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Here's to Four Decades of Helen Mirren Not Taking Any of Our Sexist Bullsh*t

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | August 23, 2016 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | August 23, 2016 |

Today’s Pajiba Love is brought to you all by a strong, sinking HOW IS IT ONLY TUESDAY? kind of dread and exhaustion. If that’s where you’re at this week, too, here are some pictures of Idris Elba shirtless and sweaty and punching things. (Celebitchy)

If that wasn’t enough, this dog who dresses like a lion to appease his tiny human overlord is pure joy. (DListed)

I think we all need to start preparing ourselves now for the horrifying possibility of “formal skants” catching on as a trend. (Go Fug Yourself)

Rachel McAdams and her super cute screenwriter boyfriend are “shopping for bedding” official. (Lainey)

Here’s a flashback to Helen Mirren and what may be the most sexist interview of all time. She didn’t take any shit in 1975, and she doesn’t take it now.

Beyonce released some behind-the-scenes photos from Lemonade and they are GORGEOUS. (Refinery29)

I know it’s delicious (and worth a fortune), but the worldn’t largest truffle looks like a big pile of poop. (Mashable)

Parsing Walking Dead theories from Demi Lovato’s tweets. (Uproxx)

Another young, white star athlete was convicted of raping two girls, and was sentenced to probation as punishment. (Fusion)

More health advice from the Kardashians that you should DEFINITELY NOT LISTEN TO. (Cosmo)

Gawker shut its doors yesterday. Not much of the internet is mourning that fact, and many are celebrating. Here’s a fairly reasonable take on why neither is the best stance. (Rolling Stone)

This is the best headline on the internet today, hands down. (The Cut)

That crazy reviewing duo Pattykates is at it again, this time with a Game of Thrones…tribute from Kristen Ashley. Trouble is, this tale is even more focused on rape. Why is that a trope in some Romances? (Cannonball Read 8)

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