When the United States, was founded, our Founding Fathers, determined and believed, there was a need, for a tripartite, system of government, with a balance of power, between the Executive, Legislative, and Judicial branches of government. Perhaps this is one of the reasons: there is so much attention, presently, being paid to filling the vacancy, presently occurring on the United States Supreme Court.
Today we’ve got a throwback to some lads behaving badly, another Morning Joe blunder, Britney Spears singing-ish and more.
Those observing International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers on December 17, will appreciate the groundbreaking book, Transgender Sex Work and Society published earlier this year by LGBTQ scholarly publisher Harrington Park Press.
Same-sex marriage was legalized in New Jersey in October of 2013. The US Supreme Court gave it nationwide status in June of 2015. Prior to those dates Civil Unions and Domestic Partnerships were the only way for a same-sex couple to enter into a marriage like legal agreement. After becoming a legal option for gay and lesbian couples in New Jersey, almost three thousand same-sex couples exercised their right to marry in the first six months of legalization.
So 50 years ago, 27th July, the Sexual Offences Act 1967 received royal assent, partially decriminalizing homosexuality and starting along a difficult journey to end discrimination and harassment of LGBT people.
Today we’ve got shiny new Santa bulges, a memoir made specifically for our teen-aged angst, a new record for Freddie Mercury, and more.
What five things should you be talking about today? We’ve got an ode to the Tumblr of 2011, RuPaul going abroad, a trans bodybuilder in India, and a teaser for the first in a couple ot new Pale Panda interviews.
What five things should you be talking about today? We’ve got LiLo on the rise, Murphy giving back, and the Trump administration continuing to be assholes about queer rights. Oh, and two perfect bubble butts on display.
What five things should you be talking about today? We’ve got two Georges, active gayness, Will, Grace, bulges, and more!