We talked about this yesterday, but just how many donations have been made to Planned Parenthood in Mike Pence’s name? A whole lot. (The Cut)
Holy crap, you may want to find a safe, private space to look at these pictures of young Joe Biden. Suddenly Leslie Knope’s crush makes a whole lot more sense. I want him to whisper sweet malarkeys in my ear forever. (HuffPo)
Anna Kendrick has a memoir coming out. In case you weren’t planning to read it, you should know she has a story about trying to give her ex a high-five the first time (after many tries) he gave her an orgasm. He didn’t exactly take that as the compliment it was intended to be. (Vulture)
The Rock says he might run for President someday. Honestly, he can’t be any worse or inexperienced than where we’re at now. (Celebitchy)
Oh, and Dwayne Johnson, Sexiest Man Alive, is also a Hufflepuff. So is Eddie Redmayne. HUFFLEPUFF PRIDE FOREVER. (Lainey)
Aww, Emma Stone wore her fancy water wings. There’s no reason to be ashamed of red carpet pool safety. That’s just being a good role model for the kids. (Go Fug Yourself)
Would you like to feel small and insignificant and also terrified? Here’s the ocean then.
Fictional podcasts are going big league. Like, Oscar Isaac level big league. (Vanity Fair)
Ricky Martin and his man are getting married. (DListed)
Do you find yourself saying “Holy fuck, the election. What do I do now?” Here you go. (Holy Fuck the Election)
Samantha Bee is here with the good ideas, as per uze.
A fair question: “How much longer can the Marvel movies ignore Marvel TV?” (ScreenRant)
This is a very nice sentiment, that the best way to reduce racial bias is to resist calling people out as racists. You know, reach out and love and figure out where they’re coming from. Nice idea, right? Unfortunately, most of us don’t have the patience to try to make racists feel all warm and fuzzy and understood. (Vox)
Reading can be a dangerous endeavor. On this day in 1849, Fyodor Dostoyevsky was sentenced to death for reading material deemed anti-Russian. Fortunately, that sentence was commuted and after a period of exile in a Siberian prison camp, Dostoyevsky lived to write Crime and Punishment. Cannonballer ElCicco says you should read it, "It’s a riveting novel, full of suspense and drama. If you enjoy dark psychological novels like Gone Girl or The Dinner, then Crime and Punishment is for you." Have you read this Russian classic? (Cannonball Read 8)