Tag "Masculinity"

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A GAY MAN IS A MAN

So I was out with these guys. One of them was something I call a non-homophobic non ally. That is, he is not hateful towards the LGBT but is mostly

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Why Gay Men Should Worry More About Their Maturity Than Their Masculinity

Written by David Hudson and originally published on gaystarnews.com * I don’t tend to expect enlightenment from gay hook-up apps, but I was struck by the words I read recently

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Photo: The Masculine Ones Are Born On Grindr

All this aggression sha, how can it be good for this oga’s blood pressure?

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That Piece About Queer Feminists Wanting to Eliminate Masculinity

Originally published on cypheravenue.com “Right now the Black gay community is teaching Black gay men how to be better women.” I made this statement a couple of days ago on

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“Don’t call me gay, I’m a man!” Stefano Gabbana talks out of turn again

Oh goodness, here we go again. This guy sha knows how to mis-yarn. Stefano Gabbana, one-half of the always-subtle Italian fashion house Dolce & Gabbana, has struck another nerve. Actually,

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Daily Mail Claims Two Male Olympians Hugging Is Unmanly and the Internet Reacts

“Steady on chaps! Britain’s victorious synchronized divers hug for joy after winning gold – while China’s bronze medalists settle for a manly pat on the back.” So reads a recent

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Are Modern Gay Men Obsessed With ‘Seeming Straight’?

How many times have you seen the words “No Fems” on a guy’s Grindr profile and wondered if that applied to you? And how many times have you tried downplaying

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Korede Bello has apparently become the Nigerian Justin Bieber

I don’t mean the title in the terms of musical stardom. I mean that in the way the public has taken to taunting her – sorry, him as a girl.

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This Michael B. Jordan Photo in Vanity Fair Has People Upset — Here’s Why

A picture is worth a thousand words. And sometimes a lot of those words are homophobic. Last week, Vanity Fair published an interview with actor Michael B. Jordan and director

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Tweet Of The Day X

Dazzal! lol. And in the wake of that tweet, there were a few responses I caught.