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I went to the beach with my boyfriend last week and discovered something: Guys really, really, really hate sunscreen. To them, there's nothing worse than rubbing goopy white lotion all over a body that, by the way, happens to be covered in hair (and while we're being honest, the thought of taking on that task isn't all that appealing). And it's not just my boyfriend: In a 2012 Skin Cancer Foundation survey, only 49 percent of men reported using sunscreen regularly.
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On the day after he got out of jail, Scott Thorson got $1,200 worth of Botox injections. He was, after all, about to make the rounds on TV. Thorson was Liberace's lover, and Behind the Candelabra, his memoir about his time with the flamboyant entertainer, was recently made into an HBO film. Thorson had been in prison in Reno, awaiting sentencing on burglary charges for racking up $110,000 on someone else's credit card. When I first communicated with Thorson in prison, he was particularly upset because the Washoe County Jail does not subscribe to HBO, so he could not watch Matt Damon play him when the film had its premiere on May 26.
But lucky for Thorson, among the film's 2.4 million viewers that night were Madam Suzette, a court reporter turned hostess and manager of the Moonlite BunnyRanch, a legal brothel in Mound House, Nevada, and Krissy Summers, 23, a former cheerleader from the University of Michigan who is working at the Ranch to pay off her student loans. Thorson's backstory—he was a foster kid who met Liberace when he was just 17—touched a chord with Summers, who was shunned by her Michigan family for having sex with the pastor's son. (And you thought hookers with a heart of gold were only for Julia Roberts movies.)