Safe Sex Guide Refers To Vagina As Front Hole; Drag Culture TV On Netflix; California Has An Official LGBT Veterans Memorial Now

Safe Sex Guide Refers To Vagina As Front Hole

This is something new, and frankly I think we’ll be seeing more things like this in the future. I look at these things as a writer, and I find it interesting how words evolve over the course of time. Just look at the word Gay and the way that’s evolved.

A new LGBTQIA safe sex guide was published recently and it includes the term ‘front hole’ as an alternative for the word ‘vagina’.
Groups like Heathline, GLSEN, and Advocates for Youth all shared the report on their websites.
Here’s the link. It goes into more detail, and it mentions that the alternative word for breastfeeding should be chestfeeding. But not everyone is happy about this. 

Drag Culture TV On Netflix

If you’re into drag culture, this might be something you’ll want to see.

Dancing Queen will play out over eight episodes, and judging by the preview, the tongue pops will flow like milk and honey, hunty.
The World of Wonder-produced series will follow Alyssa, aka Justin Johnson, as she wears her many wigs — business owner, mentor, dancer, drag superstar, etc.

Here’s the rest.  There are a few photos, too.

California Has An Official LGBT Veterans Memorial Now

This memorial is located in Cathedral City just a few miles south of where Tony and I live in Palm Springs. I have to get photos and share them here on the blog.

California has become the first state in the US to officially recognise a memorial dedicated to LGBT+ veterans.
Governor Jerry Brown signed the LGBT+ tribute in Desert Memorial Park, Cathedral City, into law as an official state memorial on Monday (August 20).

Here’s the link. It’s interesting to note the memorial has been around since 2001. The link gives a lot of background about why it took so long to make the memorial official.

Gayest Palm Springs Thanksgiving With the In-laws by [Field, Ryan]




In Their Prime by Ryan Field




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