News Round-Up: August 12, 2021

Some news items you might have missed:

HuffPost: Apparently there are ads on porn sites suggesting men pour apple cider vinegar on their junk to increase size??? Do. Not. Do. This.

Metro: A TV producer for the HBO Max reality dating series FBoy Island hints there could be a gay spinoff of the show: “There’s always the chance for an ‘F Person’ show where all people of all kinds are welcome…In the same way, there’s a Marvel Cinematic Universe, I believe there’s an FPerson cinematic universe waiting to be explored.”

https://twitter.com/GlobalLGBTNews/status/1425740665934139401

Broadway World: The 74th Annual Tony Awards will be held on the evening of Sunday, September 26, 2021 at the Winter Garden Theatre. A viewing party, including live entertainment and hosts, will also be held for industry members at the Broadway Theatre.

Bay Area Reporter: A cliff at a building excavation site next to the gay beach in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico collapsed Tuesday, August 10. No one was hurt but dramatic videos posted online of the collapse is bringing attention to the safety of construction in the area as demand for beachfront condos spikes.

TMZ: Some hope on the horizon it seems for Britney Spears as her father, Jamie Spears, has issued a statement saying he will step aside as the conservator of her estate.

The Recount: Conservative Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-TX) was heckled by a fringe Illinois Senate candidate for saying the 2020 election wasn’t stolen. “Don’t kid yourself into believing that’s why we lost … 5 different states? Hundreds of thousands of votes? You’re kidding yourself.”

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