I love that these guys have no qualms about hanging around naked with each other.
The Warwick Rowers had an amazing year; they achieved their best season on the water, shattered sales goals, and blessed the world with a new calendar and three stunning short films. Last year, the coveted calendar won several awards, including The People’s Choice Award and Cause-Related Calendar of the Year.
Yes, all this nakedness goes to a good cause.
With your support, the rowers established Sport Allies, an organization dedicated to challenging homophobia and bullying. Its mission is “to harness the power of team sports to champion inclusivity as a driver of success,” and to foster “a world where sport is a leader in celebrating diversity.”
In celebration of the rowers’ success, we’re passing on this exclusive savings on Warwick Rowers calendars. Simply use promo code “WR16GIFT10” to save 10 percent on gift certificates.
via 11 Intimate Warwick Rowers Photos the Sports World Needs | Out Magazine.
Watch the 13 milestones that changed the world for LGBT people in 2015 and news coverage that illustrates 6 reasons why our battle isn’t over.
From marriage equality to an end on the military ban on transgender people, 2015 will be remembered as a landmark year for the LGBT civil rights movement, but learn why we’ve still got so much work to do.
Gay haters love to boycott businesses that provide equal rights, benefits, hiring and other perks to gays – all things that most people don’t need to think about.
Anti-gay groups such as One Million Moms love to initiate boycotts against companies who commit infringement on “religious liberties” and other actions – like support Gay Pride events, advertise with a gay couple, or promote tolerance and equality with employees and customers.
Two of the most rabid anti-LGBT activists, Linda Harvey and Peter LaBarbera, took time on Harvey’s radio show to commiserate about the lack of shopping options they have because of pro-LGBT businesses. You may recall that “Porno Pete” often attends Gay Pride and gay leather events with his camera to make his point about how nasty we all are:
On Saturday, Mission America’s Linda Harvey spoke with Peter LaBarbera of Americans For Truth About Homosexuality about how she and other anti-gay activists are running out of places to shop because so many major businesses have announced their support for LGBT rights.
Harvey criticized the Human Rights Campaign’s Corporate Equality Index, which she called “a huge fascist scheme to reward homosexual, this immoral behavior, and I can’t imagine how many hundreds of thousands of stories there are out there that we never hear about of people in the workplace whose views are silenced and feel like they work in a concentration camp.”
“Well yes, that’s what political correctness does,” LaBarbera said. “It forces people to be victimized at work.”
You can listen to the stomach-turning audio via Linda Harvey: Pro-LGBT Companies Are Like ‘Concentration Camps’ | Right Wing Watch.
He was at my gym following a performance at the HRC Gala here in San Francisco and a girl needs to keep those muscles up. So, like every good homo, I snapped a selfie with him.
I covered Steve a bunch at my old blog but have provided a good share of real estate for him here at the new DanNation. Here are some recent posts you might have seen earlier this year.
If you don’t know Steve Grand, you can check out the talented (and gorgeous) lad’s music here. And here he is in his first video for his debut “All-American Boy”:
And, if you still don’t know him, here are some more treats.