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Feb 21 2022
Gay Agent On Hollywood Homophobia + Red-Hot TV + Republicans Against Birth Control + Olympian's Penis Freezes + Zsa Zsa Gabor's Ex Wants Grandchildren + MORE! — 12-PACK Comments (0)

ABOVE: A night in Christopher Atkins.

BELOW: Keep reading for the hottest show on TV, Republicans against birth control, a battle of the Desmonds and more ...

Boyculture-callum-dunphy-ira-hendersonRemember when a gay kiss nearly tanked thirtysomething? (Image via MrMan)

OMG.BLOG! (WORK UNFRIENDLY): Insanely hot sex scenes from Sex & Violence. More hot visuals here (and if you use this link, my site benefits).

NBC NEWS: Why LGBTQ kids are feeling “erased” at school.

THR: SBTV founder Jamal Edwards dies at 31.

DAILYKOS: All three Republicans running for Michigan AG think the Supreme Court erred when it ruled that birth control should be legal. Not abortion, but birth control.

KENNETH IN THE (212): Buncha guys in Speedos.

CNN: Olympic skier Remi Lindholm suffered a frozen penis during a cross-country race, and is speaking out about having to thaw it out after.

TMZ: Frédéric Van Anhalt, Zsa Zsa Gabor's, er, flamboyant widower, is speaking out about the hot young man he recently adopted. He apparently wants grandchildren. Someone should tell him one of them needs a uterus.

DAILY BEAST: Trump's Truth launch bombed.

PAGE SIX: Britney Spears is getting $15M for a tell-all book.

PEOPLE: Out gay Colorado Gov. Jared Polis, a Democrat, is condemning Don't Say Gay bills and other anti-LGBTQ legislation as un-American.

GREG IN HOLLYWOOD: A battle of the Desmonds!

OUT: Gay agent Chuck James recalls nightmare early years in Hollywood, as well as where things are now — and where they're going:

This, for example, manifests itself in client invitations to attend film festivals in antigay places. “I wouldn’t send the devil there,” James declares. Additionally, his work is frustrated by “a whole secret LGBTQ community” of Hollywood power players — in front and behind the camera — who “are more homophobic than people I know not in the community,” he shares, adding, “They wouldn’t come within 20 miles [of] an InQlusion meeting. And that’s hard for me to sometimes look at them in the eye and say, ‘I need your help.’”