Wet & Wilddd
I don’t give a fuck. I thought you’d like to know.
For those that are wondering, I did not post “Beefcake Car Wash: S. Africa” in honor of Nelson Mandela like someone pointed out. That’s a disgusting implication. I posted it because Gordon Grieve is going to be featured this month in an interview and he is South African. I also was not aware Nelson Mandela died when I posted it. I also want to make something very clear: I do not tolerate hatred disguised as opinions or “critiques.” I think we’ve come far enough in The LGBT community to stop with the petty comments and self-entitlement. There is room for all of us and we should learn to unite rather than divide. If RevGay is not for you, simply move on. Do not leave ignorant messages and do not try to shadow your hate onto others. I speak for my magazine, for other brother magazines as well, we are one. We do not need the hate. Grow up to those that have nothing better to do than to spout off at the mouth. Social Media is not an excuse to be cruel and evil. I love my LGBT community and I love the Straight community as well. I see no color and I see no prejudice. As for Nelson Mandela, he was a great man who left an indelible mark on humanity as a whole. He is an important cultural figure, he is a world wonder and he is a legend. To think that I would post pictures of men having a good time washing cars in honor of him disgusts me and whoever thinks that should really be ashamed of himself. My magazine is Revolutionary. It is unlike any other magazine and it is iconic because it speaks to the LGBT directly rather than through ads and pills. It changes the perception of who we are and where we are headed. My articles speak colorfully and sometimes tongue in cheek about the great many personalities we have, how diverse we are, and why we’re here to stay. If you’re offended by that, then RevGay is not the magazine for you. We are here to stay. For a long time to come. Thank you to all of the fans that follow us, we love you so much. Your words and your letters are always in my heart.
Xavii Matisse Editor-In-Chief
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