Category Archives: Gay
I 100% approve of this shirtless distraction’s choice of enjoying a nice French Press. No disrespect but from a taste and environmental perspecive I never got into having my coffee in pods from machines like Keurig. I love the smell of making my coffee and the satisfaction of taking that first sip.
I assume these two guys are fixated on intermittent fasting or are obsessed with keto so I can envy their physique, but if I were to learn they regularly eat a bag of chips and jar of salsa, I might just hate them. Does this make me a bad person?
This week’s photo comes from the Gods and Foolish Grandeur blog.
I dedicate this weekly post, featuring vintage gay photographs, to the men and women who lived in a more critical time where being true to yourself and loving who you want wasn’t always an option and came at a great price. Do you have a photo you would like to share? Email me at email@example.com.
“I’m right over here”
Did you know that prior to the Supreme Court’s ruling it was legal to fire someone because they are gay or transgender in 28 states? Well no more… Earlier today the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) surprised pretty much everyone when conservatives Chief Justice John Roberts and Neil Gorsuch joined the court’s four liberal justices in the majority, 6 to 3 vote, affirming the language of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which prohibits sex discrimination, applies to discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.
As a result of this ruling, there are potential implications for addressing discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity and seeking to have this applied to other Federal civil rights legislation. According to CNN, this ruling may be as significant as the Court’s 2015 ruling, recognizing a constitutional right to same-sex marriage. You can read more about the ruling and the implication, here.
Today is the last day of Boston Pride Week 2020 so I wanted to share an excellent article from Out Sports blog that details how the Boston Red Sox went from the last team in MLB to integrate to being one of the biggest champions of LGBTQ Pride.
This year the Boston Red Sox were planning their Pride Night this season to coincide with Boston Pride’s 50-year anniversary and how amazing would that have been? I’ve really enjoyed the annual Pride celebration at Fenway and each year it gets better so I can only imagine what might have been this year.
As of last season, all but two MLB teams hosted a Pride event. MLB’s decision to name Billy Bean as its Ambassador for Inclusion has helped change the culture around the league, but the Red Sox have done more than just host a Pride Night. The Fenway Sports Group has donated to LGBT causes around the city, including a $200,000 pledge to Fenway Health, the region’s largest LGBTQ clinic and resource center. But there is so much more to this story so read the full article on Out Sports, How the Red Sox, who were the last team to integrate, became champions of LGBTQ Pride.
This photo from the Tom’s Hotel in Berlin seems like an appropriate post for what would’ve / should’ve been the final day of Boston Pride Week.
Today would’ve been Boston Pride’s parade celebrating 50 yearts of Pride but sadly it was postponed so I thought I’d amp up the gay factor with this photo of the handsome Terry Miller sipping coffee in Tom of Finland bedsheets.