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Charles Barkley: I’m Never Going To Let Anti-LGBTQ Discrimination Happen On My Watch 

 

Charles Barkley reflected on his passion for LGBTQ advocacy this week, vowing never “to sit back and let discrimination happen on my watch.”

Appearing on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” Wednesday, the basketball legend recalled the time he convinced the NBA to move its 2017 All-Star Game out of Charlotte in response to North Carolina’s passage of House Bill 2.

“I think anytime you’re Black, you’ve got to stand up for other people,” he said. “Black people know what discrimination is like. If you’re in a position of power, you’ve got to always stand up against discrimination. I’ve been blessed.”

Huffpost

Tags: Cool Daddy Squish, Environment, Fighter of LGBTIQ Rights, Interview, LGBTQ, Race, Representation, Sports, Support

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13-Feb-2020


Jim Carrey slammed for saying female reporter was only thing left to do on his ‘bucket list’ 

 

Jim Carrey was slammed on Twitter Wednesday for telling a woman journalist in an interview that she was the only thing left for him to do on his “bucket list.”

Carrey, 58, was being interviewed about his role in “Sonic the Hedgehog” by Charlotte Long of Heat Magazine when the journalist asked Carrey about his career.

“In the film, Sonic has a bucket list. I was wondering, after all you’ve done in your career and in your life, is there anything still left on your bucket list?” asked Long, who posted the interview on Twitter.

“Just you,” Carrey responds, as Long laughs and covers her mouth. “That’s it, it’s all done now.”

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Tags: All Rights, Backlash, Daddy Squish, Entertainment, Flirt, Free Speech, Interview, Nature, Overreaction

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13-Feb-2020


Socialism Will Not Cure LGBTQ Oppression 

 

...a lot of LGBTQ people lately have taken to the media to say that socialism is the answer to LGBTQ oppression and all I can say to that is, “Bullshit.” Every last bit of history proves otherwise. Now, I’m not arguing that socialism/communism is anti-LGBTQ, but it hasn’t been the best system for LGBTQ people in all cases. Yet, neither has capitalism. In fact, the social progress of LGBTQ rights in different countries under different systems has been so haphazard that it’s impossible to argue who has been better for LGBTQ rights. The only logical conclusion, and I know this may sound crazy to a lot of folks, is that somehow, and this is crazy, systems of economics and government don’t actually have a lot to do with social values. In fact, and I may be going out on a limb here but I’m feeling crazy, it seems that governments and economic systems reflect what society values. Woah, mindblowing ain’t it?

Advocate

Tags: Activism, All Rights, Environment, Equality, Hate, History, Homophobia, Interview, Leaders, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Politics, Privilege, Psychology, Racism, Study, Treatment, World

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17-Jan-2020


Minnesota Senate Leader: Sexual Assault, Bad Parenting Make People Gay 

 

Minnesota Senate Majority Leader Paul Gazelka defended conversion therapy and claimed that sexual assault can cause homosexuality, all in a wide-ranging interview with televangelist Andrew Wommack.

The senator, a Republican, recalled hearing the story of “a lady that was lesbian, and [a counselor] said before you judge her, let me just tell you her backstory. … He said she was chained to a toilet as a like 2-, 3-, 4-, 5-year-old girl and raped by her dad, for years and years. How do you think she’s gonna feel? In other words, he’s trying to get you to realize that there’s a deeper backstory, and if you understand that, you can love them while you’re … bringing truth and trying to help them.”

He also contended that lack of closeness to a parent of the same sex can cause a person to be gay. In a conversation with a gay man, Gazelka said he asked if the man was raised by a mother and father or just by his mother; it turned out the man was brought up by his mother and grandmother. “We actually had a conversation that we could talk about the issues around the why and the what,” the senator said.

“I think the best place to land is let the church have the total freedom to do as they please, and then for professional counselors, if an adolescent comes into their office, says I have unwanted same-sex attraction, I’m hoping that counselor can say ‘How can I help you?’” Gazelka told Wommack.

Advocate

Bali villas targeted by authorities for “catering” to the LGBTQ community

Republicans declare war on transgender people in state legislatures all over the US

Tags: Conversion Therapy, Crime, Finance, Interview, Laws, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Mental Health, New World Order, Opinion, Parental Crime, Punishment, Religion, Sex, Sex Identity, Threat, Trans, Travel, Treatment, World

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16-Jan-2020


WATCH: 'Trans-surgery ruined my life': Trans woman transitions back to man 

 

On Tuesday's episode of Slightly Offens*ve, Elijah Schaffer, sat down with Abel Garcia, a transgender woman who regrets transitioning medically from a man to a woman at age 18.

After hormone and surgical procedures, Abel realized the lie he says was pushed on him as a young person -- too young, in fact, to even buy alcohol or cigarettes. But when he decided it was time to go back to being a man, he found out it's not as simple as it sounds.

The Blaze

Tags: Environment, Interview, LGBTQ, Portrait, Psychology, Regret, Safety, Sex Identity, Social Media, Trans, Video, Video Gay Swatch

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15-Jan-2020


 

Old Gays/Gus Kentworthy

Tags: Actor, Celebrity, Daddy Squish, Gay, Hot Swatch, Interview, Mat, Sweet, Video, Video Gay Swatch

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22-Dec-2019


Joel Schumacher estimates he’s had up to 20,000 sexual partners 

 

Turns out Joel Schumacher‘s box-office figures aren’t the only sky-high record he’s got.

The 79-year-old director of smashes like “St. Elmo’s Fire,” “Batman Forever” and “The Lost Boys” recently gave a wide-ranging interview to Vulture in which he detailed some of the more fabled elements of his past, including his drug use and promiscuity.

“Have you ever guessed the number of partners you’ve had?” interviewer Andrew Goldman asked him, to which Schumacher responded, “It would be in the double-digit thousands, but that is not unusual.”

“Double-digit thousands.

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Tags: Celebrity, Entertainment, Environment, Film, Gay, Hollywood, Interview, Portrait, Representation, Seniors, Sex

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29-Aug-2019


Olivia Newton-John doesn't want to know how long she has to live 

 

As she battles cancer for the third time, Olivia Newton-John is not focusing on how much time she may have left.

The 70-year-old singer and actress sat down with "60 Minutes Australia" to talk about living with stage 4 breast cancer.

"When you're given a cancer diagnosis or a scary honest diagnosis, you're suddenly given a possibility of a time limit," she said.

"If somebody tells you, you have six months to live, very possibly you will because you believe that," Newton-John continued. "So for me, psychologically, it's better not to have any idea of what they expect or what the last person that has what you have lived, so I don't, I don't tune in."

CNN

Tags: Be Well, Celebrity, Disease, Health, Interview, Music, Respect, Survival, Treatment

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06-Aug-2019


Mario Lopez apologizes for 'ignorant' comments about parenting and gender identity 

 

TV personality Mario Lopez has apologized for comments made during a recent podcast appearance in which he said it was "dangerous" for parents to allow their children to pick their gender identities at young ages.

"The comments I made were ignorant and insensitive, and I now have a deeper understanding of how hurtful they were," Lopez said in a statement to CNN. "I have been and always will be an ardent supporter of the LGBTQ community, and I am going to use this opportunity to better educate myself. Moving forward I will be more informed and thoughtful."

The former "Saved By the Bell" star made the remarks last month on a podcast hosted by conservative personality Candace Owens.

In the discussion, Owens brings up what she calls one of the "weird trends" of Hollywood parents allowing their children to pick their gender identity.

CNN

We need to stop telling people how to feel. We all have a right to an opinion and forcing ridiculous notions down sober people's throats isn't going to fix your children. We are supposed to guide our children into making the best decision not agree with it because it makes parenting easier. Geez, maybe he feels like a girl because Uncle Harry has been secretly diddling him. I wanted to be many things. Zero is the total that bled into my life. The more society makes people apologize for an opinion the more they will hurt us. This is all going to look ridiculous in the future when it blows in our faces. 31-Jul-2019

Tags: All Rights, Apology, Bullying, Celebrity, Environment, Exclusivity, Fight a Real Enemy, Free Speech, Interview, LGBTQ, Misrepresentation, Parental Crime, Politics, Preference, Ridiculous, Self Interest, Supremacy, Treatment, Weird, Wrong

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31-Jul-2019


So, You Wanna Know About Fisting 

 

Taking a fist can seem daunting, but according to enthusiasts, it’s one of the most intimate and powerful sexual acts you can experience. Porn actors and vers fisting couple HungerFF and FFurryStud are beloved for their incediary JustFor.Fans videos, so we asked them some of our most pressing questions about going shoulder deep.

What are the most important steps in fisting preparation?

According to HungerFF, diet is a major factor in being fist-ready. “You want to make sure that what you ate the day before (or the day of) is something that is going to pass through your system clean and easy.” For Hunger, that means avoiding foods that look the same going out as they do going in: corn, black olives, whole blueberries. He also chases every meal with a glass of Metamucil, which helps keep everything smooth on the way out. Hunger prefers to clean out in the shower rather than the toilet, which he acknowledges isn’t for everyone. “I generally use lukewarm water and rinse and repeat over and over until the water runs clean. For me that process might be a little more involved because my hole is so deep, but it’s basically the same as for getting fucked.” When it comes to play, lube is king — you can literally never use too much. Hunger also advises tops to keep their nails filed to avoid scratches or injury. And, he advises, the most important part of fisting is patience. “Remember: it’s not a race, we’re all just here to enjoy our bodies and have fun.”

Out

Tags: Fantasy, Fisting, Gay, Instructional, Interview, Porn, Sex

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28-Jul-2019


Odell Beckham Jr. not bothered by people speculating he is gay 

 

GQ: There was a period of time when a lot of gossip sites — specifically black gossip sites — would constantly say that you were closeted. They’d call you “excited” in a hot-tub photo with your teammates or simply just say you’re gay. How’d that make you feel?

Beckham: I’ve never had an opportunity to talk about this. Honestly wasn’t offended. I’ve never once had no problem with anybody who has their own personal life that they live. I have friends who are gay. It was almost more funny to me. I almost messed with them even more. It’s like when someone gives me an ultimatum, I’m usually always going to go to the opposite way of what you want me to go. So when they would say that, I would almost mess with them even more. I have no problem with anyone’s sexual orientation.

Outsports

Tags: All Rights, Celebrity, Entertainment, Hot Swatch, Interview, Men In Charge, Representation, Respect, Sports, Stepping Up, Support

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23-Jul-2019


NBA star Dwight Howard denies gay rumor 

 

US professional basketball player Dwight Howard denied rumors he’s gay.

The proclamation comes about after a man named Masin Elije claimed the two had a sexual relationship. Eljie also alleged Dwight offered him ‘hush money’ when things ended.

‘I’m not gay,’ Howard told Kristine Leahy from FS1’s Fair Game. ‘There’s people who have different problems in life and they have to hide. They have to put on the mask every day, and it’s like, I don’t wanna wear no mask, I just wanna be.’

Gay Star News

Tags: All Rights, Alleged, Celebrity, Coming Out, Denial, Gay, Interview, Sports

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19-Jul-2019


Straight Men Recall the First Time They Were Attracted to a Trans Woman 

 

Tons of men are into trans girls, they just don't admit it.

This secrecy means that many men who are attracted to trans women end up living a lie. And in the worst cases, that lie boils over into anger and violence towards trans women for putting their masculinity on the line. But there are cis, straight men who are working to break this silence. I spoke to four of them—across generations—about how they grapple with the taboo around loving trans women.

Chris, 57, is a white businessman and a male escort on the side; Troy, 55, is a Black father, grandfather, and Financial Services professional; Joel, 37, is a Black Information Systems Analyst; and Jeremy, 20, is a Black college student from New York City.

Vice

Tags: All Rights, Dating, Environment, Interview, LGBTQ, Men In Charge, Misrepresentation, Preference, Respect, Sex, Sex Identity, Trans, Treatment

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18-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


Raymond Braun on the importance of LGBTQ people knowing their history 

 

The LGBTQ activist on his incredible new documentary, State of Pride.

Earlier this year, LGBTQ activist and social media influencer Raymond Braun commemorated the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising with an educational and eye-opening documentary about the importance of Pride Month.

Teaming up with Oscar-winning director Rob Epstein (The Times of Harvey Milk) and Jeffrey Friedman (End Game), the one-hour long documentary follows Raymond as he travels to three diverse communities – Salt Lake City, San Francisco, and Tuscaloosa, Alabama – and speaks to various members of the queer community about the month-long celebration.

We recently caught up with Raymond and discussed the lack of education surrounding our history, his personal queeroes and the importance of making sure Pride is a protest, as well as a celebration.

Gay Times

Tags: Activism, Celebration, Documentary, Fighter of LGBTIQ Rights, Film, Interview, LGBTQ, Representation

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07-Jul-2019




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