Thursday, March 16, 2017

Creepy Chilling Gay Revenge; Charlotte Democratic Mayoral Candidate's Dog S%*t Tweet; Tom Daley Goes Deep

Creepy Chilling Gay Revenge

Here's a story about a government employee in New Zealand who stalked and creeped a straight guy for years.

According to prosecutors, the 39-year-old had been harassing the victim for over two-and-a-half years. The harassment included creating fake online dating profiles using his photo and contact information and sending sex toys to his office. The victim also says a letter was sent to his house with a picture of him with penises drawn all over his face and a note accusing him of cheating on his wife.

You can read it all here. There's a lot more. He even sent fake letters to the guy's neighbors.

Charlotte Democratic Mayoral Candidate's Dog S%*t Tweet

This one is about Charlotte, NC's Democratic Mayoral candidate, Joel Ford, and a tweet he sent in response to criticism regarding his poor record LGBT rights.

He tweeted a photo of a dog pooing, and people got offended...as they so often do these days.

The offending tweet was sent to Matt Comer, who sits on the board of Charlotte Pride and is a former editor of Charlotte’s LGBTQ paper QNotes, after he criticized Ford’s record when another Twitter user called the senator “homophobic.”

There's more here. Of course he deleted the tweet, but there are the expected screen shots. Ford does claim he supports LGBT rights. It's more complicated than the headline would suggest.

Tom Daley Goes Deep

The only reason I'm posting about this one is for the comments.

Tom Daley went undercover at an airport and the reactions are interesting. To be honest, I know who Tom Daley is but I doubt I would recognize him in this situation.

Foreign airpots can be rather difficult to navigate, especially when you run into a celebrity Olympian masquerading as a British Airways attendant.

And particularly when he gives you suspect advice in your moment of legitimate travel stress.

Here's the rest. Like I said, you don't want to miss the intense comments with this one. It's astonishing to see how people will fight over anything on the Internet.









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