News Round-Up: September 9, 2021

Some news items you might have missed:

New York Daily News: Two customers inside a Brooklyn bodega were slashed with a glass bottle and stabbed with a screwdriver during an incident cops are investigating as an anti-gay hate crime. Photo of the two suspects above.

Pink News: September is Bi Visibility Month, and during Harry Styles’ concert in Denver, Colorado on Wednesday, a fan threw a bisexual Pride flag onto the stage. Styles scooped up the flag, and performed “Treat People With Kindness” with the flag wrapped around the microphone.

Queerty: Out pro volleyball player and Olympic champion Douglas Souza says he and his boyfriend were delayed for 5 hours at the airport in Amsterdam when an immigration official took issue with the fact that they were a gay couple.

The Advocate: A 16-year-old told Oklahoma City’s NBC affiliate is looking for their forever home after the family that adopted them 7 years ago stopped loving them because they came out as queer.

Axios: Ray-Ban Stories, the new $299 smart glasses being debuted by Facebook and Ray-Ban today look and feel just like a standard pair of Ray-Bans while adding the ability to capture photos and video.

Instinct Magazine: Chris Hemsworth not only plays a super-hero god in the movies, he looks the part in real life as he trains for his upcoming film, Extraction 2. Hit the play button – wow.