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Bright Light Bright Light Says He's Tired of Feeling 'Invisible' to the Gay Community 


Even in a community outwardly campaigning for inclusion and acceptance, exclusion and judgement still exist on a personal level. Now, Bright Light Bright Light is shedding a light on his experience with that phenomenon within the LGBTQ community.

“Feeling like I belonged within the gay community I think has been a bit of a struggle," he said. "The LGBTQ+ community is such a vast umbrella; everyone is so different and trying to work out where you belong within that is hard. It kind of presumes that everybody queer gets on with each other, which they don’t, and that everyone is alike, which they’re not.”

Thomas also said that he wasn't considered "body-appropriate" to some in the community, which made him constantly feel like he was an outsider within a space built for him. “It doesn’t matter because those people don’t matter," he explained. "But I found that a huge struggle -- feeling invisible or not welcome in queer spaces -- even more heart-breaking than not being welcome in heterosexual spaces, because these spaces are there for everybody that needs them.”

Bright Light Bright Light Says He's Tired of Feeling 'Invisible' to the Gay Community

Matt Bomer Says He Lost Roles Since Coming Out as Gay

Mandalorian star accused of “mocking trans people” following controversial tweets

After Hotel Incident, Florida's Andrew Gillum Comes Out as Bisexual

Tags: Bi, Bullying, Celebrity, Community, Employment, Environment, Exclusivity, Family, Gay, Hostility, Interview, Judgment, LGBTQ, Loss, Music, Politics, Portrait, Social Media



Former Celebrity X-Factor contestant and talented rugby star Levi Davis reveals he’s bisexual 


The former Bath player becomes the first professional out bisexual rugby star.
After four years of suppressing his identity, the 22-year-old talent took to his teams WhatsApp group to deliver the news.

In an exclusive interview with the Daily Mail, Davis opened up about how hiding his sexuality was “eating away” at him, stating: “I had hidden it well but I couldn’t keep it secret any longer. I had to tell them, all of them, not just a few. I didn’t want it to turn into Chinese whispers. So on the spur of the moment, I put it on our WhatsApp group.”

After his coming out, Davis was met with instant support from his Bath teammates, with many commending his bravery.

“And then they began taking the piss in a good-natured way, which I was relieved about. If they had been too tender-hearted, I would have been worried. I’m still a rugby player, after all.” Davis says.

Former Celebrity X-Factor contestant and talented rugby star Levi Davis reveals he’s bisexual

Tags: Bi, Celebrity, Coming Out, LGBTQ, Sports



Out Atlanta City Council Member Antonio Brown Indicted for Fraud 


Antonio Brown, the only out member of the Atlanta City Council, has been indicted on federal fraud charges stemming from loan applications he made before he was elected to the council.

A federal grand jury announced the charges Wednesday. Brown is charged with wire fraud, mail fraud, bank fraud, and making false statements on a bank loan application, according to a press release from the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Georgia.

Out Atlanta City Council Member Antonio Brown Indicted for Fraud

Tags: Bank, Bi, Business, Charge, Fraud, Leaders, LGBTQ, Politics, Theft



Bisexual volleyball player and coach Brett Thompson has explained his reasons for coming out in response to a bigoted parent who questioned his suitability to teach.


Thompson was head girls volleyball coach at West Salem High School in Wisconsin, the school he himself attended. In April 2018 he came out as bisexual after years of repressing his sexuality and attempting to be straight.

“I am me and that hasn’t changed and it won’t change,” he wrote in an Instagram post. “I have been struggling with something inside me for awhile and I am finally putting myself first… I am bisexual.”

Anticipating rejection from his friends and family, Thompson then turned off his phone and tried to sleep.

The next day he was relieved to see that the vast majority of comments were positive and supportive – but not everyone was happy. When he arrived at work he was told, to his shock, that one parent had spoken against him.

Pink News

Tags: Bi, Education, Employment, Exclusivity, Homophobia, Hostility, LGBTQ, Parental Burden, Representation, Sports, Treatment



Gun killings in U.S. cities: The scourge not even a pandemic lockdown can stop 


A car pulled up to a convenience store, and four people hopped out. One had a baseball bat. What ensued was a fight over $180, one participant later said.

By the time it was over, guns were drawn, shots were exchanged, and one bullet tore into a nearby car, striking the head of five-year-old Kearria Attison.

The girl died. Before fleeing the scene, one of the people involved reportedly offered the girl's mother a quick apology.

Several people now face murder charges for the deadly shooting in Jacksonville, Fla., on April 6, which police say involved individuals with violent pasts.

"Too bad these criminals haven't taken time off during the COVID-19 outbreak," one woman posted on the police department's Facebook page.


Ohio Teenager's Dad Calls 911 and Allegedly Says, 'I Just Shot my Daughter'

A Self-Proclaimed

Man Accused of Killing Wife, Sending Odd Texts Allegedly Approached Teen Girls at Mall a Week Earlier

‘No One Is Getting Justice’: Teen Guilty Of 'Sexual, Sadistic Murder' Of Dad's Girlfriend Receives 7 Years As Victim's Family Fumes

Children subjected to ‘extreme violence and sadism’ during decades of hidden abuse in detention centres, inquiry finds

Couple are accused of drugging woman with ecstasy and raping her after she went to stay with them when she was released from jail

Tags: Arrest, Bi, Children, Crime, Cruelty, Employment, Environment, Guns/Toys, Judgment, Kidnap, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Marriage, Men In Charge, Murder, Overpopulation, Parental Crime, Parental Responsibility, Parents Don't Always Rule, Police, Prison, Rape, Safety, Self-hatred, Sex, Social Media, Theft, Threat, Thug, Violence, World, Youth



Moment brazen Brooklyn gunman shoots 39-year-old in the head in broad daylight after arguing with his son 


This is the horrifying moment a gunman opened fire in broad daylight in the middle of a New York City street, shooting his victim in the head.

Video shows the suspect walking toward his target, holding the firearm with an outstretched right arm last Saturday around 7.40pm.

The footage - captured by a surveillance camera at a nearby building in Brooklyn's Crown Heights neighborhood - shows the shooter blast several bullets.

Daily Mail

‘Loving’ Parents Of 3 Killed While Fighting Off Violent Home Invader As Their Kids Were Asleep Upstairs

Tx. Mom-of-3 Was Stabbed to Death — and Suspect Boyfriend Hijacked Bus Before Police Killed Him

Man Convicted Of Murdering, Dismembering Girlfriend’s Tinder Date Must Wait A Few Months Longer To Learn Fate

Pregnant Woman Allegedly Carjacks News Van — With Pregnant Reporter Still Inside

Man Accused of Choking Woman While She Slept Days After Trying to Break Into Her South Windsor Home

Nebraska Brothers Who Were Subject of AMBER Alert Are Found Safe, and Suspect Is in Custody

Man arrested as historic queer resort mourns ‘incredible’ staff member shot dead in one of its hotel rooms

Arrest warrant out for defiant pastor after incident with bus, protester

Tags: Auto, Bi, Children, Clergy, Crime, Domestic Violence, Etiquette, Family, Gay, Guns/Toys, Health, Injury, Invasion, Investigation, Journalism, Kidnap, Lesbian, LGBTQ, Murder, Relationships, Religion, Sex, Thug, Video, Violence, Warrant



Liam Payne issues apology for controversial “bisexual anthem” 


Liam Payne has issued a heartfelt apology to those he offended with his controversial “bisexual anthem”.

Both Ways, which was included on his debut album LP1, attracted a lot of criticism from fans over the sexualisation of bisexual women, and the feeding of the trope that bisexual people are only around for threesomes.

In the song, Liam sings: “Lovin’ the way that she’s turning you on, switching the lanes like a Bugatti Sport. Nothing but luck that she got me involved, yeah. Flipping that body, go head, I go tails. Sharing that body like it’s our last meal.”

Gay Times

Tags: Bi, Bullying, Celebrity, LGBTQ, Music, Oops, Truth



This ‘mostly straight’ guy is falling for his bisexual roommate while they’re trapped together in coronavirus lockdown 


He wrote: “Jake’s a pretty casually physically affectionate guy in general… I’m not as much that way as he is because I was kinda raised in ‘men don’t hug’ kinda household where physical affection was rarely given, if it was given at all, but I’m cool with him being like that and actually kinda appreciate it.”

The two men are currently on lockdown because of the coronavirus pandemic, and have only had each other for company.

The original poster (OP) said he has a condition which causes extreme fatigue and so he needs to take naps during the day, and used to do this on the sofa when his roommate was out.

He said: “Since quarantine, he’s obviously been here every time. He’s been very accommodating and sweet about it.

Pink News

Tags: Bi, Bros, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Psychology, Quarantine, Sex, Straitish Act



Sony is planning to make Spider-Man bisexual and give him a boyfriend 

A bisexual Spider-Man could be coming to a cinema near you if producers at Sony get their way.

Movies, games and TV site We Got This Covered say reliable sources confirm Sony is developing a live action Spider-Verse movie.

The movie will unite current Spider-Man actor Tom Holland with his predecessors, Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield.

The sources also say that Sony particularly wants to get Garfield back as they want him to portray a bisexual version of the hero. And they plan to give him a boyfriend.

Gay Star News

Tags: Bi, Comics, Entertainment, Film, Inclusion, LGBTQ, Representation, Support



Ryan Russell, NFL free agent, comes out as bisexual 


Watching his best friend die of cancer in his 20s, Russell decided he had to make a change in his life.

He announced that change Thursday, telling both ESPN and Outsports that he is bisexual.


Tags: Bi, Coming Out, Employment, Entertainment, Hot Swatch, LGBTQ, Portrait, Pride, Representation, Sports



Queer Teen Murdered Hours After Coming Out as Bisexual 


On Saturday July 13, aspiring Instagram influencer Bianca Devins came out as bisexual as part of a Q&A with her followers. The next day she was murdered.

Devins, 17, met Brandon Andrew Clark, 21, on Instagram and the two started a romantic relationship. According to police reports, after attending a concert together in New York City on July 13, the pair returned to Utica, New York and broke into an argument, which ended with Clark murdering Bevins, partially decapitating her with a knife and calling 911 to confess to the crime. When police arrived on the scene, Clark stabbed himself in the neck with the same knife he’s used to kill Bevins, laid down across her body and began taking photos of himself with her corpse.


Arrest Made in Death of D.C. Trans Woman Zoe Spears

Tags: All Rights, Arrest, Bi, Crime, Hate, Investigation, LGBTQ, Murder, Parental Burden, RIP, Safety, Social Media, Threat, Trans, Violence, Youth



He was beaten after being called anti-gay slurs. Now his picture is going viral. 


A gay man was was severely beaten by homophobic attackers, and a picture of his injuries is being shared widely on Facebook.

Ryan Williams, 22, said that he and his friends were going to a McDonalds in Preston, England, early in the morning this past Saturday when some people shouted anti-gay comments at them.

“There was a group of people nearby in the street and they started calling me and my friends gay,” he told the Mirror.

“We went over and told them it’s not okay to say things like that.”

The other group of people didn’t take kindly to being told to not be homophobic, so one of them hit Williams in the back of his head as he walked away.

LGBTQ Nation

A man cut off his gay son’s earlobe to mark him as an ‘abomination’

Queer teen murdered, partially decapitated in New York

Bullied gay teen convicted of manslaughter in Bronx school brawl

Tags: All Rights, Attack, Bi, Bullying, Court, Exclusivity, Family, Fighting Back, Gay, Hate, Homophobia, Hostility, Injury, LGBTQ, Parental Burden, Parental Crime, Parents Don't Always Rule, Politics, Protections, Safety, Self Interest, Self-hatred, Sentence, Social Media, Supremacy, Violence, World, Youth



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



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.


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



23% of young black women in the US now identify as bisexual 


According to the latest General Social Survey, 23% of black women between 18 and 34 in the US now identify as bisexual.

The scientists who conducted the study said the figure in the recent survey was three times higher than previously.

The survey, which is carried out every couple years, asks respondents about everything from race relations to drug use.

In 2008, the survey started including a question on sexual identity, according to African American news site, The Grio.

‘As sociologists who study sexuality, we’ve noticed how more and more women are reporting that they’re bisexual’, The Grio reported the scientists as saying.

Gay Star News

Tags: Bi, Celebration, Discovery, Environment, Freedom, Invasion, Preservation, Psychology, Representation, Sex, Study, Woman's Rights



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