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My Traumatizing Years With Bryan Singer 

 

Stuerman met Singer in 2009 in New York City when he was 18 years old, and entered into a sexual relationship with him shortly after; Singer was 43. Their time together ended after Stuerman was fired as Singer’s assistant in June 2013 on the film “X-Men: Days of Future Past,” which opened the following year. Stuerman believes his relationship with Singer was abusive and traumatic. He says he was further traumatized by witnessing an incident in 2012 in which Singer allegedly assaulted someone.

My Traumatizing Years With Bryan Singer

NATIONAL‘Ex-gay’ leader confesses to having gay sex in ‘multiple falls

Jealous Man Fatally Stabbed Boyfriend

Jeff Lewis contracted COVID-19 after throwing 'superspreader' Christmas party

TRAGIC REAL-LIFE STORY OF GEORGE MICHAEL

Getting old as a gay man stinks

Most LGBTQ elders feel lonely

Alan Carr splits from husband after 13 years together

Elementary School Teacher Sentenced for Molesting 20 Young Children

Kathy Griffin’s grudge against Andy Cohen is alive and well

Tags: Aging, Bio, Celebrity, Children, Contagion, Disease, Divorce, Education, Gay, History, Hollywood, Legend, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Men In Charge, Misconduct, Music, Parties, Portrait, Relationships, Seniors, Sex, Teacher, Treatment, Violence, Youth

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26-Jan-2022


Katie Couric, Recalls Feeling ‘Shaken’ After an Interview With Denzel Washington in 2004 

 

“I don’t think I said anything wrong. I don’t know what happened. I love him, I admire him so much. He’s one of my favorite actors, but I remember walking out and feeling really kind of shaken that he had kind of gone after me in a way that was completely, weirdly uncalled for.”

Katie Couric, Recalls Feeling ‘Shaken’

'Katie Couric's ex-nanny slams her, claiming the host couldn't function without her, skipped showers on weekends, wore dirty underwear

Denzel Washington turns NYT interview into Christian sermon

Tags: Bio, Book, Celebrity, Employment, History, Hostility, Interview, Journalism, Politics, Religion, Representation

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11-Dec-2021


‘When politicians leave sex alone, I’ll leave politics alone’ 

 

(It looks like a picture book – my seven-year-old picked it up and in a sing-song voice started reading, “A is for Anal…”) And yet, “There’s a strong moral code that sometimes upsets my lefty, progressive queer readers.” It’s a strange position to be in, he admits, with rightwingers complaining he’s an anarchistic hedonist who tells people anything goes, and the far queer left saying he’s a judgmental assimilationist. “When I’m in the middle trying to figure out how to make relationships work. That’s where I’m really conservative.”

‘When politicians leave sex alone, I’ll leave politics alone’

Liam Scarlett’s suicide after #MeToo sexual misconduct allegations

Child sexual abuse can happen to anyone

Sommeliers May Lose Their Titles After Sexual Misconduct

7th grader dies by suicide after classmates told him he’d go to Hell

“I do feel less physically safe as a gay man than I did 30 years ago”

Prince's Trust ambassador, 25, got his online boyfriend to sexually abuse a young boy

Cruising the Bathroom (for beginners)

Black People Account for 68% of HIV-related Arrests in Va.

Tags: Abuse, Accusation, Advice, Backlash, Bio, Children, Contagion, Crime, Dance, Disease, Fail, Family, Gay, Horny, Misconduct, No One Cares, Parental Burden, Pederasty, Politics, Priorities, Rampage, Relationships, Representation, Sad, Sex, Sexual Abuse, Suicide, Video, Video Gay Swatch, Violence, Weird, World, Youth

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11-Dec-2021


Tragedy of the 'world's most beautiful boy'... The movie classic Death In Venice made its 15-year-old star a global icon 

 

Acclaimed filmmaker Luchino Visconti scoured Europe in 1970 to find the ‘perfect beauty’ to play the lead in his upcoming film Death In Venice.

The successful candidate would have to have the ravishing looks an audience could believe would be sufficient to drive Dirk Bogarde’s character, an ailing and ageing composer, to distraction.

But Visconti wasn’t looking for a woman, he was looking for an adolescent boy. He found what he was looking for, casting a 15-year-old Swede, Björn Andrésen, to play a sailor-suited Polish boy named Tadzio.

A year later, in London, for the film’s world premiere in front of the Queen and Princess Anne, Visconti proclaimed Andrésen to be ‘the world’s most beautiful boy’, a stunning accolade echoed by some film critics who hailed his blond-locked, almost unearthly beauty as on a par with Michelangelo’s David.

Tragedy of the 'world's most beautiful boy'

Olivier Rousteing, 36, reveals he suffered horrific burns when fireplace in his Paris home EXPLODED

French bishops called on to collectively resign after paedophilia scandal

Tags: Accident, Beauty, Bio, Celebrity, Children, Clergy, Fashion, Film, Gay, History, Injury, Legend, LGBTQ, Men, Resignation, Sex, Sexual Abuse, World

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11-Oct-2021


'I think you're gay' Leonardo DiCaprio asked if he was homosexual by Miriam Margolyes 

 

“Leonardo has grown into an extremely fine actor but back then he was just a handsome boy who didn't always wash; he was quite smelly in that very male way some young men are.

“Sometimes he wore a dress. ’Leonardo, I think you're gay,' I said.

'I think you're gay'

Actress Miriam Margolyes Believes Her Coming Out Led to Mother's Death

Tags: Bio, Book, Celebrity, Coming Out, Family, History, Lesbian, LGBTQ, Perception

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10-Sep-2021


Palm Springs’ ‘Forever Marilyn’ opponents suffer legal blow 

 

Opponents of a massive Marilyn Monroe statue in downtown Palm Springs suffered a legal blow today, though the fight is far from over.

A group of residents calling themselves the "Committee to Relocate Marilyn" sued the city in March for allowing "Forever Marilyn'' to be placed downtown, alleging it violated various municipal and state codes in agreeing to close Museum Way during the statue's three-year stay, among other grievances.

Riverside County Superior Court Judge James Latting ruled in favor of a motion submitted by the city's lawyers seeking to have four of the committee's six causes of action dismissed on Thursday.

"It is the city's hope that the committee will end what remains of its lawsuit, so that we as a community can move on and focus our energy on more productive issues, such as homelessness, affordable housing, economic development and the environment."

Palm Springs’ ‘Forever Marilyn’ opponents suffer legal blow

Marilyn Monroe died ‘clutching chilling White House note from her final phone call’

Tags: $, Art Deletion, Bio, Court, Fail, Legend, Sex, Sex Identity, Sex Symbol, Waste

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24-Aug-2021


She was a young star, and he was more than twice her age. 

 

As I came to the end of my teens, I longed more than ever for love. But the idea of having sex made me nervous — and I felt I couldn't possibly live up to any man's expectations.

Since the age of 13, I'd been a Disney child star, making popular family films such as Pollyanna and The Parent Trap.

Adolescence, however, had hit me hard, sapping my confidence and rendering me paralytically shy.

Taking my clothes off was an extraordinarily awful and rather hysterical experience from start to finish.

In his mid-50s, he still had a good head of hair that flopped over his bright blue eyes.

I should have left Roy in 1970. The age difference was becoming a problem because I had so many more things I wanted to do, whereas Roy had seen and done it all before.

I had no friends and no freedom. It was the Disney years all over again.

She was a young star

Tags: Bio, Book, Celebrity, History, Hollywood, Portrait

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23-Aug-2021


Secret heartbreak behind Lucille Ball's facade of all-American girl 

 

“Lucille was a gangster’s moll and nude model who used the casting couch to claw her way to Hollywood stardom,” claims Hollywood biographer Darwin Porter, co-author of the book Lucille Ball & Desi Arnaz.

“And her seemingly perfect marriage to Desi was a sham, filled with affairs, animosity and brutal arguments.

“The world thought Lucille Ball was a zany, loving and supportive housewife, but nothing could be further from the truth.

“We were anything but Lucy and Ricky Ricardo,” he said. “They had nothing to do with us. We dreamed of success, fame and fortune. And guess what? It all led to hell.”

“She hustled ‘sugar daddies’ and stage-door Johnnies who gave her money,” says Porter. Lucy eventually won a job in the chorus line in the Ziegfeld Follies, probably by padding her bra, but was fired when skimpy costumes revealed her shortcomings.

“You’ve got no boobs and you can’t dance,” she was told.

Secret heartbreak behind Lucille Ball's facade of all-American girl

Tags: Bio, Celebrity, History, Hollywood, Lifestyle, Portrait

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20-Jun-2021


‘I Love Lucy’: Lucille Ball Said Her Mother Tied Her to a Dog Leash and Kept Her in the Backyard 

 

In her book, Love, Lucy, Ball said her childhood was “challenging.” However, the actor also says her experiences likely contributed to her success later in life.

“People with happy childhoods never overdo; they don’t strive or exert themselves,” wrote Ball. “They’re moderate, pleasant, well liked, and good citizens. Society needs them. But the tremendous drive and dedication necessary to succeed in any field—not only show business—often seems to be rooted in a disturbed childhood.”

Ball goes on to say that she wasn’t “unloved or unwanted,” but she did move a lot. She also says she endured “death and cruel circumstances,” which resulted in her being separated from loved ones.

“My young mother was five months pregnant when my father fell ill,” wrote Ball. “To keep me under control she tied me to a dog leash, which she then hitched to the clothesline in our backyard.

‘I Love Lucy’: Lucille Ball Said Her Mother

Tags: Bio, Book, Celebrity, Children, Environment, Family, History, Legend, Parenting, Struggles, Success, Women In Charge

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20-Oct-2020


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


I Lost My Virginity to a Straight Boy 

 

There’s a way to burst through the shame gay men are made to feel about homosexuality.

I was 19 when I first had full-on sex with another man. I was at college, living in dorms, and the experience—aside from the usual horrifying awkwardness and somewhat spontaneity of the occasion—was completely and utterly unremarkable aside from one thing: the guy I slept with identified as straight.

GQ

Tags: All Rights, Bio, Environment, Gay, Intimacy, Men, Portrait, Sex, Youth

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27-Sep-2018


My Mother Tried to Stab My Queer Lover With a Steak Knife 

 

My mother tried to stab Magdalena with a steak knife. There, I said it.

For years I’ve wondered if I might have imagined the moment when my mother picked up the knife she’d been using to saw through a not-quite-defrosted Entenmanns’ coffee cake and attempted to plunge it into the flesh of my good friend and occasional lover Magdalena.

Advocate

Tags: Bio, Celebrity, Chef, Environmentalist, History, Lesbian, Parental Burden, Parenting, Relationships, Women, Writing, Youth

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21-Aug-2018


Why accessibility in the queer community is still a problem 

 

I love my queer community, I really do. There is something comforting and reassuring about a community of misfits all of whom share that familiar thread of stories of shame, ostracism and harassment.

You can exchange those frustrated looks when a cisgender person loudly asks “but how do you really know you’re that gender?” You can reminisce together about all the former crushes you used to keep secret, or about your first “gay movie.” My queer community is a little reprieve away from a world that views straight and cisgender people as the default.

So it’s all the more heartbreaking when I find myself behind rows of barriers to access that community.

I’m not only queer, but I’m also disabled and neurodivergent. I walk with a crutch most days, and I experience chronic pain. And it bumps up the difficulty level for having real-life queer friendships just a little bit.

DailyXtra

Tags: All Rights, Bio, Community, Disabled, Discrimination, Environment, Exclusivity, Gay, Health, Inclusion, Insensitivity, Lifestyle, Representation, Respect, Unity

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07-Jul-2018


Being Queer in a Juvenile Detention Center: A Survivor's Story 

 

My name is Sasha. I am 24 years old and I am from the North Philly section of Philadelphia. As a kid, I didn’t have a problem openly expressing my own sexual orientation. I started liking girls at the age of 9 and started dressing like a boy at the age of 14. My home was very supportive of my self-expression and I was never treated differently because of it. I didn’t have to deal with the topic of being gay all the time. My family didn’t like that I was “this way,” but they accepted me. They never brought it up and that was enough support for me.

Advocate

Tags: All Rights, Bio, Crime, Discrimination, Lesbian, Politics, Pride, Prison, Protections, Treatment, Woman's Rights, Youth

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16-Apr-2018


How to Cope When You're Gay and Lonely

 

Loneliness doesn't discriminate. Few people are lucky enough to make it through life without feeling isolated at some point. But there are particular reasons why loneliness is prevalent among the LGBTQ community. Part of realizing you're gay, or bi, or trans, or non-binary, or anything other than cisgender and heterosexual is accepting you’re different—and somewhat separated—from the majority. Many young LGBTQ people hide their authentic selves from friends, family, and classmates before they come out, which is often an incredibly isolating experience.

This sense of isolation can be hard to shake off, and it's also easily triggered. Wherever you live in the world, however big the city, the LGBTQ community is a disparate one featuring myriad different tribes. It isn't always easy to find your niche. Hitting the clubs can be a euphoric experience, but it doesn't necessarily lead to long-term satisfaction. Madonna once sang, "I found myself in crowded rooms, feeling so alone," a sentiment many LGBTQ people can relate to. Indeed, artist Richard Dodwell has recently published an anthology book, Not Here, dedicated to documenting queer loneliness in all its forms.

GQ

What happened when I met a guy for a date instead of just a hook-up

Tags: Aging, Bio, Choices, Coming Out, Community, Environment, Exclusivity, History, Inclusion, Lifestyle, Portrait, Relationships, Support, Treatment, Unity, Youth

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10-Jan-2018




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