Vietnam Teaches Young People Gay Is A Disease
Here’s another one of those horrible stories from one of those horrible countries where gay people have to suffer the fresh hells of homophobia and discrimination at its worst. And no one ever talks about it.
Young people in Vietnam continue to be taught at home and at school that same-sex attraction is a “disease” and a “mental illness” that can be cured and treated, despite legislation designed to support and protect LGBTQ+ rights.
Here’s a link to more. They do get into how things are changing slowly, but LGBTQ students are still being harassed verbally and the teachers aren’t making it any better. It’s really a shame. What’s even worse is that I personally know straight people who go to Vietnam on vacation who consider themselves LGBTQ allies, and yet they never once mention the homophobia in Vietnam. That’s another good example of clueless straight privilege.
The Average Penis Size Is Getting Bigger
Here’s one of those stories about penis size, where a study was done with Kings College in the UK and a condom company called SKYN. The whole point behind the story seems to be that actual researchers did a penis length study in 2016 and found that the average penis size was 5.16 inches, and then a year later after an online follow up where guys measured themselves things changed a little.
SKYN claims the investigation found the average penis size for those aged between 18-34 is apparently 6.1 inches.
Here’s more. They go into more about whether or not the follow up is actually valid. There are also a few more interesting comments.
From the day they meet for the first time until the day their lives change forever, Harrison Parker and Morton Starr were destined for greatness—and each other. A Starr is Born follows the paths of handsome, badly-behaving rock star Harrison Parker and sexy gender-bending performer Morton Starr, who is just starting his career.
Morton is so madly in love with his husband, Harrison, he’ll do anything to please him, including overlooking all his self-destructive issues. However, as openly gay Morton gains more fame and success in the mainstream with his popular gay love songs and his unique gender-bending image, and Harrison continues to slide downhill, there comes a point where everything has to change. And when that climax finally happens, Morton isn’t certain about anything in his future or his marriage.