Men Who Wish They Hadn’t Been Circumcised
Whenever I see articles about circumcision I can’t help but wonder. In more liberal segments of our society, especially with the PC crowd, men are taught to believe that women should have the right to choose what they do with their bodies and men should have no say in the matter. However, when it comes to circumcision, in most discussions I’ve seen, women can be highly vocal about how they feel about circumcision and they don’t hesitate to voice their opinions as loudly and clearly as possible.
It’s just interesting to watch sometimes.
With that said, here’s a piece about how men who are circumcised wish they weren’t.
Nick Hung from Omaha, Nebraska told Gay Star News: ‘Wished I had a choice.
‘When I am with an uncut man, sometimes we discuss the difference. How protected his head is, never over dries, so sensitive. How the slightest touch feels good.
‘I will never know that pleasure. Never have that level of sensitive awesome sensations. [Circumcision] just seems so dark ages and barbaric,’ he said.
You can check out the rest here. Men have the right to decide on whether or not they want to be mutilated.
6 LGBTQ Films To Watch
I like everything about this. I think films like this are important to the LGBTQ community and everyone else who falls under the umbrella of LGBTQ. We are so highly underrepresented by Hollywood and the media most of us don’t even know it and we think that a movie like Call Me By Your Name is actually gay romance. That’s sad.
In 2011, the LGBTQ media arts non-profit established Frameline Voices, a monthly spotlight program that highlights stories underrepresented by Hollywood and the mainstream media by making them free for viewing on the internet.
You can read more about the films here.
Boycotting Bermuda Over Gay Marriage
I’ve already posted about how gay marriage was legal in Bermuda, and how they recently made it illegal again. And now I’m posting this about how to avoid Bermuda, and how to avoid supporting their tourism. It’s about 6 alternative places to go instead of Bermuda. And it’s for everyone, not just LGBTQ people. Because, as this article states, everyone cares about this now.
“Significantly, it’s not only LGBT travelers that care about equal rights based on sexual orientation. Our research indicates many companies, consumers and travelers, including the overwhelming majority of the younger visitors powering Bermuda’s growth, care about this issue,” the Tourism Authority said in a letter.
Since Bermuda, which has a long history of homophobia, just killed its reputation among not just LGBTQ travelers but all travelers with a conscience, we’ve got you covered. Here’s a list of some island life destinations that welcome us–and marriage equality.
Altered Parts: Limited Edition
A PG Rated Gay Romance
In Their Prime by Ryan Field
Said With Care