This article is for blind-item junkies, gossip addicts and anyone just fascinated by a “too good to be true” story. This is celebrity urban mythology at its finest.
I hope Aaron Sorkin and Sofia Coppola fight over who gets to turn this into a movie.
Technology Can’t Stop The Turkey Drop
There may be tears around the dinner table tomorrow; as any campus psychologist can tell you, Thanksgiving is “turkey drop” time. The term famously refers to the holiday break-up, when college students who’ve been in long-distance relationships return home and end things with their sweethearts. The stereotypical “turkey dropper” is a college freshman whose boyfriend or girlfriend is still in high school, attending another college, or not in school at all. Come late November, he or she has spent two or three months marinating in a new environment, has met new people, perhaps had a hook-up (or fallen for someone new). Summer’s starry-eyed promise to “make it work, no matter what” has become late autumn’s “I think it’s time we took a break.”
A Girl’s Guide To Attending A Gay Bar
The relationship between girls and gay bars (male-only crowd, for our purposes) is fraught at best. While treatment of queer women at such establishments is another article entirely, a gaggle of straight women in one of “our” spaces can provoke confusion and intolerance on both sides.
Zack Rosen (of the now-defunk The New Gay) breaks down some rules for women who like to cruise gay bars [or as they are referred to here in DC, “bars that cater to the neighborhood”].
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