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Gay-porn actor Jared Louis Velazquez allegedly attacked his boyfriend ... for watching porn.
Bette Midler's 1980 Golden Globes acceptance speech was ... not about Trump!
Cameron Dallas's bubble, and a flash of his junk. (Work Unfriendly)
Some LGBTQ people have said Vivica A. Fox barring gays from her male strip revue is okay — but she lost her producer/director over it.
A 91-year-old gay veteran finally sees his “undesirable” discharge for his sexual orientation changed to “honorable.”
Nat'l. Security Advisor Susan Rice asserted the U.S will continue to support LGBTQ people worldwide. In a speech given at American University, Rice stated:
A decade ago, nearly half the countries in the world—92 nations—criminalized same-sex relationships. As of last year, that's down to 75 countries—still far too high. Anti-LGBT laws are being challenged and lifted, from Mozambique to Belize. The United States is one of nearly two dozen countries with marriage equality.
Nepal's new constitution is the first in Asia to ban discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity. A surge of openly LGBT politicians are being elected, including the prime minister of Luxembourg and transgender legislators in Venezuela and the Philippines. Boisterous Pride parades are appearing in rather unexpected places, like Kiev and Taipei.
Even better, she wrapped her speech with this touching sentiment:
Somewhere in the world right now, there is a young boy lying awake at night guarding a secret he has kept for as long as he can remember. Somewhere, there is a young woman who can love both men and women and has nobody to tell her that's OK. Somewhere, in the United States, there is a man who has always felt like a stranger in his own body ... To every person who might still be struggling with who they are, trying to reconcile who they love with the faith or traditions they love, know this: We see you. We hear you. We are here for you.
Colton Haynes offers ridiculously pricy T-shirts that say “Daddy” and “Anxious.” I would consider.
One of the last two surviving Adventures of Superman (1952-1958) stars, Noel Neill aka Lois Lane, dies @ 95.
Trump claims Hillary bribed Lynch to get off the e-hook.
Hillary and Obama campaign together: 2008's dream team is 2016's worst Republican nightmare.
“Hands,” a new single to help the Orlando mass shooting victims, boasts all-star lineup. Get it here!
From a press release, in which the National LGBTQ Task Force—Be You asserts the military ban on trans people ends in July:
This final remnant of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell will now be put to rest. This decision is a great victory for the many trans people who have served and sacrificed in the military over the years. They also served in fear of being discharged from the service for simply being who they are. Thankfully this now will change. We look forward to hearing more implementation details.—Victoria Rodríguez-Roldán, J.D., Director, Trans/Gender Non-Conforming Justice Project, National LGBTQ Task Force
According to various news sources, the ban's end could be announced as early as July 1 by Defense Secretary Ash Carter.
American Apparel unveils new Gay Pride threads: “Make America Gay Again!”
Cassandra Butts, thrilled to be nominated as Ambassador to the Bahamas, wasn't confirmed by the Republican Senate. 835 days later, she suddenly died at age 50.
I'll never forget the guy who attacked Obama while extolling the virtues of Sgt. Leonard Matlovich. Now, Matlovich is part of the Pentagon's LGBT Pride proclamation.
Rodrigo Duterte, the “Donald Trump of the Philippines,” has won the presidency there. He jokes about rape, womanizes, suggests murdered journos deserved it.
Garçon Model launches first-ever swimwear collection, featuring sexy model Scott Gardner in campaign.
Greg Cope White sent me his book and I'm engrossed in it so far. It's about, well, let me allow him to pitch it: