Is Jimmy Kimmel Fat Shaming America? Max Schulter Dead At 35; Europe Fines Russia Over St. Petersburg Pride

Is Jimmy Kimmel Fat Shaming America?

Admittedly, I don’t eat carbs, I either run or hike 45 minutes to an hour each day, and jeans I wore ten years ago are still loose. I’m fanatical about not gaining weight. I always have been. BUT most of all…I’m not a huge fan of anyone who fat shames.

Kimmel was talking about the cast of Will and Grace and whether or not they would have had a comeback show if they hadn’t aged well…whatever that means. 

With that said, read what Jimmy Kimmel had to say…

‘I wonder if one of you was a mess now, if one of you had put on like 85 pounds – if the whole thing would have been called off,’ Kimmel said to Hayes who was a guest on his late night talk show Wednesday (8 February).

‘If you all got fat it’d be fine, it’d be like America in a way.’

Go Hollywood, you did it again.

I have a very good online friend on Facebook I’ve known for a couple of years now. She’s not part of the book community, but I always enjoyed her status updates. She’s been struggling with body image and losing weight for a while now. I see how hard other people struggle with body image, and for Kimmel to make a comment like really makes me wonder WTF.

You can read the rest here.

Max Schutler Dead At 35

This is sad news.

A gay porn star has died at the age of 35.

Max Schutler, real name Jorge Schmeder, performed for dozens of studios including Lucas Entertainment, Jet Set Men, and Raging Stallion.

His cause of death has not yet been revealed.

You can check that out here. There’s not much more, other than a comment about his Facebook page.


Europe Fines Russia Over St. Petersburg Pride

The European Court of Human Rights is not letting Russia off the hook for banning a Pride March in St. Petersburg.

LGBTI activists Yuri Gavrikov, Alexander Sheremetyev, Dmitry Milkov, and Maria Yefremenkova were awarded €27,500 damages in total over authorities’ repeated refusal to allow them to hold St Petersburg Pride.

There’s more here, along with a few more interesting facts involving other events and rulings against Russia.

And here’s a link to wiki to find out more about The European Court of Human Rights. I like wiki for most things like this. I’m not that elitist who pretends they know more.

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