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Sunday, April 9, 2017

Alec Baldwin Plays Bill O’Reilly and Donald Trump in Trenchant SNL Sexual Harassment Sketch

From: Towleroad
Alec Baldwin adopted a spot-on impression of Bill O’Reilly for Saturday Night Live’s look at the sexual harassment scandal that has caused advertisers to flee the FOX News anchor’s program.

In fact, the only advertisers O’Reilly has left are Dog Cocaine, Eliquis (Cialis for horses!) and the recent box office flop CHiPs.

Of course, coming to defend O’Reilly is Alec Baldwin’s Trump, who attests to O’Reilly’s character.

“I actually see a lot of myself in you, Bill,” says Baldwin’s Trump.


After Attack on Syria, Trump Supporters Question His Commitment to ‘America First’

From: Towleroad
Trump’s decision to launch missiles at Syria has garnered support from America’s allies, like England, France and Germany. Lawmakers in Washington also largely support the move.

Many of Trump’s fans, though — especially his most prominent and vocal supporters — are feeling disenchanted.

Trump ran on an isolationist platform, promising to put “America first” and speaking out against US intervention in conflicts around the world.

Now, to some, it seems like he’s moving in the opposite direction.

“What Trump did was nothing less than a betrayal, a betrayal of his supporters, of his message ‘America first,’ of his promise to be different, to learn from the mistakes of the past and chart a new course,” alt-right leader Richard Spencer told The Atlantic. “I’ll wait and see, of course, but I’m not sure I can continue to support him. Most all of the alt-right feels the same way.”

On Twitter, many other commentators have expressed similar sentiments:

But off of Twitter, another Trump supporter, Lou Mavrakis, says he doesn’t care all that much about what the president does in Syria. He cares much more about what Trump does in America.

“I don’t want to be the ‘9-1-1’ of the world,” Mavrakis says. “I want to worry about my own situation.”

Mavrakis is the mayor of Monessen, a steel town in southwestern Pennsylvania. He voted for Trump because he hoped the president would reinvigorate his struggling his city. He was counting on Trump to support new infrastructure and bring back jobs.

But so far things have not changed much.

“I’m 75 years old. I’ve been patient, but I don’t have much time to live,” says Mavrakis. “I mean how much longer can I live? Something’s gotta trickle down to me.”

Still, the mayor has not given up on Trump just yet.

“It’s early in the game,” he says. “Let’s give a guy a chance.”

“Whatcha Packin'”: Michelle Visage Sits Down With This Week’s Eliminated Queen

"It is season of the fish!"
From: NewNowNext
What happens on RuPaul’s Drag Race doesn’t stay on RuPaul’s Drag Race.

 In the latest episode of Whatcha Packin’, squirrel friend and tough nut Michelle Visage sat down with this week’s eliminated contestant, Vegas queen Kimora Blac, to chat about the season 9 competition—and gag over which gown she would have worn in the finale.

Kimora, who says she’d auditioned for the show three times, also reveals that her name is a nod to Baby Phat designer and reality TV diva Kimora Lee Simmons.

What would Ms. Blac do differently if she were to compete on All Stars?

“I would definitely take advantage of what the judges have told me,” she says. “I came in with this attitude of, ’I’m fishy, I got this, I’m going to somewhat rely on my body.’ But as soon as I got in… I was like, ’Damn, I haven’t seen so many gorgeous girls in one room!'”

Watch the full interview below.

RuPaul’s Drag Race airs Fridays at 8/7c on VH1.

Testimonies of gay men arrested in Chechnya, Russia

From: OMG
Russian newspaper Novaya Gazeta has published a follow-up article to their initial report on the arrest, abuse, and alleged killing of LGBT citizens in Chechnya, Russia. The new, in-depth article [warning: disturbing images] cites testimonials submitted to a Russian LGBT hotline by victims who claim they were subjected to abuse in a secret prison in the Chechen city of Argun (shown above).

Their experiences range from repeated beatings with sticks to electroshock torture as well as being denied food. Witnesses claim to have seen others beaten to death. They report that their phones were taken and left turned on so that any acquaintances who might call could also be rounded up by police.

The official response of the Chechen government is chilling:

“Men in Chechnya lead a healthy lifestyle, practice sports and have only one [sexual] orientation, defined since humankind creation. There are no other orientations in Chechnya,” the head of the Chechen interior ministry’s press service, Magomed Deniev, told RIA, adding that his statement is supported by “high birth rate” in the region. “If there were such people [gays] in Chechnya, law enforcement would not have any issues with them, because their relatives themselves would be sending them to places from where no one returns.”
So, basically if you’re gay in Chechnya and the police don’t find you, the government will rely on your family to either exile or kill you. The response from Vladimir Putin’s federal government so far has been tepid and mainstream Russian media has not yet acknowledged the validity of these events.

We have no reason to doubt the investigative reporting of Novaya Gazeta, a respected publication that we see as Russia’s version of The Guardian, and we encourage you to share the story of these victims to help raise international awareness and pressure.

Wife of Pulse nightclub gunman to return to Florida to face federal trial

From: ABC News
Noor Salman, the wife of Orlando nightclub gunman Omar Mateen, has given up her extradition fight and will return to Florida to face the federal charges against her.

Salman, who was arrested by the FBI in San Francisco in January, signed a document Monday agreeing to the transfer. As of Wednesday morning she was still being held at the Santa Rita jail in Dublin, California.

The U.S. attorney's office claims Salman aided and abetted her husband's "provision of material support" to the terrorist group ISIS, also known as ISIL.

Salman is also accused of misleading federal agents and Fort Pierce, Florida, police officers who questioned her about Mateen's attack at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando on June 12, 2016. She has pleaded not guilty.

The nightclub attack killed 49 people; Mateen was killed in a police shootout after the attack.

First responders are seen in front of a police tent near
the area of the mass shooting at the
 Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Fla., June 12, 2016.
After Salman was granted conditional release by a California judge, a judge in Florida revoked her bail. She is expected to remain in custody until her trial.

Dish of the Day #124

 APRIL 9, 2009
From: Deep Dish

U.S. Sends Navy Strike Group Toward Korean Peninsula, Says Official

“We feel the increased presence is necessary,” the official said, citing North Korea’s worrisome behavior.
From: Huffington Post
The aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70) transits the Pacific Ocean January 30, 2017.
(U.S. Navy Photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Tom Tonthat/Handout via Reuters)
A U.S. Navy strike group will be moving toward the western Pacific Ocean near the Korean peninsula as a show of force, a U.S. official told Reuters on Saturday, as concerns grow about North Korea’s advancing weapons program.

Earlier this month North Korea tested a liquid-fueled Scud missile which only traveled a fraction of its range.

The strike group, called Carl Vinson, includes an aircraft carrier and will make its way from Singapore toward the Korean peninsula, according to the official, who was not authorized to speak to the media and requested anonymity.

“We feel the increased presence is necessary,” the official said, citing North Korea’s worrisome behavior.

The news was first reported by Reuters.

In a statement late Saturday, the U.S. Navy’s Third Fleet said the strike group had been directed to sail north, but it did not specify the destination. The military vessels will operate in the Western Pacific rather than making previously planned port visits to Australia, it added.

This year North Korean officials, including leader Kim Jong Un, have repeatedly indicated an intercontinental ballistic missile test or something similar could be coming, possibly as soon as April 15, the 105th birthday of North Korea’s founding president and celebrated annually as “the Day of the Sun.”

Earlier this week Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping met in Florida, where Trump pressed his counterpart to do more to curb North Korea’s nuclear program.

Trump’s national security aides have completed a review of U.S. options to try to curb North Korea’s nuclear and missile programs. These include economic and military measures but lean more toward sanctions and increased pressure on Beijing to rein in its reclusive neighbor.

Although the option of pre-emptive military strikes on North Korea is not off the table, the review prioritizes less-risky steps and de-emphasizes direct military action.

Trump spoke with South Korea’s acting President Hwang Kyo-ahn on Friday, the White House said on Saturday in a statement which did not mention the strike group.

Sports Sunday: Roubaix, Tennis, the NBA and No Olympics

From: Speed o Rex

 Cycling in France:   After the cobbled climbs of Flanders, the World Cycling Tour’s Classics hard men turn their attention to 257 kilometers of race, including many sections of bone-shaking pavΓ© of Paris-Roubaix today, Palm Sunday.  Alongside being Classics legend Tom Boonen’s final professional race, the Hell of the North is sure to throw up plenty of enthralling action across sectors such as the feared Arenberg Forest.  Boonen calls this "the best race in the world," and he has won Paris-Roubaix four times since becoming involved with pro cycling in 2002, so he should know.  It all leads up to a grandstand finish on the Roubaix Velodrome, where Mat Hayman emerged as a surprise winner last time out.  Race conditions are expected to include a strong tailwind, about 70 (20C) degrees, and dry conditions, meaning a faster race.  Because of this, the start of the race has been delayed 15 minutes.  At least the pavΓ©, or much feared cobblestones, will be dry, and there won't be so much mud.  Congratulations Tom Boonen!  Have a good retirement! 

 The Davis Cup, self styled the World's Cup of Tennis, takes place each year over four weekends.  Yesterday it looked as if France and Great Britain were heading for a draw, but France prevailed, and now Great Britain is eliminated from Davis Cup after a 3-0 quarter-final defeat by France, as Jamie Murray and Dom Inglot lost in the doubles.  France will now face Serbia - who beat Spain 3-0 in Belgrade with the help of world number two Novak Djokovic - in the

semi-finals in September.  France have astonishing strength in depth and the fact they have not won the Davis Cup since 2001 is one of the most painful subjects in French sport.  In Belgrade, world number two Novak Djokovic helped Serbia to victory in their last-eight tie against Spain.  Elsewhere Italy kept their semi-final hopes alive with victory in the doubles over Belgium in Charleroi.  Italy now trail 2-1 going into Sunday's reverse singles.  USA also turned the momentum in their quarter-final clash with Australia in Brisbane.  Sunday's action includes the USA and Australia:  Nick Kyrgios (Aus) vs Sam Querrey (USA), and Jordan Thompson (Aus) vs John Isner (USA).

In the United States, it is almost time for the playoffs of the National Basketball Association.  Both the Eastern and Western Conferences have playoff spots up for grabs leading into the final few games of the regular season.  The Trail Blazers are in the driver's seat for the No. 8 seed in the Western Conference after beating Minnesota.   Atlanta, Milwaukee, Chicago, Indiana, Miami and Charlotte are still alive to grab one of the final four playoff spots in the Eastern Conference, but they all look good for possible post season play. 

For many decades, the National Hockey League, featuring teams in both US and Canada, has placed a pause in it's already long and sometimes tedious schedule on Olympics years, allowing players, who come from many countries, to return home to play for their home countries' teams.  The NHL announced Monday that it will not participate in the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea, saying it sees no tangible benefit, read no profit,  in halting its season for three weeks next February despite clear signs from the world's best players that they want to go.  Players immediately blasted the decision, showing just what a boneheaded move this was.  Disappointing news, (the NHL) won't be part of the Olympics 2018. A huge opportunity to market the game at the biggest stage is wasted," tweeted New York Rangers goaltender Henrik Lundqvist, who won the 2006 Olympic gold medal with Sweden.  Indeed, other leagues have seen their international popularity spread greatly after participation in the Olympics, notably China and the NBA. 

13 LGBT Superheroes To Watch Out For

Here they come to save the day!
From: NewNowNext
 2017 is bringing a tide of LGBT comic-book characters and story lines—some are existing characters moving to the forefront, others are new creations, and some have just burst out of the four-color closet.

From DC and Marvel to independent publishers, here’s a rundown of queer characters to look out for in 2017.

The Ray

This light-powered hero has been a part of DC Comics since 1940, but he’s being revamped for the CW Seed’s Freedom Fighters: The Ray, where he’ll be the first openly gay superhero in an animated show.

In comics land, The Ray (real name: Ray Terrill) will be joined the Justice League of America in February. Before that, he’ll got a one shot, reintroducing the character to the DC Universe.

It was written by queer JLA writer Steve Orlando (Supergirl, Midnighter and Apollo) and drawn by Stephen Byrne (Green Arrow).

Evidence, 2012


From: Bear World
 Matt Harvey 
New York Mets

7 Things You Absolutely Must Do At DragCon 2017

From: NewNowNext
Find Inspiration

RuPaul’s keynote address is always the big draw, so make you get to the closing ceremonies early.

RuPaul’s DragCon takes place April 29 and 30 at the Los Angeles Convention Center.

36 Fetishes Every Gay Man Should Know

From: The Advocate

The fetishization of "adult babies" is hard to separate from kink practice of acting like a baby or infant, which many adults are into and which typically involves them wearing diapers. The terms get tricky here, Wearing diapers would be considered a kink, but erotic stimulation from diapers in general, regardless if you wear them, makes them fetish objects. This fetish may or may not be related to feces (see # 33).

Here Comes Peter Cottontail.....

19 Inspiring Trans People-Currently In Sports-You Should Know About

From: OutSports

The bodybuilder and weightlifter opened eyes when she transitioned publicly. A successful bodybuilder as a man, she is now continuing her career as a woman.

Cosmo Centrefolds 2011

From: Cosmo UK
People are calling this actor 'the next Johnny Depp.' We're calling him our next boyfriend.

Thomas Hunter Campbell McDonell (born May 2, 1986)[is an American actor, musician, and artist, best known for his role as Finn Collins on the CW post-apocalyptic series The 100.

History's 125 Hottest Gay-Porn Stars:

From:  Boy Culture
More hair on his head than on the entire rest of my body
Cody Foster 
Liver Cancer

If someone's gonna be gay-for-pay, it's at least polite to bottom—and bodybuilder Cody Foster did that all over town. Was great at being orally prepared for that as well, which is a subtle art, to be sure. Loved his giant hairdos, which were erotic because he wore them without irony. A quintessential perf was in Malibu Pool Boys (1991).

Cosmo Centrefold Hall of Fame

From: Cosmo UK
 England Cricket Boys
James Anderson, Stuart Broad and Alastair Cook

365 Groovy Books Worth Reading

From: Deep Dish
The Other  
Thomas Tryon

Tryon's 1971 debut novel about 13-year-old identical twin brothers is effectively creepy, and it was made into a 1972 film starring Uta Hagen, Diana Muldaur, Victor French and John Ritter.

40 Musical Reasons Why Dolly Parton Is A Groundbreaking Genius, In Chronological Order

From: OMG
Backwoods Barbie 

Sums Dolly up perfectly: “I might look artificial, but where it counts, I’m real.”

Cosmo Centrefolds 2010

From:  Cosmo UK
Danny Young
Morning glory
Who wouldn't mind waking up to this?!

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