Fifteen Years Is Not That Long; Is It?
Ashton Kutcher, 27, and Demi Moore, 42, got married this weekend. The two have been dating since 2003. This is the first marriage for Kutcher and the third for Moore. This summer Moore reportedly told a magazine they planned to expand their family, but did not mention marriage. Granted, Moore looks superb for her age and Kutcher started as a model, making this a super HOT couple, but the underlying age issue has always prevailed. Many females love the thought of the roles being reversed, with an older woman dating a younger man, while some feel the age difference and lack of mutual references will prove fatal for the relationship.
Oops! Did I Do That?!
Yesterday’s Hispanic Community Parade in Jackson Heights, Queens (NYC) was interrupted by tragedy when an unidentified SUV driver plowed down five beauty pageant contestants marching in the parade. The driver meant to step on the brake and mistakenly hit the gas, dragging three of the beauties before onlookers lifted the SUV from the Miss Taxi International bombshells. The driver, who was not charged, was said to be crying profusely.
Raped Sex Slave or Willing Participant?
Roderick Johnson, 37, was serving time at the Allred Unit, a prison a few miles outside of Witchita Falls, Texas. It was there that Mr. Johnson alleges he was raped and sold or rented as property by a gang called the Gangster Disciples. Johnson and corroborators, who appeared at his lawsuit against the state, allege Johnson was sold for as little as $3 to $7 per session, several times a day. The state alleges Johnson is a “free-world” homosexual who willingly participated in sex with prisoners. The state has letters from Johnson to several prisoners that appear to be love notes. In fairness, the state also has letters from Johnson begging to be removed from his unit and put into safekeeping – a unit reserved for at risk known homosexuals, convicted police officers and informants. The ACLU has taken-up Johnson’s case. The state officials who have testified say Johnson should have attempted to fight away his alleged attackers and that most prison rape victims show physical signs of abuse, including broken bones and bruises.
The previous story about the alleged rape of Roderick Johnson begs the questions: Why are we closed minded or unable to accept a “free-world” gay man being raped? Can it be equated with saying that you can’t really rape a woman since she enjoyed sleeping with men anyway? Is it possible that Johnson refused to be beaten to a pulp only to be raped anyway? Why has the state (and some of the media) turned this into a case of “you can’t rape the willing?” Can someone tell me what the difference is between a “free-world” gay man and a “locked-down” gay man – since gay would indicate a man who willingly chooses to sleep with men?
Keep passin’ the open windows…