12 Gay News Stories That Slayed in 2016

‘Noah’s Arc’ cast reunited, LGBT themed media owned YouTube and theaters, plus we delved into gay prison culture and chemsex.

These are the top gay news stories year in review.

1. Sex roulette parties where one person secretly has HIV became a thing. Bug chasers and rich people were overjoyed.

2. #JackdFuckery This guy robbed and raped multiple guys. You’ll never guess what city this madness occurred.

3. Remember the alleged drugged boxer from Philly who didn’t remember doing gay porn? Umm… well, he returned to porn with multiple new scenes!

4. Two football players shared a hotel room one night and it changed their lives forever.

5. ‘DL Chronicles’ creators came right back around with their steamy series ‘The Chadwick Journals‘. The plot this season was bananas!

6. When asked, “Why are Whites 74% of PrEP users while we’re more likely to be infected?” The conversation got very interesting. Read the comments.

7. Darryl Stephens and the guys from ‘Noah’s Arc‘ celebrated 10 years of their series with fans at Xscape Puerto Rico during Memorial Day Weekend. The pictures from the event are amazing.

8. Trevante Rhodes explored his sexuality in ‘Moonlight‘. The crowd went wild and the Oscar buzz came pouring in.

9. Gay prison culture gets discussed as seen in books and documentaries. The title of this post opened a lot of reader’s eyes.

10. “Big Black Dick” – according to PornHub’s annual survey – is REALLY popular. See what else people search for most and where “cholo” is in high demand.

11. ‘About Him’ web series has been a problem ever since it was teased. The sexy finale was definitely explosive.

12. Gay documentary ‘CHEMSEX‘ explores lives of men who take Tina, GHB, Meow Meow, and other forms of meth. This documentary is a must see if you know are interested in party drugs.

What other happenings caught your eye this year?

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