EJ Johnson, the gay son of LA Dodgers owner Earvin “Magic” Johnson, attended the Los Angeles Dodgers vs the Los Angeles Angels baseball game on Tuesday. EJ sat in the stands with a handsome young man who is rumored to be his boyfriend. EJ normally keeps his private life close to his breast. If this young man really is EJ’s boyfriend, his masculinity is a departure from the effeminate men EJ usually dates. The Angels defeated the LA Dodgers by the final score of 5-0 at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, CA.
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When transsexual video model Sidney Starr allegedly hooked up with washed up rapper Chingy, he saw the relationship as a fast track to stardom. But Sidney was passed over for a role on spin-off series Love & Hip Hop: Chicago. Without naming the show, Sidney vented his disappointment at producer Mona Scott-Young in an interview with Vlad TV.
Singer Selena Gomez, left, and her new lover, Victoria’s Secret model Cara Delevingne smiled at each other as they arrive back in Los Angeles after spending a romantic holiday in Saint Tropez. Cara helped Selena celebrate her 22nd birthday with a bevy of beautiful women on a yacht. Later, the couple attended actor Leonardo DiCaprio‘s foundation’s gala together. Selena is the ex-girlfriend of pop idol Justin Bieber. And Cara, 21, just got out of a brief lesbian relationship with actress Michelle Rodriguez, 36, who is now (supposedly) dating actor Zac Efron, 26.
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Former NFL coach-turned-NFL announcer Tony Dungy outraged gay groups by expressing his opinion on drafting gay NFL player Michael Sam.
The former Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Indianapolis Colts coach told the Tampa Bay Tribune he would not have drafted Sam because he believed Sam would be a distraction to his teams.
A gay Yahoo News writer who disagreed with Tony Dungy’s opinion ignorantly compared homosexuality — a sexual act — with the struggles of the black race for equality.
President Obama angered hungry customers at a Texas BBQ restaurant when he cut the line last week. But it was what the president said when he reached the front of the line that is getting the most ink in the liberal press.
“Fashion Queens” star Bevy Smith was forced to apologize for using previously acceptable gay slang on her Twitter account.
Transsexual Laverne Cox made history when he graced the cover of TIME magazine last month. But the cover featuring the first transgender man did nothing to boost sales. Sales figures for Cox’s cover are reportedly among the lowest in TIME magazine’s history. The issue itself was thin compared to past issues — an indication that some big name advertisers may have declined to take out full page ads that week.