The 'Birds of Prey' actor liked it better a few years ago when people would approach him to discuss his work.
The King of Pop previously claimed that the 'Home Alone' and 'Succession' stars used to sleep in his bed when they were younger.
"I was treated like a criminal and then discharged with nothing but a stack of Xeroxed printouts with phone numbers on them."
Just days ago, President Donald Trump revoked previously-established guidance allowing trans kids to use the bathroom that corresponds to their gender identity in the US. Cue Rebekah, a transgender girl who has something to say about that, as a photo of her holding a sign reading “I’m the scary transgender person the media warned you about” has become incredibly popular online.
Some New York City commuters have found a colourful way to cope with the recent election results.On Nov. 9, the usually white walls of the subway underpass on 14th Street was blanketed in a rainbow of Post-its bearing messages of fear and anger but also of love and hope.The vibrant takeover was an initiative by artist Matthew “Levee” Chavez who called it “Subway Therapy.” Chavez sat for hours in the subway underpass handing out sticky notes and markers, and inviting commuters to share their thoughts and frustrations.“The last couple days have been stressful and I wanted to provide people with an opportunity to engage in a small and easy way,” he wrote on his website. “It gave people an outlet to express their hopes and fears in a safe space.”The idea took off with people flocking to cover the walls of the underpass. Chavez estimates that he gave out over 1,500 Post-it notes in a day.Click through the gallery above to see some of our favourite messages and don’t forget to let us know what you think of #SubwayTherapy by tweeting us @YahooStyleCA.
Throughout election season, Donald Trump has been widely called out for his lewd, objectifying and sexist comments — from "Just kiss. I don't even wait," to "Grab them by the pussy." Yet he dismisses them as "just words" and "locker room talk."But to anyone who has dealt with sexual assault or body image issues, these aren't just words. They're hurtful triggers that only embolden such behaviour and encourage rape culture and male privilege.To highlight the lasting impact of Trump's words, Bustle featured 35 women posing with Trump’s sexist words on their bodies. Click through the gallery above to see more and let us know what you think by tweeting us @YahooStyleCA.