Posts tagged ‘Gayle King’

March 8, 2011

Ex-Gays My Ass

by Accidental Bear

Some subjects that make my skin crawl: “ex-gays” , on the “down low” and Donald trump. There again is the one word solution, THERAPY people, THERAPY.


Live Chat Tonight About “Ex-Gays”

By Editors


Following Tuesday night’s episode of Our America With Lisa Ling regarding the “ex-gay” movement, there will be a live chat on the subject with Ling and Gayle King.

Airing on OWN: The Oprah Winfrey NetworkOur America With Lisa Ling is a newsmagazine that covers topical subjects — Tuesday night’s episode is called “Pray the Gay Away?” and looks at so-called “conversion therapy.” Following “Pray the Gay Away?” (airing from 10-11 p.m. Eastern), Ling and King, host of OWN’s The Gayle King Show, will take phone calls, Skype questions, tweets, and Facebook messages from the public. Viewers can submit their questions by calling (888) 442-9535,  using the hashtag #OurAmerica on Twitter, or via Facebook at

January 21, 2011

Queers have BIGGER Peckers. Really?

by Accidental Bear

Hmmmm, interesting. It’s hard for me to tell, I haven’t had sex with that many straight men! Saying you’re straight for the sake of making you more desirabe doesn’t count. I can BUST ONE MYTH though. From my current profession its often I see the whole full monty. The idea that big hands and feet mean larger down south is NOT true! Me being the king of Peckers , many moons ago a friend of mine who was preggers asked me if she had a boy whether I thought she should have him circumcised or not.  She thought me, being a  HOMOSEXUAL ( Scream like it’s Pee Wees word of the day) had seen more penises than anyone else she knew. She was right , but I won’t tell you what I told her.

Are Gay Men Better Endowed?

By Editors


Gay men are better endowed than straight men, radio and TV journalist Faith Sallie told Gayle King on Friday’s installment of The Gayle King Show.

It’s one of many ways people can tell gay men from straight men, Salie says. The journalist appeared on the show to talk about gaydar, citing David France‘s 2007 article for New York magazine titled “The Science of Gaydar.”

Salie says research is turning up an increasing number of ways in which gay people are different from straight people. Finger length, hair patterns and finger prints are among the other ways in which gay people and straight people differ.

According to Salie, the differences between gay men and lesbians are also significant.

Listen here.

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