LBH, nothing keeps you more grounded and humble then your siblings bringing up embarrassing shit you did 16 years ago!
Reading: It does a mind good.
The out actor plays gay in the new film C.O.G., and while that doesn't mean he wants to be boxed in, Groff is hoping that his upcoming LGBT-centric projects expand the representation of the diverse community in movies and TV.
Satirist and king of the disaffected nerd-gays, David Sedaris, has taken his accidental cool one step further by releasing his audio-book on vinyl. Pssst! BuzzFeed secret santa, you know what to do.
"Spedaris," as Michael Ian Black refers to him (with a vengeance), held a contest in which readers submitted manipulated images of the best-selling writer as a villain.
The comedian/writer/actor wants you to help see that his new book of essays crushes literary juggernaut David Sedaris on the Bestseller List.