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“During my practices with Julian I get so into it and I feel no fear. But then you get here and you know everyone is staring at you, you’re about to get judged by three people you’ve never met in your life. As a human, it just sets off your flight or fight response.

“I tried really hard tonight but it was definitely not my best performance,” she continues. “It’s so hard because I can go out there and do every dance move, but no one wants to see just that, just the moves. So I need to go out there and also perform. But then they say your form is shit…so I just can’t win. But practice makes perfect.”

“During practices with Julian I get so into it and I feel no fear” Angie Kent said of her Dancing With The Stars rehearsals. Source: Network Ten.

For Angie, who is starring on the series along with a cast of fellow beloved Australian celebrities including Dami Im, Beau Ryan and Celia Pacquola, said the emotional stress of appearing on Dancing With The Stars was the reason why her family and boyfriend Carlin were not at the premiere.

“In terms of physical and mental stress, this show is the hardest one I’ve ever done,” she said. “The Bachelorette was emotionally and mentally challenging and beyond anything I could ever imagine. With all the long hours I had to do and with putting my heart on the line, but that really paid off.

“This time I’m really being judged, and you’re not usually being judged right to your face. I know Australia has judged me a thousand times while I’ve been on TV in the past, but I didn’t know about it unless I searched for it. So that’s hardcore.

“I didn’t want anybody to travel to watch me on my first show. The stress alone of being judged by three beautiful judges, an entire live audience and all of Australia, was enough for me. I didn’t then want the pressure of my family flying all the way from Queensland, and Carlin coming all the way from Sydney.

“I said to them all ‘just let me get through this week because I am already struggling mentally, physically and emotionally. Next week I think he’ll (Carlin) come.”





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Battle of the bigoted billionaires

Just a few minutes into Wednesday’s Democratic debate, Elizabeth Warren spectacularly threw down the gauntlet.

“I’d like to talk about who we’re running against,” the senator said. “A billionaire who calls women ‘fat broads’ and ‘horse-faced lesbians’. And no, I’m not talking about Donald Trump. I’m talking about Mayor Bloomberg.”

The comments Warren cited come from a 1990 booklet called The Portable Bloomberg: The Wit and Wisdom of Michael Bloomberg, which the businessman’s colleagues put together for his 48th birthday. An editor’s note by the Bloomberg company’s former chief marketing officer Elisabeth DeMarse reads: “Yes, these are all actual quotes. No, nothing has been embellished or exaggerated. And yes, some things were too outrageous to include.”

A few quotes that weren’t considered “too outrageous to include” in the booklet:

  • “If women wanted to be appreciated for their brains, they’d go to the library instead of to Bloomingdales.”

  • “What do I want? I want an exclusive, 10-year contract … And I want [oral sex] from Jane Fonda. Have you seen Jane Fonda? Not bad for 50.”

  • “I know for a fact that any self-respecting woman who walks past a construction site and doesn’t get a whistle will turn around and walk past again and again until she does get one.”

  • “The [British] Royal family – what a bunch of misfits – a gay, an architect, that horsey faced lesbian and a kid who gave up Koo Stark for some fat broad.”

  • Bloomberg computer terminals “will do everything, including give you [oral sex]. I guess that puts a lot of you girls out of business”.

  • On being asked to name a sport that doesn’t use balls: “Lesbian sex.”

Bloomberg’s alleged “Wit and Wisdom” has come back to haunt him throughout his political career. Whether the introduction to the 32-page booklet is correct and he actually said everything included in it is disputed. The Washington Post notes that “Bloomberg has given varying responses over the years when asked about some of the quotes … In 2001 his spokesman conceded ‘some of the things he might have said’ and Bloomberg apologized to ‘anyone that was offended by the comments’.”

More recently, Bloomberg’s spokesman told the Washington Post that “Mike simply did not say the things somebody wrote in this gag gift.” However, Bloomberg’s spokesman went on to admit that: “Mike openly admits that his words have not always aligned with his values and the way he has led his life and some of what he has said is disrespectful and wrong.”

“Disrespectful and wrong” is one way of putting it. “Sexist, racist, and Donald Trump-esque” is another. Putting aside the quotes in that booklet – as well as the incredibly crass things the former mayor is alleged to have said in the multiple lawsuits against Bloomberg LP – Bloomberg is indisputably on the record saying things that make it clear he is simply a richer version of Trump. Indeed, the two often sound virtually indistinguishable from each other. Take a look at this list of quotes, for example, and see if you can guess who said what. Bloomberg or Trump?

  • “I like theater, dining and chasing women. Let me put it this way: I am a single, straight billionaire in Manhattan. What do you think? It’s a wet dream.”

  • “There’s this enormous cohort of black and Latino males, age, let’s say, 16 to 25, that don’t have jobs, don’t have any prospects … don’t know how to behave in the workplace where they have to work collaboratively and collectively.”

  • “I think [the police] disproportionately stop whites too much and minorities too little.”

  • Obamacare is a “disgrace”.

  • Trans rights are about “some guy wearing a dress and whether he, she, or it can go to the locker room with their daughter”.

The answer? Bloomberg said it all. It beggars belief that this is the guy many in the Democratic establishment want us to see as a “moderate”. If he becomes the nominee, the Democratic party will have lost any claim it ever had to the moral high ground. It says a lot about America , and the Democratic party, that wanting universal healthcare appears to make you a “radical” communist but having a record of sexism and racism puts you firmly in the centre.

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Cambodia’s prime minister threatens female Facebook users

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Why do men get away with killing women?

The number of women being killed by men in the UK is increasing and the conviction rate for rape is at an all-time low. “We must believe women when they say they fear for their lives,” Julie Bindel writes in the Guardian. “[W]omen die because there is a virtual amnesty on male violence.”

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According to a fascinating piece in Wired, “The fanbase of Projekt Melody – an anime camgirl and the next step in digital sexuality – may overlap with the more misogynistic corners of the internet.”

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