Gus Kenworthy On Instagram
Sorry if I’m posting too soon again about Gus Kenworthy, but I think it’s newsworthy…in a pop cultural sense. It seems Miley Cyrus is one of his fans, plus there are instagram pics you might want to check out.
No. You’ll want to check them out.
Yesterday, Olympic freeskiing champion Gus Kenworthy revealed he is gay to the delight of LGBTQ activists and sports fans alike. But perhaps nobody was more excited by the news than Miley Cyrus.
And again, what a nice guy, too!!
Gay Pornster Cliff Jensen Allegedly Beaten
I never heard of him before…at least not by name. I watch porn sometimes just like most people, but I’m not that I know them by name type of porn person. That takes too much dedication.
According to the operator of Cliff Jensen’s Twitter feed, the gay porn performer was brutally attacked while being held in a Florida prison.
Initially the outlook was grim, though an update today revealed that he is expected to recover.
The rest is here, with a photo of him. I think there’s more coming with this one.
Sir Ian McKellen On Closeted Actors
This is what he said…
It all happened after coming out. I had no idea this silly thing was a weight on my shoulders. That’s my message to anyone in this town who thinks ‘I’ve got to stay in the closet to be successful in films.’ I didn’t. Do you want to be a famous movie star who has love scenes with ladies and in private be an unhappy gay? There’s no choice. Forget the career, dear. Go and do something else … A closet’s a really nasty place to live, you know? It’s dirty, it’s dusty, it’s full of skeletons. You don’t want it. Open that door — fling it wide and be yourself.”
I love Ian McKellen and everything he’s ever done. I keep “Vicious” on my DVR at all times so I can watch whenever I want. But I disagree with him on this one. In theory I do agree. It’s always better to come out. However, it’s not always realistic for every closeted man to do that. And the world still is homophobic.
Coming out is different experience for all LGBT people and I think that should be up to them, not up to peer pressure within the gay community.