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Gasol spent most of his career bruising in the paint with Memphis. Now, he’s flashing a versatile long-range game that’s helping tip the scales in the Finals.
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- Border budget negotiators report they might approve 2Billion
- Tell us what the EXPERTS say we need, and what it costs
- Is what you’re approving…what the experts say is needed?
- Nobody cares about “percentages of crime”, when they’re a victim
- I’ve been robbed but it’s okay. I’m in a low crime area
- Annexing Mexico into America, should we?
- The cartels are running the country to a large degree
- “Turnaround Groups” for stabilization of failing countries?
- UN controlled, a country applies to them for assistance
- A neutral organization of turnaround specialists goes in
- Limited time, they do a government reorganization
- NO outside military presence imposing new government
- Mike Cernovich and the New Green Deal
- Mike says the New Green Deal is brilliant
- They’re big ideas that we have no idea how to accomplish
- The fact that it’s impossible is what focuses energy
- Republicans SHOULD embrace the New Green Deal objectives
- Less regulations and other conservative ideals mesh nicely
- If we have functional fusion energy within 20 years…
- …will you still be concerned about climate change?
- The personal relationship between Kim Jong-Un and President Trump
- President Trump removed the REASON for NK nukes
- What other American President could have credibly said…
- …Hey Kim, let’s be friends!
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On the low, Nipsey Hussle had one of the year’s best rap albums in Victory Lap and though he made more noise with his hand of God slap at the BET Awards, he’s still out to prove his music is what Y’all need to pay attention to.
Today. the LA rapper dropped the clip for the title track to his album in which he goes south of the border to Mexico to soak in the Central American sun while riding boats and posing next to the Aztec pyramids.
Back in Brooklyn, Troy Ave continues to make the most of his freedom as he blesses kids with school supplies and goes golfing in the visual to “Who I’m Becoming.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops and some joints you might’ve missed over the weekend including work from 8Ball & MJG, Fatboy SSE featuring Lil Tjay, and more.
NIPSEY HUSSLE FT. STACY BRATHE – “VICTORY LAP”
TROY AVE – “WHO I’M BECOMING”
8BALL & MJG – “TAKE A PICTURE”
FATBOY SSE FT. LIL TJAY – “STREET”
CUBAN DOLL – “F*CK BOY FREE”
POPCAAN FT. DAVIDO – “DUN RICH”
The great relationship between Will Smith and his oldest son didn’t exactly come easy. The superstar admitted that 26-year-old Trey “felt betrayed & abandoned” when he and ex-wife Sheree Zampino split in 1995, but after years of rebuilding the two are now best friends. Watch how Will played it cool when keeping his emotions in check while recalling the emotional story.
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Ingrid Nilsen’s popularity reaches into the millions. She’s a top YouTuber — one of an elite cadre of young video stars whose focus on makeup, fashion, and lifestyle attract a vast audience of girls and young women.
In an interview with HuffPost, Ingrid displayed her belief that beauty is much more than skin deep.
Michael: You’re essentially a very private person who has found herself thrust into about as public an arena as there could be.
Ingrid: That’s exactly right. It is interesting to be in this space, because I know other YouTubers as well who are definitely even more private than I am. We’ve found ourselves in this space where our jobs are very much in the public eye, so it’s a bit of a challenge to find that balance, but I think everybody eventually figures out what works for them.
Michael: So you get to dictate where the line is.
Ingrid: It is nice to have that option where I can kind of carve my own path. And it’s not like I’m walking outside of my house and people are waiting outside for me, because that would be absolutely terrifying. I wouldn’t be comfortable with that level of attention. I love the relationship I have with my viewers because they’re always kind and respectful.
Michael: You’ve gone from doing videos that are strictly fashion and makeup to more introspective pieces. Tell me about that transition.
Ingrid: Another YouTuber creator said it best: “Your viewers are both your peers and your boss.” So it’s an interesting relationship to have, and you want people to like what you create. But you also need to do what’s meaningful for you, and I just really had to sit down and think, what is meaningful to me right now? What is going to bring me fulfillment? And I just kind of crossed my fingers and hoped that people would like it, but if it wasn’t getting billions of views, but there were a handful of people that really connected with it, that’s all I really wanted. And that’s all I’ve ever wanted.
Michael: What prompted the shift?
Ingrid: Last year was my biggest transitional phase, because I was 25, and like most people smack-dab in the middle of their 20s, I was figuring out who I am, and re-examining what I’m doing. It really took a lot of thought. I wanted to create things that were meaningful and a true reflection of where I am in my life. I wanted that to come across in video, but I wasn’t sure how to do that.
And it just took time to get inspiration and to figure it all out mentally, and to figure myself out also. And there definitely is that pressure of “I have to keep up with the pack! Everything is moving so quickly, and I need to keep up so I don’t fall behind!” But I think that it was more important to me to follow the transitional phase, as confusing as it was for me, and create something really awesome out of it, and turning it into something that I could look back on and be proud of.
Michael: Sounds like the beginning of a trend.
Ingrid: We will see a lot more of that as creators on Youtube continue to grow up, because there are still people in their teens and going from that transition to being in your 20s, and people in their 20s growing up. You’re 20s just in general are weird, because you’re no longer a kid, but you kind of feel like…am I really an adult? Is this really what adult life is like? So it’s an interesting time and I’m definitely still figuring it all out, one step at a time. But it’s been a cool journey for sure.
Michael: A soul-searching kind of journey.
Ingrid: Soul-searching is the perfect way to describe it all. My friends around my age are going through the same thing and no one really knows how to vocalize it. It’s like this internal struggle that everybody is going through.
Michael: What were the biggest takeaways from the introspective time?
Ingrid: The #1 thing is stop worrying about what everybody else is going to think. In addition, I’ve realized that my lifestyle has changed over time naturally, as it does especially as you get older. And I’ve really started to embrace a “less is more” philosophy. Living with less in turn allows me more space to do the things that are really meaningful to me. And when I’m not worried about all the material stuff, I can focus on the things that either bring me joy or serve a purpose or a combination of both. It’s been something so helpful for me, and it’s really helped clear my mind.
Michael: How has this been reflected in your videos?
Ingrid: I’ve been changing around the format of my videos so there’s more of a storytelling element, where I’m sharing personal experiences and personal stories, and integrating that into my videos, with really great shooting and almost like a film quality to them. That was something I wasn’t sure how people were going to react to. When I started producing stuff that wasn’t just a 100 percent beauty video, and talking about things in a different way, it has been absolutely incredible to see the response. I have just never been so moved by my viewers ever…ever in all the five years I’ve been doing this, and it just made me want to give all of them a hug, because I felt like we were all on the same page. It’s just the most amazing feeling.
Michael: You felt a need to go deeper and it actually corresponded with your audience’s unspoken desire, to go deeper in their own lives.
Ingrid: That is totally true, because from the beginning I’ve always said that I believe that beauty is more than skin deep, and my channel has just been a way for me to really experiment with that and translate that message into video form.
Michael: Where do you see yourself going from here?
Ingrid: My overall goal with all of this is to create a community where I can support women with incredible talents. Whether it’s undiscovered writers, or lesser known artists, and creating a community where that is possible and those women can be supported and their work can be shared. That’s what I’m about. And I would love to have a brand with physical objects that reflect all of that. So it’s all kind of a little bit vague right now, but essentially I want to create a really amazing community of women that have something awesome to share with the world, and I want
to help them share that.
Michael: Beauty and makeup brought you to a position of prominence and created awareness about you, and as a result of having that platform, you’re now in the position where you can speak to broader, deeper issues that affect women you age.
Ingrid: Yes, definitely. And there are still plenty of times where I can make a video and talk about beauty products and just be a girl, and sit down and talk like I’m talking to my girlfriends. So it’s just a really great balance to have, because I can dive deep and I can also talk about a pair of shoes that I’ve really loved wearing for the past month. And I feel like that is the dream combination.
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David Oyelowo, 38, stars as Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in the film Selma. Born in England and raised in his parents’ native Nigeria, David earned a scholarship to the distinguished London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts and went on to become the first black actor to play an English king at the Royal Shakespeare Company. Still, David says his father wasn’t totally supportive when he first told him he wanted to be an actor after “sneakily applying for drama school.”
“Being an artist, being an actor for a Nigerian family, is bizarre,” he says. “This is not a proper job.” In the video above, David shares the key argument that changed his father’s mind.
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I came out in the early 1980s — into a thriving lesbian community that was fueled by the feminist movement and had some overlap with the gay male community. I always knew that there were different realities for gay people and that many still were in the closet. I dismissed these realities as not being connected to mine. It wasn’t until I met Bonnie Kaye, M.Ed., and read her books (her latest is a memoir, Jennifer, Needle in Her Arm: Healing From the Hell of My Daughter’s Drug Addiction) that I began to reconsider.
Kaye is an internationally known author and counselor to straight women who are married to gay men. She also counsels closeted gay men on how honesty can help them and their female spouses.
An opinion piece in The New York Times reports that “the openly gay population is dramatically higher in more tolerant states….” Based on factual research, the author concludes, “The evidence also suggests that a large number of gay men are married to women.”
Of course, there are also many closeted lesbians who are married to straight men, something that was documented on The Huffington Post.
There are many similarities, but there are also some differences. Every relationship is different. But I came to the conclusion that homophobia is hurting us all — the straight spouses, the closeted gay or lesbian spouse, the children and particularly the children of closeted gay parents who identify as LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or questioning). Ultimately I was left with more questions than answers. Here Bonnie answers them.
Janet Mason: Could you please explain the nature of your counseling work and how you came to be involved with it?
Bonnie Kaye, M.Ed.: My counseling work specializes in straight women who unknowingly married gay men, and gay men who were hoping they were straight and believed marriage would “cure” those attractions for other men. I started this counseling after the end of my own marriage to a gay man in 1978. Since that time, I have worked with over 100,000 people in this situation, 96 percent women and 4 percent gay men. I currently have a mailing list of over 7,000 people who receive my monthly newsletter.
Mason: What are some of the signs that straight women might be involved with and married to gay men?
Kaye: I have a checklist that is on my website at gayhusbands.com. The checklist includes a decline in sexual activity early in the marriage, a lack of interest in foreplay, unexplained absences of their husbands, a lack of emotional intimacy, viewing gay porn, extensive homophobic remarks, stating he’s “confused,” and accusing his wife of being too sexually aggressive.
Mason: When a woman discovers that her husband is gay, does the marriage necessarily have to end?
Kaye: I believe these marriages are toxic. Marriages are based on honest communication, intimacy on a physical and emotional level, and fidelity. A gay husband isn’t able to provide this to a woman in a sustaining way, as his urges to be with men heighten as the years go on. In many cases, the husband becomes either emotionally or physically abusive due to his frustration of being in the wrong place with the wrong gender. The marriage needs to end because both parties are losing out on what they deserve. However, families can be “redefined” after divorce and remain close as each partner has a chance to find his and her true soul mate.
Mason: Watching the HuffPost Live segment on the Straight Spouse Network, I noticed two things in particular. A gay man mentioned that he became a much better father after he came out, and a straight woman mentioned that her closeted gay ex-husband was homophobic for the 15 years of the marriage before he came out. What are your thoughts on this?
Kaye: Living a lie takes its toll on the whole family unit. They say that secrets destroy families, and this is certainly true. Most children are so sophisticated today that they learn the secret before their mothers do. Then they become keepers of the secret, which tears them apart. If they tell their mothers, they fear it will destroy her life. If they don’t tell her, they feel a sense of betrayal because their father is cheating.
Mason: There is an apt saying: “You’re only as sick as your secrets.” I’ve known several lesbian friends who have unsupportive closeted gay fathers. Could you elaborate on how having a closeted gay parent can be particularly damaging to someone who identifies as LGBTQ?
Kaye: Children who are gay struggle so much more with dishonest gay parents. Children can sense or know when they have a gay father. His rejection of their homosexuality makes their struggle that much more difficult. They start feeling that “If even my gay father won’t accept me, how will others?” In my recent book about my lesbian daughter’s life and early death from drugs, Jennifer, Needle in her Arm, I discuss how her gay father’s rejection of her lesbianism hurt her deeply. He called her dirty names on a regular basis and told her to make sure not to tell any of his business associates, in case they would think he was gay.
Mason: Obviously, society has to change for the temptation to pass as straight to lose its appeal. Meanwhile, straight spouses of gay partners have to protect themselves. Do you have any final words of advice?
Kaye: Straight spouses need to find support to go through this grieving process in order to move on. Gay partners have to learn that they have the responsibility to help with the collateral family damage that will take place once this revelation is out. The beginning is always filled with turmoil and angry feelings, but the goal should be to redefine the family but work together as much as possible. Sadly, many gay partners are so happy to finally be “free” they pursue what they feel they’ve missed for so many years and don’t provide that support.
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Dreams of sodomy, exhibition in the subway, interracial and midnight gangbangs on a construction site, threesomes in a lingerie store, a quickie in the restroom on a boat on the Seine river before and orgy in a bourgeois apartment
One might wonder what goes on in Claire Castel’s head for sex to be such an obsession. Going through all these experiences, Claire Castel slowly becomes a true expert in sexuality. Her deep throats get deeper and deeper, with the most intense double-penetrations and she cums under showers of sperm. As if on a long apprenticeshop toward becoming the best whore in Paris.
Dreams of sodomy, exhibition in the subway, interracial and midnight gangbangs on a construction site, threesomes in a lingerie store, a quickie in the restroom on a boat on the Seine river before and orgy in a bourgeois apartmentâ¦
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