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Wednesday, August 24, 2016
Out gay Republican congressional candidate Clay Cope is opening about his support for Donald Trump, Mike Pence, and the GOP in general.
Cope is challenging Democratic incumbent Elizabeth Etsy in the Connecticut 5th–quite the challenge given just how deep blue Connecticut is. A former businessman who started a line of women’s clothing with his partner, Cope told NBC OUT that he described himself as “a lifelong Republican.” He says, “The first election I voted in was for Ronald Reagan when I was 18. The tent has widened, and now there are gay candidates and that’s great.”
Cope says he doesn’t think much about being gay and in the GOP, explaining, “Did I have gay cereal this morning? No. The decisions I make are always what I think is the best for my constituents.”
Of his sexuality, he explains, “It’s such a non-issue for me. I know I am unique. I am a gay American. A Republican. I live with a Peruvian immigrant. We are blessed to live in a community and district that embraces us.”
Cope is also a supporter of Indiana Governor and VP hopeful Mike Pence, who signed into law the horrifically anti-LGBT Religious Freedom Restoration Act last year.
Said Cope, “I am liking what I’m hearing from Pence. He does not believe in discrimination. And neither do I.”
He adds, “I take him at his word. I have to think about what he is saying now.”
Still, Cope claims to be focused on “anti-discrimination” issues. He says the GOP has been “very welcoming” to him and adds, “I never had anyone question me about my sexuality, about my relationship with my partner.”
As for the GOP’s platform this year — the most rabidly anti-LGBT platform in the party’s history–Cope says only,
“I don’t think the party is the platform. Voters vote for candidates not a party platform. I don’t agree with every aspect of the platform, but I am focused on issues.”
Cope plans to continue evangelizing for the GOP: “[I want to] raise awareness about the party that I know and that I love. The Republican Party is a party of inclusion and non-discrimination — or I wouldn’t be part of it.”
Clinton Spox: If You’re Troubled that Hillary Wants to Fight AIDS While President, Don’t Vote For Her
Clinton Press Secretary Brian Fallon pushed back against the suggestion that the Clinton Foundation should shut down if Hillary Clinton is elected president.
Fallon sat down to talk with MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell about a report from the AP that insinuated corruption at the foundation during Clinton’s tenure as Secretary of State.
Fallon rebuked critics of the foundation and the AP report, arguing that the Clinton Foundation is being politicized because it’s an election year. Previously, “The Clinton Foundation has been widely praised by Democrats and Republicans alike,” Fallon said.
What Fallon thinks should get more attention in the press is the work that the Clinton Foundation does around the world, for instance helping to solve the HIV/AIDS crisis.
“Let’s look at what that foundation work is. They have given AIDS drugs to a 11.5 million people in the world…more than half the people in the world receiving AIDS drugs receive them from the Clinton Foundation. So no, the Clinton Foundation will not be completely shuttering its work even if Clinton wins the presidency. And for good reason, they want to continue this work.”
Appearing a bit agitated, Fallon pushed back further:
“And you know what? If any American voter is troubled by the idea that the Clintons want to continue working to solve the AIDS crisis on the side while Hillary Clinton is president, then don’t vote for her. But I think most voters are pretty reasonable on that point.”
Long-time Clinton ally Paul Begala tacked onto Fallon’s argument, tweeting:
Before @ClintinFdn, 200K people with HIV AIDS in poor countries got lifesaving anti-retroviral meds. Because of @ClintonFdn, 11.5M do now.— Paul Begala (@PaulBegala) August 24, 2016
"He is the most disingenuous man I’ve ever seen."From: NewNowNext
Cher is about as terrified at the prospect of a Trump presidency as you are.
Last night on MSNBC’s The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell, the Dark Lady said she doesn’t buy the Republican nominee’s hollow promise to protect the LGBTQ community from the “hateful and oppression of a hateful foreign ideology,”
“Oh come on,” she remarked, laughing. “He has says those letters like a child that is just learning the alphabet. And then pokes his finger in the air for ‘Q.'”
“He is the most disingenuous man I’ve ever seen,” she added. “And I want to tell you: my people will not believe him for a minute.”
Cher also questioned Trump’s appearance at an anti-LGBT evangelical conference just two months after the Pulse nightclub shooting.
“How does he go from that meeting to telling my people that he will protect them?” she asked. “I fear for what they will do to those people. To my people.”
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Last week, Cher went on a whirlwind tour of gay meccas, stumping for Hillary Clinton in Miami Beach, Fire Island and Provincetown.
While in the Pines, she told a rapt audience, “I fear what would happen in a Trump administration—because I feel like he’s the worst person I’ve ever seen.”
Find out where you can get a scoop.
Hungry for RuPaul’s Drag Race All-Stars? Well, the All Star queens are serving it up (literally) this week when they give out free treats from New York’s Big Gay Ice Cream Truck!
In advance of Thursday’s premiere, Alyssa Edwards, CoCo Montrese, Katya, Roxxxy Andrews, Ginger Minj, Alaska, Phi Phi O’Hara and Tatianna were handing out free paleta popsicles and soft-serve ice cream today in Union Square from noon to 6pm. (The truck will be parked at University Place between 13th and 14th Streets.)
On Thursday, the truck will be parked in the Flatiron District at Fifth Ave and 26th Street.
Get updates on Big Gay Ice Cream at @biggayicecream. And tune into the premiere of RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars on Thursday, August 25, at 8/7c on Logo.
Tomorrow's not the 1st time RuPaul’s queens have been on our truck: @Willam & @TheOnlyDetox (w/ @DevineSassy) 2012. pic.twitter.com/5UIfQz8PJa— Big Gay Ice Cream (@biggayicecream) August 24, 2016
Of course Michele Bachman, old crazy-eyes herself, is advising Trump. It makes perfect sense. If they weren’t rich, they’d be best friends in whatever insane asylum they’d been put in.
According to Michele herself, she’s moved from advising Donald Trump on religion to advising him on foreign policy, which is terrifying. Her reasoning: he opposes “radical Islam,” which makes sense because she’s a radical Christian.
Let’s hope he’s getting some of the quality advice that helped Michele make a name for herself — and that name was “national laughingstock.” Here’s a few examples of the times Michele’s made our heads spin:
“And I took a walk and I just went to prayer and I said Lord, what would you have me do in the Minnesota state senate? And just through prayer I knew that I was to introduce the marriage amendment in Minnesota.”
She was talking about an anti-gay-marriage amendment here. Sure, that time God told her to introduce a bill that would eventually be rejected by voters! Guess God just didn’t see that one coming.
“Help! I’m being held against my will.”
That’s how she responded when two women ran into her in a ladies’ room and asked her about her position on LGBT rights. Right, because being spoken to by a constituent is the same as being kidnapped.
“I had high heels on and I just couldn’t stand anymore. I was not in the bushes.”
That was Michele after she was noticed skulking around the greenery at a 2005 gay rights rally. To be fair, she wasn’t in the bushes. Just crouching behind them. Like a totally sane person.
“They can get married, but they abide by the same law as everyone else. They can marry a man if they’re a woman. Or they can marry a woman if they’re a man.”
Michele’s cogent explanation about why we already have gay marriage. Thanks Michele! Thanks for leading by example!
“We have a member of our family that is [lesbian]. This is not funny. It’s a very sad life. It’s part of Satan, I think, to say that this is gay.”
Ouch — Michele said that in a speech about a relative, Helen LaFave. LaFave wrote a letter to her stepsister telling her, “You’ve taken aim at me. You’ve taken aim at my family,” and got no response. Thanksgiving must be a really fun time for the Bachmann house.
“[P]eople who are practicing pedophiles would be considered protected under this legislation, but not, I understand, veterans, not, I understand, pregnant women, not, I understand, 85-year-old grandmothers would be protected under this law. But who would be protected? A pedophile, someone who considers themselves gay, someone who considers themselves transgender, someone who considers themselves a cross-dresser? That is who is protected.”
That was Michele wringing her hands over hate-crime legislation. Never mind that age, veteran’s status, gender, and a whole bunch of other traits are already protected. No no, the important thing is to tie homosexuality to pedophelia, as they’ve been doing for decades because they never have any new ideas.
“This may be an opportunity for her now to be open to some spiritual things, now that she is suffering with that physical disease. She is a lesbian.”
Those was the get-well wishes Michele sent to Melissa Etheridge after the singer was diagnosed with breast cancer. What a wonderful, charitable, Christian response.
“The Lord says, ‘Be submissive wives; you are to be submissive to your husbands.”
Oof, well if anyone in the Bachman household knows about dom/sub relationships, we have to assume it’s her husband Marcus. Such a festive man!
“If we took away the minimum wage — if conceivably it was gone — we could potentially virtually wipe out unemployment completely because we would be able to offer jobs at whatever level.”
Oh good idea! That’ll go over great in the south, where they have a bit of a history of offering jobs at rather low levels.
“Carbon dioxide is portrayed as harmful. But there isn’t even one study that can be produced that shows that carbon dioxide is a harmful gas.”
Whew, that’s a relief! In that case, Michele, let us be the first to invite you to start breathing carbon monoxide exclusively.
“There was just that smell that saturated my whole body. My hair, my skin, my whole respiratory system.”
That’s Officer Gerry Realin, talking about the smell of death that still haunts him in the wake of the Orlando nightclub massacre that left 49 revelers dead and at least 50 others seriously injured.
Two months since the attack, Realin tells The Orlando Sentinel that he still sees “all the red.”
Realin was one of seven members of the Orlando Police Department’s hazmat team assigned the horrible task of removing each body from the nightclub; a duty he says they carried out with “dignity.”
Now, he’s been diagnosed with PTSD, but the father of two is worried he won’t be able to support his family, since the condition can’t be claimed as a work-related injury in Florida.
Realin, a 12-year police veteran, managed to show up to work for about two weeks after the attack, but then he began calling in sick or leaving the job early.
Soon, he began using sick leave and vacation days before ultimately being put on paid leave.
Now, he wants all that time reinstated.
Though it was Realin’s own psychologist who put him on “no work” status, Florida law currently doesn’t cover the psychological problems of first responders.
His family and lawyers want to shed light on Realin’s situation in the hope of changing the law.
According to Ron Clark of Connecticut-based group Badge of Life, only five states in the entire country pay workers’ comp for psychological problems brought on by the job.
“Usually if you break your leg in law enforcement and have psychological issues, you go out on workman’s comp,” he says. “Not with psych-only issues.”
He estimates there are around 100,000 officers nationwide suffering from PTSD, a condition that only worsens upon discovering that the law-enforcement industry is mercilessly slow in providing any sort of financial assistance in these cases. They have a much higher rate of suicide attempts than other officers, too.
“The man that left my house that morning did not come back to me that night,” says wife Jessica Realin. “He’s still not back.”
"I've heard that shit in my dreams!"From: NewNowNext
On the new season of RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars, ten of the fiercest queens are back to battle for the crown. But this time, they won’t be lip syncing for their lives—they’ll be lip syncing for their legacy!
That’s right—each week the two TOP performers will lip sync, with the winner getting to chose who goes home.
“There are so many fierce queens I could have invited back, but you ten were chosen because I believe that each of you still has something to prove to me, to your fans, and, most importantly, to yourself,” RuPaul tells the queens in the clip below.
“From this moment on, everything you do is about building your legacy. But, wait, there’s more! Because you’re all-stars, I will not be eliminating any queens this season.”
“It was a complete surprise and a complete shock,” Alaska told EW. “We were more surprised than the American public will be.”
“What alliances will be formed? What friends will stay? What friends will throw you under the bus?” adds Alyssa Edwards. “What friends will get in the driver’s seat of that bus and run you over?”
It all starts with the premiere of RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars Season Two, Thursday, August 25, at 8/7c on Logo.
According to the trailer for a documentary called Amores Santos, or Sacred Love, a certain set of holy men are lifting their frocks and showing off their scepters to other men online.
In the film, it appears that one gay man films his encounters with a priest (or priests?) from the antigay Assembly of God Church, who utters fatherly phrases to his online boyfriend like:
“I’ve been thinking a lot about us. It’s too strong. I’ve never felt like this before.”
“The Church has hypocrisies within itself. 90 percent of all priests are gay.”
Watch the trailer below:
Here are two images of Pastor Jose Santiago. The image to the left shows the pastor in his current state of existence. He’s got a microphone, and people supposedly listen to him. Which is great — it’s always nice to feel heard.
Pastor Jose heads the House of Prayer Monte Santo in Puerto Rico, where we can only assume he shares his close personal relationship with the man upstairs. But take a look at his face. He looks a little upset. Peeved, even.
Well it turns out before he had a relationship with the man upstairs, he had more than a few relationships with the boy next door. On camera.
Which brings us to the photo below — the one that’s recently surfaced, shedding light on the anti gay pastor’s gay porn pastm where he used the name Gustavo Arrango .
Santiago, who is 33 years old and now married to a woman, told the local media:
“In those days I was gay and participated in homosexual activities, but God touched me, God transformed me, God gave me a woman who loves me and she loves my past. I haven’t seen any of these films in years. I don’t receive any money for them and it’s part of a life that is over.”
Unfortunately, the correct follow up questions were not asked. We’d like to know:
1. Where did God touch you, Pastor Jose?
2. Tell us more about how your wife loves your past. We’ve heard of women who love gay porn, but this is the first we’ve heard of a straight woman who loves her husband’s gay porn. Care to enlighten us?
Here he is on the cover of Pride: Part 2. Not so proud today, is he?
|Monica and her son, Caleb|
“He is the love of my life,” 36-year-old Monica Mares of New Mexico tells the Daily Mail about her 19-year-old son, Caleb Peterson. “Nothing can come between us. Not courts, or jail,nothing. I have to be with him.”
Monica and her son are currently at the center of an incest scandal. The mother/son couple say they are “madly in love” and fighting with the court for their right to maintain a sexual relationship.
“If they lock me up for love then they lock me up,” Monica, a mother of nine, says. “There is no way anybody could pull us apart!”
A little backstory: Monica had Caleb when she was just 16 years old and quickly put him up for adoption. Last Christmas, the two met for the first time. Soon after, Caleb moved into with his mother’s trailer. That’s when she says she started developing “crazy” feelings for him.
“I fell in love with him,” she explains. “At first I told him, ‘I’m sorry I don’t know how you are going to react to this. I’m your mom and you’re my son, but I’m falling in love with you’.”
She continues: “I said, ‘Would you ever date your mom?’ And he said: ‘would you ever date your son?’ And I said, ‘Honest truth, yes, I would’.”
When neighbors learned of the forbidden relationship, they alerted police. In February, the couple was charged with incest, a fourth-degree felony in New Mexico. They are both set to stand trial by jury next month. In the meantime, Monica is forbidden from having any contact with her other eight children or from seeing Peterson.
Now, as to be expected, some right wingnuts are twisting Monica’s story into evidence against same-sex marriage.
“Another dispatch from Sodom,” Matt Walsh at The Blaze writes in a very long, very angry new op-ed titled If All Love Is Equal, This Incestuous Mother And Son Couple Should Be Celebrated.
Walsh calls the whole thing a “strangely familiar case.”
“They say they are in love,” he opines. “They say their love is just as loving as anyone else’s love. They say they aren’t hurting anybody. They say they’re consenting adults. They say this is none of the government’s business.”
“Gee,” he openly wonders, “where have we heard these rationales before? … If that was good enough for gay ‘marriage,’ why isn’t it good enough for a brother and sister or mother and son?”
He adds: “On what possible basis can we exclude poor Monica and Caleb if, on the strength of these very same arguments, we have declared gay ‘marriage’ an immutable human right endowed upon creation by God Himself?”
To be clear, a heterosexual mother and her heterosexual son engaging in a heterosexual sexual relationship is absolutely nothing like gay marriage. Regardless, Walsh still supplies a snarky laundry list of reasons why supporters of marriage equality should also support Monica and Caleb.
Here’s a short summary:
|Blogger Matt Walsh|
The relationship is consensual.
Nobody denies that two adult men can indeed consent to ‘marry’ each other, but can we deny it in the case of Monica and Caleb? He’s 19, she’s 36. They have agency over their own bodies. Their reunion happened when the son was a legal adult. That means they both made their own choices, God help them. There was consent, without question.
Nobody is being hurt.
Yes, incestuous couples have a much higher risk of conceiving babies with birth defects, but contraception and abortion are also legal. … Besides, gay sexual relationships between men are physically harmful and are much more likely to lead to any number of diseases, not to mention the psychological effects manifested in sky high rates of depression, suicide, and drug abuse. If that doesn’t count as “hurting anyone,” then surely incestuous relationships cannot be said to qualify, either.
Love is love.
This is really the whole crux of the thing. It’s the reason why the Supreme Court decided to pretend that a right to gay “marriage” was embedded mysteriously into the Constitution. Love is love. Two people have right to love each other. All love is equal. All love is the same. Nobody’s love is better than anyone else’s, and so forth.
Walsh goes on to write that anyone who says incest and gay marriage aren’t basically the exact same thing, based on the explanations he’s provided, is being “intellectually dishonest.” (Never mind that the very premise of his argument is intellectually dishonest… Or the fact that the whole marriage equality thing was officially settled by the Supreme Court over a year ago.)
“Progressives spent decades calling the slippery slope argument against gay ‘marriage’ a fallacy,” he carries on, “so they are now reluctant to admit that everything conservatives said in that regard was plainly true, and will soon come to fruition.”
He ends his op-ed with a battle cry for homophobes.
“This is why conservatives, what few still exist, cannot afford to compromise or give up ground,” he writes. “It may be too late to win the gay ‘marriage’ argument now — at least for a while — but we cannot give up making the argument, however fruitless it may seem.”
The whole thing–both Monica and Caleb’s relationship and Matt Walsh’s analysis of it–is totally bizarre and a little bit confusing. The one thing that is crystal clear, however, is Walsh’s obsession with gay people.
Seriously, what’s up with that?
"The problem is [gay men] tend to spread infections a lot faster, simply as they change partners more quickly."
Last year we told you about a dangerous strain of “super gonorrhea” that is resistant to antibiotics, and the strain has now been detected in gay men for the first time.
So far there have been 34 detected cases in the West Midlands, London and Southern England, but doctors fear there are even more cases currently hidden, as the disease can often be symptomless.
Sexual health consultant Peter Greenhouse spoke with BBC News about the fact that the outbreak is now affecting gay men, although his reason for believing it would happen is slightly problematic in itself.
“The problem is [they] tend to spread infections a lot faster, simply as they change partners more quickly,” Greenhouse said about “men who sleep with men.”
This highly infectious strain is resistant to azithromycin, a drug that is combined with ceftriaxone to treat the disease.
Doctors are now fearing that the super gonorrhea that is resistant to one will eventually develop a resistance to both drugs.
The STD is spread through unprotected anal, vaginal or oral sex, and symptoms can include pain while urinating and green or yellow genital discharge.
Until 2 p.m. on May 16, 2016, the ‘Our Church Staff’ section of St. John’s Lutheran Church and School’s website described Reverend Matthew Makela as an associate pastor who enjoys, “family, music, home improvement, gardening and landscaping, and sports.”
Screenshots obtained by Queerty from a source who asked that his name be withheld shed light on some of the Reverend’s other favorite past times — namely nude make out sessions and sex with other men.
Of course, how someone behaves between the sheets is really nobody’s business but his own, except when he’s actively doing damage to others. We’ve seen it time and time again. The lawmaker who spends his days fighting against gay rights and his nights cruising for bottoms, or the ex-gay activist who isn’t quite as ex-gay as he’d like everyone to believe.
Which brings us back to Makela. The married father of five from Midland, Michigan doesn’t just preach Jesus’ love and help with bake sales. He also uses his position of authority and respect in his community to broadcast his self-loathing view on same-sex attraction.
A simple Google search reveals his sentiment.
In November 2014, a fellow Midland man of God, Pastor Dan Dickerson, wrote an op-ed titled A Stand For The Truth which reads in part:
“A sexual attraction to the same sex is a sinful temptation to be resisted and overcome by God’s grace and power, just as a temptation to steal or lie or overeat must be resisted and overcome by replacement with working hard, telling the truth and moderation in appetite.”
Makala can be found in the comments section (UPDATE: his comments were deleted after this story was published) thanking Dickerson and echoing his view:
“Thank you, Pastor Dickerson, for believing the Word of God and loving people enough to reveal God’s will for their lives and also His plan of salvation for all believe in Jesus…I love people who have same sex attraction, and so does God. The proof is in the sacrifice He made for all of us who sin…We don’t tell a person born with tendencies to abuse alcohol to keep on giving in to his innate desires because he can’t help it. We try to help him in his struggle.”
Two months before promulgating the ridiculous (not to mention dangerous) notion that homosexuality is akin to alcoholism, Makela offered this cultural prescription (Screen Shot,Above Right) via Facebook:
Yet while Makela urged his community to seek deeper meaning in their marriage commitments, here’s screen shots that five a taste of what was going on behind the locked screen of his smart phone:
In an email exchange with Queerty, Makela confirmed the authenticity of the screen captures but declined to comment.
He also told Queerty that he had “resigned” from his position at the church after the story surfaced, and that his wife and senior pastor had been made aware of his extracurricular activities.
But his community also deserves to know. If Makela made even one LGBT kid at St. John’s “Christ-based” elementary school, their parents, friends, family or anyone who ever stepped foot in the church feel like being true to yourself is shameful (and it seems all too likely that he did), then we’re glad to share his hypocrisy with the world.
Midland, Michigan made headlines in March when a local Planet Fitness came to the defense of a transgender woman utilizing the gym’s female facilities. Here’s how Makela framed the conversation (Screen Shot, Below Right) to his followers:
How’s that for Christlike?
Hillary Clinton’s campaign unveiled a new ad that warns voters what “one wrong move” from Donald Trump could cost America and features Trump delivering lines that show he’s not someone that understands “steady leadership, clear thinking” or “calm judgment.”
“Knock the crap out of em, would you? Seriously.”
“I know more about ISIS than the generals do. Believe me.”
“And you can tell them to go f**k themselves.”
“I would bomb the sh*t out of them.”
ABC News reports that the Clinton campaign has made an $80 million ad but in 8 battleground states:
The buy – which includes $3 million in additional ads for the remainder of August and nearly $77 million for September and October – is for Florida, Pennsylvania, New Hampshire, Iowa, Nevada, Ohio, North Carolina, as well as the Omaha area of Nebraska.It does not include the battleground states of Colorado and Virginia, where earlier this month the campaign temporarily stopped airing ads due to strong poll numbers. (A campaign aide explained that while there are no plans to go back on the airwaves in either state, they may decide to do so in the future.)In addition, the campaign has purchased $15 million in radio ads.
Hopefully this becomes an annual holiday!From: NewNowNext
August 14, 2016 marked the first ever “Gay Uncles Day,” a holiday initiated by social media users to celebrate guncles around the world.
Thousands of people took to Twitter, Instagram and Facebook to commemorate the day, with guncles posting photos of their beloved nieces and nephews and families sharing their thanks for the special role gay uncles play in their lives.
Even a few out celebrities got in on the fun, with posts from Anderson Cooper:
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Australian bobsledder Simon Dunn:
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RPDR star Joslyn Fox:
Happy Gay Uncle Day! My life wouldn't be half as much fun without my beautiful nieces and I miss my nephew Owen every day👼🏻 #gayunclesdayA photo posted by Joslyn Fox (@joslynfox) on
And YouTuber Tyler Oakley:
to celebrate #GayUnclesDay, here's two of my nephews & a niece holding a book they're never allowed to read pic.twitter.com/qaHe1MUF76— Tyler Oakley (@tyleroakley) August 14, 2016
The photos shared on Gay Uncle’s Day showed how supportive guncles are:
hehhehe belated celebration post for international #gayunclesday ✌🏼️ (juan martin not pictured) -- love these nuggets ❤️A photo posted by eric rodriguez (@myblumonkey) on
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Using my totes adorbs nephew as an excuse to show off my mad #guncleskillz. Love this little pocket of fun xxx #happygunlceday #gayunclesday #babysittersclub #guncle #gayuncleA photo posted by Shayne with a Y (@shaynedaily) on
did you know today is National #GayUnclesDay?! I'm proud to be this little one's #gayuncle ❤ #august14 #guncle #gunclesA photo posted by b r a n d o n (@br4n.d0n) on
How playful they can be:
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And just how loving they are with the precious tykes in their lives:
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Happy #GayUnclesDay! ❤️ my goddaughters. I was unsuccessful at teaching them how to dance to @pink in the back of the truck. Baby steps... #gayuncle #family #ohanaA photo posted by Lance Kissler (@lkissler) on
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We can’t wait for Gay Uncles Day 2017!