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!! OMG, his butt: Stephen Bear from Season 3 of ‘My Ex On The Beach’ !!


Stephen Bear from Season 3 of ‘My Ex On The Beach’ is the latest bro to appear on the reality show and rise to notoriety by exposing his behind which looks as if it was chiselled from marble itself. Check it out after the NSFW jump!

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!! OMG, quote of the day: Vice President Joe Biden addresses the 2015 HRC National Dinner “Love is not a political matter. It’s a basic human right.” !!


The Vice President looked back on the perspective his father instilled in him at an early age regarding equality, and made a speech acknowledging that there are still homophobes in America, and most of them are running for President.

The future politician was just 17, riding in a car with his dad in downtown Wilmington, Delaware.

“He was driving me into town… dropping me off so that I could run in and get an application to be a lifeguard…” he recalled.

“And we’re at a light, before it changed and I was about to get out and I looked to my right and there were two very well-dressed, conservatively dressed men, who embraced each other and kissed and walked in different directions—to their jobs, I assume.”

Given it was 1959, and Biden’s father, Joe Sr., was a used car salesman, what happened next was surprising.

“And I turned and looked at my dad. And I’ll never forget what he said. He said, ’Joey, they’re in love with each other. It’s that simple.’ And it’s always been that simple for me.”

Check out his full speech below:



!! Omg, dat chew, Janice Dickinson? Courtney Cox needs to step away from the scalpel STAT !!


When you are known for your comedic talent, this is just not what you should do with your expressive face! [celebitchy]

Here’s Demi Lovato getting her chi-chis and tuckus out for Vanity Fair [dlisted]

Here are Tim Tebow‘s massive, shirtless muscles [socialite life]

The Pope also met with a gay couple apparently [queerty]

Sign this petition on the White House website to reinstate the 1994 federal ban on assault weapons –> [kenneth]

In DUH type news: A figure skater comes out as GAY [towleroad]

Naked footballer alert (NSFW) [boy culture]

Vatican priest comes out, gets fired immediately [joemygod]

Here’s the guy who works as the barista at your local coffee shop giving you blue steel [ohlala]


!! OMG, a contest: David Bowie ‘Five Years 1969-1973’ !!


Enter to win David Bowie: Five Years 1969-1973, the first in a series of boxed sets spanning the career of the legendary performer.

The 10-album/12-CD box, 10-album/13-LP vinyl set, and digital download each feature all of the material officially released by Bowie during the nascent stage of his career from 1969 to 1973, tracks that have never before appeared on CD/digitally, plus new remasters!


Exclusive to the boxed sets is Re:Call 1, a new 2-disc compilation of non-album singles, single versions & b-sides featuring a previously unreleased single edit of “All The Madmen” and the original version of “Holy Holy.” Also exclusive to all versions of DAVID BOWIE: FIVE YEARS 1969 – 1973 is a 2003 stereo remix of The Rise and Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars by the album’s original co-producer Ken Scott. The boxed set’s accompanying book features rarely seen photos as well as technical notes about each album from producers Tony Visconti and Ken Scott, an original press review for each album, and a short foreword by legendary Kinks front man Ray Davies.

The collection is available now, as a CD Boxset, Vinyl Boxset, and on iTunes.

THE CONTEST: Describe your favorite Bowie look from the period of 1969-1973 (you can include a photo if you like). Tell us why it is the best and what it means to you.

THE RULES: Please email your contest entry along with your full name, North American shipping address, and telephone number to contest@omgblog.com. All personal information is collected in accordance with our privacy policy.

Our favorite response will win the 10-album/12-CD box of David Bowie: Five Years 1969-1973. The winner will be announced on our Facebook page next week.