Gus Kenworthy Pulls His Pants Down Again; Are Old Gay Men Jealous of Younger Gay Men?; Milo Yiannopoulos Drops Lawsuit

Gus Kenworthy Pulls His Pants Down Again

I saw this earlier today on Twitter and I figured I’d share it here for people who aren’t on Twitter. Kenworthy bruised the side of his body so he pulled down his pants and took a bathroom selfie to show his followers.

But before doing so, he took a moment to share a photo of the giant bruise on his butt obtained while competing.
“Just a bruised peach,” the caption read.
 Are Old Gay Men Jealous of Younger Gay Men?
Some blogger named Dylan Jones wrote a sensationalized piece where he states things like this…
There seems to be an attitude among older generations of LGBTQ people, particularly older gay men, that their younger counterparts are “losing sight of the issues.” Many seem concerned that kids these days don’t appreciate what they’ve got, saying they prioritize superficiality and fun over activism and action.
You can read the rest here. I really hate to link to these things because I always wonder how much of it was done for shock value just to get attention. It’s good clickbait and they know it. 

Milo Yiannopoulos Drops Lawsuit

If you don’t know about the lawsuit between the conservative gay pundit, Milo Yiannopoulos, and book publisher, Simon and Schuster, there’s a lot of back story here. I’m not getting into that now.

This link is mainly about Milo dropping the lawsuit. He claims he made something like 1 million on his self-pubbed book and he doesn’t want to spend it all on legal fees. That’s plausible. Not too long ago a publisher sued a book blogger and the legal fees in that case were in the six figures. It’s not cheap to be litigious these days.

Yiannopoulos took social media a second time and seemed proud of the fiasco around the lawsuit.
‘I cost Simon and Schuster a fortune in legal fees and gave them one hell of a bloody nose,’ he wrote.
‘My book was a New York Times bestseller for five weeks and made me millions.
‘The era of all-powerful publishers and cowering authors is over. We can do it without them!’

The rest is here.

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