I'm just showing this because it helps keep me organized. One of the benefits of maintaining a blog like this is to keep information in one place so that it's there whenever you need it. And I really do use this blog for that reason.
In any event, we're approving book covers for my books that are going into print and I thought I'd share it with blog readers. It's much more involved than this, but it's interesting as well. Here are two from The Rainbow Detective series. But they are the same covers I used for the e-books.
I didn't know how else to put this because the title of the original post is about Gus Kenworthy crying after he had sex with girls, and his revealing whether or not he's circumcised. So I figured I'd just go for the clickbait this time. I think we all know I love Kenworthy and I'd never do anything that I thought was harmful to him. In other words, I honestly couldn't care less about his penis. I just like him a lot because of what he's doing with his life and how he's helping a lot of gay people.
Here's part of what he says...
“I used to hook up with girls to be cool with the guys,” he told US Weekly, adding, “There were times I would cry afterward.”
Though he reconciled his feelings at age 16, he continued to maintain a straight persona out of professional concerns.
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I think almost every gay man can understand those feelings at one time or another. It's just never easy. In the article he also mentions he's "uncut," and a few other interesting projects he's doing.
You can check that out here. He really is one in a proverbial million.
Kim Davis Time Magazine Person of the Year
When I first saw this on social media I thought it was a joke...or a hoax. Evidently, it's real and Time Magazine is considering Kim Davis as their person of the year.
Much like music, antigay county clerk Kim Davis has helped bring people together, whether you’re a law-abiding pro-marriage equality citizen or you’re not. Now the charming and charismatic Notorious K.I.M. is being suggested as a nominee for “Time’s Person of the Year.” We get it. In 1938 Hitler received the dubious honor.
My feelings about Time Magazine are very simply put. Someone gave me a subscription as a gift a few years ago, I'm still getting the awful rag every week in the mail, and it never makes it into my home. On the way back from the mailbox, I drop it into the trash bin without even looking at the cover.
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I understand what they're doing. I don't like Kim Davis much because she's an elected official who had a job to do according to the law...and the process...and she refused to do it. However, Time Magazine is no bargain either and I don't care who they put on the cover because I'm still throwing it out anyway.
You can read the rest here.
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