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This History of Gay Bars Is Also a Tale of LGBTQ Liberation 

 

The new documentary San Diego's Gay Bar History surveys some of the 135 bars that have existed in the city and chronicles the various aspects of the LGBTQ community that have grown within them. Directed and produced by Paul Detwiler, the film has been released on the city's PBS station, KPBS.

The earliest example of a gay bar in San Diego came in the 1957, when straight ally Lou Arko bought the popular lunch club of the 1930's, the Brass Rail, and extended it into a meeting spot for gay people at night.

The post-World War II era heralded the opening of many more bars, catering to the independent men and women who had moved to the bustling port city for military jobs. During this time, when homosexuality was criminalized and it was even against the law for two men to dance together, the bars provided a meeting place for LGBTQ people who were otherwise isolated.

Advocate

Tags: Celebrity, Club/Bar, Community, Drag, Entertainment, Environment, Film, History, LGBTQ, Portrait, Representation, Sex Identity, Video Gay Swatch

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23-Mar-2019


How Hollywood Legend Doris Day Plans to Celebrate Her 97th Birthday 

 

Screen and song legend Doris Day will celebrate her 97th birthday on April 3 with her favorite sweet treat: Edy’s slow-churned chocolate fudge ice creamthis link opens in a new tab.

“Doris will be spending a quiet birthday at home again this year surrounded by a few close friends,” her business manager Bob Bashara tells PEOPLE. “She always gets lots of phone calls wishing her happy birthday. And, in the evening, she’ll enjoy a special birthday dinner followed by cake and ice cream.”

Ahead of her birthday, her adopted hometown of Carmel-By-The-Sea, California, where she moved in the 70s, is hosting the Doris Day Animal Foundation this link opens in a new tab Annual Benefit on Thursday, March 28 at the Cypress Inn.

People

Tags: Celebration, Celebrity, Entertainment, Legend, Portrait, Sweet, Tribute

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22-Mar-2019


My Escape From The Evangelical Cult In Which I Was Raised Began At The Library 

 

In 1997 when I was 16, sexual purity and abstinence-only culture was all I had ever known. I was the girl in the oversized jumper dress that hid my figure and my legs. I wore a silver purity ring on my right hand and a hunter green "What Would Jesus Do?" bracelet on my wrist. I didn’t use makeup or tampons. I didn’t kiss, hold hands, or date. I definitely never looked at my naked body if I could avoid it. I stood out in all the wrong ways, but this was my normal. And all of my homeschool friends were just like me.

In my evangelical cult, a woman’s path in life was clear: Get married, have children but not a career, keep quiet, be modest, and obey your husband. A man needed to make money and be in charge, and meanwhile, his wife would provide him with sex and care for his children. When a teen rebelled against their parents or a wife left her husband, it was commonly spoken of as a form of demon possession, and we prayed that the person under satanic oppression would be released. Spanking children as young 18 months old was encouraged, and strict discipline was expected. In fact, one pastor gave a seminar about which spanking methods and everyday household items produced the best obedience in children and teens. Ritualistic beatings were coded as loving discipline.

Bustle

United Methodist Church investigating voting irregularities at summit that bolstered LGBT bans

Tags: All Rights, Choices, Coming Out, Education, Environment, Freedom, LGBTQ, Policy, Portrait, Religion, Sex Identity, Voting, Woman's Rights

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15-Mar-2019


‘Furious’ woman shocked to discover her husband starring in a gay porn video while wearing his wedding ring 

 

A HORRIFIED woman has recalled the moment she found out her husband has been starring in gay pornography WHILE they were in a committed relationship.

The Sun

Tags: Environment, Gay, Hypocrisy, Opinion, Porn, Portrait, Relationships, Sex, Woman's Rights

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13-Mar-2019


Desi Arnaz: A Pioneer of the Television Sitcom
Discover how the I Love Lucy star changed TV
 

Desi Arnaz was a Cuban-born American actor, musician, and TV producer. He is best known for his role as Ricky Ricardo in the cult classic American TV sitcom I Love Lucy. Co-starring alongside his then-wife Lucille Ball, the pair are credited as the inventors of the syndicated rerun as they were more than just actors in the show – they were key in making it into such a success. The show ran from 1951-1957 and spanned six seasons with 180 half-hour episodes in total, which was previously unheard of for a TV show.

Arnaz became part of one of the USA’s most watched shows, but his life wasn’t always glitz and glam, even if it might have seemed that way in the beginning. Born into a prominent Cuban family in Santiago in 1917, Arnaz’s father, Desiderio Arnaz II, was mayor of Santiago, the original capital of Cuba. His mother, Dolores de Acha, was the daughter of one of the founders of the Bacardi Rum Company. If that wasn’t enough of a claim to fame, Arnaz’s grandfather, Don Desiderio, was a physician who accompanied Theodore Roosevelt and the Rough Riders at the Battle of San Juan Hill in 1898.

Arts and Culture

Tags: Actor, Americans, Art, Celebrity, Cool Daddy Squish, Entertainment, Environment, Equality, History, Latin, Legend, Men In Charge, Movie Trivia, Music, Portrait, Tribute, TV Swatch, TV Trivia

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02-Mar-2019


Gone with the Wind Heads Back to Theaters for Its 80th Anniversary 
 

An all-time classic is making its way back to the big screen.

80 years after its initial release in 1939, Gone with the Wind will screen at participating locations for two days only this year. Fans of the Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh classic can watch the movie at the end of this month on Thursday Feb. 28 and Saturday March 3.

Though the movie remains a classic, modern audiences have received it with mixed views due to its representation of black people. It was most recently pulled from an annual summer movie festival in Memphis after attendees complained about its racial insensitivity.

People

Tags: Art, Art Deletion, Education, Entertainment, Film, Film Trivia, History, Portrait, Representation

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19-Feb-2019


The parking lot suicides
Veterans are taking their own lives on VA hospital campuses, a desperate form of protest against a system that they feel hasn’t helped them. 
 

Alissa Harrington took an audible breath as she slid open a closet door deep in her home office. This is where she displays what’s too painful, too raw to keep out in the open.

Framed photos of her younger brother, Justin Miller, a 33-year-old Marine Corps trumpet player and Iraq veteran. Blood-spattered safety glasses recovered from the snow-covered Nissan Frontier truck where his body was found. A phone filled with the last text messages from his father: “We love you. We miss you. Come home.”

Miller was suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder and suicidal thoughts when he checked into the Minneapolis Department of Veterans Affairs hospital in February 2018. After spending four days in the mental-health unit, Miller walked to his truck in VA’s parking lot and shot himself in the very place he went to find help.

“The fact that my brother, Justin, never left the VA parking lot — it’s infuriating,” said Harrington, 37. “He did the right thing; he went in for help. I just can’t get my head around it.”

Washington Post

Tags: Americans, Backlash, Environment, Health, Insensitivity, Mental Health, Military, Misrepresentation, Nature, Neglect, New World Order, Politics, Portrait, Protections, Reckless, Respect, Sad, Victims, Violence, World

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10-Feb-2019


Gay adult performer Calvin Banks: “My dad was my first blowjob” 

 

Adult video performer Calvin Banks recently told Himeros.tv that his first sexual experience was with his father. “I can now comfortably say my dad was my first blowjob,” Banks told the educational adult site.

“I gotta laugh about it,” Banks continued. “I have friends whose dads left when they were two years old. I joke with them, I say ‘Well, your dad didn’t love you enough, and my dad loved me too much.’”

Queerty

Tags: Abuse, Child Abuse, Gay, Hot Swatch, Incest, Nature, Parental Burden, Parenting, Porn, Portrait, Representation, Respect, Sex, Victims

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07-Feb-2019


Actor Matt Dallas reveals execs told him not to publicly come out as gay

 

Matt Dallas revealed executives of hit show Kyle XY told him not to publicly come out as gay.

The 36-year-old played the title character in the American science fiction television series for three seasons from 2007.

‘I was told to stay in the closet,’ he revealed. ‘Not talk about my sexuality, to be on every red carpet with a girl on my arm – because you could not be successful if you were openly gay in the entertainment industry, at least in front of the camera.’

‘I wish I had not taken that advice,’ he added.

Gay Star News

Tags: Celebrity, Choices, Coming Out, Daddy Squish, Employment, Entertainment, Environment, Equality, Parental Pride, Portrait, Relationships, TV Gay Swatch

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07-Feb-2019


EXCLUSIVE: Michael Jackson is captured in astonishing video deposition squirming, giggling and quoting Bible verses as he's questioned about molesting boys in unearthed footage 

 

Squirming in his seat, Michael Jackson is asked directly on camera whether he's a pedophile in newly unearthed video footage obtained by DailyMailTV.

The King (Perv) of Pop is quizzed by lawyers about allegations of child sexual abuse in what's understood to be the only time he was ever filmed being questioned on the subject during his life.

The iconic singer, who at the time was 37, appears nervous and laughs, giggles and jokes his way through questions about molesting children in the astonishing footage dated March 1, 1996.

Daily Mail

GLORIA ALLRED I Have No Doubt ... MICHAEL JACKSON MOLESTED KIDS

Tags: Celebrity, Children, Cowardice, Environment, Exclusivity, Hypocrisy, Inhumanity, Interview, Investigation, Lifestyle, Macho Posing, Magic Splatter, Mental Health, Misrepresentation, No more Heroes, Pederasty, Portrait, Privilege, Religion, Ridiculous, Self Interest, Self-hatred, Sex, Stereotype, Supremacy, Threat, Toxic, Uncool, Video, Violence

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06-Feb-2019


 

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04-Feb-2019


It’s time for a #MeToo moment in hip hop 

 

In the weeks following the horrific revelations made in Lifetime’s bombshell six-part docuseries “Surviving R. Kelly,” the fallout has been immense.

The 52-year-old R&B superstar, accused of alleged sexual and physical abuse with underage girls spanning nearly three decades, has parted ways with Sony Music Entertainment and its subsidiary RCA Records, following protests over his conduct.

But while a day of reckoning seems to be finally at hand for Kelly, the hip-hop and R&B world has yet to truly have the #MeToo moment that has rocked Hollywood, professional sports, the video-game industry and the journalism biz.

Rapper Kodak Black is awaiting trial this April for allegedly pinning down, biting and raping a woman in a South Carolina hotel. But despite such serious allegations, the tattooed 21-year-old “Tunnel Vision” hit-maker is still treated like an A-lister.

NY Post

Tags: All Rights, Americans, Bad Daddy, Celebrity, Child Abuse, Children, Choices, Environment, Exclusivity, Hate, Hip Hop, History, Hostility, Hypocrisy, Ignorance, Inhumanity, Insensitivity, Lifestyle, Misrepresentation, Music, New World Order, No more Heroes, Parental Burden, Politics, Portrait, Race, Religion, Respect, Sex, Sex Identity, Sex Worker, Sexism, Sexual Harassment, Stereotype, Supremacy, Uncool, Violence, Woman's Rights, Women, Youth

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28-Jan-2019


 

Tags: Animate, Coming Out, Gay, Gif, Perception, Portrait, Relationships, Respect, Romance, Women

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25-Jan-2019


Barbra Streisand Reveals Rough Relationship With Her ‘Jealous’ Mother 

 

After years of stardom, Barbra Streisand Opens a New Window. has finally revealed her secretly rough relationship with her mother, who died in 2002.

The famed singer, actress, and director, now 76, told the Daily Mail Opens a New Window. that after her father Emanuel died of an accidental morphine overdose when she was only 15 months old, her mom Diana had to care for her alone.

“I think there are parents who don’t really like themselves,” Streisand remarked in the new interview.

“They don’t like their offspring either. My mother meant well. She loved me as best she could. She had dreams of her own and she wanted to be a singer. She was jealous, and that was staggering for me to learn.”

Radar Online

Tags: Bio, Celebrity, Entertainment, Family, Interview, Parenting, Portrait, Relationships, Women, Youth

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24-Nov-2018


Woman Held Captive for 10 Years in 'Basement of Horrors' Speaks Out: 'I Thought I Was Going to Die There' 

 

A Pennsylvania woman who was held captive for 10 years in what has reportedly been described as a “basement of horrors” is sharing her story seven years after she was rescued.

“I thought I was going to die there,” Tamara Breeden told local TV station WCAU in an interview this week of her time imprisoned in the basement of a Philadelphia home where she and several other developmentally disabled adults were kept.

The group was eventually saved in 2011 and their captor, Linda Weston, along with three co-conspirators were sent to prison.

Breeden, now 36, told WCAU that in addition to being physically abused and kept in torturous conditions — without light, a bed or a bathroom — she and the others were forced to urinate in a bucket, wear clothes pulled from the trash and denied showers.

People

Tags: All Rights, Finance, Hate, Heartless, Inhumanity, Mental Health, Portrait, Slavery, Treatment, Victims, Violence

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16-Nov-2018




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