People Are Divided Over the Details of Married LA News Anchor's Death
If you come from the mind set where you don't believe there is any shame in being gay, the details of the death of LA news anchor, Chris Burrous, shouldn't bother you. At least not the gay part. However, there's a lot more to this story, and some people are outraged over it, and that's partly because Burrous had a wife and a young daughter.
The man, who said he initially met Burrous on Grindr and had seen him four times previously for sex, tried to perform CPR on Burrous before paramedics arrived.
Here's the link. There are more details, and there are quite a few comments at the end.
I just think it's a very sad story altogether, without judgment. A young girl lost her dad. May he RIP.
UK TV Star Ryan Sampson Comes Out
Here's something you don't see often. A UK TV star, Ryan Sampson, came out because people were trying to get him to engage in homophobic 'banter.' In fact, there's nothing better than telling the truth, and knowing you can tell the truth. This is why it's always so much better to keep it real, especially nowadays.
“So. I was on Instagram and I looked at my direct messages and it turned out someone was trying to rope me in to some (pretty creaky) homophobic banter. Huh! So, for clarity, here’s a pic of me and the boyf. Just to, y’know… straighten that one out. As it were.”
You can check this out, here. There are some great pics, too.
LGBT Discrimination Is Expensive
Apparently, the homophobia and discrimination against LGBT people in Kenya is hurting the economy.
Open for Business is an organization which gathers companies from across the globe advocating the idea that inclusion and diversity benefit the economy.
Here's a link for this one. There are 3 major factors.