Category: Gays and Venereal Disease

Michael Moore’s Facebook Rant; Let the "Sissies" Vogue You; The Truth and STIs

Michael Moore’s Facebook Rant

Here’s what Michael Moore is up to these days. I’m remaining objective, because I don’t know a thing about daily intelligence briefings.

In an alarmist Facebook post that’s quickly gone viral, political activist Michael Moore has made his feelings plain regarding Donald Trump’s decision not to attend daily intelligence meetings.

It’s a long diatribe with some very strong predictions. He even suggests that Trump will be Tweeting at 3 in the morning instead of paying attention to terrorism. Of course, at this point, it’s all speculation.

You can read the rest here. The comments are interesting with this one.

Let the “Sissies” Vogue You

I always find these stories entertaining and amusing. It’s pure camp, as camp was always intended to be in gay culture.

Choreographed by Bay Area dance legend Allan Frias and directed by Frias and Jaysin Ashbaugh, the below video features dance triad The Sissies voguing their way through the Castro in San Francisco to a crazed, skittering (and sickening) track called “What U Lookin’ At” by Ash B.

You can check out the video here.  The comments with this one are mixed, and mainly because the gay male community is so diverse.

I think most of you will enjoy the video. It’s not political, it’s not hurting anyone, and I don’t think they’re exploiting anything. It’s just plain fun.

The Truth and STIs

Here’s a piece about whether or not people tell the truth about having STIs.

Nearly 20 million people are diagnosed with an STI every year in the U.S. alone. Now, a new survey, sponsored by Superdrug Online Doctor, has asked 2,000 people from the U.S. and the U.K. about their attitudes towards venereal diseases like herpes, chlamydia, and syphilis, and how they influence their opinions and behaviors.

You can read the rest of it here. They go into more detail, with statistics. According to this, only 1% of gay people lied about having an STI.

Stepbrothers In the Attic by Ryan Field