Count me in on that. In fact, I have nothing to do with anal at all. I’ve been that way my whole life and it doesn’t seem like it’s going to change. I have participated as a top before in my younger age, but don’t have anything to do with it now. Never have analyzed it much…just assumed it was a preference. But I do hate people that beg for it. It seems degrading and is a turn off to me. I’m mostly attracted to masculine men, but it ruins it for me if they ask to be fucked. I usually end the session right then and there. I realize it’s my problem, and I let them know that. I don’t want them to feel bad. Maybe it’s because I was raped twice when I was younger. That had to have some kind of profound effect, but I never went into psychoanalysis for it. I just feel too old to change my ways, and I just really don’t care enough to change. There are others like me, so I will tend to flock towards them.
The GLAAD Media Awards recognize and honor media for their fair, accurate, and inclusive representations of the LGBTQ community and the issues that affect their lives.
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Outstanding Film – Wide Release
Battle of the Sexes
Call Me by Your Name
Sony Pictures Classics
Professor Marston and the Wonder Women
Edith “Edie” Windsor (née Schlain; June 20, 1929 – September 12, 2017) was an American LGBT rights activist and a technology manager at IBM. She was the lead plaintiff in the Supreme Court of the United States case United States v. Windsor, which successfully overturned Section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Actand was considered a landmark legal victory for the same-sex marriage movement in the United States.
There’s lots of chatter around town questioning Philadelphia’s Pride — and I’ll admit some opinions are founded — but there’s something irksome about being called out nationally for being one of the worst cities for gay Pride.
Gay app Jack’d polled users (aged approximately 18-30) in anticipation of Pride month to determine the best and worst cities in the nation to attend a Pride festival. No surprise, San Francisco topped the list, with Detroit (really?) and Oakland (wha?!) not far behind. San Antonio got the No. 1 slot in the “least fun” category, and Philadelphia comes in at No. 8. (See the full lists below.)
Here’s a list of winners:
Advocate for Change Award: Bill Clinton;
Stephen F. Kolzak Award: Steve Warren;
The Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) Comes Out With Their 2013 Film/TV Nominations:
OUTSTANDING FILM – WIDE RELEASE
The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel(Fox Searchlight Pictures)
Cloud Atlas(Warner Bros. Pictures)
ParaNorman (Focus Features)
The Perks of Being a Wallflower (Summit Entertainment)
Your Sister’s Sister(IFC Films)
OUTSTANDING FILM – LIMITED RELEASE
Any Day Now (Music Box Films)
Keep the Lights On(Music Box Films)
Mosquita y Mari(Wolfe Releasing)
Musical Chairs (Paladin)
Thinking about praying the gay away in 2013? An unintentionally hilarious new video from Exodus International might just change your mind.
Check out the Christian ex-gay organization’s “Exodus Week-End Review” blooper reel for 2012, which features Exodus president Alan Chambers and fellow ex-gay Randy Thomas cutting up, getting flustered, and being sassy between takes.
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‘Scrooge & Marley’ Debuts Trailer,
Launches ‘Christmas in July’ Fundraising Drive
CHICAGO —SAM I Am Films, producers of “Scrooge & Marley,” a modern-day variation on Charles Dickens’ classic holiday story, “A Christmas Carol,” has posted the first trailer of the film, which will be released in December. Acclaimed out actor David Pevsner portrays Ben Scrooge while former SNL star Tim Kazurinsky appears as the Ghost of Jacob Marley.
The trailer kicks off a series of “Christmas in July” fundraising events that will include house parties, a cabaret benefit and an Indiegogo.com online pledge campaign – all designed to raise awareness and excitement about the film’s holiday release and to aid producers of the independent feature in securing additional post production funds.
Gospels give Baptists a moral basis for gay-rights support
Jun 25, 2012
A recent resolution of the Southern Baptist Convention meeting in New Orleans as reported by The Tennessean states that gays and lesbians lack the “distinguishing features of classes entitled to special protections.” The resolution goes on to regret that “homosexual rights activists … have misappropriated the rhetoric of the Civil Rights Movement.”