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How to Be Human Garbage, Courtesy of This Body-Shaming Playboy Model

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | July 15, 2016 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | July 15, 2016 |

Mick Jagger is going to have another kid, which will make eight for him so far. He’s 72. His girlfriend is 29, 17 years younger than his oldest daughter. I assume he just wants to make sure his great-grandkid (who’s two) has a permanent playmate. (Celebitchy)

Congratulations to this Playboy model for being a totally despicable human being. She also manages to give what may be the worst public apology I’ve ever heard. After posting a (censored) picture of a woman changing in a gym locker room, she somehow thought she could spew out some bullshit about meaning the message to be private (not the point) and loving the female body (sure). She has, since yesterday, lost her job, been kicked from the gym, deleted all her social media accounts. And a police report has been filed. (LAist)

This JLo masterpiece isn’t as confusing as yesterday’s Kristen Stewart witchcraft, but it still took me a solid 20 seconds to figure out what I was looking at. Once it clicked in, though, it’s maybe still too gorgeous to fully comprehend. (Go Fug Yourself)

Idris Elba’s up to date on his celebrity gossip. (Lainey)

There is exactly one person who could claim the new Ghostbusters ruined her childhood, and even she’s come to terms with it. (Splitsider)

Speaking of Ghostbusters, here’s some sequel inspiration. (Atlas Obscura)

Cool news! California public schools are going to stop pretending gay people don’t exist. (LA Times)

Here’s a thorough rundown of why Sophie Turner’s Emmys snub was total BS. (Revelist)

Remember how obsessed Drumpf was with the Kristen Stewart/Robert Pattinson split back in 2012? (Gawker)

Henry Rollins is here to explain privilege to you. (Oohlo)

The prevalence of private Facebook groups for women in comedy and improv has been getting some attention lately. If you’ve ever wondered what the point of those groups is, and what happens in them, a San Francisco comedian named Allison Mick wrote a really powerful piece you should read. (Medium)

"How can something so weird be so unmemorable? I could tell that I was supposed to feel joyful abandon while reading The Teleportation Accident, that I was supposed to delight in the author’s clever writing, that I was supposed to embrace the intentional incoherence on the page. But instead I was exhausted." Find out why Cannonballer expandingbookshelf was not enthralled with this "hipster nonsense." (Cannonball Read 8)

We made it to Friday, you guys. I’m not sure if it’s just me, but this week felt about three months long. So if you need me, I’ll be quietly, weirdly celebrating.

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