I’d get a trip.”


    Going without a cell phone for a week?Worth it! “It’d be dope to just live in the real world without a device.”

    Wearing the most gorgeous dress — that is too tight to sit in?Worth it! “I’ve done it. If you look bomb on that carpet, it’s definitely worth it to get a good picture out of it.”


    Camila Cabello
    Running as Kanye West’s vice presidential nominee in 2020?Not worth it! “Not at all. I’m gonna just leave it at that.”


    Working at a karaoke bar?Worth it! “It’d be so fun! You get to just sing for fun with nobody judging you. And I could do old Britney Spears songs. I’d do that right now!”

    Starring in a big movie musical if another star’s voice is dubbed in?Worth it! “That hurts! But if the way they sang fit the character better, then I’d be like, ‘Ooh, okay, that makes sense.’”

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    and you ONTD, would you refuse to fly in coach next to Trump on an all-expenses-paid vacation like Normani, or accept and debate like Lauren?

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    Halsey did an interview with Popjustice.com and I've summarized the main points here

    -40 kids were waiting for her at the airport when she arrived in London
    -decided to name her album "Badlands" even though she didn't know what it meant
    -says her apartment in LA has no furniture and only paper on the walls like a "serial killer's house"
    -says her album is a dystopian concept album set 50-100 years in the future, then says it's an autobiographical album
    -"people fucking care about me"
    -thinks she's regressing to a childlike defence mechanism (i believe it)
    -keeps talking about her album and the songs like they're so artistic and deep lol
    -says her music is edgy and she's creating a universe
    -says she worked with "no-namers"
    -thinks she's very self-aware

    -claims other people are fake but that she's real:

    "I think for me, it’s like my project is based on honesty. And a lot of artists say that, and a lot of artists are like, ‘I’m myself, I’m myself all the time’. I don’t fucking believe them. I don’t believe people who say they’re themselves all the time. There are very few artists I know who are true to themselves in their media persona. I’m genuinely myself...I’m not worried about something catching up with me, I’m not worried about staying on brand, I’m not worried about fucking saying something that is brand appropriate."

    -then goes on to say how halsey is an alter-ego
    -halsey is an anagram of her real name ashley
    -claims ashley gives money to homeless people and halsey "is the things people fucking care about"
    -shades taylor swift. talks about the dishonest but believable, clickbait artist, "america's sweetheart". then when asked who is america's sweetheart, says taylor swift.
    -"I’m not that kind of artist. I think it’s very difficult to clickbait me and I’m happy about that — I’m fucking happy about that!"
    -says the mainstream media doesn't give a shit about her because she's so complex
    -says people are scared of her because they don't understand her
    -when she was told she can't play in the UK because no one knew who she was she told them "fuck you"
    -lmao this exchange:

    So the mainstream media as we understand it at the moment is irrelevant to you?
    Yeah, I couldn’t honestly give a shit.
    Why are you doing interviews then?
    Because I do want to open my awareness and I do want people to—
    But if the media are irrelevant…
    It’s still an entry point. I think the media’s opinion is irrelevant, but I think my presence in it is important. My presence is an entry point and I think that’s important because obviously I want to have as many people be a part of this as possible.

    -just toured with imagine dragons for 2 months and insulted the audience, calling them "very sterile" and claiming they only knew who imagine dragons were because they had radio hits. "i wasn't playing to a group of people that are into their own discovery of music, or into discovering music for themselves or curating their own taste"
    -talking about how her music is about diversity and acceptance "no one fucking understands it"
    -talks again about how she doesn't give a fuck what people think about her… and then contradicts herself by saying if 1000 kids walk away liking her, then she did her job. because of entry points, or something.
    -the interviewer pushes some more and points out that she's going to do an interview with radio 1 in an hour, and if all media outlets decided to blacklist her, how would that affect her career? she says she'll just have to take the hard road~ and that's okay.
    -talking about the BBC and people "obviously I want them to like me" (lmao she was just saying she doesn't give a fuck if people don't like her…)
    -talks about her "very calculated use of social media" (oh is that what all those twitter feuds are?)
    -says there are 2 things in life she wouldn't give up and one of them is "making people like me" (lol)

    -thinks she's good at making people sympathize with her
    -admits she's manipulative
    -says she is calculated with her fans. will give them compliments so that they like her.
    -claims people tell her she's the voice of a generation
    -says growing up listening to rock and rap made her not scared of much in life
    -claims she was homeless and kicked out of her parent's house while she was recording her album
    -talks about her 10,000 tumblr followers and how people lived vicariously through her
    -thinks she's "really fucking good at this"
    -talks about stirring shit on twitter
    -capitol said they were going to cast a guy in her "ghost" video so she said "fuck you, don’t assume that I want a guy in my video, fuck off!"

    Fun fact: she said "fuck" 45 times in this interview

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    "I’ve been wanting to drop the Hassel from my life for years. Now, I have made it official... Michael KnightMitch BuchannonThe HoffDavid Hoff."

    Too much Hassel? Not really. "It’s an excerpt from an ad campaign that launches in Australia this weekend," his rep soon clarified, "David is just having some fun and more will be revealed in the next 24 hours."

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    ONTD, have your ever changed your name or thought about changing your name?

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    On Thursday afternoon Caitlyn Jenner acted as the keynote speaker for a Chicago House fundraising event. Not long after the announcement was made a Facebook group called #IAintCait: Protest Caitlyn Jenner’s ‘Miss Representation’ Luncheon" launched questioning Chicago House's choice of Jenner as their keynote speaker saying that she comes from a place of privilege that does not reflect the reality of most trans people.

    As reported by Gossip Cop the protestors wrote the following on their page before confronting Jenner (see video above) on Thursday afternoon:
    “Who, you may ask, did they select to speak on the issues facing trans people and especially trans women in our city? Caitlyn Jenner. Caitlyn Jenner, who lives in a mansion and has a net worth of millions of dollars, while the average trans person has a 41 percent chance of experiencing homelessness [sic] and a nearly 50 percent chance of living off less than $10k per year.

    Caitlyn Jenner, who said in a segment on her hit new reality TV series I Am Cait, regarding people who rely on social services to get by: ‘You don’t want people to get totally dependent on it. That’s when they get into trouble. ‘Why should I work? You know, I’ve got a few bucks, I’ve got my room paid for.”

    If you think Chicago House’s shameless pandering to the trans community for mediocre representation, embodied by a clueless rich white woman who thinks disenfranchised trans women of color should just pluck themselves up off the street and stop being so lazy, is an insult and a disgrace, DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT!
    Meet us in the lobby Thursday to tell Chicago House, Caitlyn Jenner, and all her supporters that Caitlyn Jenner doesn’t represent trans people! Stand up and say: #IAintCait!”







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