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September 29th, 2020

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A Conservative Government

By Daddy

Las Vegas — With the nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett, like it or not it appears that we'll have a conservative government for at least a few months and possibly for years. To give you an idea that last time the government was conservative was about 50 years ago. We can scream and shout about it, but that's all we can do without major changes to the constitution. If Judge Barrett is confirmed, it will take years to bring our government back to the middle and that task will require perseverance.

So what can you do? For many states the deadline for registering in the 2020 elections is quickly approaching. You have a week or so to check and see that you're registered and that your information is correct. Then more importantly you need to Vote. Don't listen to those nay-sayers that insist that your vote doesn't count.

I have two medical appointments this week. The first is to pick up my CROW boot and then I have an eye exam where I suspect that I'll be perscribed eye glasses.

I've made some progress with interfacing the application with the COM (Component Object Model). I now know that the thunk layer will be needed and that I'll have to use either the "C" or "Objective-C" languages to do the work. Going down some very interesting holes in the lowest parts of the system.

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Out.com Logo ‘Big Brother’s Paul Abrahamian Updates Pronouns on Social Media

‘Big Brother’s Paul Abrahamian Updates Pronouns on Social Media

By Donald Padgett

Cyberspace — A two-time veteran of the long-running reality television show Big Brother has quitely updated their pronouns on social media. A follower and Twitter user noticed show alumn Paul Abrahamian had changed their pronouns in their bio. The star e responded with an emoji that appeared to confirm the move. (More)

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Reaction to Supreme Court Nominee Barrett: Cautious Concern

By Lisa Keen

Washington — n a crowded outdoor event at the White House, President Trump said his nominee, federal appeals Judge Amy Coney Barrett, would receive a “very quick” confirmation. Does this spell doom for existing protections for LGBT people under the law? Does it close the door to the Supreme Court for any future LGBT plaintiffs seeking their rights under the constitution? LGBT legal experts are both deeply concerned and somewhat confident. (More)

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Check Out These Queers on the Range

By Staff

Cyberspace — When people think of gay cowboys, they likely think of "Brokeback Mountain," Ang Lee's Oscar-winning (for script and direction) 2005 film about the tortured relationship between two gay men (who happen to be cowboys) from the 1960s-1980s. (More)

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Former Backpage Bosses Demand Judge Recuse Over Husband’s 'Bias'

By Lawrence Avery

Unknown — The founders of the now-shuttered classified ad site Backpage.com, who were indicted in 2018 on numerous counts of money laundering and facilitating prostitution, are set to face trial on those counts in January, in an Arizona federal court. But this week, lawyers for Michael Lacey and James Larkin say they have learned about comments by the husband of their trial judge that indicate bias against them. (More)

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Flirt4Free Sets $300K in Prize Money for 'Flirt of the Year 2020'

By JC Adams

Westlake Village — Flirt4Free will launch its annual Flirt of the Year (FOTY) contest on October 1 with a prize pool of $300,000 as well as an array of sub-contests and "a thrilling new version of the event's crown jewel," the Viewer's Choice fan voting competition. (More)

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Joe Biden Vows to Reverse Trans Military Ban if Elected President

By Staff

Washington — Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is celebrating the ninth anniversary of repealing “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” by supporting transgender troops. As NewNowNext reported in 2019, the U.S. military formally stopped accepting recruits who are experiencing gender dysphoria, taking hormones or seeking to transition, and those “who can’t or won’t serve in their birth genders.” (More)

Pride.com Logo This Queer Artist's Colorful Portraits of Men Are STUNNING

This Queer Artist's Colorful Portraits of Men Are STUNNING

By Raffy Ermac

Columbus — Christian Cimoroni is an openly queer artist and illustrator from Columbus, Ohio whose specialty is creating absolutely beautiful portraits. His talent for capturing the male form has garnered him over 30,000 followers on Instagram, and after scrolling through just a few of his vibrant, colorful illustrations, it's easy to understand why. (More)

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Fury Over SCOTUS Nomination for Scalia Acolyte Amy Coney Barrett

By Trudy Ring

Washington — It's official: Donald Trump has named ultraconservative Amy Coney Barrett as his Supreme Court nominee to succeed the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Multiple sources, including The New York Times, had reported Friday that she was his choice. Trump made it official with an announcement from the White House Saturday afternoon. He said she would rule on cases based on the original text of the U.S. Constitution. (More)

Gayety Logo This Stunning Photo Series Reveals the Person Behind the Drag

This Stunning Photo Series Reveals the Person Behind the Drag

By Ray Monaghan

Cyberspace — “If you can’t love yourself, how in the hell are you gonna love somebody else?” I’ll be honest, I’ve heard these words so often, they’ve started to lose their meaning. But it only takes a moment of sincere contemplation to rediscover the simple truth behind RuPaul’s catchphrase. This truth is at the heart of Toronto photographer Blake Morrow’s new photo series, “Love Yourself.” True to form, Morrow is exploring this through the art of drag. (More)