Reality Star Is OUTED On Live TV
I really hate to see anyone outed, especially in this kind of public way.
This happened to a woman who’s part of a reality show called Vanderpump Rules. A male cast mate outed her on live TV, and she responded this week.
“I thought it was really gross,” she said. “And I also thought it didn’t make any sense on any level.”
I’m not familiar with the show, but there’s more to read here. I just don’t think anyone has the right to out any LGBTQ person. That’s too personal. Mind your own business.
Lesbians More Accepted Than Gay Men
This story’s been trending all week and I’ve seen more than a few reactions to it. Most don’t seem to be shocked by it at all.
There was a study done to see whether gay men or gay women are more acceptable to the mainstream straight public. This results are as you would expect.
“We found that gay men are disliked more than lesbian women in every country we tested,” according to the study
Here’s a link to more. They also mention that gay sex is still illegal in about 70 countries.
And straight people think they can tell Pete Buttigieg he’s not a minority. Oh, I’ve seen it more than once.
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