Ellen Page talked about a homophobic joke in the film that made her famous

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Ellen Page talked about a homophobic joke in the film that made her famous

Postby geoff » Thu Oct 12, 2017 5:09 am

lets talk abit today on different topic, friends.The queer actress gained popularity as she played a pregnant teen in the drama Juno. And of course, she likes this film a lot, however there was one controversial moment in it which Ellen now regrets about. When Mark suggests the baby name Madison, Juno responds: “Madison? Isn’t that kind of…I don’t know, gay? http://gaynewseurope.com/en/2017/10/11/ ... er-famous/

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Re: Ellen Page talked about a homophobic joke in the film that made her famous

Postby Alfred » Thu Oct 12, 2017 5:23 am

Thanks so much for the sharing this interesting news by the way. I have found out a lot of interesting details. By the way are you interested in this actress??? I am not interested in her playing. But I know that now the actress refuses to read the line as the film is scripted. And Ellen does not believe Hollywood has changed since then, although Hollywood bosses like to think so and to speculate on it. Page, who fronted LGBT documentary series Gaycation, also called out journalists for always asking her about her identity rather than her job. I made Gaycation.

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Re: Ellen Page talked about a homophobic joke in the film that made her famous

Postby geoff » Thu Oct 12, 2017 5:44 am

Here years passed from mouth to mouth stories about "Hassan" or "Mahmud", who managed to leave the country due to the rich Italian (Spanish, German). "Night butterflies" naively believe the stories that a former companion in misfortune burns life, trampling the pavements of Milan or Berlin. However, the majority of prostitutes are willing to change Morocco to Saudi Arabia, whose government "turned a blind eye" to "imported" prostitution, UAE, whose resorts are a happy hunting ground for prostitutes of both sexes, or Kuwait, which employs mainly foreigners

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Re: Ellen Page talked about a homophobic joke in the film that made her famous

Postby markus » Thu Oct 12, 2017 5:57 am

Savage murder was solved recently by operatives of the criminal investigation Railway police Department of Simferopol.
It all started back on August 4. In the late evening in a dark alley, Boulevard Lenin was killed an elderly homeless man. The tramp kind of blunt object smashed his head literally to pieces. Passersby and taxi drivers standing nearby heard the poor man screamed hysterically before he died. But the police arrived to the already cooling body.

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Re: Ellen Page talked about a homophobic joke in the film that made her famous

Postby markus » Thu Oct 12, 2017 5:58 am

The identity of the murdered policemen have established quite quickly. They found 54-year-old homeless man named Valery. It has long been settled at the railway station and lived that begging.
Valera often seen with a dirty young homeless man named max. This guy was begging on the station, he even armed to the credibility of the old heavy crutch, which cleverly was lame in "the workplace". However, near the public saw that after "the change", throwing the crutch guy was running around as if nothing had happened. Physically he was perfectly healthy, but mentally seems to be no. But it is yet to establish expertise.

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Re: Ellen Page talked about a homophobic joke in the film that made her famous

Postby michell » Thu Oct 12, 2017 6:00 am

Vice-speaker of the British Parliament Nigel Evans was arrested on suspicion of rape of men, reported Sunday the British newspaper. Questioning a 55-year-old Evans, who in 2010 confessed that he is gay, lasted almost the whole day on may 4th. The police also searched his car and home in Lancashire, part of which he represents in Parliament for 21 years. On Saturday evening, the policy was released on bail until June 19, said The Sun.

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Re: Ellen Page talked about a homophobic joke in the film that made her famous

Postby geoff » Thu Oct 12, 2017 6:01 am

As reported in the police of Lancashire, on Evans complained about two young men aged 20-29 years. Estimated rape and sexual harassment occurred in the period from July 2009 to March 2013.
Evans is a Conservative party and is an ardent supporter of the Prime Minister of great Britain David Cameron, says The Daily Mail. The head of the Cabinet and the speaker of Parliament John bercow already informed about the incident.

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Re: Ellen Page talked about a homophobic joke in the film that made her famous

Postby geoff » Thu Oct 12, 2017 6:02 am

Apparently, Evans will have to resign as Deputy speaker during the investigation, the Newspapers. Meanwhile, when a politician has confessed his homosexuality, in his article, he wrote that political rivals threatened to use his sexuality to blackmail.
In 1998, recalls The Daily Mail, Evans voted against lowering from 18 to 16 years the so-called "age of consent" for homosexual contact. Two years later, he was in favor of the amendment. In 2001, the age lowered

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Re: Ellen Page talked about a homophobic joke in the film that made her famous

Postby markus » Fri Oct 13, 2017 5:51 am

The first delusion: sexual diversity gives the relationship a new freshness.
Many people at this moment abandon the search for new relationships, a new perception, trying to learn different poses and buy a subscription to a fitness center. Just want to note: nothing wrong in all this. A similar path can really nice to diversify the sexual life, and even sports definitely never hurt anyone. The trouble is that all this activity is in no way solves the main problem of the newness of the relationship as a whole. Unfortunately, even improving your body, you can hardly change yourself.

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Re: Ellen Page talked about a homophobic joke in the film that made her famous

Postby michell » Fri Oct 13, 2017 5:52 am

Another common misconception: it is necessary each time to change the partner in the moment when relationships come to a standstill.
For all the apparent simplicity of this path, it is fraught with the greatest danger to humans. The fact is that if the problem was the monotony of the relationship, that is, an abstract thing, you are not directly connected, then, take this road, become monotonous it is you, yourself. I wonder how would you describe the person who solves all problems with only one, and the most easy and not creative, way - leave? Think about it, would you like to be with someone like that? Would it interest you? And finally, what do you think: is it possible to be happy, nothing has actually doing and voluntarily escaping from any possibility of happiness?


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