The haters lost their minds with Episode 3. Now with Episode 7 they have gone on meltdown mode
The Last of Us’ Episode 7 – “Left Behind” is the show’s latest in an already long line of heartbreakers. This seventh episode finally gives Ellie (Bella Ramsey) the flashback treatment it deployed in its first and third episodes, detailing the night Ellie discovered she was immune to the Cordyceps fungus, and also lost her best friend, Riley (Storm Reid), to a zombie bite. “Left Behind” is a beautiful showcase, a miniature coming-of-age tale with a plot that is rigged to elicit emotional turmoil from the audience.
Over the course of the night, Ellie embraces her sexuality when she has what seems to be her first kiss with Riley. (Which is in the video game.)
Today is (semi-)officially International Kiss A Ginger Day, which means every ginger person you come across today you must grab and plant a loving kiss onto immediately. (As is we needed an excuse!)
Kiss A Ginger Day was started in 2009 by Derek Forgie as a Facebook group intended as a “karmic counter-event” to the November 2008 creation of a Kick A Ginger campaign, also on Facebook. The latter resulted in numerous ginger kids being assaulted at school, stirring international outrage and condemnation. In response, Derek decided to dedicate January 12th to a much more peace-loving activity aimed towards gingers.
As you know we at Back2Stonewall.com LOVE OUR GINGERS! We firmly support Kiss A Ginger Day and encourage anybody reading this to go forth and spread some ginger love!
Just so you know there is no rule to where you have to kiss them by the way. *wink-wink-nudge-nudge*
With the French National Assembly beginning its debate on same-sex marriage equality today wo straight French members of parliament took matters into their own hands and lips to show that they are strongly behind gay marriage.
Two straight French members of parliament decided to show their solidarity with gay rights advocates in their own way – they kissed. Socialist MPs Yann Galut and Nicolas Bays joined the ‘Marriage for All’ protests on Sunday (27 January), where a reported quarter of a million people marched across the country. Galut said: ‘We’re both straight, we’re both married with children. But today with the kiss of solidarity, it meant we, as parliamentary members who start fighting for same-sex marriage legislation in two days, we stand in solidarity with homosexuals. ‘We stand in solidarity with their demands.’
Sometimes, it is the simplest of acts that symbolize the most.
Chris Kluwe really needs to start doing this and I volunteer to help him. Pretty please.
The Ukrainian reporter tries to kiss Will on the lips on the red carpet and the actor angrily pushes him away and then backhands him across the face. You can clearly see that Will is incredibly pissed that the guy showed overt affection toward him.
After watching the video all I really see is the guy kissing Smith on the cheeks which is a very old world custom.
Me? I would have much rather preffered to kiss Josh Brolin. But to each thier own.