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Michael Alig, Infamous ‘Club Kid Killer,’ Dead at 54 

 

Michael Alig — the infamous nightlife legend, “King of the Club Kids,” and convicted murderer — has died by apparent overdose in his Upper Manhattan home on Christmas Day, the New York Daily News reports from official sources. He was 54.

According to reports, Alig was doing heroin shortly before he lost consciousness around 3 a.m., his boyfriend told police, and medics found him dead at the scene.

Michael Alig, Infamous ‘Club Kid Killer,’ Dead at 54

Tags: Addiction, Celebrity, Choices, Crime, Cultural, Death, Drugs, Gay, History, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Mental Health, Overdose, Relationships

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25-Dec-2020


Are Millennials Actually Finding Love On Dating Apps? 
 

According to some researching, as many as 83% of millennials would prefer to meet the loves of their life IRL, not on a dating app. It makes sense: There's nothing quite like an organic spark with someone you meet out in the wild.

Despite the success of dating apps, they do have their limitations. Much like social media, dating apps can create a false sense of comparison between you and the people you're swiping on. In fact, according to one study, people who haven't used dating apps at all tend to view themselves more positively than those who have. Additionally, millennials are more likely to actually feel addicted to dating apps, which could lead to dating burnout — and subsequently, far less of a chance of finding love.

Are Millennials Actually Finding Love On Dating Apps?

Tags: Addiction, Aging, App, Dating, Fail, Sex, Youth

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09-Nov-2020


Why Lucille Ball’s Daughter Tells Aspiring Actors To Find a Different Profession–’Make Sure You Get a Porno Tape Out There’ 

 

Show business has changed quite a but since I Love Lucy was on the air. Lucille Ball and her daughter, Lucie Arnaz, experienced two very different versions of Hollywood. And as Arnaz reflects on the industry today, she doesn’t like what she sees. That’s why she tells aspiring actors to “change your mind” when they ask her for advice on breaking into show business.

When Arnaz was interviewed by the Television Academy Foundation in 2016, she was asked what advice she had for aspiring actresses. First, she says she’d try to convince them to find a different career.

“I think this business has changed so dramatically. I would not recommend anybody going into it. There are half as many parts as there were when we were growing up,” she said.

Arnaz notes that the rise of reality TV has to do with there being fewer parts for actors.

“There’s all kinds of reality TV now because that’s cheaper for everybody to do. There doesn’t seem to be a difference between a reality star and a star star. So why work so hard? Make sure you get a p*rno tape out there right away. That’ll help,” she said sarcastically. “I mean, as you can see, I’m a little, just–I’m baffled by the business at present.”

Why Lucille Ball’s Daughter Tells Aspiring Actors To Find a Different Profession

Tags: Abuse, Actor, Addiction, Advice, Career, Celebrity, Change, Employment, Entertainment, Environment, History, Hollywood, Humiliation, Misconduct, Misrepresentation, Politics, Safety, Security, Truth

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10-Oct-2020


Dax Shepard reveals he relapsed after 16 years of sobriety 

 

After 16 years of being sober, actor and comedian Dax Shepard revealed he has been battling an opioid addiction.

The revelation came Friday during the latest episode of his popular podcast "Armchair Expert."

"An episode I hoped I'd never have to record, but one I felt I owed to all the beautiful Armcheries who have been on this ride with me for the last couple years," Shepard said in an Instagram post announcing the episode.

In the episode, Shepard -- known for his roles on "Parenthood" -- detailed the bumps of his journey, most recently dealing with an addiction to Vicodin, the opioid painkiller. For the last eight weeks, he said, he had been "on them all day," after taking them originally for injuries.

Dax Shepard reveals he relapsed after 16 years of sobriety

Tags: Addiction, Alcohol, Drugs, Fail, Medical, Psychology, Relationships, Sobriety, Threat

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25-Sep-2020


LGBT+ people are 46% more likely to smoke and new research explains why 

 

‘This report suggests that many LGBT+ people start smoking in similar circumstances to the general population. But it highlights that smokers in the LGBT+ community have many more triggers to sustain smoking than there are triggers to stop.

‘The reasons for this are complex. But considering that members of the LGBT+ community are more prone to stress, anxiety and generally poorer mental health and depression, self-medication using nicotine or other substances is commonplace and unsurprising.’

The researchers examined whether being LGBT+ makes people more likely to smoke. They found there wasn’t evidence for that. But LGBT+ people’s gender or sexual identity does make them more likely to keep smoking.

And the report argues there is a ‘culture of acceptance’ of smoking. Furthermore, it says that smoking gives a ‘sense of belonging’ to some in the LGBT+ community.

GSN

Tags: Addiction, Gay, Health, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Mental Health, Nature, Politics, Psychology, Sex, Vice, World

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10-Mar-2020


Gay 'chemsex' culture in Hollywood almost killed me. This is how I survived. 

 

Grindr is like Postmates for chemsex: Open the app, order what you want and it's delivered to your door. Or you can go and pick it up. It's that convenient — simply put a cloud or diamond emoji on your app, signaling that you're looking for crystal and someone to do it with. You don't have to track down a drug dealer and figure out what and how much. It's a one-stop shop.

Drug-driven sex relieved me of my shame over being gay and my fears that I wasn't worthy of being an actor. The chemsex cocktail gave me the illusion that I fit in, that I was powerful and seductive and that I belonged. But I was only fooling myself. They were like a costume I wore to camouflage my true self.

I'm fortunate to have found in Los Angeles a strong recovery fellowship, but many other LGBTQ addicts continue to struggle. The gay community continues its fight to be seen as equals in broader culture, but the fight is made more difficult when we ourselves haven't fully healed from whatever personal attacks or trauma we're holding on to related to our sexual identity.

NBC News

Tags: Abuse, Addiction, App, Drugs, Environment, Gay, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Men Not In Charge, Portrait, Safety, Sex, Treatment, Victims

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29-Feb-2020


Former gay porn star claims his father tried to make him have sex with his adult girlfriend at the age of 12 before having a drug-fuelled meltdown in shocking BBC4 documentary 

 

A former gay porn star has told of how he was forced to try to have sex with his father's girlfriend at the age of 12, and was taunted by his father with homophobic insults when he failed.

Israeli Jonathan Agassi, whose real name is Yonatan Langer, burst on to the adult film scene in the late 2000s at the age of 23, after starring in 2009 landmark gay pornographic film 'Men of Israel'.

Filmmaker Tomer Heymann documented the life of the adult star for seven-years, detailing Agassi’s journey from prolific adult superstar to male escort, battling many demons, including drug addiction.

Daily Mail

Tags: $, Addiction, Bullying, Drugs, Employment, Entertainment, Film, Gay, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Parental Crime, Porn, Portrait, Sex, World

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25-Feb-2020