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Gwyneth Paltrow Posted a Nude for Her Birthday. Hey, Why Not?

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | September 28, 2020 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | September 28, 2020 |


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So Gwyneth Paltrow posted a nude to Instagram to celebrate her birthday, and you can find it at the bottom of the post where hopefully Google won’t flag it as porn even though you can’t see her steamed business. It’s practically family friendly!

The random dude that Demi Lovato was engaged to for five minutes sure is milking the hell out of their break-up. (Lainey Gossip)

I honestly forgot Ben Affleck and Ana de Armas are still a thing. (Dlisted)

Donald Trump tried to put Ivanka on the ticket in 2016. Of course. (Celebitchy)

The LA Times apologized for past racism in its coverage. (The Root)

Robyn Pennacchia posts a great question: Are we to assume that the Right now thinks Ruby Ridge and Waco were justified? (Wonkette)

And right on cue, people are already burning movies starring The Rock. (AV Club)

Anyone else starting to feel like this is part of a pattern with Stephen King? C’mon, man…

Brad Parscale sounds like a real piece of abusive shit who conveniently got taken alive by the cops despite being armed and drunk. Funny how they’re able to pull that off when they want to. (Sun-Sentinel)

Chadwick Boseman voluntarily gave up part of his salary so that Sienna Miller would get paid what she deserves on 21 Bridges. Rest in Power, King. (Empire)

And for some good news, voter registration has surged in the wake of Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death, but as Deanna McDonald notes: “If we could all vote before the worst-case scenario actually happens, that would be amazing!” (CNBC)

It’s Banned Books Week, the week in which the American Library Association helps us celebrate the freedom to read and highlight attempts to censor books. One of the most challenged books of 2019 was Daniel Haack’s children’s book, Prince and Knight. Some have complained it has the potential to cause "confusion,curiosity, and gender dysphoria." BlackRaven liked the unconfusing way the book presents its pairing. "Boy meets Boy and they find that spark. The end." What do you think of the argument that a book can influence a child’s gender? (Cannonball Read 12)




Mike is a Staff Contributor living in Pennsyltucky. You can follow him on Twitter.



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