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Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez 'Are Working Through Some Things'

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | March 14, 2021 |

By Mike Redmond | Pajiba Love | March 14, 2021 |


Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez have issued a statement that they are staying together despite widespread reports to the contrary. They also seem to be very adamant that all of this has nothing to do with Southern Charm reality star Madison LeCroy, which I’m sure is totally the case. Totally. (People)

Lady Gaga continues her “bomb fashion display” for House of Gucci. (Lainey Gossip)

Matthew McConaughey is talking about running for governor again. (Dlisted)

Gayle King: “I think Meghan Markle has plenty of receipts.” (Celebitchy)

Breonna Taylor’s boyfriend has filed a federal lawsuit. Good. (The Root)

From Hannah: Here’s a great essay on the language used to talk about violence against women, by the linguist Deborah Cameron: “what’s really at stake here is women’s freedom rather than just their safety, and I would like to see that f-word given more emphasis.” (language: a feminist guide)

Oh, damn, so saying racist shit about Meghan Markle has been Sharon Osbourne’s bag for a while now. No wonder she jumped on a grenade for Piers Morgan. (Jezebel)

This is hands-down the best Twitter reply I’ve ever received:

Erik and Lara Trump are reportedly funneling money from a dog rescue charity into Donald’s pocket, so yes, all of these people are still the goddamn worst. (HuffPost)

The first Snyder Cut reactions are in, and the consensus seems to be that it’s “superior” to the theatrical cut of Justice League, which doesn’t say much because so was the sandwich I had earlier. (Collider)

To anyone out there peddling the lie that Biden has dementia and/or is “too old for the job,” maybe give this a read. (Inquirer)

Wanderlustful’s first review of the year is of two feminist essay collections, Roxane Gay’s Bad Feminist and Jia Tolentino’s Trick Mirror. "In this head to head match up, Tolentino came up the winner for me," but she admits that might be because Gay’s book is six years older than Tolentino’s. "…(which is on me, not on Gay - I should have read it sooner)." Which contemporary feminist writers do you recommend? (Cannonball Read 13)

And Hannah, again, with the end of post adorable-ness:

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