75 posts categorized "BULLYING"

Apr 26 2020
South African Lust + J. August Richards On Coming Out + Birx Covers For Trump + Brad Pitt Plays Fauci + Trans Turncoat In Morocco + MORE! — 12-PACK Comments (0)

ABOVE: Towel boy.

BELOW: Keep reading for gay South African lust, Pitt as Fauci, Birx gives Trump cover, the end of double-spacing as we know it and more ...

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Mar 14 2020
Socially Distant Selfies + Gillum's Meth-scort + Surgeon General Propagandist + Mayor Pete's New Gig + MORE! — 12-PACK Comments (0)

ABOVE: Luke Cook's hairless pussy.

BELOW: Keep reading for hot guys, Trump's coronavirus propaganda squad, Ja'Net DuBois's secret celebrity dad, Andrew Gillum's meth-scort and more ...

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Jan 12 2020
Male Model Crush + Kim Novak On Trump's Plastic Surgery Slam + Warren v Bernie + J.Lo's HUSTLERS Honor + MORE! — 12-PACK Comments (0)

ABOVE: Levi fits perfectly.

BELOW: Keep reading for a model in his CKs, Trump's eternal impeachment, Kim Novak on plastic surgery insults and much more ...

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Nov 25 2019
I Believe He Can Fly Comments (0)

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Check out Balloon, a short about a bullied teen who discovers he has superpowers ...

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Nov 10 2019
Instant Queer Icon Jordan Steffy: Bullied Gay Teen Fights Back Comments (0)

Jordan-800Bet you anything the bully's parents are proud of him. (Image via video still)

Via Instinct: Making major waves online Friday and through the weekend has been the story of Jordan Steffy, a gay teen who was sick of being bullied and called “faggot” — so he kicked his bully's ass.

In a video that's since been viewed millions of times, Steffy confronts a kid who is calling him names, winding up beating him down ...

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Sep 06 2019
The Beautiful Room Is Full: At Home With Gay Fanboys Comments (0)

Spice-girls(Image via Conleth Kane)

Conleth Kane is speaking out about retreating into a self-crafted Spice World in order to fend off homophobic bullying when he was a kid.

I never had outrageous bullying (Dennis Donnay was a jerk to me more than once in gym class, and once in typing class) to deal with, but I think I used Madonna, as a teen, to express that I was different, unafraid of social expectations and disagreed with conservatism.

6a00d8341c2ca253ef01910416fc5e970c-550wiMy high school-era room. I still have most of it, though not the Cybill Shepherd Us.

6a00d8341c2ca253ef0147e174cbc3970bVintage usher's jacket; celluloid tie; 10 cents a dance (Images via Matthew Rettenmund)

But, yeah, the pics are pretty similar! (I was in college by this point, and having kitschy walls at the University of Chicago was another sort of statement.)

My poster collection here.

 
Aug 23 2019
Travis Wall Schools Lara Spencer On Dance & Bullying Comments (0)

Screen Shot 2019-08-23 at 11.58.07 AMTravis Wall is not having it. (Image via Instagram)

UPDATE: Spencer unreservedly apologized for her comments:

My sincere apologies for an insensitive comment I made in pop news yesterday. From ballet to anything one wants to explore in life, I say GO FOR IT. I fully believe we should all be free to pursue our passions. Go climb your mountain-and love every minute of it.

Dance Magazine reports on Good Morning America's unfortunate (and more thoughtless than malicious) laughter over Prince George's packed curriculum, including ballet classes.

Host Lara Spencer seems to imply that George will stop liking ballet because he'll get bullied, and laughs over it:

Emmy-winning So You Think You Can Dance choreographer Travis Wall (not to mention living legend Mitzi Gaynor!) has a thoughtful and measured response to Lara Spencer's laughter:

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Jun 14 2019
Taylor Swift's New Song Takes On Anti-LGBTQ Trolls, Plus: She Surprises At Stonewall Comments (0)

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Taylor Swift's lyric video for her new single “You Screen Shot 2019-06-14 at 3.33.56 PMNeed to Calm Down” makes it clear the song is a boost to bullied LGBTQ people — particularly the part where she sings, “Why are you mad/when you can be GLAAD?”

Cue GLAAD employees creaming.

Also, “Shade never made/Anybody less gay.”

Then, Friday night, she showed up at the Stonewall for an unannounced performance — videos after the jump ...

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