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What was height of your twilight cringe
2020.09.26 04:44 coyoteewyldWhat was height of your twilight cringe
Twilight was and always will be a part of my life . But think It’s 2008, you have overly read annotated versions of twilight you obsess over every detail in the movie? How cringe did your past self really get? Mine was I despised Taylor Swift because she was dating my future husband (Taylor Lautner) And hated about 3 girls in my class for thinking the same. I would re read the part in eclipse where Jacob cuddled Bella all night and pretend it was me. Twilight still has a place in my heart in 2020 but my feelings on it are definitely less obsessive and cringe worthy.
2020.09.23 18:28 CyrusWaughSpeak Now (2010) All Songs Ranked
It's time for part 3 of Appreciation Week and we've finally enter the Speak Now era of Taylor Swift's career. I can tell online, and from my friends perspectives this is a fan favorite, so when I do my ranking don't get triggered about it, for all I know my opinion could be the exact opposite of yours, which is a good thing, but lets be intellectual about this rather than emotional. This was a weird time imo, the mainstream sound of music was in the R&B party anthem phase, where groups like The Black Eyed Peas and LMFAO thrived, given this new wave, Speak Now definitely felt like the odd one out in terms of sound. Not to mention creeping slowly was the bro era of music, so while I do hold this record to a high regard it feels out of place timeline wise. 14. Better Than Revenge To sum up my distaste for this track, is pretty simple: I'm not a fan of alternative rock, so this isn't going to be my cup of tea, but still its a fun time, where she takes a jab at Camilla Beller, in a way its a sequel to Forever & Always from the previous record on the Joe Jonas breakup, I can't help but feel awkward listening to this, but keep in mind these are really personal issues for me, there are some who crave this sort of storytelling and instrumental style, the second verse definitely kicks things into high gear for me though when she tries to show their perspective of her, and it is well done, overall I think the song gets a little too repetitive, they could've made the song a little shorter to eliminate that issue. 13. Story Of Us Pretty similar thoughts here, the style of this music isn't for me. But unlike Better Than Revenge, this song definitely needs to be this length, the progression feels so smooth, and this is why I don't date someone in the same class, sport or job, because if/when you break up it is extremely awkward, and that awkwardness is captured here, there is a lot to like about this song, no I don't hate this song, I just have some problems with it, I'll let you know when we get to the record where there are songs I genuinely dislike. If punk/alternative is your style, then I'd recommend this as a fun middle lane for you. 12. Haunted That opening with the orchestra is so bombastic, so provocative, I love it, I think my number one issue with this song is that it relies too much on the chorus, and could use more verses given this song is 4 minutes long. From what I've gathered this has to do with guilt of wanting to be with someone you've been cold to. And even though she's with someone new, she can't help be reminded of this person. I think its pretty good in terms of messaging as she takes a hypocritical stance, of leaving someone in a dramatic manner, and overtime want them back to finish what they started. This could've used a better storytelling perspective, but the bombastic production makes it hard to realize that issue, the music builds up so well by the bridge, so instrumentally it is way up there, and it just has the short end of the stick when it comes to the writing. 11. Sparks Fly I think metaphorically, this is a little disjointed, while I get what she is saying when she compares herself to a house of cards and he's a rainstorm, they are two completely different thing so this could've used a small revision. From what I've heard, this song actually went through several revisions both lyrically and instrumentally, they cut out the banjo to get a more pop-rock sound and from a business sense, I respect the decision, she was getting bigger and bigger and she had to keep up with the times, fiddle, banjo and steel were becoming less prevalent to casual listeners who adored her. So they began experimenting with sounds and melodies, melodically they nailed this but I can tell there was a shift in quality for the writing and instrumentation of this track. 10. Mine Crucify me for not putting this higher. I think this is the catchiest track on the record. But it really feels formulaic to me, and I'll argue lyrically the last 2 records inspired the modern Nashville writing style, I'm not saying Taylor's done it as bad as they did, she is light years ahead of them, but her style of narrative definitely carried into acts like Thomas Rhett, FGL and Luke Bryan in later years. My favorite lyric is you made a rebel of a careless man's careful daughter, production is a little bit of an issue with the multiple vocals going on at the same time, I'm honestly just nitpicking at this point as the rest of the record from here on out is top tier. 9. Speak Now Speak Now is one of those songs with unique perspectives that I adore. About a girl crashing her love interests wedding, the word play is on a whole other level. Saying all that's wrong with this bride, its all so vivid, from a dress shaped like a pastry, to snotty relatives dressed in pastel. The storytelling flows smoothly, minor lyrical changes work wonders, it may seem so small but it can move mountains in the writing. However this song does make the same Dustin Lynch mistake, by rhyming girl with girl, I must hold a standard for myself as amazing as this song is, that is a no for me. But everything else about the song rules for me, 8. Enchanted I know I made an issue of too long songs but this and rest of the long tracks are an exception. The beauty of the songs is expressing the message through not just the lyrics but the vocals, about when she met this person who "enchanted" her (idk else how to describe it) and she never saw him again, and the only way this person can realize this song is about him is the word: wonderstruck which apparently was used in one email she received from him, you get all these emotions of franticness to doubt to hope. One of the best bridges in any of her songs. Enchanted captures all this emotion and the length helps express that. It is an exceptional power ballad, telling what could seem like an insignificant story to something so captivating. 7. Back To December Yes I'm an uncultured swine for not putting this in the top 5. It's her swallowing her pride, rather than giving what I assume to be Taylor Lautner the Joe Jonas treatment she is actually being mature, and this is a prime example of her turning the page from the high school narrative that dominated the last 2 records. And she goes back to December several times, playing it through her mind over and over. How she compares the seasons to her relationship with Lautner, how fall was beautiful and when winter came it turned her cold. I think this doesn't have the right emotion in terms of vocals, this is a pretty small issue for me personally, not really something technical. It's the biggest hit of the record no doubt, and really shows off her maturity from the last record. I love the song regardless of my arguably nonsensical issues. 6. Mean What can I say, the acoustic work is amazing, I was going to put this at #2 or #1 but I knew I should be objective, also might I add, I always here this song in a cracker barrel, I legit have not been to one that didn't eventually played this song. It is one of the only genuine country songs on this record, she could've easily kept this as an album cut as she kept experimenting more and more with pop sounds, I'm glad this was a single, and it was huge. I'm sure we've all dealt with A-Holes and instead of going low like them, its best to take the moral high ground and be patient, because eventually you'll rise higher than them. I love the way she pronounces pathetic, it may seem small but I find it freaking hilarious. It is my favorite track on the record, and while I recognize the quality of the top 5, I'll probably still play this song more than any of them. 5. Long Live Long Live is a dedication to her fans and curiosity of where she will go from here, it was the dawn of new decade, music was changing drastically, and the age of jamming to a song with a fiddle like Zac Brown Band, Brad Paisley was fading. Its her appreciating how she's come so far. When she's done making music she hopes people will remember her fondly, and this song didn't really age well as during the Red Era, was probably when she face the most brutal of criticism, for her being too nice, or fake, and she doesn't deserve any of that. Long Live while not holding up to the dreams envisioned is still a great reminder of looking back to what made you what you are which is very empowering. 4. Innocent If I remember correctly this was written in response to Kanye West ruining what was supposed to be one of the greatest moments of her life. How stardom really can change someone, and as she continues to rise in the music world, she'll try to stay the same, and deep down she's still innocent, now in terms of her, that is not true in the slightest, but in a positive message towards others this is really compelling., and she highlights how flames turn to embers, if you lost your way, its never too late. The buildup to this beautiful ballad is amazing, her vocals are clear, and this ironically is one of the only times she's take the moral high ground when it comes to addressing rumors and insults towards her reputation, because later on she would get ridiculous and bombastic but we'll get there soon ;) 3. Last Kiss I think this is either the last or one of the last songs directed at Joe Jonas, and unlike the last 3 they aren't centered around bitterness, this is just sincere and regretful, its a snow globe of brief happy moments with hints of neglect. She just misses him after all the songs saying how terrible he was or his new girl was. Vocally it is heartbreaking, and yet feels like a mature satisfying ending, not really a happy ending for both of them, but she realizes this is for the best, she was beating a dead horse at this point and its good putting this drama on a shelf. No more, forever and always, no more better than revenge, just moving on which was the right thing to do as she went on to better places. Another case in point of her taking the moral high ground rather than the fun sassiness I love to see. 2. Dear John This track is nearly 7 minutes long, the longest out of any track in her discography , I could fit two songs in here, that's crazy. Now this may or may not be about John Mayer, no one really knows for sure, so I'm not really going to use that as context, its really about dating someone who emotionally neglects you, trying to be with this person. but they always make it worse as she describes he makes sunny skies but shortly makes them rain, and she tries to play his game but he always changes the rules, the wordplay is arguably the peak for this record. How this person is an expert at sorry and keeps the lines blurred, whenever Taylor isn't bitter, she reaches a state of writing so good yet rarely seen. I feel like people might put this one lower because of its outrageous length and might skip it, but for me this song is unskippable, every moment is so captivating, and if you're anything like me seek this song out, it is some of the best she has to offer. 1. Never Grow Up I love Never Grow Up for a lot of reasons, its simplicity, its stripped back production, whenever its just her and a guitar, I know its an instant classic. It brings up the fact most people when they're little take their childhood for granted, we all have a bombastic dream like run for president, or an astronaut, and we can't wait to grow up, but growing up we realize those years was the time to be alive, where at least I had more freedom and now I'm entering the cold brutal world. And the overuse of the word Up may turn you off this track, but I find it secretly brilliant, this is the best vocal track out of the entire record. How money and fame is a lot and everyone wants it, she expresses everything truly important to her will be gone one day, which is her family, they are more important than anything which is a wholesome value everyone should have. So those are my thoughts on Speak Now, how would you rank them, and now we get into bubblegum pop country phase of her career with her 2012 record Red.
2020.08.06 07:43 MaamthisiswendysGuess the Connection to Taylor; A test for Superfans
How are each of these group of things connected to Taylor? example: Taylor Lautner, Tom Hiddleston, Jake Gyllenhaal answer: they are all actors they all dated Taylor (nothing that stupid though just an easy example)
One Chance, Fifty Shades Darker, Hunger Games
Judi Dench, Jeff Bridges, Danny Devito
Drake, Leo DiCaprio, Bobby Kennedy
Ed Sheeran, Charli XCX, Vance Joy
Sean O’Pry, Scott Eastwood, Lucas Till
Wiz Khalida, John Legend, Mary J. Blige
Shellback, Nathan Chapman, Dan Huff
Shake N Bake, Hyannis Port, For you
Blue, Two AM, Dresses
Mean, Style, I Knew You Were Trouble (the answer is specific)
The Great Gatsby, A Tale of Two Cities, The Scarlett Letter
Oheka Castle, Pont Des Arts, Millenium Biltmore
Miley Cyrus, Rihanna, Jennifer Nettles
Feel free to drop your answers and come up with some of your own in the comments.
2020.07.27 08:14 kwpluckettKwpluckett #26: The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1 (2011)
Date started: 5/18/2020 Date Watched: 7/26/2020 Runtime: 2h4m Rating: PG-13 Watched on: Amazon Prime Meta Critic rating: %45 Imdb rating: 4.9 Google synopsis: At last, Bella (Kristen Stewart) and Edward (Robert Pattinson) are getting married. When Jacob (Taylor Lautner) finds out that Bella wants to spend her honeymoon as a human, he is horrified -- for Edward's passion could accidentally kill her. Bella does indeed survive her honeymoon, but a new complication arises when she discovers that she's pregnant -- and the child is growing at an alarming rate. The pregnancy sets the wolves against Bella and Edward, but Jacob vows to protect his friend. My thoughts: This one is slightly better than the last one? The love triangle thing kind of finally takes a back seat I guess? I kind of enjoyed part of this movie? 2.5/5 Only one left, hopefully I turn before these movies kill me?
2020.07.27 04:55 kwpluckettKwpluckett #25: The Twilight Saga: Eclipse (2010)
Date started: 5/18/2020 Date Watched: 7/26/2020 Runtime: 2h11m Rating: PG-13 Watched on: Amazon Prime Rotten Tomato rating: %48 Imdb rating: 5 Google synopsis: Danger once again surrounds Bella (Kristen Stewart), as a string of mysterious killings terrorizes Seattle and a malicious vampire continues her infernal quest for revenge. Amid the tumult, Bella must choose between her love for Edward (Robert Pattinson) and her friendship with Jacob (Taylor Lautner), knowing that her decision may ignite the long-simmering feud between vampire and werewolf. My thoughts: This love triangle thing is driving me crazy. There is supposed to be a vampire war in this one, but the lead up just takes too long and is too full of team Jacob v team Edward. Too much hmming and hawing here. These things are getting progressively worse. I'll give it a 2/5.
2020.07.05 13:09 shadesofwrong13Taylor has been putting easter eggs since 2010
It's not something new, it's one of her trade marks. It's what makes Taylor different than any other artists, her music is connected, her art is connected, she put so much work and effort on them. Back To December music video:
0:55: As Taylor sits on her bed, there is a clock on her bedside table, possibly referencing the lyrics that she goes back to December all the time.
1:40: While Taylor sings about heartbreak in her house, the guy sits on the bleachers at a school, which could possibly symbolise their movie Valentine's Day, in which they played high school athletes.
2:40: When Taylor heads downstairs, there is a bike shown in the hallway. In the Twilight saga, Taylor Lautner's character is notorious for riding his motorcycle around town.
1:40: This might be a stretch, but as Taylor breaks up with the guy over the phone, he is spotted in a bar. In her song "The Moment I Knew," which is reportedly also about Jake, Taylor sings about crying over a guy when he didn't show up to her 21st birthday party.
1:47: In one scene, Taylor is seen having a fight with the guy in a car. In "All Too Well," which is another one rumoured to be about Jake, the lyrics talk about taking long drives around town together.
2:13: As the two walk together, the guy gives Taylor his scarf, which she makes reference to in her song "All Too Well." And another All Too Well lyric reference: autumn leave falling down like pieces into place
2:09: Taylor's white hood certainly bears a lot of resemblance to a white sheep, which could be a reference to Katy's September 2014 tweet posted shortly after Taylor's Rolling Stone interview came out where she said, "Watch out for the Regina George in sheep's clothing . . ."
3:13: As the girls head into battle, a teddy bear catches fire in the distance. While it could be a stretch, Katy is frequently spotted making her way through airports with a brown stuffed bear. Perhaps Taylor was trying to send a message?
1:46: In the video, she is seen ripping off her necklace and throwing it into the wind. The pair sported matching aeroplane necklaces when they were dating.
3:58: The music video for "I Knew You Were Trouble," which is also rumoured to be about Harry, opens with a monologue that states, "I think that the worst part of it all wasn't losing him, it was losing me." On the flip side, "Out of the Woods" ends with the words, "She lost him, but she found herself and somehow that was everything."
2020.06.16 16:14 LundgrensFrontKickAdam Sandler said he would make a terrible film if he didn't win a Best Actor Academy Award for Uncut Gems. To help him out, I analyzed his films and their movie posters to come up with a perfectly bad Sandler film entitled 'Jacked Up'
Earlier in the year, Adam Sandler was a guest on Howard Stern’s show to discuss his starring role in the excellent Uncut Gems. During the interview, Sandler made a joke about what would happen if he didn’t win the Best Actor Academy Award. He told Howard: “If I don’t get it, I’m going to f–king come back and do one again that is so bad on purpose just to make you all pay. That’s how I get them.” In a bad news, bad news situation, Sandler wasn’t nominated, and he’s promised to make a terrible film (I’ll still watch it a few times regardless). In an effort to assist the Sandman with his terrible film, I dug through all of his films and analyzed their posters to come up with the objectively worst Sandler picture that could be made. Here it is:
Directed by Dennis Dugan
Written By - Tim Herlihy
Running Time: 135 minutes
Released on Netflix
Predicted Tomatometer score - 6%
Predicted IMDb score - 3.75
Adam Sandler plays a personal traineshoe salesman named Jack Goodheart who is married to Janet Goodheart (Also, Sandler, using a very off-putting voice). They travel to an exclusive resort in Costa Rica to attend his 30th high school anniversary during the fourth of July weekend. During the event, Rob Schneider (playing a terrorist) and his team of henchmen, hijack the event and take everyone hostage, including State Senator Chuck Finley (Terry Crews) and presidential candidate Casey Fitzpatrick (Maya Rudolph). During the melee, Jack and Janet escape, and the two use their past military experience and buff physiques to save the day. This PG-13 action-comedy is entitled “Jacked Up” and ends with a jet ski chase at the hotel’s lazy river pool that circles the hotel. The film is directed by Dennis Dugan, and co-stars Kevin James, Chris Rock, David Spade, Salma Hayek, Terry Crews, Steve Buscemi, Taylor Lautner, Luke Wilson, Peter Dinklage, Maya Rudolph, and Al Pacino. Here's the first fan made poster. I'll add as more people share. Thank you Kelkith Here is another fan made poster! Thank you TreMetal Another very fun poster! This is how I came up with the storyline. I pulled together his best and worst films to find patterns that appear. Here are Sandler's lowest rated films on Rotten Tomatoes and IMDb. I drew a lot of inspiration from them. Also, I tried to make this as objective as possible.
Jack and Jill (3% - 3.3 IMDb) - Two Sandler's - Jet Ski scene - Married - Holiday
Grown Ups 2 (7%) - Reunited with old friends - Married
Bulletproof (8%) - Action comedy
The Cobbler (9%) - Shoe repairman
The Do-Over (10%) - Action Comedy - Reunited with old friend - Married
Grown Ups (10%) - Reunited with old friends - Holiday - Married
Adam Sandler’s Eight Crazy Nights (12%)- Takes place during a holiday
Blended (14%) - He’s a dad who travels to Africa
Going Overboard (1.8 IMDb) - Lots of terrible boat action
The Week Of (5.1 IMDb) families get together for a wedding
Sandy Wexler (5.1 IMDb) - Sandler pulls a unique voice (which isn’t statistically a good thing
Here’s all I research I compiled to createJacked Up
A trademark of Sandler’s latest movies is that he likes to travel to beautiful locations to film (which is brilliant, and why not?). The Do-Over, Just Go With It, Blended, Grown Ups 1 & 2 and Murder Mystery are examples of his penchant for travel. The problem is, the films have a lower Tomatometer average (21.2%) than the films where he didn’t travel to nice locations (37.4%). This is why he travels in Jacked Up.
Sandler has several directors that he enjoys working with. Those Directors are Steven Brill, Dennis Dugan and Frank Coraci. Steven Brill (20%) has a lower Tomatometer average than Dennis Dugan (24%) and Frank Coraci (30%). However, Dugan is responsible for Jack & Jill, so I’m giving him the director’s chair. He did direct Happy Gilmore, so this could backfire on me. Frank Coraci directed The Ridiculous 6, but, I love the baseball scene and he also directed The Waterboy and The Wedding Singer.
His films featuring him as a married man have a 29% Tomatometer average. Movies featuring him as a single man have a 38% Average. Thus, the marriage to himself (think Jack & Jill) is included. It’s a double whammy
I picked Tim Herlihy to write because he wrote The Ridiculous Six, Grown Ups 2 and Pixels (8% average). I do love his Happy Gilmore, Billy Madison, The Wedding Singer and The Waterboy scripts though
His PG-13 (29%) rated films have a lower Tomatometer average than his R (51%) and PG-rated (45%) films. For Netflix, M rating = R and TV-14 = PG-13
Movies that feature Sandler doing a voice have a lower Tomatometer score (24.8%) than his regular voiced roles (36%).
None of his Fresh films feature a jet ski -50 first Dates(45%),Jack & Jill(3%) and You Don’t Mess with the Zohan (37%) are all Rotten
In The Ridiculous Six, Grown Ups, The Do-Over, and Bulletproof he plays a totally capable man who isn’t an underdog like he is in Billy Madison and Happy Gilmore. So, he can’t be a doofus during the action scenes.
Randomly enough, Rob Schneider shouldn’t adopt some kind of stereotyped character because his makeup-less roles have a lower Tomatometer average (27.6%) than his stereotyped roles (32%).
His lowest rated movies on IMDb are Going Overboard (1.5), Jack & Jill (3.3), The Ridiculous 6 (4.8), Sandy Wexler (5.1) and The Week Of (5.1) - These movies feature water exploits, gun fights, weird voices, two Sandlers, and large gatherings. These things are all in Jacked Up.
*Bulletproof (*$25 million), Little Nicky ($39 million) and Blended ($46 million) are a few of his lowest grossing comedies. In these films, he uses a wild voice, goes on vacations and engages in action shenanigans. I left out movies like Spanglish and Reign Over Me because they aren’t traditional Sandler comedies. Also, Billy Madison and Happy Gilmore weren’t huge earners. However, they established him as a force of nature.
His first or last name couldn’t begin with an “R” - Howard Ratner (Uncut Gems), Henry Roth (50 First Dates), Robbie Hart (The Wedding Singer).
WHAT DOES THE POSTER NEED TO LOOK LIKE?
He cannot be centered on the poster. His best films Punch Drunk Love, Happy Gilmore, Funny People and Uncut Gems feature him centered on the poster. The Wedding Singer, Reign Over Me and The Meyerowitz Stories don’t have him centered. However, the movie posters that have centered have a 48% Tomatometer Average. The Posters that have him on the left have a 30% Tomatometer average. I’m going with that.
There needs to be multiple people on the poster. When Sandler is alone on a poster, his movies have a 42% Tomatometer average. The movie posters with 4+ people have a 20% Tomatometer average. More is good.
In this poster he needs to be holding something random. In The Cobbler poster he is holding a coffee cup (this is important) and the movie has an 8% Tomatometer score. In The Wedding Singer (microphone) and Happy Gilmore (golf club) and The Waterboy (bucket, helmet) he is holding items related to his character. He needs to be holding something weird (like a can of sponsored coca-cola). Also, the posters that feature him holding an item (31%) have a lower Tomatometer score than the posters featuring him not holding anything (42%).
2020.05.27 03:47 LetsRead_YouTubeNight Shift Story 7
I am openly homosexual. I had a really hard time growing up seeing as I was raised in the Bible belt. My parents literally told me that they would rather me be dead than gay. As you might imagine, we’re not speaking anymore. I saved up my money and moved to Portland Oregon a few years back. I was super excited about being able to date for the first time. Having to hide my sexuality from the entire world and even myself for a couple of years was honestly really difficult. I’m happy with many of the relationships that I’ve had since I’ve been gone. I’ve had about three really good boyfriends and as sad as it is to say that things didn’t work out, it was really nice finally feeling the intimacy that I’ve always wanted. That intimacy with another man started to change though with this last guy I have been dating. I met him on grindr. I normally try to just date guys that are in my friend group or know a coworker or something like that. But I decided on trying out grinder because someone recommended it and I thought why not. So, this was how this whole situation went out. I found a really handsome guy. He kind of looks like Taylor Lautner. Though, he was actually really tall in person and was extremely serious. I was really attracted to him from the first time I met him and it wasn’t long before we were being intimate together. Things all took a turn for the worse though because he was really into some very strange sexual activities. I know many people have at least thought about experimenting with BDSM and things like that, but this guy was like an extreme version of your worst fantasy ever. I don’t really want to go into the details because they are kind of traumatic and personal. I will just leave you with the fact that it was very hard to breathe sometimes and they were a couple nights that I was seriously afraid for my own health. I tried talking to him a couple of times about having a SafeWord but he never really wanted one. That would be fine, but he just wouldn’t stop. I mean, the first time that we tried doing something like that I was literally screaming and pleading pretty intensely. We had been intimate a couple of times before then and I think that first horrible experience was about three months into the relationship. Finally, he gave into having a SafeWord after I pestered him for a few days. But here’s the craziest part, he just started to ignore it. The word was bananas. And the first time I said it when we were messing around, he just kept going. He didn’t even pretend that he didn’t hear me, he said that he heard me but he didn’t care. Our relationship quickly turned into the most unhealthy and toxic thing you can imagine. He gradually became more possessive and domineering as time went on. I felt extremely overwhelmed and he did his best to isolate me from my other friends. It wasn’t long into that when I decided I was going to just move away and disappear from him. I was kind of growing tired of Portland anyway and I wanted to move to Boston Massachusetts. It took me probably about three paychecks to save up, but I eventually got it together and moved. I changed my cell phone number and everything. I completely ghosted him and there was no way he was going to find me again. Or so I thought. Right around the time I moved to Boston, I started having some difficulty finding a job. I barely had enough to cover the cost of moving, so I just cited on taking the first job that I could get even if it wasn’t in my field. And as stereotypical as it might sound, I am a hairstylist. I figured it would be no problem getting a job and so I tried for a couple of days. The first place they called me back was a mall cop security guard position. It wasn’t the best job in the world, but I figured that it was better than being homeless. So I went in for the interview the next day and got the job. I was basically a night shift mall top. I must’ve worked there for about two months when I fell into a routine there. I would do my shift, go get some coffee at my favorite local diner that’s across the street from my apartment, and then I will go to bed. On my days off, I would normally just browse the Internet or talk to some of the friends that I made back in Portland. Not that one guy though. It was a somewhat difficult position because I still had a hard time finding a job as a hairstylist. None of the salons in the area were hiring and the only places that offered me a job or barber shops. Which just wasn’t gonna cut it for me. Especially because they paid even less than the mall cop job. I remember this night like it was yesterday. I was making my usual rounds in the mall. I normally did a lot more walking than was actually required because I thought it was a good way to get my cardio in for the day. I walked up and down the place looking inside of each of the store areas and everything seemed to be going exactly the way it always did. It was very rarely anything going wrong in them all at night. Exactly as you might imagine. I made it all the way to the end of the mall and then started on my way back. On the way back, I noticed something that really bothered me. The manikins in one of the stores looked like they had been positioned differently. The manikins looked like they were almost organized in a sexual way. One of them was on its knees with its face in another manikin scratch. The one standing up was standing like it had an arm around the other manikin’s throat. I am mediately started to get anxious that this was him. I was extremely on guard the rest of the night half expecting him to pop out of nowhere and start attacking me or something. That was probably the scariest night ever. Thankfully, nothing happened. Physical at least. Maybe I had just forgotten and started feeling paranoid. Some kind of mind game. I started finding notes in my work bag though. Which I found particularly frightening. They seemed like they were innocent little notes, from a secret admirer. But I knew they were his handwriting. I just knew it. Furthermore, there was no way anyone knew that I was gay at this mall. I didn’t really interact with other people too much, which made me so much more suspicious. For a couple days there, my head was spinning. I was paranoid and freaked out and panicking. I didn’t even know what could be happening. What I do know is that one week later, he showed up at my new apartment. I remember it being one of the nights I had off. I was eating some almond cookies and watching Netflix. Someone knocked on my door and when I answered it, there he was. My stomach dropped. He was just standing there silently smiling at me for a few seconds. I told him that I didn’t wanna see him anymore. Then, he told me that he needed to tell me something really important about one of our mutual friends from back in Portland. The naïve part of me started thinking that he may have been telling the truth and he was really just trying to deliver me news. I let him in and offered him an almond cookie. That was when he started choking me. I tried fighting him, but he was honestly a lot stronger than I was. Something else happened before he left, and I’m gonna let your imagination fill that in. I don’t want to think about that night too much. I called the police when he left later that night. I think some part of him believed that I enjoyed what he was doing. I really didn’t. I told him a million different ways. And now he really crossed a serious line. Just imagine this happening to you. It was the worst thing I’ve ever experienced. He’s currently sitting in jail. He wasn’t expecting me to really call the cops this time. But I did it. And that sick bastard can rot in there for as long as he should. I’m gonna press charges. There’s no way I’m gonna let him do this to anyone else ever again.
2020.04.14 09:45 Deon-And-PlushIzukuDEAR GAY BOYS / GAY GUYS OF THE LGBT! 🏳️🌈 Please don't reject others within your own community! We all need to be LOVED equally and ACCEPTED regardless of our body / appearance! 👬 ( The Simpsons Reference Rant )
Tonight, as I was about to study my Italian, I was watching a very crucial episode from The Simpsons (Season 22 Episode 11) when Smithers didn't earn his respect as a supervisor of Mr. Burns, I started becoming quite emotional when I seen the beginning of the episode when Smothers got rejected going to a Gay Bar named "The League of Extra-HORNY Gentlemen" as silly and sick as that sounds to us Gay Guys lol for him wanting to dance with other Homosexual Men that gets laughed and looked down for his appearance. Not to mention it seems he gets discriminated for his age as I believe he was considered 57 in this episode [QUITE A GORGEOUS MAN FOR THAT AGE!] and gets shamed for not having a 6-pack, being a model-figure like Taylor Lautner and told to leave. Smithers feeling guilty and lonely and decides to go to a Gay Bar in Springfield. Not only this type of behavior in our community makes us more isolated, struggling with mental health issues and suicidal thoughts, but also gives our straight counterparts a bad reputation that us Gay Men are obsessed with sex, teasing others for being too feminine, and not wearing the right rich clothes. Trust me, I know by experience as I would get comments from other Gay Guys that I need to act straight by being told I was a faggot and need to act like a man or getting told to f off as I'm seen as inferior of a Gay Guy compared to them. Smithers being laughed at by the Gay Men because of his appearance and the way he dressed. This isn't a healthy way to see each other as we all need to be treated equally, even if we have preferences and are a little picky to date a certain type of guy. For example: You're a masculine guy that prefers dating masculine guys that are into sports such as a football or building cars which is TOTALLY FINE! For my example: I am a geeky feminine guy that doesn't mind both feminine / masculine guys even though I prefer a guy that's more on the masculine [NOT A MACHO MEATDOG] that loves to play Nintendo games, loves to travel, and is into art and history along painting. The guy may not be into me as I'm seen as "too girly" for him but that's okay! As long as he respects me as a human being and not wanting to beat me up for not following male gender-roles, I'm totally okay with it! Yes, Lesbians / Bi Women get a lot of crud if they aren't too pretty or being too butch but I'm talking about this from a Gay Boy's prospective as I figured us males receive a lot of backlash in the LGBT alone along expressing emotion. This isn't to generalize all Gay Men in the LGBT but I would be lying like Pinocchio getting a nose boner that I haven't experienced this type of shame myself along others that may have been discriminated by the community alone. I hope this Gay Post would help ease anyone that has been severely neglected by others within the LGBT as it can be quite isolating and scary as we want to be loved emotionally and mentally as I haven't been accepted by other guys growing up. PS: I don't feel 100% comfortable reading my messages if you decided to comment on my posts so please don't take it personal. I'm just not in the mental state to feel comfortable communicating with people yet as I prefer sharing my Gay experiences. As a HUGE Nintendo fanboy, here's an adorable photo of Ness & Lucas from Smash Bros. as I kinda find them...HOT?💛🔥❤️ Just being honest hehe.😳 https://preview.redd.it/wa8dg2k7mqs41.png?width=500&format=png&auto=webp&s=03ed8515b2777365a528b85e58cc7d1258a38e5e Oh yes, I'm also a YouTuber as I discuss about topics like this along fetishes, pride flags, mental health, and vlogging lol. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBTXnHZMjX2MH-0kLlfTyMQ
2020.04.12 01:29 Steffy_loveRealizing that not having a partner isn't the end of the world.
I'm a 25 year old female and have been in two serious relationships in my life. My first boyfriend entered my life right after I graduated high school. We were together for four years and he was the most toxic and abusive person I've ever met in my life. Everyone would say to leave, but it's like his claws were in me so deep. We'd fight and then have makeup sex. It was our routine. One time, he even cheated on me because I said that Taylor Lautner was my celebrity crush. Can't believe I stayed with him for so long. Anyways, after we broke up, I still had hidden trauma within but didn't know how to deal with it. I thought that it was important to keep dating and to always have someone by my side. Fast forward a year later, I started dating my second boyfriend. My relationship with him was boring and we had absoutely nothing in common. I think what kept us together was the fact that we didn't want to be alone. I would always get upset with him because he liked to sleep a lot, and I like to be adventourous and do things. We lasted almost two years, but mutually decided to break up in July. Now, I'm realizing that it's okay not to have a boyfriend. I've been working out a lot and have been focused on loving myself. At first, I thought I'd be so lonely single, but I've discovered so much about myself by not being in a relationship. Everyone has their own path in life, and you never know who you're going to meet. It's also important to love yourself and when love comes, you'll be ready :)
2020.04.11 02:54 RheevalkaI am genuinely horrified and sickened at the behaviour Taylor Lautner had to endure after the first Twilight film
So, I just found out something outraging. Yeah, so remember Taylor Lautner? Played Jacob Black in the trash-fire that is Twilight? Dated Taylor Swift? Noted for his abs? Constantly sexualised by 30-year-old desperate housewives? Yeah, he was 15. That's right. FIFTEEN in the first Twilight movie. Not even out of the fucking WOMB and he was treated as a Sex Symbol. For years. For FUCKING years, I thought Taylor Lautner was like 22-25 in Twilight. Imagine my horror at finding out he was 15. After the first movie came out, all the tabloids said he wasn't buff enough to be Jacob. They wanted a recast, he wasn't hot enough, he doesn't look like the character, blah, blah, blah. He got the body in the second film after working on it to stay on the franchise. If it were a 15-year-old girl who was pressured into an eating disorder to become thinner by the media for not being “thin enough”, then sexualised by 30-year-old men, the media would be outraged, there would probably be an interview with Oprah or some other philanthropist about the poor mistreated girl. We see Taylor Lautner, a literal CHILD, treated as a sex symbol. NO CHILD SHOULD HAVE TO BE TREATED AS A SEX SYMBOL. I AM DISGUSTED AND HORRIFIED!
2020.04.09 20:20 jamesthegillWhich "indie record" does Taylor Swift consider cooler than hers?
This is not nearly as scientific or thorough as traveler81's thorough and engaging dive into who "So It Goes" is about, on the Taylor subreddit. It's a great read, but as it blows mine out of the water, please don't read it until you've read this as mine just pales in comparison! Nearly eight years ago Taylor Swift confirmed her shift from country to a more pop sound with the release of Red’s lead single, We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together. Despite the song not containing the title in full (either adding an extra “ever” or two, or omitting the word entirely when spoken in the bridge) it became Taylor’s first top ten single since Love Story and Red laid the groundwork for her imperial phase with the next album, 1989. A throwaway line at the end of the second verse has always nagged at me. A sarcastic line about the subject of the song going off and listening to “indie records much cooler than [hers]”. Taylor’s delivery shows how highly she thinks of these records; the implication that he would rather be listening to someone else than her music suggests an act of cheating without infidelity. What were these records that got Taylor’s goat? Could a process of elimination narrow it down? Does it really matter when we’re going to die of plague this year? Is this anything more than sheer conjecture? Let’s find out. I. The Protagonist. First things first I’m the realist it would be sensible to work out who she is singing about. I’m using he/him pronouns because a) none of the potential candidates have asked to be referred to with other pronouns and b) Taylor herself refers to him as he (“Ugh, so he calls me up and he’s like ‘I still love you’”). It is safe to assume that every romantic interest that she split up with before the release of Speak Now in October 2010 would have been dealt with, song-wise, on that album - so that rules out Taylor Lautner (Back To December), Joe Jonas (Better Than Revenge), the late Corey Monteith (Mine) and John Mayer (Dear John). While Holy Ground is apparently about Joe Jonas, it’s more wistful and positive than WANEGBT, so logic suggests that they’re about different people. So, who are the potential bachelors? Looking at internet timelines of Taylor’s alleged relationships, four names fit the timeframe of release dates - Speak Now in October 2010 to WANEGBT in August 2012. Both Eddie Redmayne and Zac Efron appear as rumours based around Taylor’s fledgling film career (auditioning for Les Mis and starring in The Lorax, respectively) but both men have strenuously denied dating her. Redmayne I’m taking at his word; his public profile would’ve had a notable boost from being attached to her (the Hiddlestone effect) so for him to eschew such an improvement in reputation, not even hinting or suggesting at it happening, probably means nothing romantic happened there. Efron I’m less certain about, as his experience with a public relationship ending in late 2010 (with Vanessa “some people are gonna die” Hudgens) might have made him reluctant to start something even more public so soon afterwards. While the two were pretty cute together making light of the rumours on an episode of Ellen, there’s not been any pictorial evidence of the two together and there doesn’t appear to be any animosity between them since WANEGBT was released. Given the level of spite involved in the lyrics, despite being hidden beneath a playful tone, I can’t believe they’d be that friendly afterwards. From what I can see online, Taylor had only two significant confirmed relationships in the time frame. One of these was Connor Kennedy, son of Robert Kennedy, who I assume is related to the former President Jeff K. Somewhat paradoxically, the pictures of the two together that make him eligible to appear in this section also rule him out of the search - the linked article states that the two were seen together on July 29th. Even if the relationship ended on that day, for Taylor to write and record a song about the breakup, turn it round in enough time to make the August 13th deadline and scrap plans for whatever the lead single for Red was supposed to be, seems pretty unlikely. Reports suggest that the pair split in early autumn - prior to Red’s release, but after WANEGBT was put out into the world. It might be about Connor but that would probably require access to a time machine - while I wouldn’t put it past her, if I start including that hypothesis then this whole thing goes out the window. The evidence does seem to suggest that the relationship written about in the song is with Jake Gyllenhaal. His is the only significant relationship in the timeline, from October 2010 to January 2011, and several other songs on the album have been hinted to be about him too. Taylor’s never one for outright confirming who songs are about, preferring to leave enough breadcrumbs for fans/journalists/interested parties to put things together themselves while leaving herself enough plausible deniability to wriggle out of the situation if things go sour. (Francis Urquhart) would be so proud.) The Last Time and The Moment I Knew have references to him missing her birthday to promote Love And Other Drugs, and All Too Well heavily alludes to him (in particular, the scarf, and a thanksgiving dinner at Maggie Gyllenhaal’s house). In the WANEGBT video we see an exchange of scarf (at 2:11), further strengthening the connections. The only other potential candidate is Harry Styles. I Knew You Were Trouble is strongly believed to have been written about him; Taylor has confirmed that Treacherous and IKYWT were written about the same person, and there’s some evidence linking the hidden message in the album booklet pertaining to this song and Harry Styles. I feel comfortable ruling Harold out as the subject of WANEGBT, though, as the two didn’t date until after Red was released, and I’ve already explained my reluctance to discuss time travel in this piece. She did make this slightly trickier by singing the bridge in an alleged British accent after she split with him, though. I’m confident that WANEGBT is about Jake Gyllenhaal. II. The Artist. Now that we’ve narrowed down to the antagonist of the song, what could he be listening to? While his height is more of a mystery, Jake is also still somewhat cagey about his music tastes. Given his much publicised relationship with Taylor he may be reluctant to discuss anything relating to the music industry in interviews, for fear of giving an easy opening to said relationship being brought up, but he’s mentioned music on occasion. A 2009 interview with a Santa Monica radio station, while promoting Brothers, threw up some suggestions - Bruce Springsteen, Burl Ives, Danny Kaye and Saint-Saens, none of whom could really be described as “indie”. An interview with the author of Stronger (later adapted into a movie starring Jake) suggested Iron & Wine as Jake’s favourite band - folkish, but could conceivably be found in the indie section of a record store. He’s also namechecked Vampire Weekend (and appeared in a 2010 video of theirs), Mumford & Sons, The Civil Wars and Temper Trap in the past as well. In an interview with USA Today regarding WANEGBT (and boy is that acronym wearing on me by now) Taylor is seeking revenge on the guy who "made [her] feel like [she] wasn't as good or as relevant as these hipster bands he listened to." By this point Vampire Weekend had scored a number one album so couldn’t really be classed as “hipster”, and Ezra Koenig was later invited to her birthday party in 2014. Mumford & Sons’ debut album had reached number 2 in the US and sold over 3 million albums - again, I don’t think that definition applies here either. While The Civil Wars could fit that description, in the intervening period between the relationship ending and the release of WANEGBT Taylor had recorded a song with them for the soundtrack to The Hunger Games movie - while it wasn’t commercially successful it was popular with critics and I don’t think she’d act negatively towards them in this way. Temper Trap appears to be used as an in-joke with her and Harry Styles - possibly as a way of erasing any memories of them being “Jake’s band” to her - and it’s tough to see her flipping back and forth on her views of the band like a Michael Scott vasectomy. In the introduction I mentioned that the lyric felt like a form of cheating. While researching this piece I realised that Taylor wasn’t the first singer Jake had dated. Even discounting Kirsten Dunst’s cover of The Vapors’ Turning Japanese, one of his early romances was with Jenny Lewis, then lead singer and writer for Rilo Kiley. They were serious enough that he took her along to the premiere of Donnie Darko. For some reason the internet has little information about why an indie musician and then-small time actor split up nearly 20 years ago, but it doesn’t appear to have soured Jake on her completely - in 2009 he was pictured looking very smitten watching Jenny perform at Coachella (while, er, also cuddling his then girlfriend and ex Pleasantville co-star of Jenny’s, Reese Witherspoon). Plus, shortly after splitting from Taylor, Jake took Jenny as his date to the Golden Globes. Now, that might just be that she was in town and a convenient back-up date, but when he’s also seen cavorting with Camilla Belle in the same time frame (she of the cringy “on the mattress” lyric in Better Than Revenge) it really looks as though Jake Gyllenhaal was doing his best to “win” the break-up and anger Taylor. (He was 31 years old at the time.) Rather than take a direct shot back, what better way for Taylor to get her own back than to make a snide comment about them in a song? It’s not an unreasonable assumption that he still listened to Jenny Lewis’s output, given he was literally the heart-eyes emoji in that Coachella picture above. Likewise, it’s a safe bet that Taylor would feel threatened by Jenny Lewis (ex-girlfriend, well respected female singer-songwriter, confident enough to eschew the limelight and not need public approval - that would sting) and also view the Golden Globes date choice as a middle finger up at her. I’m confident that the “indie records much cooler than [hers]” are a veiled jab at Jenny Lewis. III. The Records By 2012 Jenny Lewis had released seven albums - four with Rilo Kiley, one solo, one with The Watson Twins and the most recent one being with her then-boyfriend Jonathan Rice. For that reason we can discount the most recent one - Jenny duetting with her current lover won’t antagonise the new girlfriend of her ex. I’m also ruling out her solo album Acid Tongue, because it’s 50% crap, and the album with the Watson Twins, as it’s too country and gospel - even derisively calling it indie wouldn’t chime true. Spurious reasoning, but we’re down to the four Rilo Kiley albums. Returning to indie, it’s possible Taylor was not talking about the sound but the label - and Warner Bros., label of the fourth and final Rilo Kiley album Under The Blacklight - is anything but independent! For all the quality songs on the record it’s the sound of a band begrudgingly giving things one last try before committing fully to solo careers. As good as it is (and it’s the album I’ve returned to most frequently in the fifteen years I’ve been into the band) it doesn’t have the special something to irk Taylor enough to slam them in a lead single. What of Take-Offs And Landings, then? It’s certainly hipster enough, selling only 40,000 units (which is what Red sold in less than the first 3 days of release), but it seems twee and introspective. There’s songs on there that deal with the end of relationships, sure, but the narrator puts herself at fault for the break-up, rather than the other party. It doesn’t sound confident enough to be a threat. (This was the perfect style to get the burgeoning band an audience though, so it’s not to be knocked!) Rilo Kiley’s second album definitely fits the indie label too - 66,000 sold total, and on a label co-founded by Conor Oberst’s brother. The lyrics on this album are smarter, more descriptive and full of the story-telling that’s a mark of Taylor’s song-writing - only with an occasional tactical curse (the placement of the swearwords in Rilo Kiley’s music is better than any other artist I’ve listened to) that must surely rankle with someone restrained by her lyrics. The build-up to “and sometimes when you’re on, you’re really f**king on” in A Better Son/Daughter is pure artistry. Gun to my head, I’d give this record as the one referred to in WANEGBT - it ticks all the boxes - but for one point. Something that slipped my mind about Taylor until this piece brought it slamming back to me is that she loves the TV show Grey’s Anatomy. She named one of her cats after the main character. Witness her reaction to one of her songs being played on the show. She called up lead actress Ellen Pompeo for a cameo in a music video - sure, Pompeo wasn’t the only big name cameo in that video by any stretch, but she was one of the few who weren’t presented as being part of Taylor’s “squad”, and it was (at the time) her first non-Grey’s acting job in TEN YEARS. So to have her boyfriend’s ex-girlfriend’s band being played in the pilot of her favourite show, the ex that he’s clearly never gotten over, the one who seems to excel at everything Taylor strives to do with minimal perceived effort - that’s got to stick in her teeth! And that’s why for all of her success, all of her stardom and glory, I firmly believe Taylor Swift will forever consider “Portions For Foxes” much cooler than her songs.
2020.02.13 17:43 throwawayyy712Confused about my sexuality once again
I previously posted this on comphet but I wanted to see what people on here thought about this, too. (23F, IDs as lesbian) This is probably gonna get pretty long and NSFW at some points and probably incoherent at some points too and I’m sorry about that. I have nowhere else and no one else to talk about this to and I’ve been feeling extremely overwhelmed, anxious and confused during the past few days. I’ve identified as a lesbian on and off for the past few years, however I’ve recently managed to fully acknowledge and accept that I can only have feelings for women and that I only want to be with women and that I never want to touch or have men even look at me ever in my life. Since I’d first acknowledged I like women, thoughts about building a future with a woman have been the most comforting, fulfilling and happy thoughts in the world, whereas I never had these types of thoughts around men I liked, or if I did, they NEVER felt as good and fulfilling as the thoughts about doing the same things with women. So it sounds pretty clear that I’m gay, right? Not so much, at least not anymore. A bit of a backstory: puberty hit me pretty early on and I discovered masturbation and orgasms quite early, so by the time I was around 11, I was already familiar with the concept of sexuality etc. I was actually quite horny as a child so when I found out about porn I’d try to sneak ways to look at it when no one was around and it always thrilled me although I found penises repulsive already, but I just figured I was too young for sex and I would grow into liking it once the time comes. I was also always weirdly into lesbian content I saw on my TV; I was around 9 when The L Word came out and I remember our local TV station kept showing the first two or three episodes over and over again and I remember I always tried to find ways to secretly watch it and the sex scenes were just so intriguing and interesting to me and I was weirdly obsessed with the concept of lesbians even though I had no idea about different sexual orientations at that point. I used to have what I thought were crushes on boys well into my teenage years. There were a few guys in elementary and middle school I crushed on for a while and I was particularly into this one guy in middle school for a few years, although to be fair I never even talked to him or knew him At All except for this idealized version of him I concocted in my mind and claimed to have been “in love with”. I tried texting him on Facebook a few times but he never reciprocated interest so I continued being “infatuated” with him because he didn’t want me back. And I wanted to be wanted, I guess. I was also bullied by boys in middle school so wanting to be “validated” by boys was a very real thing, too. Other guys I crushed on were almost exclusively celebrities and fictional characters I’d get obsessed with for a short while and then completely forget about them/get disinterested as soon as they’d change their looks — so if they’d cut their hair, grow a beard, take their shirt off, etc. — I’d pretty much lose any and all interest right away. Whenever I’d masturbate it was always looking at (mostly lesbian, sometimes straight with the emphasis on women) porn or reading lesbian erotica because solely fantasizing about men was never enough and I could never work myself up in that way simply by thinking about men. When girls in my class started dating boys, I never understood why they would do that so “early on” (we were around 12-13) and it confused and grossed me out. I would much rather spend all the time in the world with my best friend at her place where she was home alone for most of the day and we’d cuddle and talk about movies and TV shows and I’d feel uncomfortable when she’d talk about dating a boy and I’d reciprocate by gushing to her about my crush on this boy I was apparently in love with but never even talked to once in my life. But what did I know. Other than I wanted to spend all the time with her and was always insanely jealous of her spending time with anyone other than me. I chalked this up to the plain old friend jealousy, too. When I was 13, I was obsessed with Twilight and I started crushing hard on Kristen Stewart. To be fair, I did also crush on Taylor Lautner as well, although that one went away pretty quickly while my obsession with Kristen is still very much present, lol. Anyway, this is when I figured I must be bi. I would still get an occasional crush on a man here and there, but they’d all fade away as quickly as they appeared, whereas I was completely smitten with any woman I’d get feelings for. In high school, I fell completely head over heels in love with my best friend to the point where I couldn’t even be around her anymore because the feelings were too strong and I couldn’t take it any longer. I chalked a part of this up to the fact that she was pretty much my only actual friend in high school so maybe I just liked being close to someone, even though I know that’s bullshit; I was actually in love with her and when she got a boyfriend, the disappointment and resent I felt was stronger than anything I’d ever felt in my life. I always liked the idea of dating but I never actually wanted it enough to pursue it, I guess? Other than this one time when I was 17 when I decided to give this guy I met online a try because he was conventionally attractive even though I felt absolutely nothing towards him in any way, shape or form. During the date I was so uncomfortable even though the guy was objectively very nice and I guess I definitely could have dated him if I actually wanted to? Anyway I came home from this date and blocked him on all social media because I was completely weirded out and I never wanted him to talk to me again (which absolutely was a dick move since it was not his fault and he was actually a great guy — but I digress). Any other attempt I would try to talk to men online ended with me being scared to elevate the relationship and losing all interest I might have had once the guy actually started reciprocating the interest in me. I chalked my lack of actual interest in asking men out and actually dating them to a small dating pool and the fact that I’m pretty bad in real life interactions with people in general, but I’m not so sure about that now. Throughout my youth I’ve also dealt with pretty bad body dysmorphia due to being overweight as a pre-teen which caused me to be quite shy and introverted so this probably also played a role in all of this, so I cannot stop wondering what if I had the confidence to ask out the guys I actually liked? Maybe I would have dated them and continued liking them and eventually fallen in love with them for real? I get these are all illogical what if? questions no one can actually answer, but they keep plaguing me and making me feel like an imposter and like a bisexual girl pretending to be lesbian for whatever reason. When I was 20, I had a drunken hook-up with my ex-best friend and it felt great and I genuinely couldn’t imagine it feeling that good with anyone else, especially a man, but then again I am pretty touch starved and I craved intimacy more than anything at that point, so maybe it wasn’t even about her but more about the fact that I liked the sensations more than anything else? I did get pretty infatuated with her afterwards and when she got a boyfriend I couldn’t stomach being so close to her anymore because it just grossed me out that she would be having sex with him now instead of me. This is when I first started identifying as a lesbian, because I realized I never could be with a man the way she was, and the thought of being intimate with a man the way I was with her just scared and weirded the hell out of me. It’s interesting how, ever since I started identifying as a lesbian for the first time, the crushes on men have been pretty much non-existent. I can recognize when a man is attractive but that’s about it. No intrusive thoughts about having sex with him or kissing him or anything like that. Imagining doing any of those things with a woman feels like the best, most amazing, most natural and wonderful thing in the world. The certainty I felt around being a lesbian was the most incredible and freeing feeling in the world, whereas thinking about spending my life with a man or even dating one even for a short period, makes me feel disgusted, uncomfortable, trapped and repulsed. So while I do know how I feel about men right now, I guess my biggest concern and uncertainty is the feelings I had for men in the past. I know no one can answer this for me other than myself, but the problem is I’m having such a hard time digging up these past experiences with men and actually discerning between what I thought was attraction and what actually was attraction? All I know is I can dig up every single one of my crushes on girls and know for a fact they were real, but boys? I have no idea. They felt real at the time, I guess, but I had no actual developed sense of varying layers of sexuality and different sexual orientations at the time — straight was the default and something imposed upon me through every single aspect of media, society, etc. so for all I know, they were fabricated illusions of men I never even knew well enough to have proper feelings for. All I can say for sure is that thinking about these crushes actually being real now makes me feel disgusted and grossed out because I don’t want them to be real. I wish I could just be a lesbian without this vague niggling feeling of what if? around my past with men because being a lesbian feels right, it feels liberating and amazing, whereas thinking about being bisexual simply feels wrong. Just when I became 100% sure that I was a lesbian, I realized that many “real lesbians” (i.e. women who know for a fact that they’ve never felt actual attraction towards men at all) disregard comphet being a real and valid thing and their claims that you can only be a lesbian if you never ever felt anything towards a man ever in your life is what prompted me to start doubting my sexuality once again. I feel like a fraud and like I’m this bisexual girl faking being a lesbian for whatever reason. I know I never want to be with a man in my life and that should be enough, but I cannot stop thinking about what if I’m faking being a lesbian. I know labels aren’t that important anyway but for me they give me a sense of certainty and security and I like feeling secure about certain aspects of my life, including sexuality. If you read all of this then kudos to you, lol. I guess I would just appreciate any sort of input/advice/whatever because I’m tired of feeling trapped and confused and like an imposter in the lesbian community. Thank you! ❤️
2020.02.13 15:49 throwawayyy712Confused, disappointed and feeling like a phoney
(23F, IDs as lesbian) This is probably gonna get pretty long and NSFW at some points and probably incoherent at some points too and I’m sorry about that. I have nowhere else and no one else to talk about this to and I’ve been feeling extremely overwhelmed, anxious and confused during the past few days. I’ve identified as a lesbian on and off for the past few years, however I’ve recently managed to fully acknowledge and accept that I can only have feelings for women and that I only want to be with women and that I never want to touch or have men even look at me ever in my life. Sounds pretty clear that I’m gay, right? Not so much, at least not anymore. A bit of a backstory: puberty hit me pretty early on and I discovered masturbation and orgasms quite early, so by the time I was around 11, I was already familiar with the concept of sexuality etc. I was actually quite horny as a child so when I found out about porn I’d try to sneak ways to look at it when no one was around and it always thrilled me although I found penises repulsive already, but I just figured I was too young for sex and I would grow into liking it once the time comes. I was also always weirdly into lesbian content I saw on my TV; I was around 9 when The L Word came out and I remember our local TV station kept showing the first two or three episodes over and over again and I remember I always tried to find ways to secretly watch it and the sex scenes were just so intriguing and interesting to me and I was weirdly obsessed with the concept of lesbians even though I had no idea about different sexual orientations at that point. I used to have what I thought were crushes on boys well into my teenage years. There were a few guys in elementary and middle school I crushed on for a while and I was particularly into this one guy in middle school for a few years, although to be fair I never even talked to him or knew him At All except for this idealized version of him I concocted in my mind and claimed to have been “in love with”. I tried texting him on Facebook a few times but he never reciprocated interest so I continued being “infatuated” with him because he didn’t want me back. And I wanted to be wanted, I guess. I was also bullied by boys in middle school so wanting to be “validated” by boys was a very real thing, too. Other guys I crushed on were almost exclusively celebrities and fictional characters I’d get obsessed with for a short while and then completely forget about them/get disinterested as soon as they’d change their looks — so if they’d cut their hair, grow a beard, take their shirt off, etc. — I’d pretty much lose any and all interest right away. Whenever I’d masturbate it was always looking at (mostly lesbian, sometimes straight with the emphasis on women) porn or reading lesbian erotica because solely fantasizing about men was never enough and I could never work myself up in that way simply by thinking about men. When girls in my class started dating boys, I never understood why they would do that so “early on” (we were around 12-13) and it confused and grossed me out. I would much rather spend all the time in the world with my best friend at her place where she was home alone for most of the day and we’d cuddle and talk about movies and TV shows and I’d feel uncomfortable when she’d talk about dating a boy and I’d reciprocate by gushing to her about my crush on this boy I was apparently in love with but never even talked to once in my life. But what did I know. Other than I wanted to spend all the time with her and was always insanely jealous of her spending time with anyone other than me. I chalked this up to the plain old friend jealousy, too. When I was 13, I was obsessed with Twilight and I started crushing hard on Kristen Stewart. To be fair, I did also crush on Taylor Lautner as well, although that one went away pretty quickly while my obsession with Kristen is still very much present, lol. Anyway, this is when I figured I must be bi. I would still get an occasional crush on a man here and there, but they’d all fade away as quickly as they appeared, whereas I was completely smitten with any woman I’d get feelings for. In high school, I fell completely head over heels in love with my best friend to the point where I couldn’t even be around her anymore because the feelings were too strong and I couldn’t take it any longer. I chalked a part of this up to the fact that she was pretty much my only actual friend in high school so maybe I just liked being close to someone, even though I know that’s bullshit; I was actually in love with her and when she got a boyfriend, the disappointment and resent I felt was stronger than anything I’d ever felt in my life. I always liked the idea of dating but I never actually wanted it enough to pursue it, I guess? Other than this one time when I was 17 when I decided to give this guy I met online a try because he was conventionally attractive even though I felt absolutely nothing towards him in any way, shape or form. During the date I was so uncomfortable even though the guy was objectively very nice and I guess I definitely could have dated him if I actually wanted to? Anyway I came home from this date and blocked him on all social media because I was completely weirded out and I never wanted him to talk to me again (which absolutely was a dick move since it was not his fault and he was actually a great guy — but I digress). Any other attempt I would try to talk to men online ended with me being scared to elevate the relationship and losing all interest I might have had once the guy actually started reciprocating the interest in me. I chalked my lack of actual interest in asking men out and actually dating them to a small dating pool and the fact that I’m pretty bad in real life interactions with people in general, but I’m not so sure about that now. Throughout my youth I’ve also dealt with pretty bad body dysmorphia due to being overweight as a pre-teen which caused me to be quite shy and introverted so this probably also played a role in all of this, so I cannot stop wondering what if I had the confidence to ask out the guys I actually liked? Maybe I would have dated them and continued liking them and eventually fallen in love with them for real? I get these are all illogical what if? questions no one can actually answer, but they keep plaguing me and making me feel like an imposter and like a bisexual girl pretending to be lesbian for whatever reason. When I was 20, I had a drunken hook-up with my ex-best friend and it felt great and I genuinely couldn’t imagine it feeling that good with anyone else, especially a man, but then again I am pretty touch starved and I craved intimacy more than anything at that point, so maybe it wasn’t even about her but more about the fact that I liked the sensations more than anything else? I did get pretty infatuated with her afterwards and when she got a boyfriend I couldn’t stomach being so close to her anymore because it just grossed me out that she would be having sex with him now instead of me. This is when I first started identifying as a lesbian, because I realized I never could be with a man the way she was, and the thought of being intimate with a man the way I was with her just scared and weirded the hell out of me. It’s interesting how, ever since I started identifying as a lesbian for the first time, the crushes on men have been pretty much non-existent. I can recognize when a man is attractive but that’s about it. No intrusive thoughts about having sex with him or kissing him or anything like that. Imagining doing any of those things with a woman feels like the best, most amazing, most natural and wonderful thing in the world. The certainty I felt around being a lesbian was the most incredible and freeing feeling in the world, whereas thinking about spending my life with a man or even dating one even for a short period, makes me feel disgusted, uncomfortable, trapped and repulsed. So while I do know how I feel about men right now, I guess my biggest concern and uncertainty is the feelings I had for men in the past. I know no one can answer this for me other than myself, but the problem is I’m having such a hard time digging up these past experiences with men and actually discerning between what I thought was attraction and what actually was attraction? All I know is I can dig up every single one of my crushes on girls and know for a fact they were real, but boys? I have no idea. They felt real at the time, I guess, but I had no actual developed sense of varying layers of sexuality and different sexual orientations at the time — straight was the default and something imposed upon me through every single aspect of media, society, etc. so for all I know, they were fabricated illusions of men I never even knew well enough to have proper feelings for. All I can say for sure is that thinking about these crushes actually being real now makes me feel disgusted and grossed out because I don’t want them to be real. I wish I could just be a lesbian without this vague niggling feeling of what if? around my past with men because being a lesbian feels right, it feels liberating and amazing, whereas thinking about being bisexual simply feels wrong. Just when I became 100% sure that I was a lesbian, I realized that many “real lesbians” (i.e. women who know for a fact that they’ve never felt actual attraction towards men at all) disregard comphet being a real and valid thing and their claims that you can only be a lesbian if you never ever felt anything towards a man ever in your life is what prompted me to start doubting my sexuality once again. I feel like a fraud and like I’m this bisexual girl faking being a lesbian for whatever reason. I know I never want to be with a man in my life and that should be enough, but I cannot stop thinking about what if I’m faking being a lesbian. I know labels aren’t that important anyway but for me they give me a sense of certainty and security and I like feeling secure about certain aspects of my life, including sexuality. If you read all of this then kudos to you, lol. I guess I would just appreciate any sort of input/advice/whatever because I’m tired of feeling trapped and confused and like an imposter in the lesbian community. Thank you! ❤️
2020.01.07 14:17 anon121232343WIBTA if I told my boyfriend of 5months that I’m bi?
Throwaway account. My boyfriend and I have been together for 5 months now. He’s amazing and my absolute best friend. Now I’d like to state that when we started dated I did not ~realise~ that I was bi. Sounds dumb but I’m getting there. Just the other day I was rewatching twilight for the first time in years, and I was thinking about how obsessed I was as a young teenager. I used to have all the merch and special edition books and such. I also had pictures of the cast up on my wall. I had the obvious ones of RPatz and Taylor Lautner and Jackson Rathebone, but I also had a whole bunch of Kristen Stewart etc. Not too out of place because lots of young girls had that. But it suddenly hit me that I’d quite fancied Kristen Stewart. I thought about it and realised that I wasnt ever against dating a woman. I’d kissed a few even, but thought nothing of it. I realised I’d get off on the women just as much as men the few times I watched porn. I just figured when I was younger that that couldn’t be me and that wasn’t who I was, and I guess I didn’t think much of it. I’m not interested in any women now, I only want my boyfriend. So would I be the asshole if I told him now? Or would it just look like I hid it or came to realise in a bad way? I’m really confused about whether it needs to be part of my identity because I can’t see myself with anyone other than my boyfriend, even though it’s early going. EDIT: hey guys! Thank you all for your advice, I took a while to think about how I wanted to tell him, and I decided that I’d pretty much say it the same way as I did here. Not gonna lie, I cried trying to tell him, it was the first time I’d said it out loud and I was surprised about how nervous I was. I calmed down though and got it out, and after asking me if I wanted to explore it and if I still loved him - no and yes - he said he was glad he told me, and that this changes nothing for him. He told me a little afterwards that he had no idea where I was going when I mentioned twilight but was glad that I told him that’s how I realised and not because of a girl I wanted to be with. Thank you all again and have wonderful days ☺️
2019.10.10 04:41 spikethroughmyheartShakira's She Wolf album was released 10 years ago today!
A decade ago Shakira released her 6th studio album (3rd in English) She Wolf! Let's celebrate! She Wolf (2009) by Shakira The album came 3 years after the massive success of her 2006 smash hit Hips Don't lie and right before the international soccer anthem Waka Waka which roared across stadiums in 2010. The album shifts from her usual Latin and Rock influences and enters the world of Electronic-Pop infused with World sounds and heavy bass. Lyrically it's her most sexual and least personal album to date as its all written based on fantasy and friends' perspectives (Shakira hasn't been single since the 90's). As Stephen Thomas Erlewine from AllMusic puts it "She Wolf is celebration of all the strange sensuality that comes out at night". Shakira wanted to make a dance-oriented feel good album that empowered women. She definitely delivered as it's the only album on her discography not to feature any ballads or sad songs. Producers for the album, besides herself, include The Neptunes (Pharrell & Chad Hugo), John Hill, Timbaland, Sam Endicott (The Bravery), Amanda Ghost among others. The album received generally positive reviews from critics (72/100 based on 15 reviews on MetaCritic) and was a commercial success in several countries as it reached #1 in 5 nations and top 20 in 14 other countries including the United Sates where it peaked at #15. Has sold over 2 million copies worldwide and has over a billion streams globally. The album's promotion started with a series of found footage videos of alleged werewolf attacks throughout the world such as this which feature snippets of the song and a woman attacking victims. The attacker would also leave her bloody paw in some videos, which would become the She Wolf logo. https://preview.redd.it/isn04qi77mr31.jpg?width=4096&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=094b151363706ca055665d1383dac6bfd1ae74dc • 👉 The lead single was the title track She Wolf / (with its Spanish counterpart Loba). It became a nightclub anthem. It peaked at #11 in the US and #1 on the Hot Dance Club songs and Hot Latin songs charts. (Top 10 in 17 other countries). The LGBT community largely embraced the song as it featured themes of "Coming out", female empowerment and sex positive lyrics. She Wolf was very different from anything Shakira had done in the past, however it was still very her. With its panting & moaning, quirky lyrics ("Starting to feel just a little abused like a coffee machine in an office", the term "lycanthropy") and the improvised/animal-influenced dance moves on a video where we see her contort in a cage, the song was something only Shakira could pull off and made her stand out among contemporaries. A short video with the Deeplick Club Remix of the song also came out. The Calvin Harris remix is also really good so I'm sharing that as well. Fun fact, the song was first written in and demoed in french. 💃🏻 Notable performances: Saturday Night live and This Taylor Swift SNL parody, why not lol Also, I want to point out another connection with Taylor... the Werewolf pairing of Shakira and Taylor Lautner presented a certain VMA award in 2009... Here's the cursed image before tragedy and Here's Shak talking about the iconic incident) • 👉 The 2nd international (non U.S.) single came out 3 months later titled Did It Again (Lo Hecho Esta Hecho for Spanish-speaking markets). The Pharrell influenced song, even though not as much of a commercial success as She Wolf, it was still met with positive critiques. Especially for the gravity-defying bedroom dance routine on the music video featuring Daniel "Cloud" Campos (Madonna, Michael Jackson) and the Korean drummers. Fraser McAlpine from BBC, praised the lyrics of the song, and complimented Shakira's unpredictability and expressivity. The Popjustice review of the album described the song as being "brilliant". (Also its Taylor Swift approved bop as she tweeted the song out after the incident 😂) A remix featuring verses by Kid Cudi for the English version and Pitbull for the Spanish version also came out. 💃🏻 Notable performances: Dancing with the stars and Jimmy Kimmel •👉 The 2nd single for The U.S. was Give It Up To Me featuring Lil Wayne and Timbaland. The stomping hip-hop influenced song, which was originally meant to be included on Timbaland's 2009 album Shock Value II, failed to make an impact. Only peaking at #29 in the US. Notable performances: American Music Awards and her NBA All Star halftime show which includes She Wolf •👉 The 3rd and final single (4th overall) was Gypsy (Gitana) This is a mid tempo song (the slowest on the album) with lyrics about traveling and being on the road. Its heavily influenced by Indian bhangra music. 💃🏻 Notable performances: Rock In Rio and this impromptu duet with Selena Gomez on Wizards of Waverly Place lol ❗️ Other songs worth checking out: 👉 Why Wait (Años Luz) was used while promoting the album, she also opened her 2010 Sale El Sol World Tour with it. Live version here. 👉 Good Stuff. Middle Eastern influences are evident on this song along with the previously mentioned “Why Wait” two Pharrell tracks that are heavy on percussion and unusual synth tones (Shakira herself is lebanese). Both are the most fun on the album and give you hints of Britney Spears. A remix featuring Raghed Alama (Lebanese singer) also exists for that extra arabic oomph. 👉Men In This Town. Shakira mentioned many times that she was listening to a lot of Crystal Castles during the making of this record and it shows on this song. One of her most experimental songs to date, it features glitchy sounds and distorted and high pitched vocals mumbling "it's a suicide waiting" ending in gibberish. This song was actually a huge fan favorite to the point of becoming a meme in the fandom. #JusticeForMITT was what everyone had to say. Shakira did say it was one of her favorite tracks, however she never made it into a single or performed it live. 👉Mon Amour is the album's closer. The rock track features humorous lyrics, a side of Shakira's songwriting that's rarely mentioned. This was also a favorite among the fandom. 👉Spy the second collaboration with the Hips Don't Lie rapper couldn't be more different. Here we have a disco and R&B bop that has Shakira at her sexiest while making trumpet sounds with her voice. Can't get anymore Shakira than that. https://preview.redd.it/ramhzlkckmr31.jpg?width=770&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=2f86b2ba72d003ae65fe9f7f0563a7bdf8c5bac0 Tracklist:
She Wolf / Loba
Did It Again / Lo Hecho Está Hecho
Why Wait / Años Luz
Men In This Town
Gypsy / Gitana
Spy (Feat. Wyclef Jean)
Give It Up To Me (Feat. Lil Wayne & Timbaland) [U.S. exclusive track)
2019.09.27 01:02 UnwipedPooStainHow good looking must a man be to date you even tho he is shorter?
READ RULES BEFORE POSTING please. Out of morbid curiosity I want to know what kind of attractive face can make up for height if even possible. Also rules before you post:
If you never dated a short guy for long time, or had any sexual contact with a short guy the answer is automatically " Face can NEVER make up for short height for me "
If you are currently dating/married a man shorter than you, how good looking was his face when you met him. As in before he even opened his mouth, were you attracted to him? Was he better looking than the taller guys you deal with?
Did you ever have a celebrity crush only to find out he is shorter than you and lose all attraction? Zac Effron, Taylor Lautner, Tom Cruise, Tom Holland come to mind
Same as rule 1, do not bother with " I would date a short guy IF... "
This is a worthless answer, you have to had sexual interactions with a short man, otherwise you are just making up scenarios in your head that you don't know for sure would play out in real life
2019.06.23 23:24 sakurarose20Taylor Swift should have been imprisoned for pedophilia
So, I've seen a lot of people getting their panties in a twist over Leonardo DiCaprio dating consenting adults that are younger than him. Meanwhile, not only has Taylor Swift dated a boy in high school as a grown adult (I don't care if he was 18 at the time, adult women should not be dating high schoolers), SHE LITERALLY DATED A 17 YEAR OLD BOY AT THE AGE OF 19. Yes, I'm referring to Taylor Lautner. Now, idk if they had sex or what the age of consent laws were wherever they were, but it's creepy as hell, and if not put in prison, she should still be called out for her preferences for guys much older or younger than her.
2019.05.31 05:35 CurlyNerdyBry94Wasn’t Really Crazy About
Either sexes growing up I realized. I mean sure there was a popular boy in school that everyone had a crush on. And I was totally obsessed with the Jonas Brothers, Taylor Lautner, Tom Felton etc. but, I wasn’t majorly boy crazy. And I never really thought of a future with a guy? It’s kind of fuzzy. I did had a boyfriend last year but it fell off cuz I would always forget about him and I felt as though i was a indeed a lesbian cuz I didn’t like him at all. It just didn’t feel right. I didn’t like all the dates that we did and I felt as though it would be better if it were a woman? But then again maybe I’m just scared of being with a guy and it’s totally okay not being boy crazy growing up but I’ve read a lot of stories that’s how people knew that they were a lesbian. I’m just not sure what i am. And it’s draining me to the core. I’ve been online dating for years and it was mostly on women with bad first dates and not sure to try men again cuz I would always switch back to women the next day. I just want some advice on this. Sorry for rambling. My thoughts are everywhere and have no one to talk to cuz it’s late. PS: I’ve never liked Zac Efron. Even when he was Troy from High School Musical. Didn’t see the hype. And I’m not obsessed with Brie Larson either. Don’t see the hype about her as well. 🤷🏽♀️ if that helps 😆
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