STORIES THAT MATTER
Can you believe it’s been 16 years since the release of ‘Da Baddest Bitch‘?
Miami rapper Trina relives the journey and reads a few people along the way in her new song. Press play.
This film looks so good! A free screening is happening on April 16th and if you want more info click here.
“Chemsex: the name given to the rising phenomenon which refers to the use of drugs in a sexual context. Often referring to group sex that can last for days, the allure of chemsex has led to many young men being trapped in a vicious circle of sex, addiction and dependence.
This powerful and potent film tells the stories of gay men whose lives have been affected by the crisis; from self-confessed ‘slammers’ to sexual health workers, from those who deny there’s a problem to those who ‘got out alive’. Offering unprecedented access, Chemsex is a brave and unflinching journey into the dark underworld of modern, urban gay life.” View Full Post
Rihanna’s World is the title of her US Vogue April 2016 cover story. And inside the singer’s world she doesn’t have anytime for negativity:
On the Internet trying to pit her against Beyoncé: “Here’s the deal. They just get so excited to feast on something that’s negative. Something that’s competitive. Something that’s, you know, a rivalry. And that’s just not what I wake up to. Because I can only do me. And nobody else is going to be able to do that.”
Read more and see the hot photos over at –> Pop Glitz
This Guy Was Dumped By His Boyfriend For Supporting Donald Trump — QUEERTY
14 Lies Gay Men Tell Their Sex Partners — G-List Society
Cheesy D*cks … JUST SAY NO! — Cypher Avenue
Can you guess how many gay people have won Oscars? Press play and find out.
She’s always up to something!
This week during the season finale of ‘The Haves and the Have Nots’ Oprah Winfrey gave a first look at what just may be the first non-Tyler Perry drama for the OWN network. The oh-so-handsome Lamman Rucker pictured above plays Jacob Greenleaf. Watch him in action alongside Lynn Whitfield and Oprah in the ‘Greenleaf‘ first look.
Harvard Business Review recently released their study ‘Out in the World: Securing LGBT Rights in the Global Marketplace’ and noticed gay-friendly companies excelled in three things – attracting and retaining top talent, winning customer loyalty, and harnessing the insight of LGBT employees to drive market innovation.
Seventy-one percent of LGBT respondents and 82% of allies across our multimarket sample say they are more likely to purchase from a company that supports LGBT equality — critical majorities, given that global LGBT buying power is estimated at $3.7 trillion. The global ally market has yet to be properly quantified, but with close to three-quarters of CTI survey respondents in the U.S. self-identifying as LGBT allies, it’s bound to be a consumer segment that companies can ill afford to overlook.
‘Life on Earth’ is the parent album to Musiq Soulchild‘s new single dropping on April 15th. Press play and get into the smooth groove you’re used to from the R&B vet.
I wonder how sex tips were spread to the masses before the internet? Hmm…
While perusing Tumblr shortly after midnight
for research purposes I stumbled upon this article where gay porn blogger PoundnStulla rationed some blessings to help bottoms be better in the sack.
Here we go!
1. It Is About The Ass
Let me break it down for you. As a top, it is never about your face, how great your personality is or how much money you have. It is about the ass. For many tops, it is about the shape of the ass. When a real top has fucked a nice bubble butt, he never returns to the flat ass. That is why Kim Kardashian and every big butt is celebrated. When you fuck a big bubble butt it feels different from a skinny boy’s ass. That ass bouncing off your abs while you fuck him deeper and wetter is heaven in a bed.
2. You Get The Dick Hard, You Take ALL The Dick.
A top can get hard on his own yes, but if you are in his presence it means you are helping the process. Until that dick dies, satisfy it, make it welcome. View Full Post
John Legend and Jurnee Smollett-Bell are bringing in the big numbers. ‘Underground‘ follows seven slaves who decided freedom is where they want to be.
Sidebar: who is this FINE man?!
Between June 2014 to December 2015, housing site Abodo geo-located 154 keywords among 12 million tweets for slurs and other prejudiced language against the LGBT community, Blacks, Latinos, other minorities, overweight, and people with disabilities.
The most anti-trans tweets are from ten cities in the states of Nevada, California, Pennsylvania, Florida, and Georgia.
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