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Literally No One Believes Donald Trump Turned Down Sex With Salma Hayek

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | October 24, 2016 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | October 24, 2016 |

Here’s a beautiful Monday gift to all of us: it’s a giant SWINTON fashion retrospective. I’m going to savor this in a separate tab throughout the day. (Go Fug Yourself)

Ryan Reynolds and his Deadpool director had an ego-driven breakup. (Lainey)

A porn actress just added her name to the list of women accusing Trump of totally inappropriate sexual behavior. Like offering her $10,000 and use of a private jet for sex. (DListed)

And Salma Hayek also shared her own Trump story. Before she was well known, Trump tried to pick her up, and when she turned him down, he negged her via a story in the National Enquirer. But the best slam he could come up with is that she’s short. How is any of this real life? (Celebitchy)



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Can nothing exist without unnecessary backlash? Leave my La Croix alone. (Mic)

There are a whole bunch of questions following last night’s Walking Dead premiere. Namely, did it go too far? (Uproxx)

A woman wrote about her experience being groped in a virtual reality game, and my interest in VR plummets. (Medium)

Samira Wiley, please marry me.

NPR tweeted out a typo and was not willing to let itself off the hook. (Mediaite)

This is an interesting look at why spending time with women doesn’t make men less sexist. “Benevolent sexism” isn’t a term I’d heard before, but it’s upsettingly accurate. (The Cut)

The Count of Monte Cristo, packed with action, betrayal and revenge, has inspired many retellings. Now’s your chance to read the classic! Those kooky Cannonballers have selected this novel and its film adaptations for their next #CannonBookClub. Get reading, and join the crew on 12/1. Two of the many versions you could watch are the 2002 movie with Jim Caviezel and Guy Pearce or the Richard Chamberlan and Louis Jourdan TV movie from the 70s. Seen either of these? (Cannonball Read 8)

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