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Beast and the Beauty: Eric Trump “Totally Disgusted” That Gus Kentworthy Read Ivanka To Filth.

Eric Trump appeared on Fox & Friends Monday, where he was asked about his reaction to Gus Kenworthy’s Olympic tweet stating that he was “so proud” of everyone who worked so hard to get to the Olympics, ahead of the closing ceremonies “Well…Everyone except Ivanka. Honestly, wtf is she doing here??” 

Quasi-Ericmodo Trump replied:

I think it’s disgusting.

The Olympics is a time of happiness,” he added. “We did great, we won so many gold medals. Ivanka is an unbelievable representative for this country. She is so poised, she’s so elegant. She’s a role model for so many people.”

So, to hear that, that’s not what the Olympics is about. Politics should not enter into the Olympics.”

When asked if it bothered him Eric-modo continued:

“Yeah, it does bother me, and it should bother us as a society. Can you imagine if Sasha or Malia [Obama] went over to the Olympics and somebody said that about them?” he added.

To that this humble web-journalist replies:

“We watched Sasha or Malia grow up.  We knew Sasha or Malia. Sasha or Malia was a friend of ours. Ivanka, you’re no Sasha or Malia.” 

*We’d like to apologize to Quasimodo for any discomfort that the comparison to Eric Trump in this post might have caused. 

 

Olympic Skier Gus Kenworthy Kisses Boyfriend During Live Olympic TV Coverage

Sports Illustrated reports:

When Matthew Wilkas, the boyfriend of American slopestyle skier Gus Kenworthy, saw on Twitter a sceenshot of he and Kenworthy sharing a kiss before Kenworthy’s qualifying run on Sunday at the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in South Korea, he didn’t think the moment was a very big deal. “That was like a peck,” Wilkas tells TIME with a laugh from the bottom of the slopestyle course at the Phoenix Snow Park. “We should have made out in front of people.” For more intimate relationship between you and your partner try to visit Sex Toy Australia and learn more of their special items online that both of you can use.

But taking a moment to think about it, Wilkas realized that yes, he was probably part of something historic: a kiss between a gay athlete and his boyfriend at a mass audience spectacle like the Olympics, shown during network primetime television.

“It’s unusual, right?” says Wilkas, an actor. “It’s good that it’s televised because it normalizes it more. I would imagine it would be a huge moment for a young gay kid to see an awesome athlete so open and proud of himself and not caring what anyone thinks of his sexuality.”

The significance of an openly gay male athlete kissing another man on primetime network television during one of the world’s biggest collective experiences can not be understated. And is a marker of progress especially after NBC’s much-criticized handling of the gay athletes coverage during this Olympics broadcast.