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April 1, 2015

Author spent part of his childhood in the state

Author Stephen King has the best response to Indiana's 'religious freedom' law yet.

The law, which was signed last week, allows businesses to turn away LGBTI people on religious grounds and has been met with sharp criticism and state boycotts.

The King of horror took to Twitter on Monday (30 March) night to blast the law.

'Indiana's Religious Freedom Restoration act is gay discrimination, pure and simple,' he wrote.

'You can frost a dog turd, but it's still a dog turd.'

March 21, 2015

François Ozon's fascination with human sexuality continues

Adapted from a short-story by crime-writer Ruth Rendell, François Ozon's latest feature continues his fascination with human sexuality.

The New Girlfriend is an intriguing tale of obsession, secrets, and identity.

Typically of Ozon, this is a movie that looks beautiful. Stunning Autumnal colors that emphasise and amplify the themes of change, rebirth and renewal.

December 27, 2013

'We Can't Stop' singer swaps saliva with the edgy English beauty on a trip to Amsterdam

Miley Cyrus and model Cara Delevingne sure know how to milk a gimmick.

After licking sledgehammers, wrecking balls and various other objects, the ‘We Can’t Stop’ singer has decided to lick someone else.

On 26 December, Cyrus tweeted a sexy snap of her with English model Delevingne.

The Instagram shot shows the two kissing as a graphic rainbow appears to beam from behind them both.

‘LOVE!!!!!We finally got the filmed developed Mush,’ Cyrus said. 

May 3, 2012

Malaysian newspaper New Straits Times edits senator's speech to sound anti-Islamic and criticises his support of LGBT rights

An Australian senator who visited Kuala Lumpur last weekend to witness an anti-corruption demonstration and to meet with the leader of the opposition found himself attacked in a state-controlled newspaper article.

Nick Xenophon, an independent senator for South Australia, says the article is a 'vile defamation' and he is seeking legal action. 'I'm gobsmacked that someone could stoop so low,' he added.