No Robber Was Getting HIS Louis Vuitton Bag
A little over a year ago I had to go to the ER and I was diagnosed with a small kidney stone. It wasn’t bad. The pain was awful and uncomfortable, but the stone wasn’t that large. My biggest worry was that they were going to keep me and I had a dinner party the following night. And there was no way I was going to miss that dinner party. I’d been looking forward to it all week. So when they gave me instructions on how to pass a kidney stone and sent me home, you can imagine my relief. I took a pain killer and went to the dinner party, kidney stone and all. So we all have different priorities in life.
“It happened very fast. In one motion he took the gun out of his waist belt and with the other hand put up a bandana over his mouth and pointed, was like, ‘Give me your bag,’” Kluting explained to local NBC station WCMH. “I was like, ‘You’re not getting my Louis Vuitton.’ I worked very hard for this and this bag I’ve had forever and it means a lot to me. I wasn’t about ready to relinquish it to some thug that was going to demand it from me.”
I can understand that. It’s also a Louis Vuitton bag that’s no longer in production. You can’t find them everywhere.
Here’s the rest. Obviously, he lived to tell the story.
Jeff Leatham and Colton Haynes’s Divorce Filing
For those who don’t know, Jeff Leatham is Colton Haynes’s first husband, and now they’re getting a divorce after 6 months of marriage. It’s those dreaded irreconcilable differences.
Just days after Haynes filed paperwork to dissolve their marriage, Leatham filed his response to Haynes’ petition.
The 46-year-old Four Seasons artistic director has cited “irreconcilable differences” as the cause of the split and requested the court not be involved in awarding spousal support to either himself or his estranged husband.
It all sounds very civil. You can read more, here.
Nico Tortorella Is Gender Fluid
The more I read about this person the more I like them. Notice how I’m purposely using respectful gender neutral pronouns for this part of the post. Totorella has a wonderful book of poetry out there, they are on a popular TV show, and they have always been open about their personal life in a way that you rarely see.
Nico Tortorella has come out as gender-fluid with the help of RuPaul‘s Drag Race season 9 queen Trinity “The Tuck” Taylor.
The queer actor, who has previously opened up about his non-binary sexuality, says they recently started using gender-neutral pronouns.
You can read more about them, here. I’ve begun to use gender neutral pronouns in many areas of my life lately. I haven’t done it with fiction yet because I don’t want to confuse readers, and I think that would confuse readers. It’s difficult enough to write a gay love story with male pronouns and not get confused. But I support the concept of gender fluid fully.
A PG Rated Gay Romance
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