I've never seen this show, or The Bachelor. I'm not a huge fan of reality TV because it's all staged and there's very little reality associated with it...unless the reality is a homophobic content. You know the kind of comments that people make like, "That's so Gay." Evidently, because they think gay is so funny...or whatever.
Cue the disappointment. And the outrage.
It turns out Clint Arlis and JJ Lane, the two straight Bachelorette contestants who claimed they’d fallen in love with each other while taping the ABC reality show, were only “doing it for the cameras” and that “nothing gay ever happened.”
You can read more here. On Twitter there's a hashtag that I love...#thatssostraight. People on Twitter have taken to using it whenever they see this kind of passive aggressive homophobia. I've done it more than a few times because I see this kind of thing almost two or three times every single day.
Ian Reisner and Ted Cruz
Now they've found out that the wealthy gay hotelier, Ian Reisner, donated money to Ted Cruz. For some reason, it feels as if Reisner is being targeted.
Afterwards, Reisner claimed the dinner wasn’t a fundraiser and that he didn’t give Cruz any money, telling New York magazine: “There were no checks given. It was nothing like that.”
Well, it turns out that was a bunch of Bologna with a capital B.
The New York Times has just learned that Reisner wrote a personal check to Mr. Cruz’s 2016 presidential campaign in the amount of $2,700, the maximum allowed by law, right around the time the dinner took place.
The rest is here, with the entire history of this Ian Reisner situation. I would never donate money to Ted Cruz, however, I'm not all that fond of the way some are taking such pleasure in all this. Could it be that the liberal gay press is targeting a gay conservative? I don't know enough about it to answer that question, but I have seen that done before.
I have a feeling Reisner will respond to this and I'll be posting about it yet again before next week is over.
Lesbian Catfishing Married Gay Man
I don't know what to make of this one either. A young guy named David Messerschmitt who is married to a woman hooked up with someone through a Craigslist ad, thinking it was a hot gay man. Unfortunately, Messerschmitt found out he'd been catfished by two young gay women when he met them at a Washington D. C. hotel.
Gallmon entered Messerschmitt’s room at the unnamed hotel and attempted to rob him. We’d say “that’s when things went wrong,” but this whole mess was clearly wrong from the very beginning.
The young woman claims that Messerschmitt trapped her in the room, triggering a previous trauma from a past assault.
At least that’s the argument she’s using in court to try and explain how she came to stab Messerschmitt seven times in the abdomen, groin and heart, killing him.
She made it out of the room with $40 cash and Messerschmitt’s metro card, and walked hand-in-hand with Johnson to a bus stop. Housekeeping found Messerschmitt’s body the next day, his arms bound in rainbow-colored zip ties.
The rest is here. I know I say this all the time, but I think it shows how many more gay people there are out there posing as straight. And it goes without saying how dangerous online hook ups can be.
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