Reese Witherspoon as Elle Woods kicks off #ThrowbackThursday.
When you’re checkin’ someone out, what do you check out first?
“Players only. No wives, gfs, bfs, side pieces.”
BuzzFeed chief Los Angeles correspondent Kate Aurthur and Legal Editor Chris Geidner discuss the question of the weekend: What’s off limits when it comes to figures like Illinois Rep. Aaron Schock, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, soon-to-be MSNBC host Ronan Farrow, and others? A recurring LGBT question in a new year.
Well, technically, every part of it is perfect. But these parts are most perfect.
In a recent interview, Rogers admitted he wasn’t dating anyone. We expect him to begin taking applications for the position as soon as possible.
The soccer star recently made history as the first ever openly gay major league soccer player. And also he’s basically perfect.
A little past 9:45 p.m. in California on Sunday night, Robbie Rogers — wearing number 14 — took to the field for the Los Angeles Galaxy. It was the first time an out gay man had played in a prominent major league team sport in the U.S.
After coming out in February and retiring from soccer, it was reported Friday night that Rogers will be back and playing for the Los Angeles Galaxy.
And he’s been out for two months.