Zhukova Dasha

A gay artist from Russia has responded to the controversy surrounding Garage magazine's photo of a white, female editor-in-chief sitting on a "black woman" chair. Editor-in-chief of Garage magazine, Dasha Zhukova, sparked outrage on social media when the photo was posted on Jan. 20, which was Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Many accused Zhokova of being racially insensitive.

NY-based Russian artist and gay activist Alexander Kargaltsev responded to the controversy with his own image of a "chair" featuring a white man on his back with his legs in the air. Do not click the link if you are offended by nudity.

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Evander Holyfield

Former heavyweight boxing champ Evander Holyfield says being gay is not normal and he compared the sexual behavior to a handicap that needed fixing.

Holyfield, 51, made the controversial statements to reality star Luisa Zissman in the UK Celebrity Big Brother 2014 house in London, England, the Huffington Post reports.

Holyfield and Zissman were discussing gay boxers going public with their sexuality. "What would be good about it?" Holyfield asked. "That ain't normal."

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Home Depot

A Georgia woman was taken to a hospital for treatment of injuries after she sat in glue on a toilet seat at a Home Depot. Emergency technicians were called in to remove the woman from the toilet seat. Afterwards, a store manager found a brown paper bag with a bottle of Loctite GO2 glue inside the bathroom. Almost immediately, skeptics accused the woman of glueing herself to the toilet seat in hopes of a big payday. Loctite GO2 glue is described as "construction grade super glue, usually only available online."

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Gulf countries testing gay travelers

Kuwait and other Gulf states are planning to test travelers with a chemical designed to detect gay people -- and bar them from entering the country.

UK's Daily Mail reports the Gulf Corporation member countries – Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar, Oman, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates -- already ban homosexual sex acts as unlawful.

Kuwait plans to use a test to detect the health status of travelers -- specifically testing for diseases and conditions known to afflict gays, such as HIV, pneumocystis carinii pneumonia and Kaposi's Sarcoma.

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