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Tuesday, December 27, 2016
And her dad's response was just perfect.
After his bisexual daughter asked for a rainbow flag for Christmas, this dad decided to surprise her with a touching gesture of acceptance.
20-year-old college student Dakotah Whitcomb accidentally came out to her father as bi earlier this year when the two were out to dinner with her brother.
“We were in a restaurant and the waitress was flirting with me, and my dad goes ‘Wow, she likes you!’” Whitcomb told BuzzFeed. “And my brother says, ‘Well, it’s not like Dakotah minds.’”
“[My dad] just gave me this look, and I said, ‘Yeah, I like girls too.’ And he said, ‘That’s so cool!’”
Though she’d been nervous to come out to her father, she said he accepted her “fully and immediately.”
“We were raised with the concept that being gay is okay,” she explained. “We have a lot of LGBT family members and friends.”
A few months later, Whitcomb asked her dad for a Pride flag for Christmas. Admittedly, she asked for the present last minute, so wasn’t expecting to receive it in time for the Holidays.
However, come Christmas morning, her father had quite the surprise waiting for her.
In addition to gifting her the rainbow flag, Dakota’s dad also included a letter promising that he’d fly the pride symbol alongside the family’s many military flags in the front yard.
My dad got me the best Christmas present I have ever received this year. pic.twitter.com/uGcvWdsUxI— BadBee 🌵 (@SatanKotah) December 25, 2016
“When I saw that a Gay Pride flag was on your list, at first I thought it was an odd request,” he wrote. “But after thinking about it, I think I know why.”
“I reckon that you feel that everyone else in the family…has a flag that represents something we were/are a part of,” he continued. “I have the Marine Corps, Grandpa and Mom have the Navy, and Darr has the Army. So it makes sense that you would want a flag to represent something you are a part of.”
He concluded: “I present you with this flag, to display how you would like. In the spring, when I hang the flags up, I would be proud to hang yours up.”
“Military has always been part of my family and I can’t join because of medical issues,” Whitcomb remarked. “So the fact that my dad would fly my pride flag next to everyone’s military flag just made me feel even more loved and included!”
Whitcomb was so touched by her father’s gesture that she cried and marched around the house with the rainbow flag tied around her shoulders.
“I knew I was accepted by everyone in my family,” Whitcomb said. “But this just drove it home.”
Meet the men of "Onze Jongens."
A Dutch film about a group of sexy male strippers is set to hit theaters in the Netherlands this week and the trailer for the comedy has definitely grabbed our attention.
Onze Jongens, which translates to Our Boys, is about five down-on-their-luck construction workers who form a male striptease act when they suddenly realize that they’re all insanely attractive.
It essentially looks like the Dutch version of Magic Mike, and we’re okay with that.
As an added bonus, the trailer is not in English. So, unless you speak Dutch, you don’t have to let pesky plot points or story lines distract you from the visuals.
Check out the trailer for Onze Jongens below.
I usually don’t comment creep but, you know, shit, today I got time. So look, whoever’s angry, bitter, upset for whatever reason, grow the fuck up ‘cause karma’s real. And I usually take the high road. I usually don’t say shit, I just let it roll ‘cause people are going to be people. Everybody got they opinion. That’s what the Internet’s for. They going to say whatever….On second thought, why am I even giving energy to that shit on this day. Y’all my fans. Y’all don’t need to hear me ranting about some BS. So enjoy your family, enjoy your blessings, enjoy the people you hold close and cherish that. I think that’s more important than some comment.”
— Actor Michael B. Jordan, responding to “angry, bitter” trolls who have accused him of having a love affair with director Ryan Coogler
#MichaelBJordan responds to the gay rumors (again). Says he's not one to be #commentcreepin but folks need to "grow tf up" (vid @thejasminebrand_)A video posted by Baller Alert (@balleralert) on
From: Cocktails and Cocktalk
We recently reported on the French model Charles Laurent Marchand that strutted NYFW in the nude – but let’s be real, his Scruff pics were way more interesting. And it seems it’s not just Scruff that the model uses, it’s Grindr too. That’s our kind of model behavior… He’s even included a bottle of water in one of the shots because he knows he got y’all thirsty…
"I have lost a beloved friend."From: NewNowNext
The sudden passing of George Michael on Christmas Day stunned millions around the world, including numerous celebrities who either knew Michael as a friend or were greatly influenced by his work.
“I am in deep shock,” tweeted Elton John. “I have lost a beloved friend – the kindest, most generous soul and a brilliant artist.”
I am in deep shock. I have lost a beloved friend - the kindest, most generous soul and a brilliant artist. RIP @GeorgeMichael pic.twitter.com/1LnZk8o82m— Elton John (@eltonofficial) December 26, 2016
Others who sent words of condolence included Madonna, Ellen DeGeneres and Geri Halliwell, who had been close to the singer for years.
Farewell My Friend! 🙏🏻 Another Great Artist leaves us. 💔Can 2016 Fuck Off NOW? pic.twitter.com/aEGIUNSJbt— Madonna (@Madonna) December 26, 2016
I just heard about my friend @GeorgeMichael's death. He was such a brilliant talent. I'm so sad.— Ellen DeGeneres (@TheEllenShow) December 25, 2016
So so sad , R.I.P George, a dear friend, the kindest, most generous & talented person . My thoughts are with his family.#GeorgeMichael— Geri Horner (@GeriHalliwell) December 26, 2016
Thank you for the music, magic and memories. #RIPgeorgemichael— kylie minogue (@kylieminogue) December 26, 2016
Another fine musical talent gone--RIP, George Michael. Spent Christmas evening dancing around to "Before You Go-Go." Damn you, 2016.— Stephen King (@StephenKing) December 26, 2016
Rest with the glittering stars, George Michael. You've found your Freedom, your Faith. It was your Last Christmas, and we shall miss you.— George Takei (@GeorgeTakei) December 25, 2016
Dear George, gone too soon. It's so sad. Heartfelt condolences to his family and friends. Love, Neil and Chris x #PetText pic.twitter.com/lEltnajyOX— Pet Shop Boys (@petshopboys) December 26, 2016
And there were those who grew up on his music.
I've loved George Michael for as long as I can remember. He was an absolute inspiration. Always ahead of his time.— James Corden (@JKCorden) December 25, 2016
George Michael was a kind and gentle soul. #Wham— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) December 26, 2016
So sad about George Michael. Truly one of the greatest songwriters.— Ellie Goulding (@elliegoulding) December 26, 2016
I've only witnessed true genius a few times in my life. One of those was watching George Michael lay down Feeling Good for #Elistone 1/2— Greg Berlanti (@GBerlanti) December 26, 2016
He was an incredible talent and even more a sweet, kind man to all lucky enough to work with or spend time around him. May he Rest In Peace— Greg Berlanti (@GBerlanti) December 26, 2016
@GeorgeMichael. Words can't express how much you and your music meant and means to me. Please play his music as loud as you can today... pic.twitter.com/ojnEircyQM— Sam Smith (@samsmithworld) December 26, 2016
— Margaret Cho (@margaretcho) December 25, 2016