50 Cent Isn’t Getting It and Thinks Gay Men Date Trans Women; The Village People Performing At Stockholm Pride; Ramon Canyon by Ryan Field

50 Cent Isn’t Getting It and Thinks Gay Men Date Trans Women

I know that headline sounds absolutely ridiculous, but it’s true. People like this 50 Cent person simply do not get the fact that openly gay men don’t date women…ever. He also doesn’t know about transphobic slurs either.

In the now-deleted post to his Instagram account, 50 Cent captions the audio of Young Buck: “wait if you’re in a relationship with a tr*nny, you’re gay. That’s a boy, boy! It’s cool Buck you’re gonna be big down the gay bars, gimme a call.”

Here’s the rest. Unfortunately, there are millions more like 50 Cent who just do not understand that if a man is dating a trans woman the odds are that man is NOT gay. 

It’s really not that complicated.  

Trans women identify as women. Gay men identify as men and they are attracted to men. Gay men date men. I swear I’m not making this up. 

The Village People Performing At Stockholm Pride

This is interesting to see. After all these years, The Village People are still going strong. Well, at least the brand is still going strong. And people still seem to enjoy the retro music. Well, most people. 

Legendary disco band Village People will make a special appearance at Stockholm Pride next summer.

It’s not all perfect because many of the band members are new, and there has been some controversy over that. You can read more about it, here, where they give you a run down on The Village People history, which actually dates all the way back to 1977. 

Reader Reviews for Sleepless In San Francisco

“I loved the romance between Ed and Jonathan. Noah was adorable. All the supporting characters added so much to the richness of the storybook romance.”
“I read a lot of Ryan’s books, but really loved this one. The main character reminded me of someone… read it and see.”
“All the supporting characters added so much to the richness of the storybook romance. I’ll even admit that though most books in this genre may bring a smile to my face; they seldom bring tears. This one got me at the end. I would desperately like a second chapter to see where they go from here.”

Sleepless in San Francisco by [Field, Ryan ]

A Gay Western Romance
When Flynn had to leave Ramon Canyon 10 years earlier at the age of 18, he never thought he would return. He’d been caught in the act on his hands and knees with another cowboy his age by the town’s worst gossip, Sally May Johansson, and he knew he couldn’t remain there. So he set off without looking back, and found other places in the world where he could live his life and build his fortune. But no matter where he went he never stopped thinking about Ramon Canyon, and the young man named Jasper with whom he’d been in love. 

Eventually, he wound up in Europe with other like-minded people who understood him, where he amassed a great fortune and educated himself with the finer things in life. He told himself he’d never return to Ramon Canyon again, but then he ran into an old family friend who told him what had happened to his family and the ranch where he’d grown up. And that’s when he knew he had to return for his revenge. 

After a 10 year absence, most people thought Flynn was dead. But that didn’t stop him from riding through Ramon Canyon with his head high and his shoulders square. He realized how much he missed Ramon Canyon, and now that he had money, a purpose, and goals he didn’t have to run anymore. The timing was perfect and they needed him as much as he needed to be there. The only thing that was missing was the love of his life, and Flynn wasn’t sure he’d ever figure that out. However, he still had a few unexpected surprises coming his way.

Ramon Canyon by [Field, Ryan]

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