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During her performance at the London nightclub G-A-Y this last Friday, shock-rocker Miley Cyrus made a joke about gays and date rape:
“You know, everyone’s a little bit gay… It’s the truth. Everyone says everyone’s gay, all it takes is one cocktail… And if that doesn’t work, sprinkle something in their drink. That’s what I always do.”
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Considering that she manhandled a female little person and pretended to suck on a giant inflatable dong during the show, her date rape joke might have been the least offensive thing.
Daily Dot writer Celeste Mora called Cyrus’ joke ”tasteless and hurtful” adding:
Miley probably doesn’t know this, but a recent review of US studies conducted between 1989 and 2009 found that 43 percent of lesbian, gay, and bi-identified women reported some kind of sexual assault in their lifetime, and 30 percent of gay or bi-identified men. And a review of trans studies in the US showed that half of trans-identified people have been sexually assaulted in their lifetime.
At the finale of Miley Cyrus's MTV Unplugged special last night, Madonna joined her for a cross-generational 'Don't Tell Me/We Can't Stop' grinding hoedown.
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Madonna joined Miley Cyrus for an MTV Unplugged special airing tonight.
The duo performed a mash-up of "We Can't Stop" and "Don't Tell Me" and, if photos are any indication, did plenty of tongue-flashing.
Miley talks about the collaboration and how it came about, AFTER THE JUMP...
Stephen Amell covers up the goods for an impromptu Christmas card posted to the actor's Instagram.
Kanye's keyboard will appreciate the break.
She's just being Miley.
Cybill Shepherd to guest star on Trophy Wife.
December saw a surge in sign-ups on healthcare.gov, passing the 1 million mark, according to the Obama administration: "Combined with numbers for state-run markets due in January, that should put total enrollment in the new private insurance plans under President Barack Obama's health law at about 2 million people through the end of the year, independent experts said. That would be about two-thirds of the administration's original goal of signing up 3.3 million by Dec. 31, a significant improvement given the technical problems that crippled the federal market during much of the fall. The overall goal remains to enroll 7 million people by March 31."
Denzel Washington rumored to be playing the Green Lantern in the new Superman vs. Batman movie.
Michael Fassbender mugs for British GQ.
The year in scandals.
Prostitute mistakenly texts on duty police officer in wrong number epic fail.
GOP megadonor Harold Simmons has died: "Simmons’s spending was not confined to Republican political candidates: His foundation gave $600,000 to Planned Parenthood and a Texas affiliate in 2011, according to CPI, and the same amount to a Dallas LGBT center this year, according to the Dallas Morning News."
A very apropos 'You Can Play' pin.
The (fan-created) Frozen reprise that might have been but never was.
Speaking of, the animated film has done equally well overseas and here in the US according to Deadline, raking in $243.5M abroad and $491.8M globally.
Chaparrastique volcano erupts in El Salvador, thousands flee.
NY Times asks: What does the way you speak say about you?
Miley Cyrus continues a banner year of emergent sexuality with her new music video for "Adore You." The third video from her new album Bangerz, "Adore You" finds Miley recording herself in compromising positions and lingerie whilst cavorting in bed and lounging in a bathtub in a lacy, black dress. Of course, Cyrus's tongue makes several appearances.
Love it? Hate it? Let us know what you think of Ms. Cyrus's latest in the comments below.
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