Best Wishes To Colton Haynes and Jeff Leatham
Colton Haynes and Jeff Leatham just got married in Palm Springs, CA.
Haynes, 29, and Leatham, 46, — who coordinated in white tuxedo jackets and black bow ties — exchanged vows in front of 120 guests at a nighttime ceremony held at a Palm Springs hotel and officiated by their longtime friend Kris Jenner.
“It’s just amazing when you find someone who kind of teaches you to love yourself more,” Haynes tells PEOPLE. “The really great thing about being with Jeff is that since we got together my relationships with my friends have gotten better, my family relationships have gotten better. When you learn to really love someone, it’s completely life-changing. Now we have this beautiful life together and this epic journey ahead.”
There’s more here. I follow Haynes on Instagram and they seem like a nice couple. I wonder which hotel it was. I live in Palm Springs part time, and I’m just curious.
Kathy Griffin Tells All On Andy Cohen
Evidently, Kathy Griffin is not going to disappear quietly into the sunset. She’s talking now, and she’s telling everything about good old Andy Cohen. I know absolutely nothing about him.
Second time I did the show — same thing. So once again we’re alone in an office and he’s like, “You wanna do some coke?” He’s going to say he was kidding, but no, he was asking me to do cocaine with him. That made me very uncomfortable… That’s why I don’t do that show, and I don’t know why he gets away with that.”
There’s more here.
Sexy People Have It Harder Getting Jobs
I’m not so sure about this one. I guess it could be true, but I hate to think employers can be this shallow.
It’s not easy being beautiful. Or is it?
That’s the takeaway from a new study published by the American Psychological Association that has found hot people have a much harder time landing entry level jobs than average-looking or downright ugly ones.
Asexuals Speaking Louder Now
This article is interesting because it talks about asexuality in more detail, without getting too long or confusing. It also discusses what it’s like to be asexual in a society that’s overly sexualized. And we really are, indeed, a society that is sexualized.
I never really enjoyed my first sexual encounters, though they were interesting as a kind of fact-finding mission. Pretty much every encounter since, regardless of my relationship with the person in question, has been unsatisfying to the point of unfulfilling.
A PG Rated Gay Romance
Said With Care