Oh FFS she was trying to not be a Bridezilla about what the flower girls wore and leave the choice up to the parents, *IF* the damn thing even happened and wasn't completely fabricated by the press.
Right?! It seems like even 10 years ago, the narrative around celebs going to rehab was that they were total fuckups and rehab was something shameful, to be sneered at. I'm glad there has been a shift.
As I recall from when the term “GGG” originated in the Savage Love column*, “good” referred to “not being intentionally bad at the thing your partner wants to try” - e.g. if your partner wants to have their pussy ate, you make a sincere effort to do it well, instead of just, like, sticking your tongue out and… Read more
They only “made public” their “relationship” when she turned 18 - the impression I got was that they had been together in secret for some time before.
I’m pretty sure they don’t - only the big anchor stores have them, the small retail spaces for, like, shoe stores do not.
It can certainly be a source of trauma for people who were abused by family, bullied by peers, and oppressed by institutions. It might or might not be something that bothers Elliot Page, but as somebody else said, he chose a name that’s easy for people to remember so accidental deadnaming may be less likely.
I don’t think it would end up being much different than anyone else who acted under a different name at one point or another - credits would probably stay the same, IMDB or Wiki entries would probably be something along the lines of “Juno; 2007 (as Ellen Page)“ or “X-men; 2000 (credited as Rebecca Romijn-Stamos)"
lets be real clear about this: more than half of white people voted for trump. White people make up 2/3 of the electorate. It is 100% our fault he was elected. White people, men or women, have NO place blaming any minority groups for election results. We do not have the moral high ground.