Wait, that was Taylor Swift?!
That’s the question many Swifties are asking themselves after watching her jaw-dropping new music video for feminist anthem “The Man,” in which she sports heavy prosthetics and a beard to play a pompous, high-achieving businessman.
Throughout the four-minute clip, Swift imagines all the things she could do as a man with no consequences or judgement: partying with models on a yacht, “manspreading” on the subway, marrying a much-younger woman, and urinating on a wall out in public with a “no scooters” sign (a nod to her feud with music executive Scooter Bruan, as eagle-eyed fans pointed out).
In a meta twist at the end of the video, bearded Swift walks over to blonde-haired Swift in a director’s chair, who gives some sarcastically sexist direction for the next take: “Can you try to be sexier? Maybe more likable this time?”
J. Yaniv just punched me in the back of the head. Just spoke to police. Luckily there are two security cameras directly overhead at the courthouse. I need an advil. pic.twitter.com/3hfm2CfYhq— Keean Bexte 🇨🇦🇭🇰 (@TheRealKeean) January 14, 2020
Watch as Yaniv charges at journalist and throws a flurry of punches
The video, which has already amassed over a million views on Twitter, shows Yaniv charging at the reporter and throwing a flurry of punches.
“Yaniv just punched me in the back of the head,” reporter Keean Bexte said. “Just spoke to police. Luckily there are two security cameras directly overhead at the courthouse.”
“I need an Advil.”
VANCOUVER, Wash. (KATU) – Police arrested a 25-year-old accused of murdering a transgender teenager who has beenmissing since June.
Investigators said they believe 18-year-old Nikki Kuhnhausen was killed after revealing to the suspect, David Bogdanov, that she was born male.
On December 7, someone found Nikki’s remains while collecting bear grass on Larch Mountain in a remote part of northeast Clark County.
A B.C. woman who made headlines for a failed human rights complaint alleging she was discriminated against by aestheticians who wouldn’t wax her male genitalia is facing criminal charges.
The Langley RCMP says Jessica Yaniv, 32, is facing two counts of possession of a prohibited weapon after brandishing a taser in a video feud with another YouTube user.
Police said that on Aug. 5 they received multiple reports of a Langley woman who had brandished the weapon during a live stream.
“I don’t need to be scared in my own house, that I’m going to get (expletive) attacked,” says Yaniv, before raising a taser and activating it on screen.
Last week, Seattle and King County leaders hired transgender stripper Beyoncé Black St. James to perform at their annual conference on solving homelessness.— Christopher F. Rufo (@realchrisrufo) December 15, 2019
Here's how they're using taxpayer money: pic.twitter.com/J0lCKVVfgO
On Monday, video emerged of the performance of transgender stripper Beyoncé Black St. James at the annual conference of Seattle and King County officials on solving homelessness on December 9.
Christopher Rufo a contributing editor for City-Journal, posted the video on Twitter, commenting, “Here’s how they’re using taxpayer money.”: Last week, Seattle and King County leaders hired transgender stripper Beyoncé Black St.
NEW YORK (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — The Hallmark Channel initially said it “was distracting from the purpose of our network,” when addressing why it pulled a wedding commercial featuring a lesbian couple. Now the channel says it made a “wrong decision,” and will reinstate commercials featuring same-sex couples.
It began with a complaint from a conservative group and the earlier decision by Crown Media, Hallmark’s parent company, to pull several ads for the wedding planning site Zola featuring two brides kissing at the altar launched a storm of protest. Celebrities like Ellen DeGeneres and William Shatner criticized the move and the hashtag #BoycottHallmarkChannel was trending on Twitter at one point.