So it's not surprising that we almost never hear the words "bisexual" or "queer" uttered in mainstream press (or mass public reception) when describing orientation.
Instead, we see tweets like this: And it's why pop culture bloggers Tom & Lorenzo recently proclaimed Stewart's "soft butch chic" style as being "lesbian Jackie O." In fact, most of the buzz since the photos were released have been described as "lesbian rumors." When society is confronted with an identity that intentionally challenges us by refusing to adhere to frameworks we understand, we don't know what to do with it.
Photos show Georgia sheriff's deputies searching his car in an Auto Zone parking lot, where he says he was getting his alignment fixed.
He also said he had medical marijuana that was prescribed for anxiety.
Studs - I was eight years old when this show first aired and I thought it was the sexiest thing since shirtless Prince Eric in the The Little Mermaid.
is "a daring new dating series that starts where some good dates might end — naked." The concept is simple: A contestant starts with six potential suitors in lit-up boxes that reveal their bodies from the waist down.
While a fear of being sued for libel is likely discouraging some publications from using any sexual identity labels in their writing, there's something else going on, too: The media is unable to acknowledge any form of sexuality that falls outside the neat boxes of straight, lesbian, and gay.In the fourth round, the contestant gets to hear the remaining suitors' voices, and in the final round, the contestant also gets naked and everyone has a good old-fashioned nude conversation together, because why not?Unsurprisingly, the show has received quite a bit of buzz, along with a considerable amount of backlash.But so far, it seems like at least one happy couple has come out of it, so at least it's working.This undated photo provided by the Habersham County Sheriff's Office shows Aaron Carter.