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  • Brooke Blurton, a contestant from The Bachelor, has recently come out as pansexual and Blake Colman from Bachelor in Paradisehas some things to say. Blurton came out in a recent episode and since then, Colman revealed that he used to date the 23-year-old until she turned “full lesbian.” He said: “Is now the right time to let you know that I was dating Brooke during the exact moment she decided to turn full lesbian? I literally have no hope with women. Just for the record, she is a dope chick and a really good human. But you guys have not felt pain and confusion until a girl leaves you for a girl.” The problem with his remarks is his lack of an understanding for...

  • With September being National Recovery Month, Instagram celeb Kyle Krieger (1.5 million followers) shared a YouTube Q&A about his own journey with alcoholism, drug use, getting sober Proudly 11 years sober, Krieger shares in frank terms how talking about his addictions literally saved his life as several of his friends he used to do drugs with are now dead. Asked about any valid associations between addiction statistics and the LGBTQ community, Krieger says the data he’s read shows LGBTQ folks can be twice as likely as heterosexuals to suffer from drug and alcohol abuse. Krieger sees the stress gay folks experience from dealing with coming/being out to family, coming/being out at work, discrimination in the workplace and more as a significant trigger for...

  • David Hogg, a gun control advocate and survivor of the Stoneman Douglas High School shooting, has consistently used his platform to raise awareness for issues such as gun control, racial inequality, and LGBTQ+ issues. Earlier this month, Hogg attended the US Conference on AIDS and spoke about the connection between gun violence and the transgender community. At the event, Hogg held up a fan onstage that was styled with the trans flag and had the words “End trans gun violence” written across the front. His action was meant to highlight the high number of trans people, particularly trans women, who are murdered with guns in the United states. According to reports, 2017 was the deadliest year on record for trans women...

  • This week,  David Reddish of Queerty published an interview he did with Emmy Award-winning writer, Mark Saltzman, who worked on Sesame Street for a large portion of his career. Mr. Saltzman spent 15 years with The Muppets and wrote scripts and songs for Sesame Street during that time. During the interview, Queerty asked whether he thought about Bert and Ernie as a gay couple. Giving his honest perspective, Mr. Saltzman said: “I always felt that without a huge agenda, when I was writing Bert and Ernie, they were [gay].” As the interview continued, he said that during the time he was working on Sesame Street he was in a relationship with Arnold “Arnie” Glassman, film editor, and drew from those experiences to write the two characters as a loving couple. He...

  • You may recall the sad tale of former Oklahoma state Sen. Ralph Shortey, who was found in a room at a Motel 6 with a 17-year-old boy on March 9, 2017. When officers entered the hotel room it reeked of marijuana, according to police reports. Text messages were discovered between him and the underage teen that showed the boy asked Shortey if he could earn some money for spring break. Shortey apparently replied, “I don’t really have any legitimate things I need help right now. Would you be interested in ‘sexual’ stuff?” An affadavit filed in the case revealed explicit text messages Shortey exchanged with the juvenile included mentions of bareback sex with the teen calling the lawmaker “daddy” and Shortey addressing the juvenile...

  • Apparently, target doesn’t like it when blurbs about books contain LGBTQ-related words. According to The Columbian, department store retailer Target has received complaints for blurring and bleeping out words related to LGBTQ themes. It seems that several books, such as “Trans: A Quick and Quirky Account of Gender Variability,” by Jack Halberstam, and "Double Cross: The True Story of D-Day Spies” by Ben Macintyre, have had their descriptions censored on Target’s website. Not only were LGBTQ-related words like transgender or queer censored in Target’s edits, but so too were other words like “Nazis,” “stripper,” or “bondage.” This includes some texts that use the words historically.   After news of the censorship spread, Target spokeswoman Jenna Reck stated that the issue was unintentional. “Like most online retailers,”...

  • Poor straight people. According to a conservative activist, they don’t get enough head. According to JoeMyGod, Anti-LGBTQ activist Linda Harvey has popped up on the internet again to share more hateful rhetoric. We won’t share too many details about who Harvey is, simply because we’d then be promoting her, but know that she’s a very vocal and angry advocate for extreme conservative views. If you’re thinking, “Why are you spreading hate or giving her a platform?” Well, it’s mostly because what Harvey says is so stupid that it’s funny. Recently, Harvey wrote up an article through Barbwire, itself incredibly conservative, to rant about how teens are having sex and dancing with the devil (I’m paraphrasing, of course). While all that’s pretty standard for conservative rhetoric and...

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