Trump and Peter Thiel; Kendle’s Fire by Ryan Field Reviews; Gay Teens Ordered To Stop Hugging; Another One Million Moms Boycott, Disney and Gay Cartoon

Trump and Peter Thiel

I have to admit that it’s interesting to see how gay Trump supporters are reacting to the decisions Trump has been making with respect to the LGBTQ community. I’m not knocking anyone either. I don’t believe in doing that. I just think it’s interesting to see reactions now that Trump has shown how he’s going to treat the LGBTQ community…everyone who falls under that umbrella.

But a new article in Buzzfeed suggests that Thiel is disillusioned with Trump. The article cites anonymous friends and associates who say that on half a dozen occasions over the course of several months, Thiel derided the Trump administration as “incompetent” and said that “there’s a 50% chance that this whole thing ends in disaster.” As for his personal feelings, Thiel allegedly said that he was “annoyed” by how things were going. 

Here’s the rest. Trump’s tweets about transgenders in the military should be enough to end all speculation about how he’s going to treat the LGBTQ community. That’s not fake news. That’s reality. And you can’t spin or twist those tweets no matter how hard you try.

Kendle’s Fire by Ryan Field Reviews

I don’t always pay attention to reviews, and I always believe that reviews should be left to the readers without author input. It’s their sacred territory. But Kendle’s Fire is one of those books I wrote that’s closer to me than others because there are no explicit sex scenes in the book. I just didn’t think the story called for sex scenes so I didn’t add any.

And I’ve been worried about that because I know how my readers enjoy the sex scenes. But sometimes you have to make a creative decision and go with your instincts. So far I’ve had good feedback from readers.

In any event, here’s a review from Amazon and I’ve posted the excerpt below. Thank you to the person who left the review.

This is GREAT story!! It’s wonderful in its exploration of sexuality and masculinity. The story is well done and beautifully done. The story flows beautifully and the characters are wonderfully written. The protagonist of the story is a handsome man who is searching for meaning in his life and trying to come to terms with his preferences. He doesn’t like that the world is so judgemental and unforgiving. It’s a great read full of heart.

A PG Rated Gay Romance






Gay Teens Ordered To Stop Hugging

When you think about how many times you see straight teens hugging and making out in public this story becomes more significant. 

“We were in the pool like everyone else,” one of the teens told Repubblica. “While we were in the water, like everyone else present, we also embraced, a spontaneous embrace, but we are two men and it was not appreciated.” 

The lifeguard allegedly approached the couple and demanded they stop hugging as “there are children present in the facility.” He then asked them to be more “composed.”


You can read more here. I just think these people have to get used to seeing gay people show affection because we’re not going to disappear any time soon. And that lifeguard needs to pull his head out of his proverbial ass.

Another One Million Moms Boycott, Disney, and Gay Cartoon

This almost sounds cliche…those endearing One Million Moms are boycotting something gay again, and, water is wet.  

One Million Moms, eager to demonstrate that she’s still the human equivalent of an anorectal abscess, pounced on the episode, which GLAAD hailed as “groundbreaking.”

“Controversial topics and lifestyle choices should be left up to the parents to discuss and Disney Junior should not introduce this to young child,” the press release states.


I just wish someone would disabuse these idiots about lifestyle choices. Being gay is NOT a lifestyle choice. Driving a BMW is a lifestyle choice, or moving to the country to become a farmer is a lifestyle choice, but being gay is not a lifestyle choice. These One Million Moms need to get out more.

 Not All Gay Books Have Sex


In Their Prime by Ryan Field

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