A Gaggle Of Shirtless Brazilians
A few weeks ago I was told by someone who is transgender that I can’t use the word “transgenders” and that I should say “transgender people.” So when I saw this headline I had to say something. Is it wrong to refer to “Brazilian people” as “Brazilians?”
I mean no offense by it. I’m not trying to insult anyone. I refer to American people as “Americans.” So I’m not totally sure why I can’t say “transgenders” instead of transgender people. I really just don’t get that, especially since I’ve never once posted anything that was not supportive with regard to the transgender community.
In any event, this is a fun story. I think you’ll like it.
Heard of Brazilian pop group Rouge?
Well, they’re about to make an indelible impression on you.
To ring in the band’s 15th anniversary, they’re leaning heavily on the services of some shirtless, muscly male dancers.
Here’s the link.
A Good Looking Runner’s Wardrobe Malfunction
I’m a runner and I think this is every runner’s worst nightmare.
As he reached the finish line, his manly business made its presence known, pouring out of the leg of his shorts, flopping around, bouncing a bit, and giving onlookers much to shout about.
Jozef either didn’t notice, or didn’t care.
Here’s the rest. When you’re running distance you’re in a completely different zone and you really don’t know when something like this happens.
Don’t Judge A Frat Bro
Here’s a quote by openly gay fraternity leader, Daniel Greene, about breaking the frat boy stereotypes.
A lot of the openly gay people who feel they aren’t accepted in Greek life — not saying that they’re not facing adversity or obstacles, because they are — but some of that has more to do with their perception, and their unwillingness to give people a chance.
I’m not so sure I agree with this one. At least not totally. I don’t totally disagree either. The world is run by straight white men, and you either play their game by their rules, or you don’t.