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Modern Family's Reid Ewing Reveals His History of Body Dysmorphia & 'Horrible Hobby' Of Plastic Surgery

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | November 20, 2015 |

By Vivian Kane | Pajiba Love | November 20, 2015 |

On first glance here, I 1. Thought Lizzy Caplan was definitely Rashida Jones, and 2. Was wondering what sort of fancy ice skating themed dinner party Rashida Jones was headed to. (Go Fug Yourself)

Gwyneth Paltrow’s voice is featured on the new Coldplay album, just in case you needed another reason not to buy the new Coldplay album. (Lainey)

I am going to STRONGLY urge you all not to click on the super NSFW unpixelated pictures in this link. They contain Miley Cyrus wearing a ginormous strap-on and plastic breasts. So sure, look if you want, but maybe make sure you have your supply of eye bleach handy. (DListed)

Reid Ewing of Modern Family wrote a really moving, largely horrifying essay about his history with body dysmorphia and the factory mentality of cosmetic surgeons, offering cheap procedures to get more and more people through the door. The advice “Before seeking to change your face, you should question whether it is your mind that needs fixing” seems like pretty easy common sense. For a lot of people, though, it really isn’t. (HuffPo)

In theory, this list of 30 sexy male celebrities who aren’t white is a great idea. But none of them are Oscar Isaac, so what is even the point? (Elle)
To balance out all those sexy dudes, here’s Mad Max: Fury Road’s Megan Gale as the Wonder Woman that never happened. (i09)

And now something for everyone: old pictures of celebrities jumping. (BBC, H/T to Greg French)

An interesting question: what’s different about a dating site that’s created by women? (Medium)

It would be really great if Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’s dedication to and respect for diversity wasn’t so unusual, but it’s nice to know they’re at least nailing it. (Vulture)

As an ultra-depressing followup to this morning’s female comedian piece, here’s an article, simply titled “Plight of the Funny Female,” that strikes way too many too true chords. (The Atlantic)

A big of FU to the Walmart who fired an employee for collecting $5 worth of cans and bottles from the store’s parking lot. Hope in humanity is somewhat redeemed, though, by the man’s GoFundMe, which has raised nearly its entire goal in one day. (TimesUnion)

Here’s why Stephen Colbert’s ratings are dropping. (Uproxx)

For the non-gamers among us, here’s a nice explanation of why everyone around you is obsessed with Fallout 4. (Inverse)

Also from Inverse (which, by the way, is a pretty cool new site you should think about keeping your eye on), The Doubleclicks have a new song and video! (Inverse)

A teenage boy moves back to his father’s hometown. You won’t believe what happens next… (but we can tell you that it involves scary monsters with wings, superstition, and peer pressure.) Check out Cannonballer Caitlin’s review to find out why this book about a small town got four stars. (Cannonball Read 7)

Happy Friday! Remember, when you find something you love, don’t be a fraid to latch on and never let go. Ever.

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