According to this piece, there are new developments in the Jussie Smollett case.
They're seriously looking for a possible link that might connect the attack to hate mail that was sent to Smollett. They have examples of the hate mail.
According to reports, the FBI has coordinated with a private security firm hired to screen mail sent to the cast of the show, which has a history of receiving threatening letters.
You can read the rest, here.
Some people in the comments can be so mean.
Jack'd Security Flaw and Exposed X-Rated Pics
In case you haven't heard of it, Jack'd is a hook up app where guys go to meet guys. There have been security issues, and x-rated photos of guys (who thought they were posting safely) are allegedly winding up online for public viewing.
A guy named Oliver Hough discovered the security issue and he claims he contacted Jack'd a year ago to let them know about it. Here's what he has to say:
“I don’t feel they were quick enough to respond and I believe they only rushed to get it fixed after they knew the story was going to be published,” he tells Out. “I’m glad they have rolled out a fix, though it took too long to get here.”
Here's the link to this one.
Ellen Page Calls Out Chris Pratt
I posted about Chris Pratt proudly belonging to an anti-gay church a couple of weeks ago, and now Ellen Page has a few things to say about that.
She tweeted: ‘Oh. K. Um. But his church is infamously anti lgbtq so maybe address that too?’
I missed this tweet, but it seems Page garnered a good deal of support from Twitter followers.
You can read the rest, here.
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Earl Bradshaw's first impression of his gay son's fiance leaves Earl wondering where he went wrong. The fiance, Gabriel, is pushy, scruffy, overbearing, and he refers to Earl as "dad" without even asking for permission. Earl has a feeling deep in his gut that Gabriel is lying about something. So when the entire family travels to Palm Springs for Thanksgiving, Earl makes a point of finding out what Gabriel is hiding.
Abby Bradshaw, Earl's wife, instantly falls in love with Gabriel's charm and sexy good looks, and she starts treating him as if he's her own son. Abby not only wants to support her gay son's marriage, but she genuinely adores her future son-in-law in spite of Earl's suspicions.
Baldwin Bradshaw, Earl and Abby's gay son, is so blissfully in love with Gabriel he can't see any of his flaws. The only thing Baldwin wants to do is introduce his family to the man he loves and live happily ever after.
But nothing in life is ever perfect, and Baldwin soon finds out that his happily ever after dream might not come true after all. And when a few of these realities finally sink in, nothing about Baldwin's future is secure. The only thing that can save Baldwin and Gabriel is love through strength, and it's not going to happen without a few tears along the way.