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Police in Australia are refusing to apologize for failing to properly investigate a string of homicides in the 1970s, ’80s, and ’90s believed to have been motivated by anti-LGBT bigotry.
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There's been a lot of great journalism in 2017, but the reported who didn't ask Eminem any followup questions about using Grindr has let down their entire profession https://t.co/s VTD6qr1lw— Elijah Clark-Ginsberg (@eclarkginsberg) December 19, 2017This Eminem using Grindr story reminds me of that scene in The Interview except this time the interviewer just didn’t follow up on it pic.twitter.com/qst MUWq6q N— Adam Gilroy (@Gilroys World) December 19, 2017So Eminem, the king of homophobic slurs, just casually (and, seemingly, seriously) drops that he’s used Grindr in this Vulture Q&A and the interviewer doesn’t ask him about it at all.
It was left to fans to ask: Was Eminem joking, or does the rapper — who’s courted controversy for his use of homophobic language in the past — date dudes?
As icky as that might sound, in a perverse way, you have to give the show credit.
At least it foregrounded a gay man trying to find love, instead of using gay men as humorous accessories—or potential roadblocks in the path of straight contestants.
But in some of the other information he divulged, he had admitted he was younger.