Joey Gentile Authentic Gay YouTube Videos
This past weekend I found a guy named Joey Gentile on Twitter. I thought he was interesting so I did a simple search and came up with a YouTube page. And he’s done quite a few YouTube Videos. He does some of them with his partner and they are both very good.
I think what I love most is that everything about him is gay, it’s authentic, and it’s a nice part of gay modern culture. This is not Ewan McGregor or some straight guy pretending to be gay so straight people can praise him and tell him what a “good gay he makes”. It’s a little dirty in a naughty way, but it’s not vulgar at all. It’s a little funny in a campy way, but it’s not over the top at all. It’s also romantic and sexy at times. You can just tell by watching some of the videos.
He’s always very attractive and so is his partner. I wish I could share a photo here but I don’t have permission. But you can check it out here, at this link on YouTube. He’s always doing something current, and the other videos date way back. I’m just sorry I haven’t seen him before. We stream all our TV now. And sometimes we just watch YouTube channels of people we enjoy. Some of the content is interesting, and I’ll be watching Joey now, too.
NYC Pride Parade Bans Police
This is an interesting little piece of irony. After years of being discriminated against, there are some LGBTQ people who are now turning the tables and they are creating bans for certain groups of people. In this case, it’s the police. They’ve decided to ban all police from the NYC Pride parade until 2025. It sounds more like a teacher or a parent scolding and punishing a child.
“The sense of safety that law enforcement is meant to provide can instead be threatening, and at times dangerous, to those in our community who are most often targeted with excessive force and/or without reason,” the group said.
You can read the rest here. I think it’s very important to make it clear here that not ALL LGBTQ people feel this way. You can also read a response from the police.
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