Layshia on Top Surgery

By |2021-03-03T13:37:12-05:00March 3rd, 2021|Entertainment, Puzzles|

Across
1 What’s in the stallion’s mouth
5 Chiwetel Ejiofor’s “Kinky ___”
10 IML winner’s accessory
14 “M. Butterfly” star John
15 Dana of “MacGyver”
16 Heterogeneous mixture
17 With 37-Across, Layshia Clarendon’s comment on her top surgery
20 Hairspray name
21 Shakespeare’s Puck, e.g.
22 “Your Movie Sucks” author
23 To one’s liking
26 Type of leaves of grass
29 Changes “Rent” for the big screen, e.g.
33 Fuses again
35 Hard shaft material
36 Constellation over Rio
37 See 17-Across
39 Expected to come soon
40 Biopic about Harvey
42 “You guys” of old
43 Fruit cover
44 Lurer of phallic fish
46 Strong joe
47 Like a condom gone bad
48 Like a top
50 Poli sci subj.
51 With 54-Across, Clarendon’s team (appropriate to her quote)
54 See 51-Across
57 “La Traviata” solo
58 Prepare to pull it out
60 Robert De ___
61 Neighbor of NY
62 High places with flat tops
63 Friendly opening
64 Cabin material for Republicans
65 Fruity explorer?
66 Cock ending

Down
1 Soprano Gluck
2 “Gay Priest” author Malcolm
3 The 411
4 Apartment balcony
5 Spelling contest
6 Any song by Johnny Mathis
7 Carol’s opening
8 Florida gay film festival city
9 Bombay title
10 Meat substitute
11 Personal lubricant ingredient
12 Homophobic word, e.g.
13 Poet Crane
18 Swallow up
19 Hardly ever
24 Wipe over
25 Corvo’s title
26 Set up
27 Bone-chilling
28 Spitting alternative
30 Professional with a foot fetish?
31 Torso of Mapplethorpe pics
32 Like a nocturnal emission?
34 Appear to be
35 Fingered
38 Bird from down under
41 Nairobi residents
43 Money coming in
45 Carnaval resort
47 High arcing shot
49 Disgraced former president
50 Itinerant laborer
51 Chemist’s condiment
52 Ending with switch
53 You may go down on one
54 Iago, notably
55 Singer Fure
56 Long-ago time, to Shakespeare
59 Half of a Hollywood name

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