Speaking about normalizing LGBT families in India, Apurva wrote, "For 13 years we pretended to be cousins so we could rent a home together. We were told 'keep curtains drawn so neighbors don't know 'what' you are'. We recently bought our own home. Now we voluntarily tell neighbors we are partners 💕. It's time LGBTQ families are normalised too." … [Read more...] about Writer Apurva Asrani And His Partner Pretended To Be Cousins For 13 Years To Rent A House Together!
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Actress Zaira Wasim, who has been in the limelight from the past two days owing to her recent tweet, that read, "So We sent upon them the flood and locusts and lice and frogs and blood: Signs openly self-explained: but they were steeped in arrogance- a people given to sin"-Qur'an 7:133." Zaira's tweet didn't go down well with her followers, as they felt that the actress is justifying the locust attack all over the India. … [Read more...] about Zaira Wasim Returns To Twitter, Says ‘I’m Just A Human, Allowed To Take A Break’
"He's got it in him," Daly says. "We'll see how college goes and we'll see how it goes. But, he hits it, man. He's got that sound. It's that sound of a swish in basketball. Or, that perfect pass on a post pattern. That tennis racket hitting it solid every time." … [Read more...] about John Daly Says 16-Year-Old Son Has Golf Superstar Potential, He Outdrives Me!
Along with the myriad special releases, RSD also names a new music ambassador each year. While Metallica notably perused the stacks and met with fans at Rasputin Music in San Francisco during the first Record Store Day, the Eagles of Death Metal’s Jesse Huges was named the first RSD ambassador – after coining the idea – in 2009. Since then, RSD ambassadors have included Josh Homme, Ozzy Osbourne, Iggy Pop, Jack White, Chuck D and Dave Grohl. … [Read more...] about Record Store Day Announces 10-Year Celebration
Topics include the making of the song, Spears’ initial singer-songwriter ambitions, the rise of Max Martin, rock bands’ infatuation with covering the song, the greatness of “Sometimes,” the glories of the TRL era, Spears’ initial image as what Sheffield describes as a “sex cyborg from Sweden” and much more. Our panel also traces the influence of TLC and Soft Cell on Spears’ vocal style, reminisces about Sheffield’s 2000 interview with Spears (she hated her second album and was desperate for a vacation) and breaks down some all-but-forgotten tracks on her 1999 debut album, from the baffling, dancehall-inflected “Soda Pop” to the prescient dial-up anthem “E-Mail My Heart.” … [Read more...] about Listen to Our Celebration of 20 Years of Britney’s ‘…Baby One More Time’