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Why Tiny Dicks Might Come Back Into Fashion 

 

So it may be shocking to learn that the Ancient Greeks, the ostensible progenitors of Western cultural and aesthetic values, abhorred big dicks. “[In Ancient Greek culture,] the proper or beautiful penis is dainty,” said John Clarke, an ancient erotic art scholar, of their worldview. "A human with very large genitalia, especially male genitalia, is considered to be grotesque, laughable.” This preference for petite penises runs back to at least the eighth century BCE, as is reflected in statuary of the era, noted Timothy McNiven, an associate professor at Ohio State University who has studied antique penile depictions, and continues straight through most classical Greek art and literature.

Vice

Tags: Anatomy, Environment, History, Men, Psychology, Sex, World

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14-Aug-2019


Gay men more likely to cheat than straight men, say psychologists 

 

"In the gay life, fidelity is almost impossible. Since part of the compulsion of homosexuality seems to be a need on the part of the homophile to “absorb” masculinity from his sexual partners, he must be constantly on the lookout for [new partners]. Constantly the most successful homophile “marriages” are those where there is an agreement between the two to have affairs on the side while maintaining the semblance of permanence in their living arrangement. [p. 208]"

Gay life is most typical and works best when sexual contacts are impersonal and even anonymous. As a group the homosexuals I have known seem far more preoccupied with sex than heterosexuals are, and far more likely to think of a good sex life as many partners under many exciting circumstances. [p.209]"

Tremr

Tags: Environment, Gay, History, Lifestyle, Mental Health, Nature, Preference, Psychology, Relationships, Representation, Science, Study, Treatment

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11-Aug-2019


Miriam Rivera, reality TV's first trans star, found dead at 38 

 

The Mexican model died in February, but the news has only just emerged. She was 38, according to the Daily Mail.

Rivera's husband Daniel Cuervo posted an online tribute to her in February.

Her Sky One series caused controversy at the time, with the male contestants winning compensation after saying the programme had "a devastating effect".

BBC

Tags: Celebrity, Death, Health, History, Investigation, Let's Remember, LGBTQ, Models, RIP, Trans, TV Gay Swatch

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09-Aug-2019


Some of the most recent deadly US mass shootings 

 

A gunman opened fire Saturday at a shopping mall in El Paso, Texas, killing at least 15 people .

A list of some of the deadliest mass shootings in the United States in the last two years:

— May 31, 2019: Longtime city worker DeWayne Craddock opened fire in a building that houses Virginia Beach government offices. He killed 12 people and wounded several others before he was gunned down by police.

ABC News

A Texas officer kills a woman while shooting at an unrestrained dog, police say

Tags: Animals, Choices, Death, Environment, Guns/Toys, History, Lifestyle, Mental Health, Murder, Parental Burden, Police, Politics, Safety, Statistics, Threat, Training, Violence

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03-Aug-2019


Reagan called President Nixon to slur Africans as ‘monkeys.’ Of course there are tapes. 

 

It was October 1971, and the United Nations had just voted to recognize the People’s Republic of China.

Then-California Gov. Ronald Reagan was infuriated that delegations from Africa did not align themselves with the U.S. position — that the U.N. should recognize Taiwan as an independent state — and wanted to get President Richard Nixon on the phone. He was apparently disgusted after watching delegates from Tanzania celebrate the U.N. decision to support Chinese sovereignty over Taiwan.

“To see those, those monkeys from those African countries — damn them, they’re still uncomfortable wearing shoes!” Reagan said.

Nixon replied with a big laugh.

Washington Post

Tags: Americans, Exclusivity, History, Hypocrisy, Insensitivity, Leaders, Men In Charge, Misrepresentation, Politics, Profiling, Racism, Stereotype

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31-Jul-2019


Tours canceled of Catholic priest who linked autism to homosexuality 

 

A Catholic priest who linked autism to homosexuality has canceled his upcoming Australian tour. Church authorities canceled his tours in Ireland and Canada also canceled his tours.

Father Dominic Valanmanal from India was scheduled to appear at a five-day retreat in the southern city of Melbourne.

Syro Malabar Eparchy of St Thomas the Apostle in Melbourne had planned to host the retreat. It announced the cancellation but did not give a reason for it.

Gay Star News

Pastor said he was 'sucking demons' out of men he sexually assaulted

EXCLUSIVE: HOUSE REPUBLICANS ARE PRESSURING AMAZON TO SELL BOOKS ON GAY CONVERSION THERAPY

Christian dressmaker refuses service to lesbian couple, but offers to convert them instead

A man viciously beat a lesbian couple while calling one of women ‘a dude’

First they burn the books. Then they kill people. History has shown us this repeatedly.

Magazine to give out 'LGBT-free zone' stickers to readers

Tags: $, Activism, All Rights, Attack, Backlash, Books, Bullying, Business, Cancellation, Church, Conversion Therapy, Employment, Environment, Exclusivity, Fight a Real Enemy, Fighting Back, Hate, History, Homophobia, Hypocrisy, Ignorance, Inciting Violence, Inhumanity, Interference, Leaders, LGBTQ, Magic Splatter, Men In Charge, Mental Health, Misrepresentation, No more Heroes, Parental Burden, Politics, Porn, Privilege, Religion, Sex, Threat, Violence, Waste, World

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19-Jul-2019


10 Gruesome Original Stories Behind Disney Movies 

 

The recent outrage over Disney's casting of black actress Halle Bailey to play Ariel in the live-action Little Mermaid film has taken over social media, but people crying foul over the entertainment giant "changing" the source material have another thing coming. First of all, as author Tracey Baptiste points out in an article for The New York Times, mermaids have always been black. Second of all, there are plenty of fairy tales that Disney has changed over its 80-plus-year movie-making career, and I've got 10 of them explained for you below.

Book nerds should know by now that no page-to-screen adaptation can be 100 percent faithful to the original. Everything diverges from its source material in degrees, and fairy tales are no exception.

Bustle

Tags: Books, History, Representation, Re-tooled, Writing

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12-Jul-2019


k.d. lang Says Coming Out Denied Her a Chance to Remain Mysterious 

 

Singer k.d. lang stunned the world coming out to The Advocate in 1992. But she says now the experience ultimately proved ‘exhausting’ and stripped the singer of some public mystery.

“I grew up with the adage that there is a wealth of purpose in being mysterious,” lang said in a new interview with The Guardian. “And I feel like I haven’t had the chance to be mysterious. My sexuality, and everything, was so much out in the open, and has been for many years. I feel exhausted by being exposed.”

Advocate

Tags: Celebrity, Coming Out, Entertainment, Gaycon, History, Interview, Lesbian, LGBTQ, Music, Perception, Politics, Representation, Treatment

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12-Jul-2019


The secret gay history of Islam 

 

Islam once considered homosexuality to be one of the most normal things in the world.

The Ottoman Empire, the seat of power in the Muslim world, didn’t view lesbian or gay sex as taboo for centuries. They formally ruled gay sex wasn’t a crime in 1858.

But as Christians came over from the west to colonize, they infected Islam with homophobia.

The truth is many Muslims alive today believe the prophet Muhammad supported and protected sexual and gender minorities.

But go back to the beginning, and you’ll see there is far more homosexuality in Islam than you might have ever thought before.

Ancient Muslim borrowed culture from the boy-loving Ancient Greeks:

The Islamic empires, (Ottoman, Safavid/Qajar, Mughals), shared a common culture. And it shared a lot of similarities with the Ancient Greeks.

Persianate cultures, all of them Muslim, dominated modern day India and Arab world. And it was very common for older men to have sex with younger, beardless men. These younger men were called ‘amrad’.

Gay Star News

Tags: All Rights, Environment, Fluidity, History, Hypocrisy, Irony, Laws, LGBTQ, Men In Charge, Misrepresentation, Nature, Politics, Preference, Privacy, Relationships, Religion, Representation, Self-hatred, Sex, World, Youth

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09-Jul-2019


The Little Mermaid was originally a ‘love letter’ to the author’s male crush 

 

As you know, Disney’s 1985 animated film The Little Mermaid is being made into a live-action movie. And while some white fans are upset that the titular heroine will be played by black R&B singer Halle Bailey, many others overlook the story’s interesting gay origins.

When Danish author Hans Christian Andersen wrote “The Little Mermaid” as a short fairy tale in 1837, he did so as a way to illustrate his failed attempt to woo a heterosexual man named Edvard Collin. Many biographers say that Andersen, who was attracted to both men and women, long pined for Collin even though Collin was of a higher class and disapproved of Andersen’s romantic overtures towards him and possibly one of his sisters.

LGBTQ Nation

Tags: Bi, Celebrity, Entertainment, Film, Film Trivia, History, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Relationships, Representation, Writing

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08-Jul-2019


The Right-Wing Is Weaponizing Gender Panic 

 

The Trump Administration’s leaked gender memo, the recent transgender military ban, and the expansion of the global gag rule aren’t coincidences. They are part of a well-coordinated, funded global movement designed to control our communities by restricting the rights and bodily autonomy of women, LGBTQI communities, and people of color — eerily reminiscent of Reagan era oppressive tactics.

For LGBTQI communities, this kind of backlash is not new. At the height of the AIDS epidemic, the Reagan administration demonized our communities, as did right-wing forces around the world, spreading the false notion of the "gay plague" and blaming men who have sex with men for the transmission of the HIV virus. LGBT people were denied equal access to healthcare, faced intense violence, were stigmatized, stripped of basic rights, and often forced into the shadows. But we fought back.

Today, we know the far-right are sewing those same seeds of paranoia, creating gender panic with the use of an intentionally ambiguous organizing framework termed "gender ideology"by some and "anti-gender ideology" by others. Originating in the 1990s, gender ideology is a construct that depicts efforts to expand rights for women, LGBTQI people, and people of color, as radical, dangerous, and elitist, arguing that we are a threat to traditional family values.

Advocate

Tags: Activism, All Rights, Awareness, Environment, Exclusivity, Fighter of LGBTIQ Rights, Fighting Back, Free Speech, Girl Power, Hate, History, Homophobia, Hypocrisy, Inciting Future Hate, Insensitivity, Judgement, Leaders, LGBTQ, Magic Splatter, New World Order, Politics, Preservation, Protection, Respect, Sex Identity, Supremacy, Treatment, Woman's Rights

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24-Jun-2019


 

Tags: Art, Dance, Entertainment, Gif, History, Sports

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23-Jun-2019


From gay Nazis to “we’re here, we’re queer”: A century of arguing about gay pride 

 

This month, hundreds of thousands of people around the world will join gay pride marches in cities big and small. In many cities, pride marches are controversial. In some—like Moscow—they are even banned. But for many people in North America, parts of Europe, Latin America, and elsewhere, attending the local pride march has become an unremarkable ritual of summer.

There are still good reasons to march. Few countries around the world have robust protections for gay and transgender rights. And pride marches, the LGBTQ political rallies that take the form of exuberant, outrageous parades, often meet hostile counterdemonstrators.

Quartz

Integration or revolution? LGBTQ activists split over what Pride is all about

Tags: Activism, All Rights, Celebration, Environment, Equality, Fighter of LGBTIQ Rights, History, Politics, Pride, World

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20-Jun-2019


The stories of penis gods and the people who worship them 

 

Sexual organs are very important to the human race. They bring life, they bring pleasure, they can be symbols of our oppression and liberation.

These pieces of our anatomy occupy so much of our thoughts and feelings that we begin to warp the world around us. Just look at London’s Gherkin or China’s Guangxi New Media Center.

The penis is inescapable.

This has been true throughout time, so it’s completely unsurprising that humans worshiped deities dedicated to the phallus. But these penis gods are not crude symbols from a bygone era; their plethora of stories look deep into our obsession about dick.

Gay Star News

Tags: Anatomy, Dedication, Environment, History, Spiritual, Worship

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14-Jun-2019


Read Allen Ginsberg’s Annotations About the Early Years of the Gay Pride Parade 

 

When the 1969 Stonewall Riots erupted in the Greenwich Village, Allen Ginsberg was elsewhere. But the legendary queer poet of the Beat Generation made his way downtown one day after the initial brawl that ricocheted from Christopher Street and across the country. Surveying the damage, Ginsberg recognized how Stonewall would change gay life by rendering undeniably visible the LGBTQ people of America. Discussing the riots, he is believed to have said, “You know, the guys there were so beautiful — they’ve lost that wounded look the [gay men] all had ten years ago.”

In 1984, Ginsberg took another chance to discuss the significance of the police raid. Speaking in the documentary Before Stonewall, his remarks were reflective and encompassing:

All of a sudden at the height of the anti-war movement, at the height of the black liberation movement, after the triumph of liberation of the word [the end of print censorship], all of a sudden the cops were in there again trying to bust some guys right in the center of Sheridan Square, the most bohemian traditional place in Greenwich Village!

Hyperallergic

Gay Rights

Tags: Activism, Celebration, Celebrity, Fighter of LGBTIQ Rights, History, LGBTQ, Politics, Protest, Self Defense, Supremacy

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13-Jun-2019




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