Their article contains vomitous quotations like, “There’s a radical empowerment that comes from declaring your identity in the public sphere.” That’s true, but it’s not nearly as empowering as pissing all over the faces of people who use words like “radical” and “sphere.” Anyway, their advice is more than stupid — it’s literally the opposite of the advice we would give.
For example, they say that you should note your relationship in your profile, but that you should not tag photos of “you and your partner in matching leather harnesses.” Wrong! Then they say that you should add “LGBT-ish entities to your fan list” like Rachel fucking Maddow but that you should avoid “fan-listing gay porn stars.” Wrong again! And finally, they advise against poking your hot co-worker.
So basically,Time Magazine hates leather harnesses, loves MSNBC and doesn’t want you to get laid. In conclusion, the next time we’re in a waiting room, we’re reading the gonorrhea pamphlet instead.
How to Come Out on Facebook (Time)
It's an interview with Phillip Aubrey: porn star, Spencer Reed's boyfriend, burp fetishist.
The COLT superstars joined a protest in Rome against the Catholic Church in order to make the claim that gay people are not pedophiles. There was a chihuaha involved.
I feel sorry for people with fetishes that can never be realized in real life. Take this Flickr user, who has to make do with his giants fetish using Photoshop.
I'm not one for bragging about intellectual accomplishments (it's something I learned from, you know, graduating with honors from Brown University), but Conner Habib is justifiably excited about his blurb in a book written by Carl Sagan's son.