There's a bright hair stylist in Australia who seems to have caught on to something: naked barbering. And, his name is Dick. From what I gather, Dick will not only cut and style hair, he'll shave other body parts for you wearing nothing but a jock strap. Some women go in weekly to have their hair blown out by Dick. Some men get a weekly scrotum shave.
Every day, men enter his studio and get completely naked. They climb into a harness, spread their legs wide open, and have their bungholes professionally manicured by the award-winning professional.
Savvy says the scrotum shave is his “most popular and erotic service,” sought by men both gay and straight.
“I’ve shaved straight guys’ balls before,” Saavy explains. “Straight guys who are really comfortable … they don’t give a shit. They’ll get their balls shaved. They know there’s nothing to it.”
They're filming a documentary about him, and his customers just rave.
“At this very moment Richard is shaving my balls and the end of my dick,” the customer says. “It’s an amazing feeling … The sensation of having someone else do it… is quite arousing.”
You can read more here. He credits his "mum" for his success and for teaching him about spirituality in order to prepare him for all this.
Gay/Straight Big Brother 16
I've posted about this all summer and now I have video proof. This article talks about how things have been either gay, straight, or whatever with some of the house guests on Big Brother 16. Frankie Grande, brother of singer Ariana Grande, is openly gay and adorable. He's been having a "bromance" with straight guy, Zach Rance, and flirting with just about every straight guy in the house this summer. And he's been getting responses that are interesting.
You can follow this link to several videos where they show how it's all happening. I have been watching regularly and I can't figure out whether they're gay baiting, just having fun, or really serious about what's happening. It's a game and in this case you can never be sure about anything that happens. These people are interested in one thing: winning the money.
As well they should be.
Sexual tensions reached a fever pitch in the house this week as live feed viewers were treated to an impromptu (and fully clothed, ugh) simulated threesome in the HOH bedroom. Watch in awe as houseguests Caleb Reynolds and Cody Calafiore make America’s gay dreams come true:
Facebook Anti-Gay Donation
You know how we're always hearing about Facebook being anti-gay because of the reports and blocks of gay content, and then Facebook deletes an LGBT profile page without even giving the user advanced warning? They did it to Del Shores this year and he made a huge deal out of it, which prompted Facebook's caring concerned reply that it was a mistake and they are not anti-gay. So this next link about Facebook donating money to an openly anti-gay politician makes you wonder just where they stand. Frankly, in this day and age when nothing is private anymore (thanks, in part, to Facebook) we all fall victim to guilt by association. Facebook is NOT immune to this.
Earlier this week, Q Salt Lake reported that Facebook, Inc. donated $10,000 to the campaign of Attorney General Sean Reyes on May 13, 2014, according to disclosures filed with the Utah Lieutenant Governor’s office.
Reyes recently made national headlines by fighting a court ruling that would legalize gay marriage in the state.
Here's Facebook's Reply:
Facebook has a strong record on LGBT issues and that will not change, but we make decisions about which candidates to support based on the entire portfolio of issues important to our business, not just one. A contribution to a candidate does not mean that we agree with every policy or position that candidate takes. We made this donation for the same reason we’ve donated to Attorneys General on the opposite side of this issue — because they are committed to fostering innovation and an open Internet.
It's typical of all their replies to anything LGBT related, and if you notice they make no bold statement about supporting gays.
It begs the question: just how far can you go these days with a spin? In Facebook's case, for gays this isn't about politics, money, or business for us. It's about the basic core of our existence. And you don't see people who actually support gay rights donating money to those who are fighting against gay rights. To reply that there's nothing personal about donating money like this makes no sense, and if it doesn't make sense the odds as it's not true.
Maybe it's time someone started an LGBTI friendly global social network and copied Facebook as much as it's legally possible to do.
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