The Trump Administration’s Global Campaign To Decriminalize ‘Homosexuality’
This came as a huge surprise to everyone. In what’s being referred to in some places as a subtle way to shame Iran for their human rights violations, the Trump administration is now leading a global initiative to decriminalize homosexuality around the world.
I often post about what’s happening on the global front with LGBT people and I know how important anything like this could be. There are LGBT people truly suffering in other parts of the world, and I hope this is a serious initiative.
U.S. Ambassador to Germany Richard Grenell, the highest-profile openly gay person in the Trump administration, is leading the effort, which kicks off Tuesday evening in Berlin. The U.S. embassy is flying in LGBT activists from across Europe for a strategy dinner to plan to push for decriminalization in places that still outlaw homosexuality — mostly concentrated in the Middle East, Africa and the Caribbean.
Here’s a link. It’s mind blowing to find out that around 70 countries still criminalize LGBT ‘conduct.’
A Gay Top Is Seeing A Gay Bottom Coach
Here’s something about a gay top guy who went to a coach to learn how to be a gay bottom. I know a lot of people will joke about this, but for many it’s a serious issue. No one will ever like anal sex if they’re doing it wrong, and I’m 100% serious about that. I even get into this in novels sometimes.
Smith learned the importance of relaxing his two inner anal sphincters and beginning sex in a position that allows the bottom to control the speed of penetration. He also briefly mentioned how some men use poppers to help relax their bodies’ smooth, involuntary muscles.
Here’s the link to this one. There are a few more important details everyone should know. The only thing that concerns me is that if this catches on with other gay tops, there won’t be any real tops left for bottoms.
However, their financial situation is about as bad as it gets and they’re on the brink of losing their grand old Victorian home, and everything about their perfect lives is threatened. So Gus winds up putting his own marriage on hold with the guy he’s been in love with since high school. It’s so bad he’s even thinking of quitting college to help support his dad and his younger brother just so his dad won’t have to marry the older man.
After Gus convinces his dad to take a road trip in their vintage 1950s station wagon to their getaway cabin in the mountains, along with his younger brother, his future husband, and their nineteen year old dog named Special, their lives change in ways none of them ever anticipated. And even though the future is still uncertain in some respects, they discover a few things about themselves on this trip they never could have predicted.