I see a lot of this lately and I don't always get it. Evidently, sometimes people think Joe Jonas is gay and this is how he responded:
I don’t know the real answer to it. I don’t have an issue with it. I think it’s a compliment. I have a lot of gay fans. It’s not like it bothers me. Some people handle it differently, but at the end of the day, I’m cool with it and think it’s kind of funny. You have to learn to laugh; people are gonna create a story out of anything.
You know, it’s probably because I’m in touch with my feminine side. Look, I love fashion; I love to dress well. I love certain things like that. And I have a lot of gay friends, as well, so that could probably point them in that direction. But again, the gay community is something that is close to my heart, so I don’t mind. Hey, if they wanna think I’m gay, it’s fun.”
Here's the rest.
Someone in the comments said this:
He thinks it’s fun? I’m not an accessory. He doesn’t get to demean me like I’m a piece of luggage.
UK Censoring Online Adult Entertainment
If this is true, it might be the beginning of more online censorship. And it's something to worry about.
It’s looking like UK Internet scavengers will soon be unable to access any website depicting “non-conventional sex acts,” according to The Guardian.
Part of the Digital Economy Bill, a proposal currently going through parliament, will force all internet service providers to block any entertainment that wouldn’t receive certification for commercial sale from the British Board of Film Classification.
Here are some of the things considered "non-conventional."
Attitiude reports there’s no definitive list of these sex acts, but it will likely include spanking or whipping, urination, vaginal ejaculation, sex in public, and “any form of sexual penetration into an orifice which exceeds the so-called ‘four-finger’ rule.
You can read the rest here.