Wonderful World of Wanzie: Watermark Style Guide “Gay Correlation”—Wanzie Style

By : Michael Wanzie
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I’ve been happily writing for Watermark for some time now. With the coming of this past New Year, a message went out to all contributing writers—from the desk of the publisher of this fine publication—instructing us that moving forward all Viewpoint submissions were to have a “correlation” to gayness.

In my particular case the point was made that if I’m going to write a rant about tRump, then I need to make a point as to how and why the topic of my column should also be of concern to the gay community. I was admonished— in a totally civil manner— to do so because, in the words of the publisher, “After all, this is a gay publication.”

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Homo Erectus: Not Show Ready

By : Dr. Steve Yacovelli
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Steve Yacovelli

Steve Yacovelli

A “bear” in the gay community is a larger gay man who tends to be hairy. A bear isn’t hung up on the svelte, gym-toned, hairless, Abercrombie body—but a natural presentation of their physical selves.

Bears tend to have the healthiest perspective of what an attractive male physique looks like and tends to appreciate people more for who they are versus how many abs they have.

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Appellate court won’t reconsider Idaho gay marriage

By : Wire Report
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BOISE, Idaho (AP) – The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has denied Gov. C. L. “Butch” Otter’s request for a review of the court’s ruling last year that overturned Idaho’s ban on gay marriage.

Otter had requested that an 11-judge panel review the October decision by three judges that Idaho’s same-sex marriage ban was unconstitutional. On Jan. 9, the 9th Circuit rejected Otter’s request. Three judges dissented from the majority, noting that a 6th Circuit decision upheld similar laws in four states.

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