“Khloe Kardashian posted some new photos with her son Tatum” links

Khloe Kardashian cozies up to her son Tatum in new pics. [Hollywood Life]
Kristin Cavallari said that Sean Combs love-bombed her on Valentine’s Day in 2009, when she was 22 years old. [OMG Blog]
Travis Kelce is very good at being a celebrity. [LaineyGossip]
A lot of people get more lactose intolerant as they get older. [Buzzfeed]
Do not watch Netflix’s Fool Me Once. [Pajiba]
Oh, I wonder if America Ferrera will wear Chanel at the Oscars. [Go Fug Yourself]
Listen to Gwen Stefani & Blake Shelton’s new song. [Just Jared]
Quinta Brunson looks like a superhero here. [RCFA]
OMG, Paul Giamatti was in Singles?? [Seriously OMG]
Does Yolanda Foster use a fake Birkin? [Starcasm]
A Missouri Republican said that forced births are a good thing. [Jezebel]

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  1. bettyrose says:

    “G-d doesn’t make mistakes” and intended for you to be impregnated by rape? That’s the line they’re going with? So, I’m not a religious person and not trying to be disrespectful but how does one reconcile that logic with their faith?

    • Mrs.Krabapple says:

      And by that logic, we shouldnt have criminal laws because God must have intended for the crime to happen. And we shouldn’t have medicine because god must have intended for those people to get sick. And we shouldn’t have a military because God must have wanted to country to be attacked. And we shouldn’t have firefighters because God must have wanted those fires to happen.

      • bettyrose says:

        Thank you for saying all of this. I went to make coffee after posting my comment, and I was like “wait, should we cancel cancer research?” But you covered it more thoroughly.

      • DK says:

        ITA with all of this, of course.

        But I’m even more caught on this argument: “Meanwhile, Republican Sen. Bill Eigel—who’s running for governor—inexplicably claimed McCreery’s proposed amendment would ‘bring back the institution of abortion so that kids can get abortions in the state of Missouri,’ stating, ‘A one-year-old could get an abortion under this.'”

        So, setting aside the fact that legislators should not be allowed to pass laws about things they do not understand from a factual standpoint (in this case, clearly he has no idea medically how reproduction works, therefore until he is better educated, should STFU, er, I mean, recuse himself):

        Is a current state senator and credible candidate for governor actually suggesting that MO has a lot of rape of 1-year-olds? And THAT is why an exception for rape should not be allowed? Because he thinks even 1 year olds should be forced to give birth?! And this would be a loophole to allow them to get needed abortions?

        And on top of all the idiocy already implied in his statements: he believes all this, but he’s not working on any legislation to stop the rape of children or help their plight?

        How is the entire internet not slamming him for this horrific idiocy?

    • StellainNH says:

      They are definitely trampling down the wall that is supposed to separate church from state. Considering the majority of Americans are agnostic/atheist, it doesn’t exactly jive with the majority

      • The Marchioness of Blorf says:

        But how do we get that agnostic/atheist majority to get out and vote? The GOP would have a hard time winning any national race if they did. Hell, even some red states would be at least purple for the statewide and local stuff too.

    • Lulu says:

      Todd Akin, mister ‘if it’s a legitimate rape the female body has a way of shutting that down’ is also from MO. Hopefully this guy will be cancelled just like Akin.

      • bettyrose says:

        Not in anyway a defense of that fool, but it was a legal defense in play for decades, and I honestly grew up in the 80s thinking this was true. Don’t get me wrong, when Akin made that comment I was enraged, but let’s not give him credit for devising it.

    • Pomski says:

      “how does one reconcile that logic with their faith?”

      It’s simple: immaculate conception. People of this mindset think conception is the miracle, as ‘evidenced’ by Mary’s non-consensual pregnancy. What’s most disturbing about the one-year old analogy is how they just accept that an infant could get pregnant without asking how.

      • North of Boston says:

        RE: Immaculate Conception: Interestingly, Mary becoming pregnant with Jesus is not what that is referring to.

        There’s a whole lot of dysfunction and corruption, demolition of human rights, including reproductive rights that is oozing and flooding out of the X-tian theocracy hungry bigots, but if they are using their supposed belief in the IC to hand wave away rape, letting it go unpunished and and insisting on forced birth, it is just more and more damning proof that they don’t actually read the book Trump paraded around displaying upside down.

      • Flan says:

        Pomski – that isn’t what immaculate conception means

        So many faithful are able to also have logic and science as part of their belief system. I think people like these MO Republican guys are willfully ignorant.

      • DK says:

        @Pomski – what other commenters mean is that “Immaculate Conception” refers to the doctrine that claims Mary herself was conceived without “Original Sin.”

        But it is clear from the context of your comment that your point was about God impregnating Mary without sex.

        However, per the New Testament Gospel accounts, Mary DID get the chance to consent: when the angel told her God wanted her to become pregnant with Jesus, she was given a moment to decide, and she only became pregnant after saying yes.

        Catholics for Choice and other pro-choice Christian groups highlight this as one (among many) religious argument for reproductive rights: just as Mary, the mother of Jesus, got to make her own decision about whether or not to go through with that pregnancy, so should every person get to make their own reproductive choices.

        [I know this isn’t the point you were trying to make, but I think it’s always good to highlight that it’s not just the atheists, agnostics, and many other religions outside of Christianity whose religious freedom is eliminated in these increasingly Christofascist laws. It is also the vast majority of American Christians, including Catholics, who support reproductive choice and have their own religion used against them even when there are plenty of ways to argue from a theological standpoint that abortion is morally acceptable.)

      • Kreama says:

        I don’t think it has anything to do with the immaculate conception. What the abortion debate largely focuses on (wrongly, imo) is the life of the unborn baby to the exclusion of all else. One can believe that all life is scared while extending the principle to the lives of the women who are harmed, disadvantaged and impoverished by having a baby. There are a lot of things the Bible says that God hates ( violence, oppression, and injustice) and loves (mercy, justice, humility) and the political version of “Christianity” in this debate leaves all of that out.

      • Pomski says:

        DK. Thank you. I went online after seeing the responses to my comment to gather more info about IC, but you beautifully articulated my intention. I remember when a very vocal contingent of pro-choice opponents tried to weaponize conception as proof of life, and part of their propaganda was the misuse (and misunderstanding) of immaculate conception. Again, appreciate your thoughtful reply.

    • Delphine says:

      By that logic God is a cruel monster.

      • SquiddusMaximus says:

        There’s a huge element of the “golden rule” at play here, too. Basically, you have earned the fate you are given, whether that be pregnancy, poverty, immigration status, etc. Really rich coming from a cadre of wealthy, white men intent on preserving the prevailing status quo — IMO, a murder of sociopathic monsters.

        This is all reinforced by arguments that disenfranchised people “just need to work harder” to get over their systemic challenges — to financially support their families, to pay medical bills, to deal with crime/violence in their home communities — whatever it takes to convince the public that transformative legislation and public policy is not part of the answer.

        Garbage human beings.

    • Sass says:

      When I was very young (early 20s), I got pregnant unexpectedly and my then boyfriend (now husband) and I decided to accelerate our marriage plans (byproduct of southern culture). We had been planning on marrying the following summer, 18 months away, and not having kids until our early 30s. We were members of a more progressive church at the time and attended premarital counseling with the reverend whom I had nannied for and knew well. I can’t recall the exact conversation surrounding the pregnancy and the marriage but I was young and raised conservatively and Catholic and my reply was basically “it’s God’s will.” The look on the reverend’s face was like “ehhhhhh no.” My first experience with a church official basically being like “you don’t have to get married or keep a baby if you’re not ready.” It really started me on a path to opening my worldview – I have never forgotten that moment. Although for me, two kids and 16 years later, happily married and no longer religious, I was lucky. It was the right thing for us. That doesn’t make it the will of any higher power, just a combination of choices and luck like anything else.

      We keep in touch with the reverend and his family and I to this day have such affection and admiration for him and his wife. They are loudly pro choice, LGBTQ allies at home and at work, and overall just the kind of people I wanted to be when I grew up.

      • bettyrose says:

        Sass – Thank you for sharing that story. I’m really impressed by your clergy for not just promoting a party line. My mom also got pregnant way too young. She and my father only lasted 6 months after that, but they’ve both been very involved as parents (well, my dad dipped when I was in high school, but he was very involved when I was young). But choice is the operative word, right? It was the right decision for you, and you were young and healthy.

        In Judaism, I was always taught that abortion, while not encouraged, needs to be evaluated on individual circumstances, and the dignity of the mother is paramount to those circumstances. Even a young, healthy pregnancy can ruin a life, and that needs to be factored in.

  2. North of Boston says:

    Thank you for the link warning people off Fool Me Once. I’d considered watching it this week, and now that I’m spoiled on it, I am SO glad I did not fire it up when it popped up after the last episode of The Brothers Sun (which I really enjoyed)

    • Sunday says:

      I’m so mad, I was actually really enjoying this show until it completely went off a cliff, just an absolute flop of an ending. Similar to Leave The World Behind, like get back in there and write a real ending!

      • Teddy says:

        Same here re: enjoying the earlier eps. But then I got a feeling they were heading for some kind of too-tricky twist so I peeked at a recaps site. No regrets at all. So glad I bailed.

    • MaryContrary says:

      Loved The Brothers Sun! Fool Me Once was lame.

      • Normandes says:

        Yes to Brothers Sun. Fun easy family watch. A little violent but ok for older kids. Michelle Yeoh continues to be awesome.

    • Big Bertha says:

      I got so mad at the implausibility of the plot from episode 1 and the protagonist’s lips fillers. I do love Joanna Lumley, though.

    • Megs283 says:

      Fool Me Once was super bingeable, it’s best to consume and not ask many questions. 🤣 I enjoyed it, but I wouldn’t necessarily recommend it!

  3. The Marchioness of Blorf says:

    But how do we get that agnostic/atheist majority to get out and vote? The GOP would have a hard time winning any national race if they did. Hell, even some red states would be at least purple for the statewide and local stuff too.

    • North of Boston says:

      I’ve started volunteering for GOTV efforts with my local Indivisible chapter. Which at least lets me feel like I’m doing something. They focus on motivating voters in key races, including in swing states, on other efforts to keep things moving in a good direction.

      Indivisible, whose main thing is Defeat MAGA, Save Democracy has local chapters throughout the country.

  4. BlueNailsBetty says:

    Quick reminder: if someone is lovebombing you then they are trying to distract you from seeing something in them that they don’t want you to see.

    Lovebombing is a giant red flag.

    • Jan90067 says:

      Hard agree! Happened to me twice in the last year; so glad I had good enough instincts to listen to my gut early on!

    • Jaded says:

      Agree 100%. I’ve been love-bombed and thank Dog I had the sense to run away fast. When someone puts you on a pedestal they will push you off at some point and it will be a hard landing.

    • Sass says:

      This! Just before I met my husband, I was single and happy about it. Going out with my friends, traveling, attending live concerts, working and spending my money, letting a new guy take me out for dinner a few nights a week (but eventually got tired of that and swore off dating for a bit), letting my confidence bloom. My teen years were swallowed up by a controlling high school boyfriend and no family support, and after a bad breakup another bad breakup with a guy who swung completely opposite from the high school boyfriend – from caring too much to not caring at all. I was finally healed from it and getting a chance to figure out who I was as a person. Anyway, a friend of mine introduced a new guy to our friend group and the first night we met I did what I did with every guy I met at the time – light flirting. It’s just in my nature, I’m a compulsive winker and teaser. And he became obsessed, and I had to immediately (within 24 hours) shut him down. Someone had given him my number and he called at like 5am to ask me why I was afraid of being loved and he would treat me so well etc. I was SO put off by it and ripped into him. A few months after that he and another friend and another guy were in a ridiculous love triangle including a baby!!! Of unknown parentage!! Gasp, like a soap opera. I was so glad I listened to my gut about that guy and didn’t let his love bombing convince me.

      • I married my love bomber-at a stupid twenty years of age he was thirty. I was verbally and emotionally abused by him once the honeymoon phase ended which was the day he put an engagement ring on my finger. I was somehow able to grow and see through the abuses and divorced him after 5 terrible years.Don’t walk run from this kind of person who does this type thing.

  5. butterflystella says:

    Cute kid… no comment on Khloe

    • SquiddusMaximus says:

      I will comment! She looks ridiculous.

      I am not one to body shame, and I definitely enjoy a bit of Botox myself, but her weird evolving face irritates me. Probably because I find her personality so unbearable. Other celebrities’ impossibly smooth foreheads make me a little sad, but her earthworm lips p!ss me off.

  6. Slush says:

    Yolanda’s fake Birkin reminds me of reading the FBI report of Jen Shah’s raided closet. She had so many fake designer items, it was hilarious.

  7. LarkspurLM says:

    SINGLES! OMG! I’m of “that age” and wow…I’ll need to rewatch that one again.

    Now I keep singing Dyslexic Heart !

  8. JaneS says:

    I can not keep track of everybody now involved with the Kardashians and Jenners.
    I kinda gave up around early days of Lord D.
    There are a lot of them, and they seem to be bringing in new partners or starting new relationships all the time.
    I do know that Kims oldest is on SM pretty often, I think.
    All the original Ks have kids now, including Rob, right?

    Then Kayne and his prisoner-wife pop up a lot too.
    I wish I could make a funnier joke about that lady that Kanye is married to/controlling/using.
    But I can’t.
    The photos of her should be banned. That stuff should not be normalized.
    If it’s a kink/BDSM thing, kept it to yourself and among Adults only.
    Kanyes kids should not be seeing that stuff.

    How much money do they all need? Isn’t it enough?
    PMK, I just know she’s gonna bring in the young kids and $$ in on them too.

    Man, those K women just slap on 2″ of makeup all the time, don’t they?

    Keep church and State separate.
    Religion is a private issue to me.

  9. SAS says:

    Omg, their daughter looks exactly like Tristian Thompson but Tatum resembles (original) Khloe so much! What does that do you psychologically I wonder, when you’ve gone through such effort to change your features?

  10. Jaded says:

    Kid should be afraid of her nails, they look like daggers.

    • SK says:

      I know- the long pointy sharp nails! I winced. I wouldn’t want anything like that near my babies. Hideous

  11. Kreama says:

    Re Khloe: it looks so painful to me when I see lip injections that are so obvious like that.

    Has anyone had it done? Can you still feel your lips? Does it hurt after (I’m talking weeks after the procedure )

    I see ppl who can barely move their lips while talking and the lips look like they’re about to burst. It does not look comfortable or good imo. I’m sure a lesser amount would not be as noticeable.

  12. phlyfiremama says: