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Tuesday, October 18, 2016
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Harry Peter's killer remains at large.
An openly gay Papua New Guinean man has allegedly been murdered by an extended family member because of his sexuality.
According to his close friend Tharani Rengessamy, Harry Peter of Alotau was killed by a relative in his family home earlier this month.
“Harry was a kind, compassionate man who had a positive influence on society,” she told Radio Australia’s Pacific Beat. “He was killed because he was gay.”
“An extended family member killed him late one night when he returned to his home,” she continued. “He was confronted…and accused of not being proper.”
She concluded: “The family member brought another member of his extended family into the dispute and in the end, Harry was bashed over the head … and he bled to death.”
In the aftermath of the horrific attack, Alotau’s LGBT community has been in a state of intense mourning over the loss of one of its brightest “social butterflies.”
“Even though Harry had such a positive impact on people’s lives…[some] couldn’t accept the fact that Harry was gay,” his friend remarked.
Rengessamy further explained that the population is now divided on the issue, with some condemning his death and others celebrating it.
“You’ve got the community that’s accepted the gay community, and you’ve got the community that is very happy [with] Harry’s death because they believe that [gay people]…should not exist.”
Though Papua New Guinea’s constitution includes many of the rights outlined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, LGBT individuals are still unprotected by the government, with homosexuality punishable by three to 14 years in prison.
This double standard has seemingly justified the halfhearted investigation local police have launched into Peter’s death, which Rengessamy says has all but stalled.
“It has been on the national news. Even then, nothing has happened with the police investigation,” she remarked.
Human rights activists have called on PNG’s government to intervene in the matter, imploring officials to protect the country’s LGBT community.
“This is a pure hate crime, a crime that is committed against a person because of his sexual orientation,” said Sulique Waqa of the Fiji transgender movement Haus of Khameleon.
“Now the PNG police need to be aware of this, so does the judiciary, the reporters and the prosecutors, and it has to be called out for what it is.”
If authorities continue to drag their feet on the issue, Rengessamy worries that it will motivate others to carry out violent hate crimes against the city’s gay citizens.
“The Alotau [LGBT community] is…in fear because the… person [behind] Harry’s death, is…out and about,” she said.
“They’re afraid that if he has killed once, what’s stopping him from killing again, and these people would be a prime target.”
“If the police don’t take this person into custody and [have a trial] according to state law,” she concluded, “it means that anybody who’s against [LGBT people] can kill.”
Since speaking out publicly in support of Peter, Rengessamy says she’s received a number of threats from members of the community who are demanding her silence.
“Two gentlemen came to my house, people who are well known in [Alotau]…and told me that if I don’t back off then the next person on the chopping block would be me,” she admitted.
“[But] I’m a true friend to Harry and I’m going to fight for Harry’s justice.”
Bobby Drake came out in a 2012 issue of "All-New X-Men"
Another LGBT superhero is getting his own comic book: Iceman, the mutant X-man who came out as gay last year, is getting a solo series from Marvel Comics.
The publisher hasn’t released many details—like the creative team or when the book will drop—but it did tweet out this image yesterday.
— Marvel Entertainment (@Marvel) October 17, 2016
A source at Marvel told NewNowNext, “it’s definitely real… and it’s definitely happening.”
The character (real name: Bobby Drake) was introduced more than 50 years ago in 1963’s The X-Men #1. There are actually two Icemans (Icemen?) in the Marvel Universe: The adult Bobby Drake whose been a member of the X-Men, the Defenders and the Champions, and a time-traveling young Bobby Drake, who only just joined the mutant team when he was yanked into the future.
Whether the new series will focus on young Iceman or his older counterpart—or both—remains to be seen.
In the recent All-New X-Men #13, the young Drake went out on the town with his teammates and made a love connection with a cute gay Inhuman named Romeo.
Thiel declared he was “proud to be gay” at this summer's Republican National Convention.
Internet billionaire Peter Thiel just wrote a check for $1.25 million to help Donald Trump’s flagging presidential campaign.
Thiel, who co-founded PayPal and was an early Facebook investor, is making the donation through a combination of direct contributions to Trump’s campaign and Super PACs, the Washington Blade confirms.
Thiel, 48, has also donated to Carly Fiorina’s failed presidential campaign, Utah Republican Mike Lee’ senate bid, and gay sheriff Paul Babeu’s House campaign in Arizona.
Though cagey on LGBT rights, Trump has promised supporters he would work to undo marriage equality and nominate Supreme Court justices whose politics align with the late Antonin Scalia.
In his convention speech in July, Thiel praised Trump’s views on foreign policy and the war on terror, and called issues like North Carolina’s bathroom bill “a distraction from our real problems.”
Earlier this year, he admitted he spent $10 million to finance several lawsuits against Gawker, which had outed him as gay in 2007. Faced with crippling debt, the blog shuttered in August.
“A story that violates privacy and serves no public interest should never be published,” said Thiel.
Frank Ocean missed a deadline for submitting his recent albums Blonde and Endless for Grammy consideration and is out of the running, Billboard reports:
A source confirms to Billboard that neither album was submitted for consideration by Ocean’s labels, management or other reps, even though both were released well before the 2017 Grammy eligibility cutoff date of Sept. 30, 2016.
Blonde (also known as Blond) — which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 for the week ending August 25 with 276,000 equivalent-album units, the third-largest total of the year — was released on Ocean’s own Boys Don’t Cry imprint, although many traditional label functions for the still digital-only release were handled by Apple Music. Whether the album was intentionally not submitted for the Grammys or an oversight took place — which may have been the case last year with Drake’s “Hotline Bling,” which also was not submitted — was unclear at press time.
The Grammys take place on February 12, 2017.
Former news anchor Jim Walker has opened up about his burgeoning career in the adult film industry as Dallas Steele.
44-year-old Walker, a former anchor for FOX, NBC and CBS, made the move into the adult entertainment industry 19 months ago after the death of his partner and being told by his network that he was “unlikable.”
C&C reports that Walker is happy to have moved away from his previous career because the stress of ratings was eating away at his health.
Walker has faced some criticism from commentators who have attacked his “mid-life crisis” career move but says he feels sorry for his detractors because “they’ve obviously decided at some point that there are limitations about who you can be and what you can do once you hit 40”.
Walker added that he is “much more successful in every measure” now and is “sorry if the haters have decided that gays over forty are supposed to put on the board shorts, move to the suburbs and settle down to bridge parties once per week.”
Watch Walker in his previous line of work, below.
And some more snaps of him, below.
— Dallas Steele (@DallasSteeleXXX) September 18, 2016
They may not have survived the movie, but they'll live forever in our fantasies
Halloween is here, and while we lament the fact that we’re way too old to trick-or-treat (do they even still make Reggie bars?), we do have one thing to get us in the holiday spirit: Our memories of horror movie hotties.
We may not be able to get a bagful of Kit Kats and Skittles anymore, but we can get plenty of eye candy with this list of thirteen of the hottest himbos. In fun size pieces!
David Decoteau’s Boxer Briefs Brigade
Director David DeCoteau (who also directs under many alternate names including Wilma Rubble, Victoria Sloan, Ellen Cabot and my personal favorite H.L. Smokum) has carved out his own unique niche in Hollywood.
His films include such titles as Voodoo Academy, The Brotherhood Series, Wolves of Wall Street, Beastly Boy, and too many others to name. And they all have one thing in common – hot guys in boxer briefs.
If there’s one thing you can be assured of in every Decoteau film, it’s that he’s going to find some way to get his male cast down to their underwear (sometimes for the majority of the running time). It’s bizarre, totally unnecessary … and hilarious.
And if you keep an eye out, you may see some familiar faces before they were well known, like Cory Monteith, Josh Henderson, Riley Smith, and above (far left), the latest inductee into the club, Graham Rogers, who’s currently starring as the caddish Caleb on the hit ABC show Quantico! You can’t escape your past, Graham
So far it’s been a rocky week for Colton Haynes: He lost thousands of dollars after his Hollywood Hills home was burglarized.
But what’s really upset him is the media’s coverage of the crime.
As Pink News reports, Haynes claimed on SnapChat that “even though someone broke into my house and stole a bunch of stuff, that’s not going to get me down.”
Gossip site TMZ leapt on the story, which displeased Haynes — as demonstrated by this follow-up Twitter post:
My home was broken into a few days ago & alot was stolen. I am ok. I don't understand why it's necessary that my personal info is on TMZ— Colton Haynes (@ColtonLHaynes) October 13, 2016
“My home was broken into a few days ago & a lot was stolen. I am ok,” he writes. “I don’t understand why it’s necessary that my personal info is on TMZ.”
As the gossip site reports, the thieves got away with “between $5,000 and $6,000 of property — including a television and computer.”
Commuters near lower Manhattan’s Bowling Green subway station fought over and toppled a obscene statue of Hillary Clinton that had been placed near a subway entrance, the New York Daily News reports:
The grotesque caricature of the Democratic candidate appeared outside the Bowling Green station during morning rush hour on Tuesday and shows Clinton with hoofed feet and a Wall Street banker resting his head on her bare breasts.The statue was up for less than 3 hours before an enraged woman toppled it over and started yelling at the statue’s creator…“To put something up like this in front of my work place…I shouldn’t have to see this,” she later told the Daily News, fighting back tears as she gestured toward the crude figure.
According to the paper, NYPD’s counterterrorism unit showed up and ordered the artist to take the statue down because he had no permit. The paper also said it was unrelated to a naked statue of Donald Trump which had been erected in Union Square in August.
Watch (possibly work-unfriendly – apologies for the Daily News’ autoplay clip):
Gays, lesbians and bisexuals are also more likely to seek out treatment.
A new report from the U.S. government indicates lesbian, gay and bisexual adults are much more likely to experience substance abuse than heterosexuals.
Research from the 2015 National Survey on Drug Use and Health reveals that 39% of lesbian, gay and bisexual people reported using some type of illicit drug in the past year, compared to 17% of heterosexuals surveyed.
Some 15% of LGB adults battled addiction, with less than 8% of their straight counterparts reporting the same.
Meanwhile, 37.4% of gay/bi adults reported suffering from mental health issues in the past year, compared to just 17% of heterosexual adults.
“This report offers unprecedented insight into the behavioral health needs of lesbian, gay and bisexual Americans— people critical to our community whose health concerns have often been overlooked,” says Kana Enomoto of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.
The data covers a wide variety of behaviors: Smoking rates were about 32% among gay/bi Americans, for example, compared to just under 21% for straight adults.
Fortunately, the rates for those seeking treatment were higher here as well: Among adults, 15.3% of gay and bi people were treated at specialty facility, compared with 10.6% of heterosexuals.
And 48.5% of LGB adults sought treatment for mental health versus 42.6% of straight people.
“Overall, I give the movie two thumbs up!” he said after listening to an eyewitness account of the 2012 Colorado movie theater shooting.
From: Huffington Post
From: Huffington Post
Saying offensive things seems to be a Trump family tradition.
CNN has uncovered recordings of Donald Trump Jr.’s interviews with radio shock jocks that show he didn’t fall far from the tree of his Republican presidential nominee father.
On the day in 2012 when a gunman killed a dozen people in an Aurora, Colorado, movie theater, Trump Jr. appeared on satellite radio’s “Opie and Anthony.” The hosts played a recording of a witness describing the carnage, to which Trump Jr. exclaimed, “Overall, I give the movie two thumbs up!”
In January 2012, Trump Jr. accused President Barack Obama of being racist by labeling others racists:
“I mean, so many people, you know, they’re just worried about, you can’t say something bad about Obama, not because you actually have a strong stance against his platform, but because that makes you a racist. Like, that in itself is racism. Like, it’s so, you know, it’s so ridiculous and that’s what we’ve become, and he’s played that card very well. And by the way, if I was in his shoes I’d be playing that card too, because you can get away with it in this country and we allow it.”
The recordings, unearthed by Andrew Kaczynski’s new K-file team at CNN, may come as no surprise to those following Trump Jr.’s statements during his daddy’s campaign.
Most recently, Trump Jr. said women who can’t handle sexual harassment shouldn’t be in the workforce.
Other doozies include:
He compared Syrian refugees to Skittles candies in September.
He said in September that if Republicans had done to their own candidates what the Democratic National Committee did to Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), the media would be “warming up the gas chamber right now.”
He said in 2012 that he has always been for gay marriage, “because it just meant more women for me!”
Editor’s note: Donald Trump regularly incites political violence and is a serial liar, rampant xenophobe, racist, misogynist and birther who has repeatedly pledged to ban all Muslims — 1.6 billion members of an entire religion — from entering the U.S.
“I plan to make this my best show ever."From: NewNowNext
Cher, the woman who can’t say “farewell” is hitting the road again—and this time she isn’t stumping for Hillary Clinton.
The living legend has announced a new show, Classic Cher that will launch in February 2017 at the Monte Carlo in Las Vegas before moving to the Theater at MGM National Harbor in Washington, D.C. the following month.
“I plan to make this my best show ever. I am extremely excited about both of these new theaters – they are state-of-the-art and beautiful,” she said on her website announcing the new stage show.
One can assume that “Classic Cher” means that she’ll be playing all of her greatest hits—but aren’t all of Cher’s songs classic?
For more info head over to Cher’s site.
In what is rapidly becoming an hourly occurrence, another male celeb has been caught in what can only be described as an inarguable state of complete and utter nakedness.
This time, it’s British comedian Josh Dommett, who formerly made a nude appearance on BBC show Impractical Jokers, so this isn’t exactly a stretch of seismic proportions.
Well, perhaps that’s putting it too gently. Let it suffice to say these videos will not be airing on television anytime soon. And we wouldn’t recommend checking them out at work unless you’re considering a career change, or want to give the HR Department something to do besides gossip.