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Thursday, February 20, 2014

THE 10 LEVEL GUIDE TO MEETING GAY MEN

Admittedly, this dilemma is self-imposed. Dating is hard for everyone but if guys like ourselves were more open about our sexuality, we’d attract more people who were also attracted to men, even if for just one night.

Example: Many feminine guys who were “Out” during their high school years have told me that back then they were secretly approached by many guys (often by guys that had publicly harassed them).

These young men wrestling with their sexuality at least knew where to go if they wanted a blow job from another guy: The feminine boy advertising that his car was for sale.

So back to the question, “How do I meet people?”
My answer to these guys is always the same: “It depends on your Level of Gay Comfort.”

What is that exactly? Keep reading to find out…

TODAY IS LOVE YOUR PET DAY!











It’s Love Your Pet Day! Today is the official day for pampering your pet with a little extra love and affection to show them just how much you care.

IN APPLAUDING ELLEN PAGE'S COMING OUT, NOVELIST ANNE RICE TAKES ON FACEBOOK 'HATE SPEECH'

After best-selling author Anne Rice took to Facebook over the weekend to applaud the courage of actress Ellen Page for coming out publicly as a lesbian, the hate started pouring in.

Rice, whose book Interview With a Vampire was made into a film starring Tom Cruise and Brad Pitt, decided to take on the flood of hate speech with a message on her fan page making clear she had heard enough.

'I will no longer tolerate hate speech in the guise of Christian belief with the usual irresponsible pick and choose bible quotes and talk of “sin” and hellfire,' she wrote. 'I have had enough of it, and I think the world has had enough of it too.'

Rice, 72, has sold nearly 100 million books in her career and her son, best-selling novelist Christopher Rice, is gay. Her son was among the more than 25,000 people who clicked 'Like' to Rice's post.

She also wrote: 'I commend Ellen Page for her bravery in coming out. I hope more celebrities and public figures will be inspired to do so. Anyone who thinks this does not matter is deceiving himself or herself. It matters very much. Gay people in all walks of life suffer from bigotry, bias, superstition, and ignorance.'

Rice also had a message for the many people who take the to comment on a topic such as this and state that they 'don't care.'

'Please do NOT come here to tell us publicly that you “don’t care,"' Rice wrote. 'If you don’t care, don’t expect us to care that you don’t care!'

On Monday (17 February), Rice engaged with some of her followers who had been put off and the debate raged on.

The author seemed willing to engage reasonable debate but reiterated that she would ban anyone from her page who engaged in hate speech.

SOURCE: GAY STAR NEWS

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