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Gwyneth Paltrow Thinks It's 'Slightly Misogynistic' to Ask About Her Competition & Patrick Stewart Defends an Anti-Gay Bakery

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | June 5, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | June 5, 2015 |

I’m envious of anyone who can sincerely, jovially laugh at people hating them. So I am over the moon envious of Norm MacDonald, always. (Uproxx)

Solange Knowles wore a “high fashion colostomy bag,” which looks like a giant sweater pocket sewn onto a craft project of a dress. I could actually get behind sewing big comfy sweater pockets on everything I own. (GoFugYourself)

Gwyneth Paltrow thinks it’s “slightly misogynistic” for an interviewer to ask her to talk about other actress’ lifestyle companies, and I’m torn. On the one hand, I think she ALMOST has a point. Women are encouraged in the media (and in life) to tear each other down, to treat friendships and business like a see-saw with only one spot on top. On the other hand, of COURSE she’s going to be asked about other companies in her field, especially when they’re part of a larger current trend. She doesn’t exist in a Goop vacuum. (Side note: I bet a Goop vacuum costs as much as my rent.) What are your thoughts? (DListed)

Chris Pratt spoke some more about his struggles with his weight and the emotional and its, er, physical ramifications. (Celebitchy)

Noted gay rights proponent has come out defending a bakery that was fined for refusing to make a cake with the words “Support Gay Marriage” on it. This is an issue that’s easy to kneejerk, but if he’s going to insist on taking an unfavorable yet measured, logical stance, I guess that’s fine too. (HuffPo)

The Spice Girls almost had a slightly different, much worse name. (Yahoo)

Ashley Olsen threw a teeny tiny fit on a red carpet. (Lainey)

I’m clearing everything off my walls right now to make room for every single one of these Mondo Jurassic Park posters. My current art collection has a serious dearth of Muldoon thighs. (Slash Film)

How Elisabeth Moss’ cat almost ruined the Mad Men finale. (Cats are known Pepsi fans, it’s true.) (People)

A man played The Beatles’ “Yesterday” on the guitar while undergoing brain surgery and I don’t know if you noticed but it’s really dusty in here all of a sudden. (Daily Dot)

Cannonballer Shmookariah has something to say about A Thousand Splendid Suns by Khaled Hosseini: "You know those books that cause you to grab someone by the shoulders and earnestly shout into their face with the light of religious mania in your eyes? This is one of them. If you love storytelling, incredible character development, imagery and literary artistry, or deep and profound meaning, and you haven’t yet had the pleasure of reading this book, allow me to evangelize unto you. HAVE YOU HEARD THE GOOD NEWS ABOUT OUR LORD AND SAVIOR, KHALED HOSSEINI?" It’s no wonder she gave it 5 stars. (Cannonball Read 7)

Happy Friday! I hope your weekend is full of adorable, hyper slumber parties.