Controversial Gay Film In India and Censorship; Stephen Colbert’s Sexuality Questioned by CBS Vice President; Serious Medical Scare At Gay Club;

Controversial Gay Film In India and Censorship

This has been trending all week, but I didn’t know much about it until I saw this article. The film’s creators have been fighting a ban in India for 2 and a half years because there’s gay romance.

It’s finally going to be shown this Friday in the state of Kerala.

The movie tells the story of a gay painter, his partner Vishnu, and their activist friend Sia who rejects feminine gender identity. It depicts the trio’s struggle to find space and happiness in a conservative Indian City.

Here’s the rest. It sounds like a fascinating film.

Stephen Colbert’s Sexuality Questioned by CBS Vice President

I see this happen in other places all the time and I always wonder why it’s either overlooked, or, totally laughed off as funny. In fact, the entertainment industry is famous for doing it.

I’m talking about when a straight person insinuates that another straight person is gay, but they are using the word gay as a pejorative, not a compliment.

“He would frequently call Stephen (Colbert) gay because of his seeming inability to interview women well,” a former CBS executive reported. “He would say this in rehearsals, the control room. Sometimes the CBS attorney would even be present, which to me is just shocking that nothing was done.”

Here’s the link I’m not shocked. I see it all the time.

Serious Medical Scare At Gay Club

I hope everyone who was in the club over the weekend finds out about this.

The KitKatClub is one of the most popular nightlife venues in the city, known for its hedonistic atmosphere and wild sex parties.
Unfortunately, it also became the site of a possible meningitis exposure and anyone who stopped by the queer-friendly September 29 event has been warned.

Here’s the link to this one.

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