Co-hosts Whoopi Goldberg, Nicolle Wallace, Raven-Symoné, and guest co-hosts Michelle Collins and Sara Haines talk to "Orange Is the New Black" Actress Lea DeLaria about her upcoming wedding.
Hot Topic: We've Come a Long Way Baby
There was good news and bad news for Millennials today on "The View." The good news is they are having better sex than previous generations. The bad news is they are having less of it. Raven-Symone thinks less sex is a good thing and states, "I don't need it all the time." Michelle Collins feels good sex is hard to come by so you should take it when you can get it.
Hot Topic: Double Standard
The co-hosts question why men who experiment sexually with men are labeled Gay. Especially, when women who fool around briefly with other women are said to be just experimenting. The co-hosts agree there is a double standard. While trying to get down to the bottom of this and explain various sexual orientations Raven-Symone creates a new word: necessexually.
Hot Topic: I Hate You Not
A study delves into why people you hate sometimes turn you on. "The View" co-host Michelle admits she had a sex dream about an actor she found disgusting. She would not admit who is was but gave one clue, a movie title: "The Big Lebowski."
Michelle Takes Hot Topics to The Streets: Talks Lenny Kravitz Wardrobe Fail
Michelle Collins hits the streets to talk about recent Hot Topics including Lenny Kravitz's recent wardrobe fail that left nothing to the imagination.
"Orange is the New Black" Star Lea DeLaria
Actress and comedian Lea DeLaria talks about crying at the SAG awards where her “Orange is the New Black” co-star Uzo Aduba won an award. Lea also proposed to her fiancé shortly after and announced for the first time their wedding date, January 8th, 2017. She admits that her coming out story was similar to that of her “Orange is the New Black” character Boo except her parents learned from her and supported Lea as she became the person she wanted be. Lea is also a jazz singer and just put out her sixth album, "House of David," which features jazz covers of David Bowie songs.
Model Mark Reay The Subject of Documentary "Homme Less'"
Model Mark Reay talks about being homeless while modeling. His story is featured in a documentary film called "Homme Less." He admits he did not go to homeless shelters because he did not want to take public assistance. Even after starting to make some money he chose to remain homeless.
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