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Wil Wheaton: As a child, none of the adults in my life listened 

 

Wil Wheaton got candid about what life was like as growing up as a child actor on Friday.

Wheaton, 46, posted a photo of a vintage spread from a late-1980s teen magazine, in which he shared a series of fun facts with fans. However, the caption alongside the picture revealed the hurt he was experiencing at that point in his life.

“This weird kid was so self-conscious about these things, didn’t want to do them, felt awkward and embarrassed by the attention and did it anyway because none of the adults in his life ever listened to him,” the “Star Trek: Next Generation” actor wrote.

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Tags: Amen, Celebrity, Children, Entertainment, Environment, Parents Don't Always Rule, Portrait, Survival

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21-Jul-2019


Denny’s Manager Tried to Kick Out Black Women for Complaining About Racial Slurs 

 

Three black Michigan women who were harassed at a Denny’s by four white bikers have alleged that the manager at the diner tried to make them leave when they complained about the bikers’ use of racial slurs, the Lansing State Journal reported Thursday. According to the newspaper, the manager, who later called law enforcement on the women when they wouldn’t leave, defended the bikers’ use of slurs as protected free speech.

The incident occurred back in October but received little attention at the time. The women, Sasha Collins, 27, Jennifer McEwen, 25, and LaMaya McGuire, 22, say they had arrived at the Denny’s in Delta Township around 4 a.m. after a night out celebrating Collins’ birthday. The women say they had not been drinking and that they were quietly waiting on their food when the four bikers arrived.

According to the Journal, which noted that security footage backed up much of the women’s account, the harassment began when one man in a Blue Angels motorcycle club jacket began loudly using racial slurs to talk about the women. He told a waitress to “serve them [racial slur] some T-bones.” The waitress ignored the slur.

Slate

Jameela Jamil’s Comments On Racial Trauma Show That Bullying Can Have A Serious Impact

Tags: Awareness, Backlash, Bullying, Celebrity, Employment, Environment, Hate, Hostility, Investigation, Portrait, Privilege, Racism, Restaurant, Safety, Termination, Treatment, Violence, Woman's Rights

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12-Jul-2019


Gay ex-college football player Brandon Davis to appear on MTV dating show 

 

Outsports readers tuning in for Wednesday night’s premiere of MTV’s “Are You The One?” might notice a familiar face.

Former Louisiana Tech running back and Montana State rugby player Brandon Davis will appear on the MTV dating show, premiering June 26 at 9 p.m. EDT.

Davis shared his coming out story with Outsports in 2016 and has continued to live his life authentically.

Outsports

Gay college wrestler Justice Horn wants to be Missouri’s governor one day

Gay wrestler Anthony Bowens crowned inaugural Battle Club Pro Franchise champion

GoFundMe Shuts Down Fundraiser for Homophobic Rugby Player

Gay Rams cheerleader Quinton Peron is proud to be a trailblazer

Tags: ?, Abuse, Activism, Backlash, Bi, Celebration, Celebrity, Employment, Entertainment, Gay, Homophobia, Hot Swatch, Inclusion, Interview, LGBTQ, Politics, Portrait, Representation, Social Media, Sports, Termination, TV Gay Swatch, World

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26-Jun-2019


You don’t have to march at Pride to show your pride 

 

I remember being squashed between a mass of people on one side and the glass window of a sushi restaurant on the other.

I remember grabbing a handful of rainbow flags and raising them above my head.

Then, I remember hearing the names of the fallen recited and repeated by a mournful crowd. I remember the London vigil for the Pulse shooting as if it was yesterday.

The events of that weekend shook me to the core and pushed me to make a commitment I’d been putting off for a while. I pledged to become a queer activist.

Gay Star News

Tags: Activism, Celebration, Employment, Environment, Fighter of LGBTIQ Rights, Leaders, Politics, Portrait, Preservation, Unity, World

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22-Jun-2019


Jim Parsons explains how his husband encouraged him to come out (& why he hated Pride parades) 

 

“No offense to the lovely men I dated before Todd, but somewhere deep inside, I immediately knew that there was no choice left but to deal with this [by coming out to my family], because to not let them in on this person I had met was to officially start putting up these lifelong barriers.”

Queerty

Tags: Actor, Celebrity, Coming Out, Environment, Interview, Portrait, Pride, Relationships, Representation

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20-Jun-2019


When my ex fell in love again, I stalked his new relationship online for a year 

 

I remember feeling weightless leaving the apartment of my ex, knowing it would be the last time.

I remember texting a friend asking if I could come over to talk. Calling my dad to wish him a belated happy birthday, and being so in shock about the breakup that I pretended I was OK.

After almost two years of fighting for the love of my life, I couldn’t fathom him being gone.

I blocked my ex at first, along with most of his friends and family. I even mustered the strength to throw out our mementos. Delete texts, pictures. But a couple weeks later, he popped up in his roommate’s Snapchat story.

It was Ricardo’s birthday party (fake name), a friend who my ex’s roommate introduced us to at Pride the month before. My ex, Ricardo, and I had hung out as a group and had a great time. But this Snapchat of them leaning their heads together with carefree smiles caught me off-guard. I reassured myself it was nothing, just friends taking a drunken picture.

Gay Star News

Bisexual actor Tyler Blackburn reveals he's dating an 'amazing' guy

Tags: Bi, Celebration, Celebrity, Dating, Divorce, Gay, Portrait, Privacy, Relationships, Sex, Social Media, Treatment

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12-Jun-2019


Support for trans people is growing in spite of Trump’s nonstop assault on civil rights 

 

A poll released by the Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI) last month points to growing acceptance of transgender people, in spite of attacks by the Trump administration aimed at trans rights.

More than six in ten (62%) of Americans surveyed say they’ve become more supportive of transgender rights over the last five years, with only 25% saying they’ve become more opposed to transgender rights over the same time period.

“Increase in support for transgender rights tracks fairly closely with the large increase in support for gay, lesbian and bisexual Americans,” said Robert P. Jones, the head of PRRI, told TIME Magazine.

LGBTQ Nation

Tags: All Rights, Environment, Portrait, Study, Treatment

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12-Jun-2019


Madonna Criticizes 'New York Times' Profile: 'It Makes Me Feel Raped' 

 

"Madonna at Sixty," a New York Times feature published Wednesday, has been met with some detailed words of disapproval from its subject, who characterized the piece in a subsequent Instagram note as "further proof that the venerable [Times] is one of the founding fathers of the patriarchy."

The Madame X creator preceded the criticism of the publication and society at large with some words of support for artist/photographer/friend JR, who based the accompanying NYT Magazine cover on a classic Steven Meisel portrait.

"The journalist who wrote this article spent days and hours and months with me and was invited into a world which many people [don't] get to see, but chose to focus on trivial and superficial matters such as the ethnicity of my stand-in or the fabric of my curtains and never-ending comments about my age which would never have been mentioned had I been a MAN!" Madonna said Thursday. "Women have a really hard time being the champions of other women even if they are posing as intellectual feminists."

Complex

Tags: Ageism, Celebrity, Concern, Entertainment, Environment, Feminism, Insensitivity, Interview, Journalism, Misrepresentation, Music, Portrait, Woman's Rights

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06-Jun-2019


I'm a Trans Guy, and These Are the Questions People Always Ask Me 

 

When I first came out as a transgender man, my friends and family had a lot of questions. They were mostly genuinely curious, but admittedly ignorant — and unsure how to pose questions without coming across as transphobic or violating my privacy. Here, I've answered some of the most common questions I've received, in the hopes of shining some light on what it's like to be transgender. I also hope my guidance on questions that most trans people are happy to answer — and some that may be problematic — can do a bit of a public service.

Popsugar

Tags: Awareness, Education, Environment, Portrait, Respect, Transgender

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03-Jun-2019


Keanu Reeves Admits He's a Lonely Guy 

 

At some point during the discussion, Reeves was—for reasons not entirely clear—asked to define what the innocuous word "love" means to him. He defiantly refused to answer, choosing instead to leap through the nearest window, landing injury-free on a motorcycle and cruising off into the sunset blasting METZ.

Complex

Tags: Actor, Celebrity, Daddy Squish, Entertainment, Film, Interview, Lifestyle, Portrait, Solitude

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30-May-2019


Elton John reveals he was a virgin until aged 23 when he and his lover-turned-manager John Reid 'tore their clothes off and had joyous sex' 

 

lton John has confessed he didn't have 'joyous' sex until he was 23 and 'tore his clothes off' with his lover-turned-manager John Reid.

The musical icon, 72, revealed he was a 'virgin' and 'desperate to have a tactile relationship' when the pair gave into their impulses in San Francisco.

He said: 'I was a virgin until then. I was desperate to be loved and desperate to have a tactile relationship.

Daily Mail

Tags: Celebrity, Entertainment, Film, Gay, Gaycon, Lifestyle, Music, Portrait, Representation, Sex

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23-May-2019


Leaked Records Reveal Tony Robbins Berated Abuse Victims, And Former Followers Accuse Him Of Sexual Advances 
 

When Tony Robbins leaps onstage in arenas around the world, under strobe lights and pulsing speakers, he’s greeted by thousands of screaming fans. They clap with him, jump with him, and when he puffs his chest and lets out a primal roar, they roar with him too.

The world’s most famous self-help guru whips crowds into fits of euphoria few pop stars could dream of, but many of his fans are grappling with life’s most serious problems. Victims of sexual and physical abuse, along with people who struggle with addiction and have mental illnesses, pay thousands of dollars to see him on the promise he has the power to “transform your life” and “rewire your brain.”

At the core of Robbins’ teachings is the message that his followers should not see themselves as victims, and should instead view their pain as something they have the power to “destroy.” He claims to have revolutionized millions of lives with this philosophy, while building a multibillion-dollar business and working with celebrities from Donald Trump and Bill Clinton to Oprah and the Kardashians. Access to his most exclusive membership program has cost as much as $85,000 a year.

But behind that dazzling veneer, Robbins guards his empire with intense secrecy. Employees are bound by strict confidentiality agreements, and audiences who attend his multiday coaching camps must sign contracts forbidding them from recording what goes on inside.

Buzzfeed News

Tony Robbins Was Filmed Using Racial Slurs

Four More Women Have Accused Tony Robbins Of Sexual Misconduct

Tags: Abuse, Alleged, Books, Celebrity, Employment, Environment, Harassment, Humiliation, Insensitivity, Investigation, Portrait, Racism, Self-Help, Sex, Threat, Video

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23-May-2019


Gay pop star from Singapore, where gay sex is illegal, shares coming out story 

 

How old were you when you realized you were gay?

At 13! I’ve been a singer for seven years being in the closet. When I hit 30, I told myself I can’t live my life being someone else anymore. It was just taking away all the joy from me when I was with my friends because I was just busy thinking about hiding my sexuality. All the time.

I couldn’t write another word for a song. I couldn’t sing without feeling like I was being truthful. It’s just painful that my life was basically a lie. And I didn’t want to be lying all the time. It was tiring and tearing me down.

I love my friends and family a lot. And I knew if I were to live a lie, I’d never be able to share the authentic part of my life to the ones I love. So I decided that this was it, accepted who I was, what I loved and told my old self ‘bye bish!’

Gay Star News

Tags: Celebrity, Coming Out, Environment, Gay, Interview, Music, Portrait, Support, World

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17-May-2019


Kicked out, spat on and abused, new UK shelter helps LGBT+ homeless 

 

LONDON, May 15 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Apart from being spat on and urinated on when he slept rough in London for over a year, 52-year-old Chabahn had to contend with another daily threat: being abused and attacked for his sexuality.

Chabahn, who is gay but kept it hidden on the streets, said living with HIV was an additional burden that some mainstream shelters did not have the capacity to support him with.

"When it comes to being LGBT, the amount of discrimination on the street is rather high. There is no safety, you have to fend for yourself," said Chabahn, who declined to give his full name.

"You have to become a very good actor and you have to be someone that you are not."

Thomson Reuters

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Sexual abuse survivors sue the Vatican over predatory U.S. priests

Catholic school music director sought sex with undercover cop posing as teen: affidavit

The Latest: Bishop says church was not trying to hide files

Tags: All Rights, Arrest, Awareness, Book, Children, Counter, Court, Education, Employment, Environment, Fear, Finance, Hate, Health, Homeless, Homophobia, Interview, LGBTQ, Parental Burden, Portrait, Preservation, Protection, Punishment, Religion, Safety, Sex, Stepping Up, Support, Survival, Threat, Video, Violence, World, Youth

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16-May-2019


Howard Stern says Robin Williams interview was ‘possibly my biggest regret’ 

 

If you have the chance to listen to one of Howard Stern’s old interviews, don’t, the radio icon advises. If you have one of his previous best-selling memoirs, “Private Parts” or “Miss America,” Stern advises, “Burn them.”

Famous for asking celebrities about their sex lives, Stern regrets the shock jock he was.

“I was an absolute maniac,” he recalls of his career’s first couple decades. “My narcissism was so strong that I was incapable of appreciating what somebody else might be feeling.”

He adds: “I have so many regrets about guests from that time. I asked Gilda Radner if Gene Wilder had a big penis.”

Of course, he hasn’t changed that much. His new collection of interviews and reminiscences is titled “Howard Stern Comes Again,” after all.

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Tags: Book, Celebrity, Entertainment, Illness, Interview, Portrait, Program, Radio, TV Swatch, Writing

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14-May-2019




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