Fresh-Faced of Courtney Stodden

Courtney Stodden – She’s so young to be an infamous whore in Hollywood.

(Courtney Stodden in Pink Bunny Sexy Suit)

Raggedy stripper-like glamour Courtney Stodden legally turned regal 18 last August 29. Now, that she can rightfully vote, freely buy cigarettes and liquors; aside from having the privilege of signing up to protect her nation in Baghdad City, she can choose now whether to accept or neglect to grace her slutty figure on adult magazine centerfolds like Playboy.

Mrs. Doug Hutchison’s current make up looks so much better and fresher than her usual signature style (AWFUL STRIPPER HEELS and TACKY CLOTHES) as she always celebrating scandalicious solidarity with her 52-year-old creepy D-lister husband.

Courtney Stodden and Doug Hutchison

One of her hilarious X-rated tweets

“Simply spending Saturday studying so many sensual subjects – Shhh!”

Prim & Proper Courtney (In Photos)
Be Proud Stoddenistas! xxx

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(SHOCKING PHOTOS) Students Licked Shaving Foam Off Polish Catholic Priest’s Knee

Some photos of High School students willingly joining in a creepy initiation in school.

Salesian schoolchildren climbing stairs using hands and knees

Salesian schoolchildren climbing stairs using hands and knees

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How to Live College as a Bad Ass

College life is not all about being a goody two shoes. It’s also all about productively rebelling. This nerdy-looking guy knows how to have a good time and live like a bad ass by skipping homework and going to the mountains on a sunny day wearing an over-sized, checkered shirt. He should have just looked for homework help online instead of making a run for it. Let’s not hope he didn’t post this on Facebook or he might get more than an F in homework.

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International Movie Fests that Celebrate LGBT to Watch this Month

ImageAfter reading essays from famous theologists Kosofsky Sedgwick, Judith Butler, and Lauren Berlant, it influenced me to narrow down a list of great film festivals to see this August. As an avid supporter of gay Community and Equal Rights in the University, I am proud to kick off with pride raising the emblematic rainbow flag of LGBTs by making a compilation of best movie galas to watch out in different states and regions across the world that aims to elevate queer visibility, understanding, appreciation and awareness through motion pictures.

Gaze: Dublin Lesbian and Gay Film Festival
Dublin, Ireland | August 2-6, 2012

Entzaubert Queer D.I.Y Film Festival
Berlin, Germany | August 2-5, 2012

North Carolina Annual Gay and Lesbian Film Festival (NCGLFF)
Durham, North Carolina, USA | August 10-19, 2012

Vancouver Queer Film Festival
British Columbia, Canada | August 14-26, 2012

Louisville LGBT Film Festival
Kentucky, USA | August 16-19, 2012

Pride of the Ocean LGBT Film Festival Cruise
Alaska, USA | August 18-25, 2012

Gender DocuFilm Fest
Rome, Italy | August 23-25, 2012

Birmingham SHOUT Gay & Lesbian Film Festival
Alabama, USA | August 24-26, 2012

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Covered in Maple Leaves and Syrup

One of my fave themes for a photoshoot in ANTM

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America’s Next Top Model: College Edition



Newly graduate Tyra Banks got the inspiration to do a college-themed season after earning a degree in Harvard Business School. ANTM’s Cycle 19 will be featuring thirteen hopefuls from different college universities in the United States. The winner of this season will get the title and will also have the opportunity to grace on the cover of Nylon magazine and a modeling contract. The lucky college undergraduate will be the new brand ambassador for ad campaigns of Nine West and Smashbox Cosmetics.

Fashion photographer Nigel Barker, runway coach J. Alexander (aka Miss J) and make-up artist Jay Manuel will not be joining on the upcoming season, instead a new set of judging panel will take place comprising of blogger Bryanboy, fashion publicist Kelly Cutrone, and model Rob Evans. Meanwhile, Katy Perry’s stylist Johnny Wujek will be the creative consultant. Cycle 19 will also viewer’s participation through online voting.

ANTM Cycle 19: College Edition will premiere on Friday, August 24, 2012, 8 P.M. on The CW. Let’s checkout these University term paper scholars-slash-aspirants and see who you think will be the America’s Next Top Model.

ANTM’s Contestants

Allyssa Vuelma, 20
School: Florida State University

Brittany Brown, 18
School: Chandler-Gilbert Community College

Darian Ellis, 22
School: Louisiana State University

Destiny Strudwick, 18
School: Aveda Institute of Columbus

Jessie Rabideau, 23
School: University of Southern California

Kiara Belen, 22
School: University of California, Irvine

Kristin Kagay, 19
School: Florida State College at Jacksonville

Laura James, 21
School: Paul Smith’s College

Leila Goldkuhl, 20
School: University of Rhode Island

Maria Tucker, 22
School: Harvard Divinity School

Nastasia Scott, 19
School: East Stroudsburg University

Victoria Henley, 18
School: Liberty University

Yvonne Powless, 20
School: University of Texas at Austin

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Catcher in the Rye: Life Lessons for Students

This is one book that has gone through much controversy, hate, and then love.  When it was first released, The Catcher in the Rye was hated because of its supposedly, perverse nature and was actually banned in schools.

But then, it was then coined as one of the beloved books and was endorsed to be part of the reading curriculum of schools because of the way it presented life and love. It has even been the subject of essays in sites like and other related sites because teachers assign it as book reviews very so often.

And so, read on for things that students can get from this literature that was ahead of its time.

Things change when we become adults
The main character, Holden Caufield, thought that it was his life’s mission to save children falling off from innocence.  He had this notion that we can maintain our child-like ways even if we reach our adult life.  While this maybe the best way to live life, like a child who sees everything in black and white, unfortunately, in this world where the line between good and evil becomes thinner everyday, we are compelled to live life in some gray areas and just fervently hope to learn from them.

Before saving other, we must first save ourselves

Holden was held back by his bad experiences in Pency Prep, the college he attended, to his checking in to motels and his encounter with this endeared teacher, Mr. Antollini. He couldn’t bring himself up to fight with the pimp of the prostitute that he just wanted to talk to, he didn’t fight back with his roommate who beat him up after they disagreed
about a girl.

Living in the past will get us nowhere
At the end of the novel, Holden ironically remembers the people who beat him for no justifiable reason.  This can mean that he held on to the unwarranted violence that he received trying to do the right thing.  He is so holding tight to the past that it is the only thing that seemed to have brought him comfort.




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Lessons Highschool Students Can Learn from Frankenstein

Since school is about to begin in less than five weeks, it is high time students hit the books and begin on munching on literature that would be part of their reading list when school time comes. And one of the books in every classroom reading list is Frankenstein.

Messing with the natural order of things has serious consequences
When Victor Frankenstein created the robot and brought it to life, even not giving it a name, he unleashed an unseen force of destruction.  He created a living, breathing creature the unnatural way and then turned his back because the creature did not looked like what he envisioned.

There is evil inside each of us
Robot or human, we all have our dark side. We are all inclined to go to the dark by certain life situations which overall are confusing and disheartening.  The monster turned murderous after he experienced rejection and disgust because of its appearance.

Taking someone else’s life for revenge does not bring peace
Vengeance in the form of killing will never, ever bring complete peace.  It might bring satisfaction and a sense of justice but it will forever haunt us, no matter how wronged we felt.  Victor spent the last months and days of life just searching the monster and vowing that one of them has to die so that the string of deaths of his loved ones will end.

Frankenstein Overview (Link)

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Weird-Sounding Real Names of Singers

Music icons trade in their original names for pseudonyms for various reasons. Perhaps, a number of them certainly don’t like their real names for a fact that it’s not profitable and marketable, as well as for others, they are just targeting to regain their respect in streets. As you can grasp on this shortlist, many of them need to change their given names that may possibly leave you raising your eyebrows and smirking a smile while scratching your head because of their peculiar bona fide names.

Akon – Aliaune Damala Badara Akon Thiam

Barry Manilow – Barry Pincus

Bjork – Bjork Gudmundsdottir

Dido – Florian Cloud de Bounevialle Armstrong

Freddie Mercury – Farrokh Bulsara

George Michael – Yorgos Panayiotou

J. Holiday – Nahum Grymes

M.I.A. – Mathangi Arulpragasam

Omarion – Omari Grandberry

Seal – Henry Olusegun Olumide Samuel

Snoop Dogg – Calvin Cordozar Broadus, Jr

Stevie Wonder – Stevland Judkins

The-Dream – Terius Youngdell Nash

Yanni – Yiànnis Hryssomàllis

Yngwie Malmsteem – Lars Lannerback

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Hunky Male Celebs Who are also Hunky Professors

Teachers have the noble task of educating students to be the best they can be. They stretch their creative juices just to make their students engaged and willing to absorb the lessons inside the four walls of the classroom. Being an educator entails being a second parent, making students write numerous college essays, being their friend and enemy at times, and always having their best interests at heart.

The following male celebrities who are or at one point of their lives became teachers have a little advantage over getting their students’ attention. They have face and their physique to thank for that.

James Franco
Taught at Yale on 2011 and currently teaching poetry and film at NYU

John Hamm
Taught drama John Burroughs High School in St. Louis, Missouri

Kalpen Modi
Taught Asian-American Studies at University of Pennsylvania

Taught English, Music, and Soccer at St. Katherine Convent School in England

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