Jeremiah Lloyd Harmon, American Idol Gay, and Christianity; You Tube Says Anti-Gay Slur Isn’t Harassment; Ryan Field Books

Jeremiah Lloyd Harmon, American Idol Gay, and Christianity

This makes me wish I hadn’t stopped watching American Idol. I haven’t watched it in years now, and from what I remember during the time I did watch they rarely ever got into stories like this. Apparently, even American Idol has changed with the times.

Harmon became a fan favorite thanks to his self-penned song about gay people going to heaven, and soaring, emotional renditions of Fleetwood Mac’s “Landslide” and Cyndi Lauper’s “Time After Time.”

They also get into Harmon’s difficult coming out experience with his Christian family and you’ll want to read more. Here’s the link. 



You Tube Says Anti-Gay Slur Isn’t Harassment

This story hits close to home for me because I’ve had more than a few book reviews where anti-gay readers have left homophobic slurs in the review, and the online book seller refuses to recognize them. My point is that the the Internet leaves a great deal to be desired when it comes to homophobia, and this article I’m linking to now goes into more detail. 

YouTube have insisted that a right-wing influencer who targeted a journalist for years with homophobia did not violate the website’s hate speech policies

Here’s a link to the rest. There ‘s a lot more to read. I’ve always found that all social media is geared toward the heteronormative world, and they let you know it.









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