NFL Baller Michael Sam Regrets Coming Out..



NFL Baller Michael Sam, who became the first openly gay NFL player to be drafted, has since expressed regrets on coming out. Read more…

SmurfVlogs™ Goes Off: “I Like To Get Fucked By Transsexual” Rant

Smurfs goes off on people who think he is gay for liking transsexuals! 

I want a transsexual to fuck me in my ass!! Yeah I said it! I wanna have sex with a tranny! But I'm not gay god damnit! I'm tired of people calling me gay just because I love trannys!! Leave me alone already!! 


Why Do Gay People Always Gotta Come Out And Make It A Big Deal (Luckey’s Response)

One of my starz sent me this video….

The dude in the video is DANIGGAWITDATATTOOS. In the video, he comes out as "straight" and leads into a rant as to why gay people come out publicly about their sexuality..

Naturally I had to comment on the video…


You straight people miss the ENTIRE point or don't really care in the first place but I will try to explain anyway..

YES most of the time when celebs come out, we knew they were gay but at the same time it lets OTHER gay/lesbians, many who live in rural areas or don't have many role models, know that they are not alone and that they can still be successful. It lets them know that they too can live their truth!

Sure MOST people in the industry keep it to themselves but when one does come out, it's not to force his sexuality down your throat. It's really not about the straight people in the first place. 

No you DON'T get a medal for coming out as straight but you DO have a privilege of NOT having to struggle with yours sexuality all of your life. 

You don't have to go the church and have the preacher tell you that you have no place in God's kingdom and you are doomed for hell. 

You can walk down the street with your woman and show affection in public. 

If you choose to marry that woman (or at least make the union legal), you can walk into any church or courthouse and do so.

You don't have to hear words like faggot or punk everyday ALL day depending on where you live.

You don't have to deal with family and friends pushing away from you simply because you are gay.

You don't have to deal with being "gay bashed" just for being yourself and minding your own damn business.

You don't even have to fear for your life. '

You don't have to worry about your "basic" rights such as being able to marry or simply getting a job.

You can sleep with as many "females" and society tells you are THE  man. If you dare to be attracted to another man, society tells you that you are sick and you are less than a man.

You don't have even think about sexuality, you never had to come out and you never had to act like someone else just to be accepted by your own friends and family. You never have to deal with the mental illness that comes along with that.

You never had to deal with wanting to take your life because you are tired of fighting  against your sexuality. Mind you we have CHILDREN as young as 8 that are doing this.

You don't have to deal with people constantly assuming that you  were molested or CHOOSE to be gay. (The truth is I can CHOOSE to keep living a LIE or LIVE MY TRUTH)!

So NO you won't get a medal for being straight but you don't have to deal with what the gays DO have to deal with EVERYDAY ALL day just for living their truth.

I get though, we should keep it to ourselves. TRUST us we don't want you to know our business in the bedroom either but it's not like we can walk out our door with the person we LOVE and care about without having to worry about the jeers and harassment. 

Maybe you should have a conversation with your gay friends as to why coming out is so a big deal in our community. The fact that you NEVER had to do deal with any of I stated above explains why you might not understand it.

Before you all come for me, understand this. Until you can walk a mile in ANY person's shoes, THEN you will understand.

Just like White people will never understand what it is like to be a person of color (BLACK), straight people will never really understand what it is like to be gay.

I challenge ANY of you to walk a mile in my shoes…

I probably should have kept the "you straight people" to myself but he annoyed me.

It's 2014 and straight people still want to pretend like gay people don't exist and we are all "sick" or not "normal".

Of course our "own" people are the worse with their ignorance.



Youtube Comedian Tre Melvin Comes Out As Bisexual!(“I Knew He Was Family” Remix)!

There are three comedians on Youtube that I'm subscribed to on Youtube.

Sampson McCormick…
And Tre Melvin aka ThisIsACommentary aka Watermelondrea…

Well the latter just came out of the closet as bisexual!


I always admired Tre Melvin. For one he is uber intelligent and hilarious! 

It takes mad guts to come out to the world especially when you have such a huge platform as Tre Melvin! Coming out is a process most of us have to go through.

Hopefully more bisexual men will follow suit on their own time.

Big ups Tre!

On The Down Low…(Documentary)

To understand one's journey, you must walk in their shoes..

Grandfather Reads The F@*k Out Of His Homophobic Daughter After Disowning Gay Son!

Some of us know what it's like to come out (or be forced out) the closet and have no support from family. 

Well one grandfather penned an epic letter to his daughter when he learned that she disowned her son because he was gay..


Dear Christine, 

I’m disappointed in you as a daughter. You’re correct that we have a “shame in the family”, but mistaken about what it is. Kicking Chad out of your home simply because he told you he was gay is the real “abomination” here. A parent disowning her child is what goes “against nature.” The only intelligent thing I heard you saying in all this was that “you didn’t raise your son to be gay." Of course you didn’t. He was born this way and didn’t choose it any more than he being left-handed. You however, have made a choice of being hurtful, narrow-minded and backward. So, while we are in the business of disowning our children, I think I’ll take this moment to say goodbye to you. I now have a fabulous (as the gays put it) grandson to raise, and I don’t have time for heart-less B-word of a daughter. If you find your heart, give us a call. – Dad.


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