After a 2 week hiatus, we are back in the bunker and had a few things to discuss. Let’s just dive right in and get to the “down and dirty” of it all.
A little housekeeping stuff to go over as we start then we dive into our topics; Day of Pink (not to be confused with Pink Shirt Day), Politician hypocrisy, Steamworks Toronto admission policies, Reconciling the relationship between the LGBTQ Community and Toronto Police Service, No cock for Spiderman, Awkward (yet sexy) photos of men in shorts from the 70s, How to shower with a buddy.
turnipHed got some new Ergowear gear that he wants to talk about and then picked up a couple other things to talk about.
Finally, Pride & Remembrance Run is coming up so that means we will be hitting you up for money and lots of it. Plus turnipHed closes out with a “WTF is wrong with you?” moment.
WOW! Is it ever HOT here in Toronto. We are in the middle of a heat wave, with heat advisories being issued daily! Which makes the studio a very, very hot place to be hanging out.
turnipHed and UrbanGuyTO don’t really have any gear to talk about this week but we still have a lot to talk about…especially when it comes to SEX!
We talk about; what it really means to be sex positive, more asshole cops, body image, Ontario and HIV prosecution and the sad death of Scout Schultz at Georgia Tech.
The membership fee to be member of Pride Toronto is $20. How many people that are now expressing their disdain for Pride Toronto took the time to pay the membership fee and go down last night and vote? Or did they just assume and expect that everyone shared their view points and would vote accordingly in their own absence.
With taking last week off due to the US Holiday; we had a lot more to talk about this week. While some of it may be a little while ago, we feel it is important and should not be forgotten about until it is fixed.Hang in there boys we do have some gear talk in this episode; we just had a bit of other “HOT” topics to get through first.
However, there is a long memory in the LGBTQ2S community regarding inappropriate entrapment and disproportionate use of force by police against it.
Toronto spokesperson Meghan Gray says efforts are being made to restore the park back to a family-friendly hot spot, with a community event being held on Saturday November 19th which will include refreshments and activities for children.