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I am whatever YOU think I am until YOU get to KNOW me. This is true for everyone else too, of course.. so don't make assumptions about anyone or pass judgment; ask questions. You might just make a new friend.


Thursday, April 27, 2017


The owner of Pulse, the gay nightclub where 49 people were killed in a terror attack last year, has announced plans for a memorial on the site.

The attack on the Orlando venue last June also saw 53 people injured at the hands of gunman Omar Mateen, who was killed in a shootout with police.

The massacre was the worst shooting in modern US history.

Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer suggested in August that the club should be taken into public ownership by the city in order to convert the entire site into a permanent public memorial.

But despite a bid of $2.25 million from the city, owner Barbara Poma refused to sell.

Ms Poma, who originally opened the club in memory of her late brother, said she was unable to part with the property.

She told local press at the time that she would create a “permanent memorial at the existing site of Pulse.

“This decision truly came just from my heart and my passion for Pulse, and everything it’s meant to me and my family for the last 12 years since its inception.

“So I think the struggle was you know, letting it go, and it’s just something I could not come to grips with.”

Poma’s onePULSE Foundation, which she created soon after the terror attack, will supply the funds necessary for the memorial, it is understood.

Ms Poma said she will announce the details of the memorial next week.

Last month, the US government gave the state of Florida $8.5 million to fund grief counselling for victims, witnesses and first responders to the Pulse massacre.

The grant from the Department of Justice will also reimburse the family assistance centre which was set up just after the shooting.

Speaking to local TV station News13 at the time, Ricardo Negron – who was in Pulse during the attack – said: “It’s something so needed to ensure that the services are being given.”

Negron realised he needed counselling a month after the massacre.

“It was the difference between basically being able to function.

“I was holding it in, saying: ‘Oh, you can get through this by yourself,’” he said.

“And it got to a point where anything would trigger a reaction, a flashback. The counselling has helped a lot.

“I was fortunate enough to make it out physically unharmed.”


Wednesday, April 26, 2017


What criteria is needed to determine what ‘enough sex’ is? Is it going from one guy’s place to the next in the same weekend? Is it hooking up every other day and then not having sex for three weeks? I’m not trying to offend anyone, I’m just trying to deconstruct a word and idea that have caused so many different people to feel “less-than.”

Whether you are a porn star or just an average guy, we men have many insecurities when it comes to perception of sex. So I say, what is enough for you might not be enough for another and that’s okay, right? 


Tuesday, April 25, 2017


One of the facts that many people are not aware of is that each and every person is constantly in a state of assessing whether the people he meets can make good relationship partners or not even if he appeared as if he doesn't care about relationships.

I am sure you always meet people who tell you that they are focused on their studies or work and that they don't think much about relationships. While those people tell the truth on the conscious level still their subconscious minds does the exact opposite.

Whenever any gay man meets another gay man his subconscious mind quickly scans that person's traits and qualities in order to find out whether he can make a good relationship partner or not.

The secret to attracting love is to draw the attention of the subconscious mind of your target in such a way that it forces his conscious mind to ask one question:



Monday, April 24, 2017


There will always be a fantasy that’s more titillating than reality, but if you lose yourself entirely to some idealized version of what you’re looking for, you’ll end up closed off to a world of possibility and pleasure.
We’ve seen it a million times, which only goes to show how powerful a force our own imaginations are when it comes to what turns us on.
Have you ever met someone you thought was drop-dead sexy, only to get to know them over a period of time and realize you have absolutely no attraction to them in any way, shape or form?


Here’s a pleasant surprise: This season’s big musical lip sync challenge — often one of the low points — was actually incredibly fun.

Maybe they had someone else doing the writing (is Lucian Piane still on retainer from Arkham Asylum or whatever?), but the Hamilton-inspired Kardashian musical was a breezy, buoyant romp that gave all the gals a chance to shine, even if not all of them took it.

Before we see who did and didn’t throw away their shot, we’ve got a mini-challenge (and mini-drama) to catch up with.
That’s right, it’s return of the mini-challenge, which also means the return of the Pit Crew. Ru appears in the workroom and gets the gals into quick drag to pose for summer selfies with the Pit Crew boys. I’m not sure what exactly constitutes “quick,” but these ladies look a lot better than the queens in previous mini-challenges. We barely glimpse most of the girls snapping their shots, but Valentina does a cute bit where she has Ru introduce her as Miss Venezuela before changing it up with a “chola” pose. Cynthia, meanwhile, makes it all about her cucu (*DEEP, HEAVY SIGH*). Alexis Michelle gets the win because the producers know she’s a theater queen she had the Pit Crew hold her up, but honestly none of the pictures really stood out.

The win gives Alexis the power to assign all the roles, which naturally leads to a few hurt feelings. Nina is especially upset that the role of Blac Chyna went to Shea instead of her. It’s a chip she carries on her shoulder throughout rehearsal, and it holds back her otherwise fine interpretation of Khloe Kardashian.

As the queens get ready for the big show, Eureka pulls Sasha and Valentina aside to apologize for trampling their discussion of eating disorders in the last episode. It’s not one of those Real Housewives “I’m sorry if you were offended” type of apologies, and it felt sincere. This opens up a larger conversation about Valentina and Sasha’s struggles, as well as how prevalent the issue is in the gay community. It’s an important conversation, but this season seems to be shoehorning in one of these serious moments every episode, which is making them feel less authentic and special. I feel like Charlie Hides’ personal story last week about losing friends to HIV/AIDS felt particularly rushed and tough to follow. It starts to lessen the impact.

The performance is a lot of fun, chronicling the rise of the Kardashian klan from Paris Hilton hanger-on to a reality-TV dynasty. Guest judges Todrick Hall (who also directed the Ru-sical) and Meghan Trainor (dressed basically like the mascot for Squatty Potty) add little to the panel, save for the unintentionally hilarious, meek little “yes, gur” that Meghan offers Shea.

Alexis steals the whole show as Kris, Peppermint slays the stage in a small role as Britney Spears and Shea brings the house down dropping it as Blac Chyna. Since both Alexis and Peppermint falter with the faux fur runway, Shea takes the win.

Nina’s bad attitude lands her in the bottom alongside a forgettable Farrah Moan and Cynthia, who couldn’t even believably fake knowing most of the lyrics. Cynthia and Farrah sleepwalk through a Meghan Trainor lip sync before Ru is called offset for an emergency conference. I was sure they were going for a (deserved) double-elimination, but — TWIST — they’re actually sending Eureka home to recover from a knee injury she suffered in the cheerleading challenge. (She’s got a standing invite to return next season.) That means, shantay, Cynthia and Farrah, can still stay (for now).

So where does that leave the other girls? Let’s break it down in our totally subjective, completely biased, somewhat arbitrary rankings below.


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