Homosexuality, Lesbian

Gillette Ad Features Father Teaching Female-to-Male Transgender To Shave


Gillette’s latest ad features a Black father teaching his female-to-male transgender child how to shave off chin hairs that grew as a result of taking male hormones.

The new ad comes months after Gillette angered its customer base by shaming manliness as “toxic masculinity.” Gillette saw a dramatic drop in sales after the ‘toxic masculinity’ commercial debuted in January.

The new ad features a touching teaching moment between a father and FtM Canadian artist Samson Brown who is learning to shave for the first time as an adult.

Now don’t be scared... shaving is about being confident,” says Samson’s father.

In a later scene, seated on a sofa with dad, Samson says she questioned the man she wanted to become while growing up.

“I’m at the point where I’m actually happy,” Samson says.

“It’s not just myself transitioning, it’s everybody around me transitioning,” says Samson.”

Thank you so much Gillette,” Samson commented under the ad on the company’s Facebook page.

The company responded, “Thank you for sharing your story, Samson! We’re honored to showcase this special moment between you and your father and are proud to have you as a partner”.

“Thank you for your courage and confidence in sharing your journey to becoming your best self!”.

In the controversial “toxic masculinity” ad that aired in January, a narrator asked “Is this the best a man can get?”

The narrator added that toxic masculinity “has been going on far too long. We can’t laugh it off, making the same old excuses.”

The controversial Gillette ad has 791,000 thumbs up and 1.4 million thumbs down on YouTube.

The ads target the Black community because LGBT advocates believe Black people are homophobic.

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Homicide, Homosexuality, Relationships, Violence

Threesome during Hurricane Irma turned gruesome


A threesome in a man’s Florida home during Hurricane Irma turned gruesome when he was killed by one of the male participants and left to decompose, authorities said.

Ariel Gonzalez was found dead in his Broward County apartment on Sept. 13 after a friend alerted police she hadn’t seen him for several days and noticed a foul odor coming from his house, the Miami Herald reported.

When police arrived at Gonzalez’s home they found him “wrapped in a comforter” and he had been decomposing.

The sexual encounter between Gonzalez and two suspects — Travis Watson (pictured above) and Jacob Mitchell — happened on Sept.10 when Hurricane Irma hit the state, police said.

Mitchell refers to Watson as his husband. Watson, who had been released from prison after completing a 13-year sentence, told cops that Mitchell was mad at Gonzalez for having oral sex with him, according to the Herald.

An arrest report obtained by the paper states that Gonzalez invited the two men to his home where they had sex.

Mitchell is accused of beating Gonzalez with a broomstick and pouring hot grease on his head after Watson had asked Gonzalez where he kept his money, the Herald reported.

Mitchell is still on the run. Watson was booked into Broward County Jail and is charged with robbery without a firearm, kidnapping, and failure to report a death. His bond was set at $100,000.

Homosexuality, Lesbian, What she said

Lesbian Players Broke Her Spirit, Candice Wiggins Was Bullied Over Her Heterosexuality


candace-wiggins-549x507A WNBA star broke ranks with the league to expose the pervasive culture of homosexuality in the women’s sport. It’s an open secret that 98 percent of WNBA players are lesbians or bisexuals — although the league vigorously denies the statistic.

Candice Wiggins, who was the 3rd pick in the 2008 WNBA draft, says the league is dominated by lesbians who apply their own set of rules.

In an interview with the San Diego Tribune, Wiggins described a “very, very harmful” lesbian culture running throughout the WNBA. Wiggins said she was bullied by the aggressive lesbian players in the league.

She said the constant harassment led her to retire early from the WNBA in 2015. Wiggins said the level of bullying and the “toxic” lesbian culture broke her spirit.

“It wasn’t like my dreams came true in the WNBA. It was quite the opposite,” Wiggins told the San Diego Tribune.

She said the lesbian players who dominate the league were intimidated by her heterosexuality and her refusal to be recruited into their gay lifestyle.

 “Me being heterosexual and straight, and being vocal in my identity as a straight woman was huge,” Wiggins said. I would say 98 percent of the women in the WNBA are gay women. It was a conformist type of place. There was a whole different set of rules they [the other players] could apply.”

Wiggins was dismayed by a culture that encouraged athletic females to look and act like men.

Controversy, Homosexuality

Kim Burrell’s radio show canceled after homophobic sermon


burrell_kimKim Burrell’s disgrace tour made another stop today and this time her radio show suffered the consequences.

The gospel singer has now lost her radio show, called “Bridging the Gap,” at Texas Southern University, according to the local ABC affiliate.

Burrell debuted the show in June, announced as “a mix of encouragement of entertainment” that would “feature her unique take on music, life and society.”

Her canceled radio show is the latest hit for the 44-year-old gospel singer after a sermon at the Love & Liberty Fellowship Church in Houston in which she decried the perverted homosexual spirit.”

Burrell was uninvited from Thursday’s episode of “The Ellen Show,” when she was supposed to perform a duet with Pharrell from the “Hidden Figures” soundtrack.

Controversy, Homosexuality

Ellen Cancells Kim Burrell’s Appearance Following Anti-Gay Sermon


bbxr6isKim Burrell’s scheduled appearance on Thursday’s “Ellen DeGeneres Show” has been cancelled in the wake of an anti-gay sermon she delivered emerging online last week. The gospel singer was slated to perform alongside Pharrell on the daytime talk show, but he’ll now appear solo.

As reported online and by the Gossip Cop, Burrell called gays “perverted” during a homophobic sermon she gave at the Love & Liberty Fellowship Church in Houston, which she founded in 2010. Also during her speech, the singer said that “the perverted homosexual spirit, and the spirit of delusion and confusion, it has deceived many men and women.” She then went on to describe specific homosexual acts as sinful.

Ellen will address the controversy on Tuesday’s episode. Burrell was supposed to sing “I See A Victory,” her duet with Pharrell from the soundtrack of the new movie Hidden Figures.