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‘Grotesque scaremongering’: Nikki Haley decried for blaming teen suicidal ideation on trans kids

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GOP presidential candidate Nikki Haley is under fire for what some are calling “outrageous and fact-free,” and “unserious, untrue, and hateful” statements during her CNN town hall Sunday night, where at least one of her more attention-getting remarks is drawing anger and upset. Asked by CNN’s Jake Tapper to define the term “woke” as conservatives see it, Haley, according to Mediaite, replied: “There’s a lot of things,” which seemed to define her responses to several of the questions she was asked. “You want to start with biological boys playing in girl sports,” said the former Trump Ambassador…

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Elliot Page Shockingly Admits He had Secret Relationship With Kate Mara While She was Dating Max Minghelia

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Elliot Page is spilling the tea on his past relationships, including his secret romance with Kate Mara while she was dating Max Minghella.

Page dropped the bombshell in his new memoir, Pageboy, recalling: “The first person I fell for after my heart was broken was Kate Mara.”

Page and former partnerEmma Portner announced in January 2021 that they split after three years of marriage, having parted ways months prior to the news.

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“She had a boyfriend at the time, the lovely and talented Max Minghella,” Page spilled, going on to reveal that Minghella was supportive of his then-girlfriend exploring her relationship with Page — which occurred while he was filming 2014’s X-Men: Days of Future Past.

“I never thought I could be in love with two people and now I know I can,” Page said Mara told him.

Page — who publicly came out as gay in 2014 and as trans in December of 2020 — noted in his pages that their relationship occurred “right after I’d come out as gay and it was a time of exploration and also heartbreak.”

“I think my relationship, or whatever you want to call it with Kate, very much encapsulates a certain dynamic that I consistently found myself in, which was falling for people that — I think a lot of us do this — who aren’t fully available,” he speculated. “And the sort of safety in that and the highs and the lows and the serotonin bump, and then it goes away.”

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Noting this was “definitely a pattern in my life,” Page emphasized that he and Mara are still close. “I think the love and care that we have for each other is it’s very own special thing. Separate from the intimacy that I write about.”

Elsewhere in his tell-all, Page recounted an incident where he was verbally assaulted at a party by an A-lister.

In his chapter “Famous A**hole at Party,” the actor recalled an unnamed actor, whom Page described as an “acquaintance,” coming up to him at a birthday party in Los Angeles in 2014 and telling him “you aren’t gay. That doesn’t exist. You are just afraid of men.”

“I’m going to f**k you to make you realize you aren’t gay,” Page claimed of what the actor told him. He saw the same man a few days later at the gym, where he told the Juno star: “I don’t have a problem with gay people I swear.”

Page replied at the time: “I think you might.”

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People obtained excerpts from Page’s memoir.

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Gay rower Robbie Manson is the latest Olympian to join OnlyFans, and we’re not complaining

Olympian Robbie Manson posing shirtless on his bed.
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Hot Olympians keep joining OnlyFans

We’re not complaining!

On Monday, Olympic rower Robbie Manson announced he’s joining the platform to express himself artistically and earn extra money for training. The two-time Olympian, who represented New Zealand in the 2012 and 2016 Games, is aiming for Paris 2024.

In an essay for Outsports, Manson said he won’t veer into explicit content on his page; but rather, celebrate his self-expression.

“I joined OnlyFans. Now, before you jump to conclusions, let me clarify. My content on the platform is anything but adult entertainment,” he writes. “I promise no explicit content or shenanigans, just a fun and playful space where I can express myself creatively and promote body positivity, sensuality and self-acceptance.”

As we mentioned earlier, Manson isn’t the only Olympic athlete with a new OnlyFans presence. Diver Matthew Mitcham joined OF earlier this year, following in the footsteps of his boyfriend, Luke Rutherford.

Like Manson, Mitcham says he started his page to show more of himself to the world–tastefully, of course.

“The world isn’t sex-positive as it ought to be, in my opinion,” he told Outsports in February. “Celebration of the body. I think it’s a beautiful thing.”

There is now a pattern of Olympians from Commonwealth countries joining OnlyFans. Just last month, three divers from Team Great Britain started their own pages as well: Matty Lee, Daniel Goodfellow and Matthew Dixon.

One of their teammates, Jack Laugher, was already online.

“I’m using this space to share more frequent content, I always care way too much about what I post on my insta but here I know it’s a place where you wanna see more of me,” says Lee in his OF bio.

But Manson didn’t only create his page to share sultry content: there’s an economic component, too. After stepping away from rowing, he’s training for the next year’s Summer Games. He’s hoping some extra income from OnlyFans can help support him along the way.

Training for the Olympics takes a lot of time, and money.

 “I found a potential way to generate the financial support needed to fuel my Olympic dreams,” he writes. “After all, training for the Olympics requires dedication, hard work and, let’s be honest, financial support.”

Manson, 32, was supposed to compete in the 2020 Tokyo Games, but the event was postponed for a year due to COVID. During that time, Manson says he reassessed his life, and chose to prioritize his mental health.

But three years later, he’s back in.

“Little did I know that this return would reignite the fire within me, setting the stage for a comeback,” he writes.

Manson publicly came out as gay in 2014, after being out to friends and family for a couple of years. In his coming out essay, he says he used to think that coming out would end his athletic career. He found the idea to be “limiting” and “terrifying.”

It didn’t take Manson very long to realize he was wrong. Just two years later, he said it was the best decision he ever made.

“I have enjoyed the past four years more than the previous four and I think that has a lot to do with just being myself,” he wrote in a 2016 Outsports essay.

Free of burden, Manson experienced incredible success in the years immediately following his coming out. He broke a world record and won an international male athlete of the year award.

He was on such a mission, even a serious training accident couldn’t stop him.

After a few years away, Manson says his goal is to simply enjoy rowing again. “I may not have regained my physical peak from 2020 before retiring, but what I’ve discovered along the way is far more valuable — a renewed passion for rowing and a deep appreciation for the joy it brings. It’s not just about the destination; it’s about relishing the journey itself,” he writes.

Amen to that. While Manson relishes his journey, we will relish whatever he shares on OnlyFans–explicit or not. Anything to support an Olympian.

In a possible OnlyFans preview, scroll down for more pics of Manson and his chiseled build…

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Celebrity chef Ronnie Woo shows us self-indulgence and beauty go hand-in-hand

Celebrity chef and fitness influencer Ronnie Woo used to count calories. As a model, Woo was responsible for staying a specific size all of the time, and was chastised for even slightly deviating from preset expectations.

With that backstory in mind, you may be surprised to learn that Woo’s new cookbook, Did You Eat Yet?: Craveable Recipes From An All-American Chef, doesn’t just include run-of-the-mill recipes for roasted chicken and brown rice. Instead, the chiseled chef offers his take on comfort food classics such as turkey hot and sour soup and salted upside-down buttermilk banana cake.

Yes, food is fuel for the body. But eating is also supposed to be pleasurable, right?

Ronnie Woo in a black t-shirt holding a tray of food

“I like to stay in shape physically, but mentally too,” Woo told Men’s Health in a recent interview. “And I think in order to get to that balance, you have to give into your cravings once in a while. I tend to do five days of pretty healthy eating, and then one or two days a week of letting myself eat whatever I want.”

With an uncanny ability to make us both hungry and thirsty, Woo, 38, is a rising star in the culinary world. He’s been on our radar since hosting his own show on Logo TV, Food To Get You Laid, and often appears as a guest on talk shows ranging from The Rachael Ray Show to Good Morning America. Woo counts an array of A-listers, including Gwyneth Paltrow, Mindy Kaling, Jessica Alba and Charlie Sheen, as clients for his private catering company.

Unlike other famous TV chefs, Woo didn’t train at the world’s best kitchens or always dedicate his life to the culinary arts. His professional life hasn’t been linear–making him all the more relatable.

A former model, Woo left the industry to earn his bachelor’s degree at UCLA, and then obtained a Master’s degree in marriage and family therapy. He also has an MBA.

Woo credits his eclectic career with shaping his style as a chef. Ironically, he says modeling, where self-indulgence was prohibited, motivated him to get into the kitchen the most.

“My modeling career might have given me the most surprising lesson of all, which is that eating is one of life’s greatest pleasures, and I shouldn’t be in an industry that deprives me of joy, which in this case is delicious food,” he told Out. “When I was modeling, I would refrain from eating my favorite things just so I could fit into sample sizes, and it was pure torture.”

Nowadays, Woo doesn’t hesitate when he wants to treat himself–and doesn’t think you should, either.

“If I want a donut, I’ll have a donut! I just won’t have, like, a hundred donuts,” he told Men’s Health.

That’s an important message for gay men to hear. There is an outsized focus in pockets of the gay community on having six-pack abs and a chiseled chest, with countless influencers preaching their own versions of “nothing tastes as good as skinny feels.”

But Woo shows that self-denial isn’t the pathway towards beauty and success. That’s perhaps his greatest contribution of all.

While Woo lives openly on social media, he keeps some aspects of his life private. For example, he seldom shares photos of his husband, Doug. It isn’t necessary to display everything on social media, after all.

But when you do, you should make it count.

With a cookbook now under his belt, Woo’s career should only keep skyrocketing, and that’s a great thing. His brand of self-love is inspiring, comforting, and most importantly, delicious.

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Lady Gaga’s Abbey appearance, Noah Beck’s new undies, & a drag queen fortune teller

Check out the best NSFW looks from International Mr. Leather in Chicago, then catch up on the latest from Gay TikTok:

Lady Gaga danced at The Abbey.

@gavindhutt When you make eye contact with @ladygaga at the club. #ladygaga #gaga #littlemonster #hauslabs #haus #popicon #littlemonsters #Gagavideos #Sourcandy #eyes #chromatica #gagaiscoming #domperignon ♬ original sound – Gav

Wanda Sykes made a point.

@thekevinaustin #fyp #wandasykes #foryoupage #dragqueens #texas #tennessee #gay #Igbtqia #Igbtq ♬ original sound – KEVIN!!!

Betty Wetter defended the new Pride flag.

@bettywetter #pride #gay #flag ♬ original sound – Betty Wetter

Noah Beck launched a gender inclusive brand.

@noahbeckfinally. years of hard work and planning im so excited to announce the release of our gender-inclusive brand🫶 products up on the site and ready for order june 6th :))♬ original sound – noah beck

Bruno Alcantara wore pink.

@brunocalcantara Anyone hungry? #dragrace #allstars8 #fyp #ohpitcrew #lgbtq #rpdr @RuPaul’s Drag Race ♬ original sound – Bruno Alcantara

Tops and bottoms traveled together.

@papiandporfi Tops vs Bottoms. 😂 Porfi brings his whole closet and bathroom on trips 💀 Which one are you? #couplecomedy #comedy #traveling #gaytraveler #gaycouples #fitnesspapi #porfi #tops #bottom ♬ Monkeys Spinning Monkeys – Kevin MacLeod & Kevin The Monkey

Laverne Cox turned 51.

@lavernecox 51 years old today. Wow! Happy birthday to me. In this triumph or tragedy of the aging sex symbol, ( you pick) the obligatory birthday swimsuit is vintage #Dior by #JohnGalliano s/s 2001. And the coat is by my beloved #manfredthierrymugler f/w 1985. Finding this coat made me so very happy. I’m obsessed with vintage right now. Perhaps because I’m vintage. Lol … I feel like it’s a miracle that I’m still alive. To all my siblings out there, here’s to making it to another day despite all the efforts to keep us from doing so. Stay strong!! Hold on!!! … #TransIsBeautiful #BirthdayGirl ♬ original sound – Laverne Cox

Manu Rios wore a bare chest to Cannes.

@mtvuk Manu Rios has my heart ❤ #manurios #manu #cannes2023 #elite #mtvceleb ♬ Area Codes x Did It On Em by L BEATS – DJ L BEATS

RuPaul revealed a fortune.

@thejohndevereaux Because fortune telling is what? #rpdr #rupaul #dragrace ♬ original sound – John Devereaux

David Archuleta discussed his gym videos.

@rickycornish Replying to @cehhnym Asking the important questions. 😂🙈 #davidarchuleta #themaskedsinger #maskedsinger #gay #pride #pridemonth #lgbt ♬ original sound – Ricky Cornish

And Sasha Colby ushered in Pride Month.

@queerty Happy #Pride from #Mother: @Sasha Colby ❤🧡💛💚💙💜 #sashacolby #lgbtq ♬ original sound – Queerty*

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‘The Chosen’ Can’t Serve Both God And LGBT ‘Pride’ Activists

Popular Christian TV show “The Chosen” came under fire this week after a viewer spotted an LGBT pride flag on the set of the Bible-based series, in a video “The Chosen” posted to its YouTube account.

It’s unclear who placed the flag on the camera equipment or why it was allowed to stay there during shoots. What is perfectly clear is that “The Chosen” isn’t bothered by its presence.

“Just like with our hundreds of cast and crew who have different beliefs (or no belief at all) than we do, we will work with anyone on our show who helps us portray or honor the authentic Jesus,” the show’s official Twitter account replied after a viewer asked them about the flag. “We ask that audiences let the show speak for itself and focus on the message, not the messenger, because we’ll always let you down.”

For faithful Christians who are constantly assailed by radical LGBT propaganda every summer from every angle, “The Chosen’s” decision to defend the icon that brags of sins like sexual immorality and pride is a betrayal far bigger than “we’ll always let you down.”

It’s not even June yet and already, followers of Christ are hard-pressed to drink a beer or coffee, buy clothes, consume media, send our kids to schools, or cheer on baseball teams that haven’t explicitly allied themselves with a movement that blasphemes our creator and savior.

Now, even one of the few refuges Christians like me have from the world, a TV show about Jesus and his short time on Earth, chose to tacitly endorse LGBT propaganda.

Maybe a miniature pride flag on camera equipment shouldn’t discount the incredible work “The Chosen” team is doing in bringing the Gospel to life. The show’s unwillingness to do anything but endorse the flag on set, however, does.

In this day and age, there’s no such thing as moral neutrality. Unfortunately, the decision by “The Chosen” and its openly Christian creators not to stand with its audience against the aggressive agenda of rainbow activists means, in a way, it has taken a stand against them.

The statement from “The Chosen” appears to buy into the lie that the only way you can love others is to endorse their beliefs and behavior. In the eyes of faithful, biblical Christians, defending a flag that undermines the very heart of what God desires for his children isn’t loving. It’s a clear rejection of the life God calls us to live.

What “The Chosen” seems to forget is that the “authentic Jesus” they seek to portray in every episode of their show spoke up about the perversion of his Father’s world. In fact, he cleared a temple’s courts after he discovered that people had turned a sacred space into a place to make money.

“Stop turning my Father’s house into a market,” Jesus said after he disrupted the temple courts in John 2:16.

You don’t have to have perfect vision to see that corporations, especially during the summer, corrupt our world with their sinful goals. The last thing we need is for Christians — the salt of the Earth and the light of the world — to join them in giving up on preserving the truth in exchange for profit or faux peace.

Unfortunately, that’s already happening.

Chip and Joanna Gaines, the couple who built their brand around their identity as Christians, have stayed silent on their product partner Target’s decision to sell LGBT attire designed by a Satanist. Clayton Kershaw, pitcher for the Los Angeles Dodgers, also tried to excuse his team’s embrace of a semen-slinging sacrilegious group by highlighting a Dodgers-hosted “Christian Faith and Family Day,” only to offer delayed criticism of the pole dancing “nuns” later.

It’s deeply disheartening for Christians to see their once-faithful allies, like “The Chosen,” wobble in the face of conflict.

It’s unrealistic to expect “The Chosen” to only hire biblical Christian camera crews in an industry dominated by the godless, and it’s unrealistic to expect an all-out boycott on a show known for advancing the Gospel.

What’s not unrealistic is asking “The Chosen” to say they should have never allowed the LGBT flag, which has become a powerful symbol of the war on reality, on their Bible-based set in the first place. If the Christians writing, directing, and producing the show did that, they would have successfully stood by the millions of Christ-followers in the show’s audience by publicly rejecting an agenda that’s completely at odds with their purported message.

Instead, “The Chosen” opted for a vaguely worded statement that strongly implied they don’t have a problem with the LGBT agenda. 

Renouncing the LGBT movement’s creeping hold on American institutions is certainly a risk for a business but it’s one that, for Christians especially, is worth taking. Christ-followers shouldn’t have to pretend a pride flag feet away from a scene with Jesus’s disciples is unproblematic just because “The Chosen” says it is. Faithful Christians should and must voice their concerns whenever their city on the hill — churches, Christian influencers, and Christian media — crumbles every June.

If they don’t, they have also fallen into the trap of believing they can avoid taking sides in what has quickly become a religious war for souls.


Jordan Boyd is a staff writer at The Federalist and co-producer of The Federalist Radio Hour. Her work has also been featured in The Daily Wire, Fox News, and RealClearPolitics. Jordan graduated from Baylor University where she majored in political science and minored in journalism. Follow her on Twitter @jordanboydtx.

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Murray Hill on “Somebody Somewhere” and His Decades-Long Career in Showbiz

“To me, showbiz means the spotlight is on you. And not only is the spotlight on you, but you’re feeling the light. You’re feeling the light and then you’re giving the light.”

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Love Island contestant apologises for homophobic tweets: ‘I was really naïve’

Love Island star George Fensom has apologised for a series of homophobic tweets that resurfaced online just days before the 2023 season starts.

Fensom, a business development executive from Bradford, is part of the line-up of 10 singletons entering the Love Island villa in an attempt to find love in the ​​Mallorcan sun this summer.

Even before the series kicks off on Monday (5 June), the new contestant has found himself in hot water.

Resurfaced tweets – which were posted in 2014 when Fensom was 15 years old – saw the future Love Island star use homophobic slurs and the word “gay” as an insult, Cosmopolitan UK reported.

The tweets have since been deleted.

Shortly afterwards, people on social media discovered Fensom’s former partner had uploaded a TikTok video claiming he cheated on her and was “controlling”. 

Breaking his silence, Fensom said it was “really unfortunate” the tweets were brought up because that “isn’t the person that [he is] today”, the Huffington Post reported. 

“Looking back on those tweets, I was really naïve and really young to think that was the right thing to say,” Fensom said. “It’s obviously not the right thing to say on my behalf … That’s pretty much it really.”

Fensom said he’s continuing to learn and called on those saying he’s “not right for the villa” to remember that “everyone’s made mistakes”.

“Everyone has said things that they regret,” he said. “The difference in the way that I’ll defend myself is the way that I’m owning that and I’ve admitted that that was the wrong thing to say.”

The Love Island star continued: “And actually, if I could turn back time then I wouldn’t have said the things that I said. That’s all I can do to defend myself and say in this scenario.”

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George Fensom said his ‘game plan’ for Love Island is to go into the villa ‘just being exactly as [he is] on the outside’. (YouTube/Love Island)

George Fensom added it’s “really unfortunate” and “actually quite upsetting” to see the accusations made by his ex via TikTok. 

He says he wants to move “forward with things”, provide a “new wave of energy” and “prove that the things that have been written about [him] aren’t true” when he enters the villa. 

Speaking to The Sun, Fensom said he didn’t feel like he had a “point to prove” and that his “game plan” is to go into the villa “just being exactly as [he is] on the outside”. 

“I don’t need to act a certain way or dress a certain way or talk a certain way or change my vocabulary to impress people,” he said. 

“I’m just going to go in there with an open mind, and just be me and hopefully people will realise that is me. And that’s my game plan going in.”

Love Island starts on ITV2 on Monday 5 June.

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Gay rugby player Devin Ibañez & his boyfriend went to their first wedding together & looked absolutely adorbs

Fergus Wade (left) and Devin Ibañez (right).

Devin Ibañez is the first Major League rugby player to publicly come out as gay. From day one, he’s said it wouldn’t have been possible without the support of his loving boyfriend, Fergus Wade.

“I have no doubt that without Fergus I never would have had the resolve to put myself out there in this way,” Ibañez wrote on Outsports in 2021. “His love and support gave me a strength that I did not know I had.”

Over the last couple of years, Ibañez has chronicled his romantic journey with Wade on his popular Instagram account, “@thatgayrugger.” That’s where he shared their latest heartwarming update.

This week, Ibañez and Wade attended their first wedding together! They looked absolutely adorbs.

“This was mine and @ferguswade ‘s first wedding together (!!!) and a first glimpse into the madness of the Flynn’s/Wade’s on the dance floor,” he wrote, complete with a laughing face emoji.

“Perhaps more importantly though the first time we have ever been somewhere in a suit together and I think we look quite spiffy if I say so myself.”

Spiffy indeed! We love the bow-tie selections.

Ibañez played for the Major League Rugby team, the New England Free Jacks, during their exhibition 2019 season. He won a gold medal while representing Team USA at the 2017 World Maccabiah Games in Israel, and won the 2018 D1 National Championship with his club team.

He’s continued playing rugby in recent years, most recently with Richmond Rugby.

This year, Ibañez joined myGwork, the largest global business community for LGBTQ+ professionals and inclusive employers. He remains an advocate for LGBTQ+ inclusion in sports.

But just as importantly, Ibañez is living an open life. That wasn’t always the case. He dated Wade for three years before his coming out post. “After three years of being through everything imaginable together, it became more and more difficult to not feel comfortable publicly sharing stories of our love and adventures,” Ibañez wrote on Outsports.

The pandemic was especially hard on Ibañez. He lived in the Greater Boston area, and Wade lived in the United Kingdom. In his coming out post, Ibañez wrote it was “hard to not feel helpless and at times hopeless.”

In a subsequent interview with Queerty, Ibañez said that remaining closeted was taking a toll on his relationship with the man he loves.

“It just got to the point where we had the conversation a few times if [coming out] was something I was afraid to do because of backlash, or because I was ashamed of him,” he said. “You can have that conversation any number of times, but actions speak louder than words. So it started to impact me even more when I realized the impact it was taking on him.”

When Ibañez came out, he said the reaction from his teammates was “amazing.”

These days, Ibañez lives in London, but travels between the U.K. and U.S. He celebrated his five-year anniversary with Wade in January.

“Meeting Fergie in 2017 changed my perspective on what was possible for me,” he wrote on Instagram. “He stuck with me until I was confident enough to come out in rugby. He always reminded me it was my own journey and I needed to do what was best for me at my pace.”

Even Ibañez’s Instagram handle, “That Gay Rugger,” celebrates his life as an out and proud gay man. “I will proudly call myself ‘that gay rugger’ in hopes that one day it won’t sound strange in men’s rugby,” he wrote on Facebook. “I know that I am much more than just that gay rugby player, and more than just someone obsessed with rugby.”

That’s certainly true. Ibañez is an athlete, advocate, inspiration, family man and lover. He’s been on a remarkable path, and his partner is right by his side–through the highs and lows.

Scroll down for more pics of Devin and Fergus looking precious together. We see many more weddings in their future…

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NYPD Accidentally Paints ACAB on Their Pride Cop Cars

Some people think this is an “innocent” “mistake” but I think it is a stroke of subversive artistic genius.

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