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Stephen Shirodkar
Stephen Shirodkar

Gay Money Sex UPD

Women who are in same-sex couples and in the labor force tend to make far more money than similar women in heterosexual couples, while men in gay couples tend to make slightly less than their heterosexual counterparts. People in gay couples are also more likely to be in the labor force (that is, working or looking for a job) than their heterosexual counterparts, and they're far more likely to be highly educated.

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Peter Thiel, a German-born hedge fund manager and founder of the online payment system PayPal, gave Cruz $251,000 in 2009 for his aborted run for attorney general. The money represented 19 percent of the total raised for that campaign, which Cruz ended after Attorney General Greg Abbott decided to run for re-election.

But Thiel's political and financial support for gay rights and legal marijuana, among other causes, have made him a lightning rod in the U.S. Senate race. Thiel has given money to gay Republican groups incluing GOProud and the American Foundation for Equal Rights. He enthusiastically backed Republican Ron Paul in the presidential race, providing most of the money for the candidate's super PAC, Endorse Liberty.

Men having sex with men (MSM) now account for 7% of all HIV/AIDS cases in China and there is growing awareness that internal rural-to-urban migration might shift the HIV epidemic within China by broadening social and sexual mixing. About 70% of HIV/AIDS infections are among rural residents, of whom 80% are males and 60% aged 16-29. This young, male, rural-to-urban migrant population has been identified as the 'tipping point' for the AIDS epidemic in China. A subgroup of these migrants is the 'money boy' population, i.e. those who engage in same-sex transactional sex for economic survival. However, the literature addressing money boys is very limited. The present study aims to elucidate factors for preventing substance abuse and HIV among two types of money boys 'gay-identified' and 'non-gay-identified' living in the Shanghai metropolitan area. This work is conceptually underpinned by Chng et al.'s (2003) tripartite model, which postulates that risk behaviors (e.g. substance abuse) engaged in by transient or non-native individuals are often shaped and regulated by factors in the home environment, migration experience and current environment. Results reveal gay and non-gay money boys were not significantly different in age, income, marriage status and education. Both groups shared similar patterns of substance use. Both groups had high self-reported depressive symptoms and low HIV knowledge. However, sexual orientation differentially predicted HIV testing, with gay money boys more likely to be tested for HIV. Non-gay money boys showed fewer sexual risks. HIV prevention targeting MSM (including money boys) within rapidly changing China is discussed, as are methodologies and outreach strategies most effective for particular subgroups of MSM.

Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker were among the most famous televangelists in America, living a life of luxury with multiple houses, expensive cars and more money than God, when their empire all came crashing down amid sex and financial scandals.

\"We had a cash office and at times there was certainly more money in than... I could imagine,\" he said.\" \"People would send us mink coats, diamond rings, deeds. I mean, we got all sorts of donations.\"

Hahn later claimed that in December 1980, when she was 21 years old, Jim Bakker allegedly sexually assaulted her. The ministry then paid more than $200,000 in hush money. Jim Bakker disputed her account of a sexual assault and years later, he wrote in his book, \"I Was Wrong,\" that the sex was consensual.

CORNISH: And it certainly made this guy's job easier. This is Andrew Tobias, the treasurer for the DNC. He's gay and a top bundler, one of the elite fundraisers who not only give their money but gather together big checks from their friends and colleagues.

BRIAN ELLNER: And some of Mitt Romney's biggest supporters have broken with him on this question, like David Koch, who came out for marriage equality, like Dick Cheney, like Laura Bush, like Megan McCain. So many Republicans and big money-raising Republicans support marriage equality now. So in a sense it's almost flipped on its head. I think that you'd be hard pressed to find a politician who wouldn't take either LGBT money or money from those who support marriage equality.

A disheartening experience: You meet someone new, someone nice, and once you start talking about yourself and say what you do, he says, "Hey, just to be clear, I'm not looking for anything more than casual friendship." He thinks you're being nice because you're hoping to get money out of him, hoping he'll hire you. Not every conversation is an audition for work -- not every chat a physical therapist has is a sly search for a client.

There's a common belief that you must be in a bad spot -- drug problem, homeless, or otherwise out of options -- to be doing this. While that is certainly true for countless queer people, including trans and queer people of color, and trans and queer youth, not everyone turns to escorting as a last resort. Life is expensive. Some extra money hurts no one.

The backpacking trip round Australia before going off to university next year had started out quite well, but the money I'd brought with me hadn't lasted very long and there just wasn't any work via all the usual channels so me and my mate Lee were getting pretty desperate for cash by the time we reached the hostel in Melbourne.

I don't know how long we all stood in silence looking from one to the other, but somehow Lee and I had made eye contact and indicated to each other that the idea should be considered; $1000 was the sort of money that we really couldn't refuse.

Paunchy and sunburned white men frequent tourist spots like Labadi Beach and Coco Beach to admire the muscular black men who play soccer on the shore. Some enterprising young men who see lustful visitors as a way to make quick money often approach these men with invitations for sex, sometimes pushing aside their own heterosexuality.

Some savvy sex workers have turned to Internet sites like Mygaydar or Faceparty to discreetly advertise their services. Their online profiles differ slightly from those users who are looking for genuine companionship and are distinguishable by their glamorous photos of American porn stars and requests or hints for money and gifts.

"All the guys say in the first letter already that they love you," wrote another online poster. "In the second or third letter, they asked me for money, which makes me very angry, because I am not a bank. I am not rich and money has nothing to do with friendship! So I stopped the contacts."

David managed to avoid arrest or harassment his first few weeks in Accra. The money he makes is enough for a small apartment and two to three meals a day, but not enough to pay his way out of jail should trouble arise.

When gay and transgender workers suffer from pay disparities they have less money in their pockets to pay the mortgage, buy groceries, and pay their utility bills. It is no wonder then (contrary to common stereotypes) that families headed by same-sex couples earn significantly less than their heterosexual counterparts. The average household income for same-sex couples raising children is $15,500, or 20 percent less than heterosexual couples. This means the wage gap for many families headed by same-sex couples contributes to significant disparities in income earnings.

ANNAPOLIS, Maryland: Last week, Governor Martin O'Malley spoke at an Equality Maryland fundraiser to raise money for his campaign for supporters of same-sex marriage. O'Malley urged suporters to "call on the goodness" of their opponents in their attempts to gain more votes in the General Assembly and more allies throughout the state.[1] 041b061a72




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