Do You Care About Darren Criss’s Bare Ass?
I have to admit that I have two episodes of American Crime Story: Versace on DVR and I haven’t had the ambition to watch them yet. It started out good for me, but something happened along the way. I think that’s because the series isn’t about Versace. It’s about Cunanan, and I was hoping for something different. I don’t care about the killer. I care more about the victim. I also don’t like being mislead with a title.
In any event, the gay presses are all enjoying Darren Criss’s bare ass, and I’m sure some people care about it…
Here’s the rest. I’m not totally sure I will continue watching the series. Frankly, I’m not all that thrilled with Darren Criss’s ass either.
Sydney Gay Pride
Now on to something more relevant, and important. It’s Pride time in Sydney and here’s a good link that talks about what it’s like. It’s really a huge event over there.
The first Saturday in March marks one of the biggest parties in Sydney every year, as the Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras parade shuts down the center of Australia’s biggest city for a night celebrating the LGBTQ community.
You can check this out, here. There are some good photos, too.
Gay Republican Runs For Senate In Delaware
I’m very familiar with the state of Delaware because Delaware is considered part of the Philadelphia area…”The Delaware Valley”…so I see and hear Delaware news all the time. But I hadn’t seen this.
A financial services industry executive and business consultant who says he’s been openly gay for his entire adult life and married his husband in 2011 announced last month that he is running as a Republican for the U.S. Senate in Delaware.
Eugene Truono, 59, who most recently served as chief compliance officer for PayPal, is running for the Senate seat currently held by Democrat Tom Carper, an LGBT rights supporter who first won election to the Senate in 2000.
Here’s more. I’m not shocked in the least. I’ve been predicting we would see more gay Republicans “coming out” of the closet (as Republicans) in the future. And that’s because being gay is not exclusive to any one particular political party. Gay people are everywhere.