For decades, Rod Stewart's name has been synonymous with ingesting quarts of cum. The rumor goes that he sucked off and swallowed so many sailors in a gay bar in San Diego that he landed in the hospital and needed to have his stomach pumped. What a lightweight. Despite what he claims, it's become such an accepted part of his bio that the seemingly straight-laced, Talbots-wearing ladies who filled the chairs of Katie Couric's talk show stage giddily screamed, "FACT!!! Stewart denied it and can even point to the source: a scorned publicist named Tony Toon. Stewart is talking about this because he released his memoir this week, Rod: The Autobiography.
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The couple also updated the list with the best and worst places for gay travelers in , which can be viewed here. A new report details the most dangerous—and safest—places for gay travelers. According to the report, a few factors—such as adoption recognition and worker protections—may not affect travelers directly but are a good indication of overall attitudes within the culture. A view of the Lagos skyline in Nigeria, which was named the most dangerous place in the world for There, people can be put in prison for up to 14 years just for being gay, and some states even have the death penalty under Sharia law. Same-sex marriage has been legal there since , and the country has more Pride festivals per capita than anywhere else in the world.
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It paid Emergent BioSolutions , a Maryland biotech firm known for producing anthrax vaccines, to have a factory in Baltimore always at the ready. When the coronavirus pandemic arrived, the factory became the main U. But so far not a single dose has been usable because regulators have not yet certified the factory to allow the vaccines to be distributed to the public. Emergent and government health officials have long touted their partnership as a success, but an examination by The New York Times of manufacturing practices at the Baltimore facility found serious problems, including a corporate culture that often ignored or deflected missteps and a government sponsor, the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority, that acted more as a partner than a policeman.
It's an iconic Vegas attraction, and it's free! Gay clubs and bars in Las Vegas are found throughout the city, most of them not far off the Strip. The atmosphere at many Vegas gay clubs and bars tends to be welcoming and relaxed, and the drinks are usually strong and inexpensive. At The Phoenix on West Charleston, the vibe is inviting and energetic and includes loads of entertainment.