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December 27, 2016

George Michael’s Death



 Fadi Fawaz, George Michael’s last partner and it definably shows Michael always had good taste on Men 






New details surrounding George Michael's death have been revealed.

The "Careless Whisper" singer's boyfriend, celebrity hairstylist Fadi Fawaz, announced on Twitter Monday that was the one who discovered the 53-year-old pop icon's dead body in his Oxfordshire home on Christmas Day. "ITs a xmas i will never forget finding your partner dead peacefully in bed first thing in the morning.." Fawaz tweeted. "I will never stop missing you xx."

Fawaz opened up to the U.K.'s The Daily Telegraph Tuesday in his first interview since Michael's passing. "We were supposed to be going for Christmas lunch. I went round there to wake him up and he was just gone, lying peacefully in bed," he said. "We don't know what happened yet."

Michael's rep said the singer died of heart failure and passed away "peacefully." Investigators later told E! News there were no suspicious circumstances surrounding the pop singer’s death.

October 1, 2016

Married Conservative Louisiana Politician Outed with 17 Yr Old Boy





 L) Mike Yenni R)Alex Daigle and he’s 19 now


A married conservative politician from Louisiana has been outed for allegedly dating a 17-year-old boy he met at a Catholic high school.

The FBI is currently investigating allegations that Jefferson Parish President Mike Yenni sent sexually explicit texts to the teenager he first met at a Catholic high school function last year. The encounter, which happened in the middle of Yenni’s successful 2015 campaign to become Jefferson Parish President, was confirmed by the teenager. Yenni, 40, was the  mayor of Kenner at the time.


WWL-TV reports that FBI agents have interviewed at least four individuals about the sexually explicit text messages between Yenni, 40, and a young man who was 17 at the time and is now 19.
The teen tells WWL-TV that a mutual friend, who was 19 at the time, helped Yenni connect with him.

The teen says they began texting and talking on the phone, but soon after, the politician came to visit him at his job at a mall food court. Yenni, who is married and has a young child, arranged to meet the teen in a mall bathroom where he gave him some designer underwear to try on. They kissed briefly.
The texting progressively became more explicit over time.

WWL-TV adds:
The youth provided WWL-TV what he says are copies of the text exchanges that were recovered after they were deleted, on the condition that the station not directly quote from them. Printouts of the messages appear to indicate they came from a cell phone account linked to Yenni in multiple online search engines. WWL-TV called the number in June and got the same outgoing voicemail message, featuring Yenni’s voice, as could be heard on Yenni’s official parish cell phone at the time.
The phone listed on the printouts of the text messages is not billed to taxpayers.

According to printouts of those texts, Yenni tells the teen he wants him naked.

Days later, Yenni writes to ask the 17-year-old if he’s worn the underwear Yenni bought him. Yenni says he wants to see him model it.

Then Yenni texts the teen to say he wants to perform a sex act on him that night.

The youth, who is openly gay and is now in college, said in an interview with WWL-TV that he wants to expose Yenni’s behavior because he finds it disturbing.

While the youth was initially flattered and intrigued by Yenni’s overtures, he said the texts and phone conversations began to make him uncomfortable, such as one proposing three-way sex with him and the 19-year-old mutual friend.

“He asked me to go with him to his house in Oxford (Mississippi),” the youth said, where records show Yenni owns an apartment there. “Also, the way he would describe the sexual things he wanted to do to me. And he asked me to be a secretary or assistant in his office; that way I could be with him and not be questioned.”

Just a few weeks after the sexting began, in June 2015, the teen says he broke off communication and blocked Yenni’s number.

Yenni has not been charged with a crime, but WWL-TV notes that Yenni could face federal charges:
Under Louisiana law, the age of consent is 17, meaning Yenni would have committed no crime if he had had sex with the youth – something the youth said did not happen. But ironically, one question is whether Yenni’s texts proposing such activity could violate a federal law designed to protect children under 18 from obscenity.

The federal law bars the use of a telecommunications device for “the transmission of any comment, request, suggestion, proposal, image, or other communication which is obscene or child pornography, knowing that the recipient of the communication is under 18 years of age, regardless of whether the maker of such communication placed the call or initiated the communication.”

Former U.S. Attorney Harry Rosenberg speculates that may be the law the feds have been looking into.

The law has been challenged in the past, and upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court, Rosenberg noted. Still, it’s rarely invoked, both because obscenity can be hard to define – and is often defended as free speech under the First Amendment – and because it’s hard to prove the sender knew the recipient was under 18.

As to whether Yenni knew how old the youth was, the teenager says he established his age in one of his first phone conversations with Yenni.

“It was the phone call where he told me who he was, and I told him I was 17,” the youth said.

Yenni’s response, according to the teen, was: “I know the laws.”



September 17, 2015

Boys Who Like Boys [UK Survey* Where do they learn to have sex?Do they know PrEp?]



                                                                        
pic: etsy.com

Access to useful and relevant information about sex, relationships and HIV at a young age is crucial to HIV prevention; this is particularly important for men who have sex with men (MSM) who are at greater risk of acquiring HIV. Where young MSM source this information will influence their understanding and their ability to make informed decisions which support their sexual health and wellbeing.

Despite this, little is known about where young.
MSM learn about sex, relationships and HIV and how they feel about the information they receive. This knowledge gap is of concern, given that in 2013 new HIV diagnoses among MSM in the UK reached a record high.

Among younger MSM (aged 15 to 24), HIV diagnoses have doubled in 10 years. This increase is partly due to the fact that more MSM are testing for HIV but also because rates of HIV transmission remain high.

Young MSM are also more likely to experience a range of other health issues3, for example, poor mental health and problematic drug and alcohol use. These factors not only impact on individual well-being but have also been associated with HIV transmission risk behavior.

For this reason NAT (National AIDS Trust) carried out a survey of young MSM asking them where they looked for information about sex, relationships and HIV and how helpful they found the information they received. The survey also looked at respondents’ knowledge of HIV and experience of sex and relationship education in school. With over 1,000 respondents, ‘Boys who like boys’ is the largest survey of this kind ever conducted in the UK.

This report provides a summary of the survey’s
key findings as well as a series of recommendations to improve information, advice and support for young MSM.

The online survey was designed by NAT after extensive background research and consultation with academics and professionals working with young MSM. It was piloted with a group of young MSM accessing an LGBT support service in Brighton.

The online survey method was chosen as the most cost-effective way to reach a large number of the target population. This approach also allowed respondents to be anonymous which was particularly important considering the perceived sensitivity of the topics covered and the young age of the targeted population.

The survey was promoted between April and June 2014 through a broad range of channels (both offline and online) including social networking apps and websites, Facebook advertisements, the LGBT media, and organizations and services working with young people throughout the UK.

Survey eligibility

To be eligible to take part, respondents had to identify as male (including trans men), be aged between 14 and 19, and be attracted to men. This included men who are attracted to women as well as men.4

Survey demographics

Twenty seven percent of respondents were aged 14 to 15, 48% were aged 16 to 17 and 25% were aged 18 to 19 (see graph 1). Eighty three percent of respondents were from England, 8% from Scotland, 5% from Wales, and 4% from Northern Ireland (see graph 2). The majority of participants identified as white (91%) with 8% identifying as either black, mixed or another ethnicity.
Survey analysis
This report is a summary of key findings from completed surveys only. Over 3,500 people began the survey but many were ineligible to take part based on the eligibility criteria. Nearly 3,000 people were eligible and began the survey, but only 1,096 completed it. Those who were ineligible or did not complete the survey were excluded from the analysis. We disaggregated the data by age groups and by how respondents identified to see if there were any differences between these groups.


Age of respondents
18-19 14-15 25% 27%
16-17 48%

Regional distribution of respondents

Scotland
8%
N. Ireland
4%
83%
Respondents: 961
England
Wales 5%

 Due to the low number of respondents who identified as trans men, we were unable to disaggregate the data by gender identity to explore whether there were any differences between trans men and cisgender men. We recognise that trans men may have specific as well as similar needs, and this requires more targeted and tailored research. However, many of the survey’s findings will be relevant to all those who identify as male, including trans men.

Sexual orientation and sexual identity
over a third of survey respondents stated that they were attracted to both men and women.

Fifteen percent of survey respondents identified as something other than gay or bisexual, with 10% identifying as straight / heterosexual and 5% identifying as ‘something else’.

Respondents who identified as straight / heterosexual were significantly less likely to have looked for all types of information, advice or support.

Sex and relationships education (Sre) at school
three quarters of survey respondents had not received any information, advice or support about same-sex relationships and attraction in SRE.

A third had not received any information on HIV transmission and safer sex in SRE.
Over two-thirds had not received any information on HIV testing.

Bullying and discrimination

Over half (55%) of survey respondents had experienced bullying and discrimination because of their sexual orientation.

Of those who had, 99% had been bullied or discriminated against by a pupil at school and over a third (39%) had been bullied or discriminated against by a teacher or another adult at school.
three quarters had been bullied or discriminated against by someone on-line (including apps, forums or social media).

Where do young MSM look for information?

Over half of survey respondents had not looked anywhere for information, advice or support about HIV.

Being too embarrassed was a common reason selected for not looking for information on each topic.
Websites with information and advice and gay lifestyle / community publications were very common sources for all topics of information. The majority of respondents rated them as helpful or very helpful.

Pornography was the most common source where respondents looked for information about enjoyable sex. A notable proportion of respondents rated pornography as helpful or very helpful.

A teacher or another adult at school, and someone at a sexual health clinic, were both common sources where respondents looked for information about HIV. the majority of respondents rated these sources as helpful or very helpful.

When respondents were asked how they would like to receive information about HIV in the future, the results changed, with a gP being the most common choice.
A notable number of respondents also looked for information from people they knew, such as a friend, brother or sister, or a boyfriend or casual partner.

What types of information would young MSM value more of?
nearly three quarters of respondents (73%) would value more information about relationships and being attracted towards other guys.

Over two thirds of respondents (68%) would value more information about ways to have sex that you enjoy with another guy.

Over half of respondents (53%) would value more information about being bullied or treated unfairly because you’re attracted towards other guys.

 
hIv knowledge

Over a quarter of survey respondents (27%) did not know or were not sure that ‘HIV can only
be passed on through semen, vaginal and rectal fluids, blood or breast milk’.

Almost a third of survey respondents (29%) did not know or were not sure that ‘You cannot get HIV through any kind of kissing, because saliva does not pass on HIV’.

Nearly three quarters of survey respondents (71%) did not know or were not sure that ‘If you think you have put yourself at risk of getting HIV you can take a drug called PEP, which can prevent HIV infection if taken within 72 hours.’

Sixty per cent of survey respondents did not know or were not sure that ‘Guys who have sex with other guys are recommended to have an HIV test at least once a year’.

Seventy five per cent of young MSM did know that ‘In the UK, it is against the law to treat anyone unfairly, based on their sexual orientation. For example, because you are a guy who is attracted towards other guys’.

Source:

National AIDS Trust: Boys Who Like Boys
by
James Hanson
and
Lord Norman Fowler
As Secretary of State for Health in 1986, I was responsible for the first campaign to educate the British public about HIV. Now, nearly thirty years on, access to information about HIV, sex and relationships still remains vital to prevention.Young MSM are also more likely to experience a range of other health issues3, for example, poor mental health and problematic drug and alcohol use. These factors not only impact on individual well-being but have also been associated with HIV transmission risk behaviour.For this reason NAT (National AIDS Trust) carried out a survey of young MSM asking them where they looked for information about sex, relationships and HIV and how helpful they found the information they received. The survey also looked at respondents’ knowledge of HIV and experience of sex and relationship education in school. With over 1,000 respondents, ‘Boys who like boys’ is the largest survey of this kind ever conducted in the UK.This report provides a summary of the survey’skey findings as well as a series of recommendations to improve information, advice and support for young MSM.
                                                                   -*-
Public Health England. (2014), HIV in the United Kingdom: 2014 Report: https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/377194/ 2014_PHE_HIV_annual_report_19_11_2014.pdf2 Public Health England. Prevention Groups HIV data tables – Table 9: HIV diagnosed MSM seen for HIV care by age: https://www.gov.uk/government/statistics/hiv-data-tables3 Department for Health. (2007), Reducing health inequalities for lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people – briefings for health and social care staff – Briefing 3: Young lesbian, gay and bisexual people: http://webarchive.nationalarchives.gov.uk/20130107105354 / http://www.dh.gov.uk/prod_consum_dh/groups/dh_digitalassets/@dh/@en/documents/digitalasset/dh_078355.pdfMetro (2014), Youth Chances Summary of First Findings: The Experiences of LGBTQ young people in England: http://www.youthchances.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/YC_REPORT_FirstFindings_2014.pdf

November 12, 2012

Elmo’s Voice and Puppeteer Taking Leave After Alleged Relationship with Boy


Time  
Puppeteer Kevin Clash

The puppeteer who performs as Elmo on Sesame Street is taking a leave of absence from the popular kids’ show following allegations that he had a relationship with a 16-year-old boy.
Sesame Workshop says puppeteer Kevin Clash denies the charges, which were first made in June by the alleged partner, who by then was 23.
In a statement issued Monday, Sesame Workshop said its investigation found the allegation of underage conduct to be unsubstantiated. But it said Clash exercised “poor judgment” and was disciplined for violating company policy regarding Internet usage. It offered no details.
At his request, Clash has been granted a leave of absence in order to “protect his reputation,” Sesame Workshop says. No duration for the leave was specified. Clash has voiced and animated Elmo since the 1980s.

August 28, 2012

Calving Klein’s 69, Ex Boy, boy 22 Writing A Tell ALL Book!



Interested to know what came between Nick Gruber and his Calvin? Soon … you will know.
Gruber, Calvin Klein’s ex-boytoy, is writing a tell-all book about his tumultuous two-year relationship with the fashion designer, and after just days on the market it’s incited a bidding war in the publishing world.
The male model plans to share all the sordid details, and a source tells us there are two strong offers on the table with a third one on the way. It’s tentatively called, wait for it……”What Came Between Me and My Calvin.” Ha!


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February 26, 2012

The Picture Sheriff Babeu { in underwear } Sent To His Ex Boyfriend


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Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu is on the hot ropes after it was disclosed this week that he is gay and had an illegal immigrant as a lover (sextoy). It wouldn't be so bad however there are allegations of threats to his former companion and the sheriff has a staunch record nationally for opposing illegal immigration and reform of the archaic US immigration system. Paul Baeu is an Arizona Republican this itself speaks volumes - denial and hypocrisy. The insert photo is of the sheriff , perhaps one that he sends out to his unsuspecting victim's - which they are because they are only sextoys for a warped mindset like Paul's. It is evident in his texting to his former lover that he wanted to keep their affair secret - a threat in our opinion if you read the wording of the conversation. Paul has an penchant for ethnic sextoys and has an Adam4Adam profile which caters to those seeking ethnic companions. Sheriff Paul Babeu was forced out of the closet and rightfully so however we cringe at the prospect of any GLBT association coming to his defense or later exulting him as a victim when the Arizona GOP bigotry machine cranks-up the volume against him as they certainty will. Sheriff Paul Babeu is a liar and hypocrite end of story. Because he happens to homosexual ( one who was forced out) does not deem him worthy of any praise nor accolades in the imminent battle ahead for him, retaining his elected office as Pinal County's Sheriff. Stay Tuned.



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