As readers know, I love my Brazilians and Marlon Teixeira is one of the sexiest. This month, he takes the cover (and 80 pages) of Made in Brazil‘s ninth Collectors issue captured by fashion photographer Bruce Weber.
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Well, isn't this Christian?:
The pastor of a church in Milledgeville, Ga., recently changed the sign outside his church to read, “Homosexuality is a death worthy crime,” according to Georgia television station WGXA. The sign caused a stir in the neighborhood, but Robert Lee, the pastor of Ten Commandments Church, defended his sign and claimed he was quoting the Bible. “Homosexuality is an abomination, and the Bible says that homosexuality is a death worthy crime,” Lee told WGXA. Lee told WGXA that he hoped his sign would have an impact and said he would oppose a Supreme Court decision legalizing gay marriage. “The institution of marriage was instituted by God and it should not be changed by people who deserve not to live,” he said.
I'm not going to spend time arguing the other Levitacus verses that these wing nuts ignore, nor am I going to do anything more than share with my straight friends to share the pain. Many people outside our community do not go deep into LGBT news to see such hatred – and we need to continue reinforcing that even with a probable event of SCOTUS ruling state bans on same-sex marriage unconstitutional, the fight goes on.
This is all so wrong — and tiring.
Apparently, this anti-gay politician also likes it in his butthole:
A right-wing state representative with the unfortunate name of Randy Boehning has been caught with his pants down – literally.The North Dakota lawmaker recently voted no on a bill that would have added protections for members of the LGBT community in matters of housing and employment. The bill went down, which is probably not a shock to anyone reading this, but the vote did lead to one genuinely surprising revelation: Rep. Randy Boehning, who opposed the bill by day, was posting photos of his manliness to Grindr by night.The Washington Post reports that Mr. Boehning (photo right) was outed after the local news published his photo as one of the “nay” votes. Twenty-one-year-old Dustin Smith, a gay man interested in the issue, happened upon Boehning’s photo, and it began to tickle his memory. He was sure he knew the man. And then it came to him. Boehning had cruised him on Grindr.Dustin began scrolling through his Grindr conversations until he found Randy Boehning – all of Randy Boehning. Not only had they chatted, the lawmaker had sent him some unsolicited Wiener-style pictures with come ons like, “What’s up tonight, sexy?”
These stories never surprise me.
via Republican Voted Against LGBT Protections While Strutting His Stuff On Grindr – The New Civil Rights Movement.