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After 'Glee' Costar Said She Made Work 'a Living Hell,' Lea Michele Loses Sponsorship, Apologizes

In Britain's Second Phase, Meeting Up with Strangers Still Not Allowed

After being called out on Twitter by former "Glee" costar Samantha Marie Ware, and then losing a sponsorship deal with the meal-kit company Hello Fresh, Lea Michele is ap...

Adult Performer Billy Santoro's Racist Comments Lead to Sites Dumping Him and Apparent Suicide Attempt

Adult Performer Billy Santoro's Racist Comments Lead to Sites Dumping Him and Apparent Suicide Attempt

Jun 4
An adult performer apparently attempted suicide after his racist comments led to content-sharing sites cancelling his account and a social media backlash.

Having Sex? Take a Shower, Wear a Mask & Don't Kiss

Having Sex? Take a Shower, Wear a Mask & Don't Kiss

Jun 4
With a new normal coming to be, how does the culture handle sexual contact?

Actors Speak Out Over Lea Michele Controversy, 'Glee' Star Samantha Marie Ware Responds to Apology

Actors Speak Out Over Lea Michele Controversy, 'Glee' Star Samantha Marie Ware Responds to Apology

Jun 4
After "Glee" star Samantha Marie Ware called out her costar Lea Michele on Twitter, several other actors who worked with Michele are responding to the controversy. Additionally, Ware reacted to Michele's recent apology.

Gay Dating Apps Scruff and Jack'd Follow Grindr in Removing 'Ethnicity Filters'

Gay Dating Apps Scruff and Jack'd Follow Grindr in Removing 'Ethnicity Filters'

Jun 4
The company that owns the gay dating apps Scruff and Jack'd announced this week that it will be removing the "ethnicity filters" from both platforms in order to show support for the Black Lives Matter movement.

Cannes Announces Lineup for a Festival Canceled by COVID

Cannes Announces Lineup for a Festival Canceled by COVID

By Jake Coyle | Jun 4
From an empty movie theater in Paris, organizers of the Cannes Film Festival on Wednesday announced the films that would have played at there in May had it not been canceled by the pandemic.