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September 11th, 2020

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So It Begins

By Daddy

Las Vegas — Like it or not we're now in the midst of the 2020 election. The first votes were cast by North Carolinians who received and returned their ballots last Friday according The Hill.

This election will have a dynamic that we haven't seen before because of the twenty-two states that have implemented automatic mail-in ballots in response to the COVID-19 pandemic in addition to the five states that already had an existing permanent automatic mail-in ballot. In a lot of states you can hand deliver your completed ballot to a ballot box bypassing the fear that the USPS will lose your vote or be slow in delivering it.

Yesterday I visited the company that took a mold of my lower left leg for a Crow (Charcot Restraint Orthotic Walker) boot. Turns out that they also can fit diabetic shoes, all I need is a prescription from my primary care physician. That's next on my todo list as the insurance company appears to have had a falling out with my previous doctor of six years and they've assigned a new one.

I've hard boiled the eggs for "Daddy's Chicken-Egg Salad" They have been chopped up along with the celery and spring onions. All are chilling out in the refrigerator. I now have all the ingredients needed to create one of my favorites.

The User Interface on my SwiftUI app is complete. This weekend I plan to fold the test apps together. Then it's on to interfacing with the external library. It may be simpler than I thought as I may be able to call the library without a Thunk layer

I'll be watching the pennies until about the 20th. To all those that have donated, Thank you for your donations!. Any help is appreciated. Here's a link to the How to Donate Page

Pride.com Logo Omar Ayuso Is in Briefs & a Jockstrap in Latest Photoshoot

Omar Ayuso Is in Briefs & a Jockstrap in Latest Photoshoot

By Mikelle Street

Cyberspace — The actor broke onto the international scene with Netflix’s Spanish private school drama Elite. There, he made his appeal to us as the gay drug dealer turned private school student, and we’re not sure if we were supposed to fall in love with him but we did. (More)

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Vaccine by Nov. 3? Halted Study Explains Just How Unlikely

By Lauran Neergaard (AP)

Washington — The suspension of a huge COVID-19 vaccine study over an illness in a single participant shows there will be "no compromises" on safety in the race to develop the shot, the chief of the National Institutes of Health told Congress on Wednesday. (More)

Dlisted Logo Open Post: Hosted by Japan’s Sushi-Delivering Muscle Dudes

Open Post: Hosted by Japan’s Sushi-Delivering Muscle Dudes

By Adam

.JAPAN — Who hasn’t dreamed of receiving some grade A beefcake and man nipples with their cucumber sushi roll? One genius restauranteur turned bodybuilder (or is it the other way around? Honestly, who cares: MUSCLES!), has come up with an equally genius idea of how to sell more food while saving money on clothing. There’s a new kind of delivery service hitting the streets in Japan––in the form of muscly men who will not only drop off your seaweed salad, safely, to your front door, but also regale you with a little sexy two-step. And just like that, “Let’s order sushi, I’m hungry AND thirsty” takes on a whole new meaning. (More)

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Nevada Brothel Reportedly Qualifies for COVID Relief

By Lawrence Avery

Reno — Even as Nevada’s legal brothels remain locked down due to health restrictions in the coronavirus pandemic, one well-known brothel—the Mustang Ranch, about 15 miles east of Reno—has qualified to receive federal cash as part of a COVID-19 economic relief program (More)

BayAreaReporter Logo SF HIV Cases Fell by 19% in 2019

SF HIV Cases Fell by 19% in 2019

By Liz Highleyman

San Francisco — New HIV diagnoses in San Francisco continue to fall but disparities remain, according to the latest HIV epidemiology report from the San Francisco Department of Public Health. While acknowledging last year's good news, health officials are concerned that the COVID-19 crisis could compromise the city's progress going forward. (More)

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Imagine How Trump Feels About LGBTQ+ Service Members

By John Casey

Washington — It's estimated that more than 36,000 Gay men and lesbians are serving in active duty, representing 2.5 percent of active duty personnel. When the guard and reserve are included, nearly 65,000 men and women in uniform are likely gay, lesbian, or bisexual. Our transgender brothers and sisters were booted from the military early in Trump's presidency thanks to his shameful and discriminatory policy, though some do continue to serve. (More)

Logo Logo Open Tom of Finland’s Archives in Iconic Artist’s First Official Biography

Open Tom of Finland’s Archives in Iconic Artist’s First Official Biography

By Christopher Rudolph

Print — Artist Touko Laaksonen, a.k.a. Tom of Finland, rose to fame as one of the most significant erotic artists of the last century. He was prolific, having created almost 3,500 illustrations during his 40-year career, and his drawings of hyper-sexualized, masculine men became staples of gay culture.

Laaksonen died in 1991. Almost 30 years later, an official biography of the artist is finally being released. Created in partnership with the Tom of Finland Foundation, Tom of Finland: The Official Life and Work of a Gay Hero opens Laaksonen’s archives and features some of his most famous illustrations along with rare, never-before-seen materials from his archives. (More)

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Nervous About November 3? Here’s How You Can Help

By Matt Tracy

Cyberspace — Judging purely by the state of national polls, Democratic Presidential nominee Joe Biden is maintaining a steady lead over President Donald Trump with less than two months to go until election day.

But four years after former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton lost despite winning the popular vote by nearly three million votes, it is more clear than ever that battleground states — not the nationwide tally — will determine the winner of an election that has shaped up to be much more of a referendum on the president’s past four years than a typical head-to-head matchup for the White House. (More)

Out.com Logo Henry Golding Explains Why He's Playing Gay in 'Monsoon'

Henry Golding Explains Why He's Playing Gay in 'Monsoon'

By Mikelle Street

Hollywood — Henry Golding had a head-turning starring role in the blockbuster hit Crazy Rich Asians. Since, he's been reaping the rewards, knocking one project after the other out of the park. But this fall Monsoon, his latest project, releases and he's playing Kit, a Vietnamese man who returns to his home country after fleeing as a child. But Kit is gay. (More)