Category: He Wants To Be A Sexualized Sex Object; Sean Hayes’ Gay James Bond Show On Netflix; The Rescuer by Ryan Field

He Wants To Be A Sexualized Sex Object; Sean Hayes’ Gay James Bond Show On Netflix; Pet Rescue and Gay Romance The Rescuer by Ryan Field

He Wants To Be A Sexualized Sex Object

This is great article because it picks up on points that I’ve been seeing around lately. One of which is the way non-disabled people often refer to disabled people as ‘inspiring.’

It’s actually an interview with a guy named Andrew Gurza, where Gurza discusses his personal experiences. He came up with the hashtag #DisabledPeopleAreHot and it started to trend.

But I personally don’t like the term inspiring in reference to disability at all, when used by an able-bodied person. There’s always this air in the way they say it, that makes me feel less than.

Here’s the link. There are photos, too. 

Sean Hayes’ Gay James Bond Show On Netflix

There’s a new James Bond series coming to Netflix that’s allegedly all gay, and it’s being produced by Sean Hayes. 

Q-Force is a half-hour long, animated series following a team of ‘LGBTQ superspies’and ‘a handsome secret agent’ lead, according to Deadline.

Here’s the link to this one. It looks as if they will be challenging what everyone considers masculine roles. It sounds interesting…for those who do like animation.





After Keith’s boyfriend, Chet, turns down Keith’s ultra-romantic marriage proposal on the beach in Provincetown, MA, Keith is left devastated and confused about what to do next. He begins to question everything, including his career as the director of a unique animal rescue foundation that’s partly SPCA and partly pet hotel.

Keith loves working at the SPCA more than life itself, and he loves the animals as much as the people in his life, but he knows his job just isn’t good enough to convince Chet to marry him. It might be time for him to join the prosperous family business, become an executive like his brother, and give up on his simple dream of re-homing and rescuing animals. 

He winds up finding love and strength in some of the most unlikely places, one of which is with a shy, quirky 3-legged dog named Misty who teaches him the importance of trust and tenacity. Even though he’s surrounded by all the things he loves most, from a mischievous pet monkey to a skunk who thinks she’s a cat, Keith knows he’ll never win Chet back unless he tries working at the family business. There’s only one thing he’s overlooked, and when he finally figures this out he realizes what’s most important to him in this world.