The National Institutes of Health has spent millions of dollars over the past decade to fund the construction of an HIV-prevention website that, among other sexually explicit features, includes a graphic image of homosexual sex and a Space Invaders-style interactive game that uses a penis-shaped blaster to shoot down gay epithets.
The grant money went to a team of researchers at the University of Minnesota that created a site called Sexpulse. The goal was to draw in what are termed MISM — or “men who use the Internet to seek sex with men” — in order to educate them and ultimately reduce their risk of contracting HIV.
But the site used unorthodox methods to get subjects’ attention and keep them interested. The site includes pornographic images of homosexual sex as well as naked and scantily clad men. It includes several risqué interactive features, like the Space Invaders-style arcade game.
Less than 10 days after the birth of his baby son, Jordan Zane Weiner, with wife Huma Abedin, it only seems appropriate for more details from the disgraced former democrat politician’s scandal to seep out into the public. Former mistress/dick pic recipient/awkward chest flex pic recipient, Traci Nobles, claims that Weiner had a conversation with her detailing his desire to have a threesome with her and another dude.
WEINER: “I’m not really talking about other chicks… How about with another guy?”
NOBLES: “Hmmmm, haven’t done it before.”
WEINER: “It can be hot.”
NOBLES: “Are you turned on by other guys?”
WEINER: “Well it depends on the guy, but generally yes.”
Sources however have quickly come out to say that he is “not gay” but rather just “very open sexually.”
Who cares if he’s gay or not….this guy is a major douche with a wife that is way hotter and saner than him. Also, he sends really gross/unimpressive sexts.
Then how do you afford all those cheeseburgers, huh?
Michael Moore, also known as Jaba the crockumentary maker, put his foot in his mouth (figurely, not literally. He outweighs a baby whale) while speaking to Piers Morgan.
MOORE: Isn’t that amazing? Really, I’m here talking against my own interests.
MORGAN: What’s the matter with you?
MOORE: What’s wrong with me?
MORGAN: You crazy man. He makes a good point. You’re in the 1 percent?
MOORE: I’m not in the 1 percent.
MORGAN: Probably 0.2 percent?
MORGAN: You’re one of the most successful filmmakers in the country.
MOORE: No, I’m not. For a documentary filmmaker, I’m doing well.
MORGAN: You’re splitting hairs.
MOORE: There’s a big difference between a documentary and “Avatar.”
MORGAN: There is.
MOORE: I’m not that. Let me just say –
MORGAN: There are people watching that say “Michael Moore, rich guy.”
“Of course I’m not,” Moore said. “How can I be in the 1 percent? No, that’s not true. I do really well. I do well, but what’s the point, though?”