King Cobra Star Garrett Clayton On His Sexuality; Madonna Offers To “Give Head”; Turing Law Pardons Gay UK Men

King Cobra Star Garrett Clayton On His Sexuality; Madonna Offers To "Give Head"; Turing Law Pardons Gay UK Men

King Cobra Star Garrett Clayton On His Sexuality

I don’t think this will surprise anyone.

In the latest issue of PrideSource, 25-year-old actor Garrett Clayton unpacks his feelings about playing Brent Corrigan in Justin Kelly’s long-awaited King Cobra (in theaters and On Demand starting October 21). After discussing his contractually mandated butt shot, his favorite Brent Corrigan scene, and how one prepares for such a role, he surprisingly refuses to divulge his own sexuality to the interviewer, believing that “it just distracts” from his work.

You can read all of it here.

While I truly don’t believe in outing anyone ever, one of the comments said it best.

Hank  
straights would admit that they are straights.

Madonna Offers To “Give Head”

Just when you think this election season couldn’t get any worse, Madonna does this…

One more thing before I introduce this genius of comedy,” she says. “If you vote for Hillary Clinton, I will give you a blowjob.”

And I am good.

I’m not a douche, and I’m not a tool. I take my time, I have a lot of eye contact and I do swallow.”

There’s more here.

Again, one of the comments at the bottom said it best.

Brian

I’d rather catch herpes from a toad.

Turing Law Pardons Gay UK Men

Not to upstage Madonna’s generous offer, but this is something important to focus on for a change.

Tens of thousands of gay and bisexual men who were convicted of now-abolished sexual offenses in Britain will be posthumously pardoned, the government announced Thursday.
The government proposal will also make it easier for living Britons, convicted years ago of since-decriminalized sexual behavior, to clear their names.


But not everyone is thrilled about it…and I’m glad they’re speaking up.

Brighton resident George Montague, who was convicted in 1974 for gross indecency with a man, told CNN he won’t accept the government’s pardon because “it’s an admission of guilt.” 

He wants an apology from the government, and I’m standing on his side in full support. I’m sick and tired of these hypocrites telling us they’ve “evolved” when they should be telling us how sorry they are they were so wrong. 

Here’s the rest. It’s particularly interesting to read about why this law was named the way it was. You shouldn’t miss this. It’s gay history, too.  

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