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Gabrielle Union Is Saving Nate Parker's Ass At TIFF

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | September 12, 2016 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | September 12, 2016 |

Emily Ratajkowski has been dedicating herself lately to campaigning for the idea that her sexuality does not diminish her intellect, and that the clothing a woman chooses to wear (or chooses not to wear) is not a reason to refuse to take her seriously. I’ve come to respect her WAY more than I ever thought I would. All of that being said, this dress is terrible and I hate it. (Go Fug Yourself)

If Gabrielle Union weren’t a part of the Birth of a Nation press events, every quote out of TIFF would just be Nate Parker saying he doesn’t want to talk about rape. He should feel exceptionally grateful that he has her at his side, and that she’s actually embracing the conversation everyone keeps trying to get him to have. (Lainey)

Solange Knowles went to a Kraftwerk concert, and wrote a series of tweets about her horrible experience feeling unsafe in that “white space.” Now she’s followed that up with a lengthy essay on racism and inclusion. (Celebitchy)

Iain Watters (of Great British Bake-Off #BinGate fame) had the absolute perfect wedding cake. AND HE INVITED DIANA TO THE WEDDING! (Digital Spy)

Following up on Tim Gunn’s awesome criticism of the fashion industry from last week, Cristian Siriano continues to be uniquely inclusive. (Hollywood Reporter)

When you’re Brad Pitt levels of famous, you don’t have to give a shit about Mel Gibson or Scientology. (DListed)

Mike Schur wrote an essay about writing comedy after 9/11. I had no idea that the week of the attacks was his first week writing on SNL. That’s a hell of an introduction. (Vulture)

Alexis Arquette passed away over the weekend. (Revelist)

What television trend will 2016 end up being the year of? (Vanity Fair)

Fear the Walking Dead may have just made a huge imprint in the entire Walking Dead mythology. (Uproxx)

Emmalita’s in an anti-romance phase. It’ll pass, but for now, reading about love affairs gone wrong and listening to murder podcasts is her bag. So Jennifer Wright’s book, It Ended Badly, about 13 of the worst breakups in history, got four stars from our plucky commenter. "Each of the stories was sad and enraging in their own way. Nero was the worst - he murdered everyone." Surely your breakup story can’t be as bad as that! (Cannonball Read 8)

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