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Gay wrestler Dave Marshall makes money for charity in adults only forum

Dave Marshall reveals it all for a good cause.

Professional wrestlers create stage characters much like actors do on Broadway, but Aussie sportsman Dave Marshall has yet to identify his own persona as gay in the ring even though he is open about it in real life. 

Subscribers to his racy OnlyFans page get up close and personal with the sports star and it's for a good cause. 

Former NFL player comes out, getting married

He can finally be his authentic self as he ties the knot with his finance Joshua Ross this weekend. Rohrer says he has received nothing but support.

Jeff Rohrer, 59, was a linebacker for the Dallas Cowboys back when they had transcended from their home arena to become pop culture icons mostly due to the Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders. 

Johnny Rapid shows you how to check your junk for men's health month

Adult video star Johnny Rapid is taking a break from his regular videos to provide a tutorial on how men can self-examine themselves for testicular cancer.

The NSFW video from Border2Border Entertainment and Men.com shows Rapid in his work uniform as he illustrates the best way to check yourself for irregularities. 

Trans crisis hotline gets four-times more calls since memo leak

According to Trans Lifeline, the number of calls coming into their crises center have quadrupled since the New York Times printed a story about an alleged memo that proposes to erase transgender individuals from society. 

Red Sox and trans pride flag win the World Series

The world series got a colorful reminder of human rights during the game.

Just as the L.A. Dodgers and Red Sox were battling it out for the Commissioner's Trophy at the World Series on Sunday night, activists draped a huge trans Pride flag from over an upper deck in the stadium seats. 

Majority now believe sexual assault is widespread issue

Recent public discussions about sexual assault also influenced views on how many victims report their sexual assaults to police or friends and family—with 29 percent responding that fewer victims report their experience than they previously thought.

Nearly two in three Americans (65 percent) now believe that sexual assault is a widespread problem in society, according to a new AmeriSpeak® Spotlight on Health survey from NORC at the University of Chicago.

CDC researchers examine HIV-related stigma among U.S. healthcare providers

Less stigmatizing attitudes by providers can help reduce social and structural barriers to HIV care across the care continuum.

A Systemic Review from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) analyzed studies of HIV-related stigma among healthcare providers and identified three main themes: attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors; quality of patient care; and education and training.