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September 22nd, 2020

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Coverboy RIP Justice Ginsburg

RIP Justice Ginsburg

 

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Rest in Peace — Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

By Daddy

Las Vegas — I'm much more disturbed by the passing of of Justice Ruth Ginsburg that I thought I would be. She was a leader in Woman's equal rights and a supporter of LGBTQ+ rights. She'll be almost impossible to replace.

I'm amazed that the republican party that blocked President Obama's nomination to the supreme court for almost a year now wants to put a new justice in place in a few days. The fight will be bloody as four republican Senators have indicated that they would be complying RBG's final wish: "My most fervent wish is that I will not be replaced until a new president is installed." A swing vote vote may be the Arizona's replacement for Senator John McCain who if democrat Mark Kelly wins the special election would be replacing a republican. A lot can happen in 42 days; I'm ordering one of the huge bags of popcorn!

The integration of the User Interface with the Component Object Model (COM) library has a good start at the coding however still needs to be tested. Learning more about the internals of Swift to get there. I'll need to write this one up as it would appear that I'd be the first to go there.

The chicken is still there as I contemplate a stuffing mixture. I'm thinking Yams, Pear, & Sausage. They each work well with each other but do all three? I'll start the stuffing in a skillet to put a sear on the Yams and Sausage and then on to stuffing and binding (did your mind just go into the gutter?) the chicken. I plan to use a sugar-free honey BBQ sauce that I found to be delicious on the outside.

Just in the nick of time! The cellular phone bill made in today, its due date. To all those that have donated, Thank you for your donations!. Any help is appreciated. Here's a link to the How to Donate Page

Out.com Logo RuPaul Wins Another Emmy

RuPaul Wins Another Emmy

By Mikelle Street

Hollywood — After putting on more Drag Race than ever before — that's the original, All Stars, Secret Celebrity Drag Race, Canada's Drag Race, Vegas Revue, and Drag Race Holland — and with RuPaul out and about — magazine features, a Saturday Night Live hosting gig, and game show spots — it looks like RuPaul is having his most successful Emmy season yet. (More)

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Supreme Court’s Most Pro-LGBT Justice Dies

By Lisa Keen

Washington — U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the justice with the most pro-LGBT voting record in the history of the court, died Friday following a long struggle with cancer.

As hundreds of people gathered on the steps of the Supreme Court building in Washington, D.C., Friday night, two large rainbow flags were at the center of the crowd, a symbol of how important Ginsburg’s 27 years of work on the high court had supported the rights of LGBT people. (More)

Logo Logo Harry Styles Is Playing Queer in a Feature Film

Harry Styles Is Playing Queer in a Feature Film

By Sam Manzella

Hollywood — arry Styles is giving the girls and gays what we need: him playing queer in a period piece. The “Lights Up” rocker is reportedly in talks to play the lead role in an onscreen adaptation of My Policeman, Bethan Roberts’ critically acclaimed 1950s-set queer love story. (More)

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Gay Couple Recalls Being Married by RBG

By Staff

Cyberspace — As recently as September 1, Ruth Gater Ginsburg officiated one of the many same-sex weddings she has done over her long career. On that date the late Supreme Court justice married Barb Solish and Danny Kazin, the Associated Press reported. (More)

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Dan Levy Wins Best Supporting Actor in Schitt's Creek Emmys Sweep

By Tracy E. Gilchrist

Hollywood — Nominated for 15 Emmy Awards, Schitt’s Creek kicked off the virtual ceremony hosted by Jimmy Kimmel on Sunday with a massive sweep including one for out co-creator and star of the series, Dan Levy, for Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series.

Levy, who created the smash series with his father Eugene Levy, also won awards for writing in a comedy and directing a comedy. (More)

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Nancy Pelosi: ‘We Have Arrows in Our Quiver’

By Andy Towle

Washington — When asked what options Democrats have if Trump and McConnell try to push through a Supreme Court nominee before the election or in a lame duck period, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi told ABC News anchor George Stephanopoulos on Sunday morning, “We have our options. We have arrows in our quiver that I’m not about to discuss right now.” (More)

Pride.com Logo François Arnaud Comes Out as Bisexual to Combat Stigma

François Arnaud Comes Out as Bisexual to Combat Stigma

By Rachel Kiley

Hollywood — François Arnaud has come out as bisexual in an important Instagram post ahead of Bisexuality Day this coming week. Our culture still struggles with understanding and acknowledging bisexuality, which is why we still have things like Bisexuality Visibility Week, and why some people with large platforms take it upon themselves to talk about the importance of realizing someone’s sexuality isn’t tied directly to who they may be dating at that moment. (More)

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Trump Threatens to Block Biden Victory With ‘Executive Order’

By Adrian Garcia

Washington — At a campaign rally in Fayetteville, North Carolina on Saturday, Trump threatened to sign an executive order that would block his Democratic rival from being sworn in as president in the event Joe Biden wins in November. (More)

GayStarNews Logo 15 of the Hottest Queer Men From Iceland

15 of the Hottest Queer Men From Iceland

By Tris Reid-Smith

.ICELAND — Elska Magazine, the publication dedicated to hot gay bi and trans men of all types, has returned to its readers’ favorite destination – Iceland. (More)