This leading Republican Senate candidate has said gay sex should be illegal

Roy Moore, the disgraced former judge and current frontrunner in a US Senate election, has said that “homosexual conduct should be illegal.”

The conservative Christian politician also compared homosexuality with bestiality.

 

Moore, who is running for the US Senate seat vacated by Donald Trump’s Attorney General Jeff Sessions, made the comments during a 2005 interview, according to CNN.

Last week, it was revealed that he has appeared multiple times on a radio show hosted by pastor Kevin Swanson, who is known for preaching that gay people must be stoned to death.

He also said he didn’t know whether gay people should be executed.

Moore has a lead over his GOP primary opponent Luther Strange in the race to become Alabama’s Senator.

During the interview with liberal pundit Bill Press on C-SPAN2’s After Words, discussion turned to the landmark 2003 Supreme Court decision to strike down Texas’s state law banning sodomy.

Press asked: “Do you think that homosexual – homosexuality, or homosexual conduct should be illegal today?

“That’s a yes or no question.”

Moore responded: “Homosexual conduct should be illegal, yes.”

Press later asked Moore why the government should legislate to limit what consenting adults do in the privacy of their own homes.

Moore responded by comparing gay sex to bestiality.

“Just because it’s done behind closed doors, it can still be prohibited by state law,” he said.

 

Read more at: PinkNews.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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6 Simple Dos and Don’ts of Online Gay Dating

So, you’d like to meet someone and have decided to go online. That’s a good move — proactive and forward-thinking. But be careful not to be lulled into habits that will undermine your online gay dating experience.

Here are some tips to keep in mind as you peruse the seemingly endless stream of profiles from prospective partners.

 

1. Don’t go crazy over the pictures.

On the Internet, it’s easy to feel nitpicky and maintain high expectations. With apps like Grindr and Tinder, you snap-judge users as if you were scrolling Amazon for the best pair of speakers.

This sense of being in the driver’s seat, of choosing, can be appealing. It makes you feel powerful. Fight it.

 

2. Don’t be afraid to ask questions.

Something even the hot guys who are sort of good at online dating don’t seem to understand: you have to also ask questions about your date. It’s not just about you and what you’re interested in and what you do and what you like. Your date is also a person with an exciting life.

 

3. Evaluate the tone of the profile.

What’s actually important in evaluating a profile is its tone. You want to try and get a sense of what the person is like, which can be truly difficult.

It’s a challenge as a novelist to convey characters in meaningful ways — it’s no less demanding for a person writing, or reading, dating profiles. It’s key to read between the lines to get a sense of whether the person seems well-adjusted — pleasant, friendly and reasonable, someone you would be drawn to if you met him in person, even if you didn’t know his top five favorite movies.

Attention to tone when you read profiles will help you to ferret some of those qualities no one admits to (we often don’t even know we have them, sadly).

 

4. Seeing a movie is a bad first date idea.

Why don’t you go somewhere where you can TALK and get to know one another? Rather than sit quietly in the dark for 2 hours listening to each other breathe.

 

5. Be careful what you say and who you say it to.

Don’t automatically assume that people on a particular dating website don’t converse with one another. If you’re telling one guy what a party animal you are but you try to come off as a homebody to attract another, you might get caught dead in your tracks.

 

6. Be up front about your intentions.

If all you’re looking for is a roll in the hay, say so tactfully. If you prefer to be friends first long before any romance, mention that as well. There’s no need to hide your intentions – they’re eventually going to come out.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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People Think Pennywise The Clown and The Babadook Are a Couple

Twitter is losing its collective mind over the internet’s latest couple.

Pennywise from Stephen King’s “IT” and the Babadook ― two fictional and, ahem, jazzy characters from horror stories― have been reimagined as a duo.

The relationship between the two was imagined over the last few days on Twitter and Tumblr but the exact relationship start date is currently unknown. Pennywise has had a resurgence in popular culture thanks to the latest “IT” reboot. The Babadook, from the 2014 horror movie “The Babadook, was lauded as a gay icon back in June, so really it was probably only a matter of time before the world found him a terrifying boyfriend.

And, whether we like it or not, people realllllly love this couple and find them both to be LGBTQ icons.

 

Read more at: HuffPost Queer Voices.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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These Two Gay Papas are Showing Why Gay Surrogacy is Beautiful

Full of adorable ‘first moments’ from baby steps to messy plates of spaghetti their Instagram is cute central

 

Meet Papas Manuel from Spain and Bud from New Jersey. Together they run the Two Gay Papas Instagram posting the most adorable family pictures with four-year-old Álvaro and two-year-old Carmen

With over 50K followers, we are not the only the only ones loving the adorable pictures they post.

Living in Spain where same-sex marriage has been legal since 2005, and the two dads have the kids through surrogacy.

The Two Gay Papas story starts as a blog in 2012 to chronicle their surrogacy journey. Now they use Instagram create positive stories about LGBT families with their day to day life.

Gay Star News caught up with the awesome Dads whose future dreams include opening a Paella restaurant together. Tuck in.

 

Why do you share your family life so publicly on Instagram and Youtube?

Because it is important that people see families like ours, that they become accustomed to seeing them, so it just becomes normal. We think this is the only way our kids will be able to live in a more tolerant society.

We have received many messages from people who had never seen a family with two dads before and then they see us and follow us on social media. And they congratulate us and thank us for showing them our children growing up happy even though they aren’t in a traditional type of family.

Many young people who are not yet completely out of the closet tell us that we are role models to them. That really makes us feel good. There are a lot of small towns that don’t have families with same-sex parents yet, so we feel like our visibility online is important, because everybody nowadays has access to the internet and are on social media.

 

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13 unbelievable things LGBT people have been blamed for

LGBT people are often unfairly blamed for a lot of the world’s events, but some of these are slightly more ‘out there’ than most.

PinkNews brings you a list of 13 of the most unbelievable things that LGBT people have been blamed for over the years.

1. Low school grades

The host of a US radio programme claimed that LGBT inclusive education programs were to blame for a decline in grade averages.

In 2013, Sandy Rios of the American Family Association read an email on air that said the skills of reading and writing were being “pushed aside in favour of teaching moral choices and left-wing agenda” and that schools.

Rios continued to say that rather than teaching maths and science, schools were: “teaching radical environmentalism or homosexuality… that’s the reason our test scores are so shockingly low compared with the world.”

 

2. Earthquakes

Every time there’s a natural disaster, someone eventually comes out of the woodwork to blame LGBT people, as if homophobes are all amateur meteorologists.

In 2016, a New Zealand pastor blamed homosexuality for a spate of earthquakes that had tormented the country.

During a sermon, Brian Tamaki said that the earth “convulses under the weight of certain human sin.” He later referenced a series of earthquakes, including the 2011 Christchurch earthquake that killed 185 people.

Tamaki said: “You could have just about predicted that one…There were churches there that weren’t churches. They were actively involved in homosexual practice, homosexual priests.”

An Italian priest made similar claims last year, claiming the multiple earthquakes that hit Italy were God’s reaction to the newly instated marriage equality laws.

 

3. Rachel Dolezal

Fox News ‘psychiatrist’ Keith Ablow blamed transgender people for the existence of a white woman who pretended to be black, saying that there was little difference between being transgender and the case of Rachel Dolezal.

The family of Ms Dolezal revealed that she is actually white, despite claiming to be black and working as an African Studies professor.

Although he said not to judge those in a “transgender position,” Ablow claimed that there was no discernable difference when people “decide that a genetic reality is not a reality.”

Ms Dolezal has made similar comparisons, stating her upset that people have accepted Caitlyn Jenner as trans but still refuse to accept her. 

 

4. Floods

Early in 2017, right wing commentators blamed transgender people for a dam breach and flood in California.

Breitbart writer Katy Grimes was one of the most vocal critics, blaming “transgender bathrooms” and “sex change operations” for the flood.

In 2014, a UKIP councillor claimed former Prime Minister David Cameron ignored his warnings that allowing same-sex marriage would result in floods.

Writing in his local paper, David Silvester wrote: “One recent [flood] caused the worst flooding for 60 years. The Christmas floods were the worst for 127 years.

“Is this just global warming or is there something more serious at work?”

It’s probably global warming.

 

5. The fall of Rome

A leading but highly controversial Italian academic resigned after he blamed the fall of the Roman empire on homosexuality.

Professor Roberto De Mattei made the comments in 2011 when he said: ”The collapse of the Roman Empire and the arrival of the Barbarians was due to the spread of homosexuality.

“The Roman colony of Carthage was a paradise for homosexuals … the abnormal presence of a few deviants infected many others.”

Due to the backlash from this statement, Professor De Mattei resigned from his position as the Vice-President of the National Research Council of Italy.

 

Read more at PinkNews.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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I told my best friend I loved him – now he’s frozen me out

Original story from: Gay Times Magazine.

 

I’m Hindu and semi-out, and after leaving a toxic relationship that left me feeling suicidal, I came out to may best friend, who is older and in an open relationship.

He was amazing about it, and as we talked openly and frankly, this turned to flirtation – I realised I was in love with him. He would allude to being unhappy in his relationship and send me flirty texts at 3 am, so I thought I should tell him. I was wrong.

After I revealed my feelings for him, he cut me out of his life completely. He’s adamant it’s the only way to move on. I’m dating other people now and don’t want to be with him romantically anymore; I miss my friend and I wish I could tell him I’m over him, but he won’t reply.

Part of me is angry that I’m apologising for my depression, but on the other hand he saw me through some of my darkest times. We have mutual friends but nothing that would impact our lives massively. Do I give it one last try or is it too late?

Anil, by email

 

The Guyliner replies:

We all have those people in our lives who were there for us at a big moment in our lives and will forever be special to us because of what we shared. Usually, that person feels the significance of the occasion too, and it forms a bond that may well last a very long time.

Sometimes, however, no matter how momentous a life experience this was for us, they won’t hold it in the same regard. There are (at least) two sides to every story, and our own narrative and perception of an event can be skewed by our feelings of what happened.

He was there for you when you came out, which is one of the biggest experiences you will go through. It’s natural you will still feel some affection for him – a wistfulness, perhaps, that things are no longer as they were. But are you being honest with yourself about why you’re so anxious to maintain the friendship?

You say you are over it, and this isn’t impossible. We all say and do things in the heat of the moment. After sharing your coming-out with him, there was bound to be an emotional connection between you which – and here we go with two narratives again – you either misread or, and this sounds more likely, he got spooked by once shit got real. But this will have been a big thing to you, emotionally draining.

 

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Shake Up Your Relationship: Tips For A Successful Gay Relationship

After many years of working with gay men and hearing about their successes and disasters I want to share a couple tips I have learned along the way that are definitely key in having a successful Gay Relationship.

Value and respect each other and don’t take each other for granted.

Devote quality time to the relationship and don’t forget no matter how busy you get to schedule a date night once a week where you are able to be attentive to each others’ needs. You must always have shared visions and goals and a mutual respect for each other. It is important to validate your partner in the ways that are most important to him and show him not only through words but through actions how important he is to you and how much you appreciate having him in your life.

Relationships are built on honesty and commitment as well as loyalty and dedication.

It is important you both can express your true self and devotion to each other. You have to be open and non judgemental and unafraid to express your feelings and passion for each other. It is important to have a balanced life and be supportive of each other’s personal goals and growth. Always remember to be supportive of each other instead of feeling threatened. Encourage each other and most importantly don’t forget to laugh together.

Learn to be assertive and ask directly for what you want.

Even if you’ve been together a long time, never expect your partner to know what your needs are. Mind-reading and making assumptions only leads to misunderstandings and potential conflicts.

Take a technology break.

It is very hard to connect with the person sitting across from you when you are both looking at the screens of your devices. To revitalize your relationship, go on a date or set aside some quiet time together during which you turn off your devices and strictly pay attention to each other. Have heartfelt conversations, or reminisce about good times. Use the distraction-free time to revive the values, shared goals, and attraction that brought you together.

Don’t let the busyness of life take away from your relationship.

Find a balance between work, alone time, friends, family, and time spent as a couple. Make “Date Night” a regular part of your lifestyle where you avoid discussing your problems or issues and just enjoy spending that quality time together. Never take each other for granted and remember that you’re a team.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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What do you do when your boyfriend of almost five years suddenly tells you he’s straight?

What do you do when your boyfriend of almost five years suddenly tells you he’s straight? That’s what one Reddit user wants to know.

“Yeah, umm. So a quick recap,” the man, who describes himself as gay and “40ish” begins. “We’ve been together 4 1/2 years. During that time he maintained a bisex stance. Fast forward a few disconnects and hurtful phrases later he came out as straight.”

He continues: “We’ve gone back and forth about this before. Like years ago when we first started dating. He kept coming back and apologizing after he brought it up. So now he is straight.”

Just to confuse things even more, the man says, his now-straight boyfriend “says I’m the only guy for him” and that he doesn’t want to break up, even though he’s not romantically interested in him.

“He wants to stay. He also has no other place to live. He does love me. I love him.”

Their sex life has always been “underwhelming,” and they’ve been to couple’s counseling with three different specialists, but, the man says, nothing has worked.

“We don’t know what to do,” he writes. “Our lives are heavily intertwined. I loathe dating and don’t want to start again. He likes the women for the sex but he doesn’t want to deal with the other issues he feels comes with dating women.”

Now let’s check out what his fellow Redditers have to say…

“Ridiculous,” one person writes. “Just break up.”

“Four years isn’t the end of the world mate,” another person says. “It’s a chunk of time but it’s still pretty insignificant in the scheme of things. I dated my ex gf for 5 years from the age of 18, I’m 25 now and it feels like she was just a speck in my past.”

“All of this boils down to basics,” a third person writes. “You have spent fifty four months of your life with him, at the end of which he is stating that he isn’t gay or bi, he is straight. … F*ck him.”

“Kick him to the curb,” a fourth person says.

 

Read more at: Queerty.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Nurse Jackie Star Comes Out as ‘Total Bottom’ to Fight Anti-LGBT Violence

Haaz Sleiman said he was gay in a response to a report of hate-based homicides. He also criticized The Advocate for once asking about his sexual orientation.

 

Haaz Sleiman has come out as gay — and also as a “total bottom” — in response to bigotry.

The Nurse Jackie star, 41, revealed his sexual orientation Tuesday on Facebook, in a strongly worded video message to those who would commit violence against LGBT people.

“I am a gay, Muslim, Arab-American man. And I’m going to take it even further: Not only am I gay, but I’m also a bottom. Not only am I a bottom, but I’m also a total bottom which means I like it up you know where,” he said.

Sleiman posted the video in response to a report that the number of people killed for being LGBT in 2017 has already exceeded the count from 2016. This year, the National Coalition of Anti-Violence Programs has counted 33 hate-based homicides of LGBT people.

The Lebanese-American actor, who also had roles in The Visitor and Those People, had words for those who would harm members of the LGBT community.

“I say this to all the homophobes living in the United States of America and across the globe: If you ever come to me, to kill me just because I’m gay, I will destroy you. I might be gay and I might be a nice guy, but don’t get it twisted, because I will fuck you up,” he said.

 

Read more at: The Advocate Magazine.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Queer South African Film “The Wound” Earns Praise Globally, But Threats At Home

“The movie made everything public—even the very sensitive and secret things.”

 

Premiering at Sundance, John Trengove’s directorial debut, The Wound (Inxeba), is a brutal yet beautiful study in identity: Kwanda, a young gay South African, goes out into the wilderness to undergo Ulwaluko, a painful circumcision ritual and his rite of passage into the Xhosa tribe. But his desire to claim his manhood comes in conflict with the reality of his sexuality.

The film, which opened in the U.S. last week, has received wide critical acclaim—and comparisons to MoonlightVariety called it “sensitively nuanced” and “rich in… small, observational details” (It’s also earned a respectable 86% on Rotten Tomatoes.)

In South Africa, though, The Wound has faced protests from the Xhosa community, which claims it reveals too much about Ulwaluko.

“The movie made everything public—even the very sensitive and secret things,” Xhosa king Mpendulo Zwelonke Sigcawu told The Times. “It is insulting to the tradition because it stripped the tradition of its secrecy and sacredness. This will provoke the wrath of ancestors. Attacking and insulting this custom is an attack to our ancestors.”

 

Sigcawu and members of the Congress of Traditional Leaders of South Africa, or Contralesa, are calling for The Wound to be banned and have lodged complaints with the country’s Film and Publication Board. King Sigcawu wants to talk to em>The Wound’s producers “amicably” before approaching the courts.

“His subjects are complaining. He is the custodian of custom and what is being dealt [with] in the film is custom,” his attorney, Matthew Mpahlwa told News24. “There’s a lot of panic among the amaXhosa people who have undertaken the rituals, some of the men mostly, and they called on the kingdom of the amaXhosa to intervene.”

Sigcawu has not, however, seen The Wound yet. “He’s seen [the] trailers and people are just shocked,” said Mpahlwa. “There is an extent [to] which freedom of expression can go.”

South Africans have also blasted The Wound on twitter.

 

Read more at: NewNowNext.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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