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‘Bud Sex’ Is What Some Straight Guys Call Having Sex With Each Other

A sociology doctorate recently interviewed 19 men from white, conservative, rural areas about ‘bud-sex’, a heterosexual way of having gay sex.

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These 4 Politicians Aren’t Even Getting Their Own Families’ Votes in the U.S. Midterm Elections

You’d think the families of any candidate, conservative or liberal, would be surefire support, but that’s not always the case

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Hornet City Guides
The Hornet Guide to Gay Kansas City

Though Kansas City is growing, it will soon become one of America’s ‘It Cities’ — check it out now before it gets over-crowded

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Culture
It’s a Sweet Story How This Closeted High School Swimmer Ended Up With the Football Captain

A high school swimmer named Hunter Sigmund was closeted and scared until he came out to Jake Bain, the openly gay football captain — then they began dating

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News
This Missouri Assault Shows How Homophobia Hurts Straight People, Too

This Saturday, Allen Loftis gay bashed straight men at the Shady Gators nightclub in Missouri, because he ‘does not let gay stuff go on’

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Sports
Here’s How a Community Fought Back When Westboro Threatened to Protest a Gay High School Jock

When Westboro Baptist Church announced its plans to protest openly gay jock Jake Bain, his classmates were not having it

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News
The Latest Grisly Murder of a Trans Person Isn’t Being Investigated as a Hate Crime

The death of 17-year-old Ally Lee Steinfeld might seem like an anti-LGBTQ hate crime, but here’s why police aren’t calling it one

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HIV
This College Wrestler Just Got 10 Years in Prison for Failing to Disclose His Poz Status

Michael Johnson faced a sentence of 96 years for ‘recklessly infecting’ one man with HIV; he accepted a plea bargain for 10 years for having consensual sex

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Politics
With 7 States Pushing Anti-Trans Bathroom Bills, ACLU Vows to Fight Back

In a recently released statement, the ACLU promises to protect the rights of LGBTQ people in court, fighting discriminatory bathroom bills

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HIV
Court Overturns Conviction of Poz Man Charged Under HIV-Criminalization Laws

A judge recently overturned the Missouri-state conviction of a man who allegedly failed to tell his bareback partners about his HIV-status.

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