The Sun and The Daily Mail each have multiple articles and The Daily Mail includes photos on the custodial couple who will house J'Degenerate. I don't think they have any idea what they are in for and I doubt the husband cares.
Im so sick and tired of everyone treating LVP like shit
Additional Public Record is showing more details .... Wonder what that will mean for her future ?
In a Glamour magazine cover story published this week, Demi Lovato discusses many aspects of her personal life including her being queer. She says that her unsuccessful engagement to a man was a huge sign about her sexuality and that she is currently exploring her queerness through casual dating. Lovato follows this up by saying that she feels “too queer” to be with a cis man right now. I’m happy that she’s comfortable with her sexuality but how is the phrase “to queer to be with a cis man” not transphobic? If you’re too queer to date a cis man shouldn’t you also be to queer to date trans men as well? You can just say man. She is doing the same thing that the super straight movement is doing: saying that attraction to trans people has a different label than attraction to cis people and that whether parter is cis or trans changes her sexuality. I’m especially frustrated that people who say they disagree with “super straights” do not care. Just because demi is queer and is using the “correct” vocabulary should not giver her a pass to communicate harmful ideas. Attraction to trans men isn’t a whole different sexuality. She also says that she was not attracted to the bodies of the men she was previously with, suggesting that trans men do not have the male features she found unattractive. To make it worse, a lot of other tabloids are sharing this story and including the quote. I don’t want more people to read that and then think it’s queer for a woman to be attracted to a trans man.
harpersbazaar.com | Mar 3 2021
While the duchess is a frequent target of the British media, Prince Andrew, who had close ties to Jeffrey Epstein, remains unscathed.
As the Duchess of Sussex faces yet another attack from the British media, people on Twitter are calling out the double standard in the tabloids' treatment of her versus Prince Andrew, who stepped down from royal duties last year after his close ties to disgraced financier and sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein were revealed.
Yesterday, The Times published a report that includes claims from royal palace aides who said that one of Meghan's former advisers had filed a bullying complaint against her while she lived at Kensington Palace. The report also comes just days before Meghan, who is pregnant, and Prince Harry's interview with Oprah Winfrey is set to air.
"The Duchess is saddened by this latest attack on her character, particularly as someone who has been the target of bullying herself and is deeply committed to supporting those who have experienced pain and trauma," the Sussexes' spokesperson says in a statement shared with BAZAAR.com and The Times.
A statement from the Sussexes' communication team to The Times read, "Let's just call this what it is—a calculated smear campaign based on misleading and harmful misinformation. We are disappointed to see this defamatory portrayal of The Duchess of Sussex given credibility by a media outlet."
Folks and supporters of the couple were quick to point out the difference in the way that British media have treated Meghan versus Prince Andrew.
Andrew's reportedly close friendship with the late Jeffrey Epstein, who was federally charged for the sex trafficking of minors, came under intense scrutiny in 2019. [Virginia Roberts Giuffre](https://www.harpersbazaar.com/celebrity/l... keep reading on reddit ➡
The tabs: All show, little go
By Ed WillDenver Post Staff Writer
Feb. 23 - Supermarket tabloids employ a flamboyant style of reporting, headline writing and picture editing that can be silly, funny and entertaining.
Sometimes the subject matter doesn't fit the style, but the tabloids plunge ahead anyway as they have done with their coverage of JonBenet Ramsey, the 6-year-old killed in her wealthy family's Boulder home. They entertain and amuse with outlandish or shocking headlines that often are not supported by the stories, unnamed sources that may or may not exist, doctored or misleading photographs, a kernel or two of truth in a field of fiction, and a disdain for celebrity. It's all driven by a fierce competition among experienced, top-notch reporters whose aggressiveness earns them some of the highest salaries paid in journalism. The tabloids are armed with thick checkbooks and the freedom to buy information they can't get any other way.
And they have broken news in the Ramsey case, a story that includes a millionaire father, John Ramsey; a younger beauty-queen mother, Patsy Ramsey; a child victim who starred in kiddie beauty pageants; and a team of investigators some have compared to the Keystone Kops. Tabloid reporters often beat the mainstream media when they zero in on a story. Their coverage of the Nicole Brown Simpson murder forced highly regarded national newspapers to quote tabloid stories. But readers should be aware that tabloids do not approach or display a Ramsey story any differently from the way they do one about Michael Jackson's monkey or the latest twist in Elizabeth Taylor's love life.
Ramsey reports carried in the Feb. 25 editions of the four weeklies, which began arriving at newsstands on Feb. 17, are worth a critical look.
The Enquirer and Globe devote the majority of their covers to the case. The Examiner and Star carry the story across the top of Page 1.
All four carry pictures of the dead child. The Globe also features a picture of her parents, John and Patsy Ramsey. The Enquirer includes a small picture of the mother. Each front page contains the tabloid standard of a shocking headline that promises more than the story will deliver.
The Examiner's three-deck, yellow headline screams: "MYSTERY FOOTPRINT LEADS TO REAL JonBenet KILLER." A smaller headline drives the point home, "Shocking new police evidence."
That headline is repeated above a story on Page 13. It leads with the "news" that insiders say t... keep reading on reddit ➡
Words and phrases.
I’ve got to go with ‘my drink and drugs hell’ when celebrity x is open and remorseful about their hell raising.
Special shout out to ‘love rat’ when male public figure’s been known to cheat.
I wish people would quit taking the word of tabloid rags as gospel. Sites like The Sun and Daily Mail have one purpose and that's to get people to click their stories. They don't care if they're telling the truth as long as they get that sweet, sweet ad revenue.