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Actress Amber Heard, aka Seth Rogen‘s girlfriend in “Pineapple Express” and Johnny Depp‘s co-star in the upcoming flick “The Rum Diary,” came out at this weekend’s GLAAD 25th anniversary! The actress said she wondered if staying in the closet was contributing to “millions of hard-working, tax paying Americans” being denied their rights. The gorgeous young actress walked the red carpet with her equally attractive partner, Tasya van Ree, and said, “I think GLAAD is one of the many reasons that I, as a 24-year-old, can come out.” It’s super awesome that Amber is being heard (heh) and that she came out of the closet at such a young age when so many in Hollywood seem to wait until they’re outed. [Queerty] In celebration, we’ve rounded up some of the hottest lesbian celebs under the age of 35!
Women don’t want a bouquet of roses. We want a bouquet of stuffed bears! Sure, FTD does something like this, with a bunch of flowers that have a small stuffed animal in the middle, but these bear bouquets take the concept to a whole new level. Personally, they freak me out. Apparently, the number one is lucky in Chinese culture, so there are 11 bears here, the number one doubled. But do they all stare at you with their 22 eyes while you’re sleeping? I shudder to think. [Weekly Teinou] Keep reading »
Yesterday, Simcha alerted us to Jared Leto’s newly blue ‘do. This bright shade of turquoise (or “Mint Blue,” as the Facebook page dedicated solely to Jared Leto’s hair calls it) is one of my favorite colors — even when it’s not attached to a gorgeous man’s face. After the jump, I’ve collected some bright blue clothing and accessories to help us all bring a little Leto into our lives … Keep reading »
“My family always does a banana with your name on it in your stocking. You carve [the name] in really lightly with a pencil, and a couple hours later it’s nice and black. It sounds so gross but I promise it’s really cute! I think it was supposed to be a healthy thing to eat on Christmas morning before you start to eat all the goodies and sweets and all those things.”
There’s good news across the pond for parents who want their little girls to believe they can grow up and be anything they want: A parents group called Pink Stinks, which pressures toy companies and stores to rise above marketing based on traditional gender roles, seems to have been successful in getting the Early Learning Center to change their pink ways — at least a little bit. Keep reading »