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Mötley Crüe dummer Tommy Lee has never been shy about sharing the details of his love life with the world. As a newly married man, the 56-year-old rocker seemingly hasn’t changed based on his latest Instagram featuring wife Brittany Furlan and her “100% natural body.”“She gonna kill me for posting this,” Lee captioned the photo of a bikini-clad Furlan, taken on a beachside vacation in Mexico.Furlan first came to prominence on the microblogging platform Vine while also trying to break into showbiz. In 2015 Furlan was declared one of the 30 “most influential people” on the internet by Time. She has 2.6 million followers on Instagram. Brittany Furlan, Tommy Lee, Pamela Anderson. (Photo: Instagram/Getty Images)MoreLee is no stranger to high-profile public relationships, having been previously married to Melrose Place mainstay Heather Locklear for seven years, followed by his notorious marriage to Baywatch star Pamela Anderson in the 1990s. The couple infamously filmed a sex tape together that Lee later claimed was stolen from his home before it was released publicly. (He was fond of turning a videocamera on the audience during concerts and saying, “I’ve made some films of my own you guys might have seen.”) He also spent six months in jail in 1998 after pleading no contest to spousal battery.The couple tried several times to reconcile but ultimately divorced.On March 5 of this year, Lee’s son with Anderson, Brandon, knocked his father unconscious following an argument about comments Lee had made in an interview with Piers Morgan regarding his relationship with Brandon’s mother. The Los Angeles County District Attorney ultimately decided not to press charges against Brandon.Furlan is Lee’s fourth wife. The couple married this past Valentine’s Day following a nearly two-year-long courtship. Lee and Furlan often flaunt their affection for each other on the internet —in one post they even mimicked the famous photo of a nude John Lennon embracing wife Yoko Ono, which once graced the cover of Rolling Stone.Read more on Yahoo Entertainment:Taylor Swift accused of ‘using LGBTQ people as props’ in new music videoKevin Sorbo goes off on Democratic party over abortion, immigration: ‘Build the wall’O.J. Simpson denies fathering Khloé Kardashian: ‘She’s not mine’Want daily pop culture news delivered to your inbox? Sign up here for Yahoo Entertainment & Lifestyle’s newsletter.
First son Donald Trump Jr. is upset with a Teen Vogue article that makes the case that sex workers are entitled to the same protections as others in the workforce. The opinion piece, written by Nalane for Reproductive Justice founder Dr. Tlaleng Mofokeng, argues that despite the fact that sex work is illegal, it “is work, as affirmed by the International Labor Organization (ILO).”Furthermore, Mofokeng makes the argument that we are all, in one form or another, engaged in sexual “work.” Donald Trump Jr. rages against Teen Vogue article on Twitter. (Photo: Scott Olson/Getty Images)More“I am a doctor, an expert in sexual health, but when you think about it, aren’t I a sex worker? And in some ways, aren’t we all?” she said in her piece. “I find it interesting that as a medical doctor, I exchange payment in the form of money with people to provide them with advice and treatment for sex-related problems; therapy for sexual performance, counseling and therapy for relationship problems, and treatment of sexually transmitted infection. Isn’t this basically sex work?”Teen Vogue tweeted the article writing “Yes, sex work is real work!” and it caught both the eye and the ire of President Trump’s eldest son.“This is how deranged the left is. Imagine trying to normalize this to a teen and even preteen audience!?!” Trump raged. Donald Trump Jr.✔@DonaldJTrumpJrThis is how deranged the left is. Imagine trying to normalize this to a teen and even preteen audience!?! Maybe start with STEM before jumping to prostitution as a career choice for our young women. Nothing is sacred to these sickos and they’re influencing our youth.https://twitter.com/teenvogue/status/1140372239537377280 …Teen Vogue✔@TeenVogueYes, sex work is real work!http://tnvge.co/VnFnlN7 21.5K11:31 PM – Jun 18, 2019Twitter Ads info and privacy11.8K people are talking about thisHowever, despite Trump’s dire warning about normalization, Mofokeng opines that sex services are far more than penetrative acts. They also entail such legal activities as stripping, escorting, dancing and “role playing.”And despite being published in Teen Vogue, Mofokeng’s article doesn’t specifically mention the sexual habits of teenagers. But this didn’t stop Trump from calling out the article’s intentions, which he believed were ill.“Maybe start with STEM before jumping to prostitution as a career choice for our young women,” Trump said. “Nothing is sacred to these sickos and they’re influencing our youth.”Currently, prostitution is illegal in the United States, except for in the state of Nevada, and then solely in counties with a population of fewer than 700,000 residents — which automatically excludes Clark County, home to Las Vegas.Certain countries worldwide allow the practice in various forms, including the Netherlands, where Mofokeng said officials in Amsterdam are working to restrict guided tours to the red light district starting in 2020 “out of respect for sex workers.”She also claimed in her essay that clientele seeking out sex workers are not solely men and that these types of professionals not only offer sexual release to their clients but also “human connection, friendship, and emotional support.”Read more from Yahoo Lifestyle:Mother outraged after son with autism given ‘most likely to get lost in a crowd’ superlative at school: ‘Disrespectful’Sheriff’s deputy suspended after asking woman for date in lieu of traffic ticket: ‘We oughta hang out sometime’Tesla electric pickup truck made by YouTube DIY guru Simone Giertz before Elon Musk releases oneFollow us on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Kevin Sorbo spoke out in support of Sarah Huckabee Sanders on Tuesday. (Photo: REUTERS/Phil McCarten)MoreDays after lashing out at Democrats over abortion and illegal immigration, actor Kevin Sorbo is turning his attention to feminists.See Sean’s other Tweets Dara Kaye@DaraKaye · Jun 19, 2019Replying to @ksorbsIt’s almost like feminism is a political movement with defined goals and policy aims and not actually about blindly supporting women who work against those goals at all Gordon Haber@gordonhaberI don’t know about you but I woke up this morning wondering what Kevin Sorbo had to say about feminism.6015:03 AM – Jun 19, 2019Twitter Ads info and privacy32 people are talking about this Kevin Sorbo @ksorbs · Jun 18, 2019Not one feminist has defended Sarah Sanders. It seems women’s rights only matter if those women are liberal. Chris Lavoie@RadioGuyChrisYou really have no idea what feminism is, do ya, sport? Women aren’t required to support another woman if they don’t agree with things that have nothing to do with their gender.2,82412:03 AM – Jun 19, 2019Twitter Ads info and privacy180 people are talking about this Kevin Sorbo @ksorbs · Jun 18, 2019Not one feminist has defended Sarah Sanders. It seems women’s rights only matter if those women are liberal. The Sassiest Semite@LittleMissLizzTotal absence of a cursory understanding of feminism notwithstanding, exactly which rights is she being denied?2,03411:55 PM – Jun 18, 2019Twitter Ads info and privacy64 people are talking about this Kevin Sorbo @ksorbs · Jun 18, 2019Not one feminist has defended Sarah Sanders. It seems women’s rights only matter if those women are liberal. Corey Ryan Forrester First Of His Name @CoreyRForresterYeah Kev, and Men’s Rights Activists and The Proud Boys don’t like me either(thank god) even though I’m a straight white male. What’s your point bro?7479:35 PM – Jun 18, 2019Twitter Ads info and privacy36 people are talking about this Kevin Sorbo @ksorbs · Jun 18, 2019Not one feminist has defended Sarah Sanders. It seems women’s rights only matter if those women are liberal. Jamie M. Lombardi @euthyphroHi, Kevin, loved you in Hercules. I teach philosophy these days and would be happy to explain what feminism actually is or recommend some readings so you don’t make this kind of embarrassing mistake again.1,4601:31 AM – Jun 19, 2019Twitter Ads info and privacy82 people are talking about this Kevin Sorbo @ksorbs · Jun 18, 2019Not one feminist has defended Sarah Sanders. It seems women’s rights only matter if those women are liberal.
After her groundbreaking work producing, writing, and directing FX’s hit Ryan Murphy series Pose, Janet Mock has blazed another trail for transgender people in the entertainment industry.Upon signing a three-year, multimillion-dollar pact with Netflix, the 36-year-old became the first black trans woman in history to secure an overall deal with a major studio, the streaming giant announced Wednesday via Variety.The contract gives the streaming giant exclusive rights to Mock’s upcoming TV projects, as well as a first-look option on her feature films. Per the agreement, Mock will become an executive producer and director on Murphy’s new series Hollywood, which the TV mastermind has described as “a love letter to the Golden Age of Tinseltown.” “I of course will be writing, directing, and developing a few hush-hush projects that I can’t really talk about. But, one of them is a half-hour drama, and another is a college series, so I’m really excited for that!” Mock revealed in a video tied to the announcement. “This is the first deal of its kind for a trans person, no less a trans woman of color. Eighty-four percent of Americans say they don’t know and/or work with a trans person, so there’s potential now — with Netflix’s worldwide audience — to introduce hundreds of millions of viewers to trans people, and show people who may not understand us that we can tell our own stories!” Strong Black Lead @strongblackleadToday,@JanetMockmakes history as the first Black trans woman to establish an overall deal with a major studio. “…there’s potential to introduce hundreds of millions of viewers to trans people, and showing people who may not understand us, that we can tell our own stories.”11.8K9:01 PM – Jun 19, 20194,170 people are talking about thisTwitter Ads info and privacyThe Variety article further elaborated on Mock’s plans, indicating she is currently interviewing creative executives for her untitled production banner, while the aforementioned college-set drama will follow a young trans woman and a different project will take place in New Orleans after the abolishment of slavery. A reboot of a classic sitcom and an adaptation of Mock’s 2014 memoir Redefining Realness are also reportedly in the works.“It’s anchored deeply in my own experience,” Mock told the publication of the college-set series. “She decides to not be so open about being trans. What does it mean for a trans girl to just be in college? Just have her on a journey, and not so focused on her identity or origin story. What does it mean to be in this body and this world and to share space with people who don’t yet know you?”Though Mock is the first black trans woman to assume creative control at a major studio, she joins the likes of LGBTQIA+ leaders like the non-binary Transparent creator Jill Soloway, who has a production deal at Amazon, and Lilly and Lana Wachowski, who helmed The Matrix franchise before producing the sci-fi series Sense8 for Netflix.
Things didn’t go quite as planned when Tori Spelling first showed her children old episodes of Beverly Hills, 90210. The