By far, the hottest “Orthodox Priest” calendar

5616d5c814000024003c7d19-453x670 The 2016 is approaching fast, and as expected, makers of the annual Orthodox Priest calendar are surprising us this year too. They are releasing probably the most risky and one of the raciest images for their new calendar.   They wanted to send a powerful message against hate, so they are putting the priests in pretty provocative scenarios and using the appeal to provoke social change.   Magdalena De Iona, press representative, stated: “Art has long been one of the main channels for social change. What we stand for is true love and free will. And that makes us think one day we will find common ground, in a better world.”   Just looking at the first cover photo, you will notice on what level of risky we are talking about. You can notice Russian President Vladimir Putin and Moscow’s Patriarch Kirill I, in a scene as each other’s brides, wearing just briefs and skimpy lingerie.   We are sharing the photos, and in the comment section, we would like to hear your opinion. 5616d5c81200002e007e4b57-447x670 5616d5c81200002e007e4b59-447x670 5616d5c91200002e007e4b5a-447x670 5616d5c81400002200c7982c-447x670 5616d5c91400002200c7982f-447x670

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Basketball assistant coach Chris Burns coming out as gay

rsz_coach-Chris-Burns-w510   Chris Burns used to play for Bryant from 2003 to 2007. This is his third year as an assistant coach under Tim O’Shea. Burns wrote a column for Outsports, in which he has come out as gay. He is now officially the first openly gay coach in Division I men’s basketball history.   In the column that he wrote for Outsports, he said: “I decided last year to attend the Nike LGBT Sports Summit. I met so many people there -- gay people in sports -- who made me finally realize that this day would come. To see that support group of people, who have all been working for so many years in sports, was incredibly powerful and inspiring.”   Burns concluded: “Being able to learn and talk with members from all parts of the LGBT community sank in just how important being able to tell my story would be, and how there is a responsibility that comes along with meeting these people and being in the positions that we are in the athletic world. The work of all the people who've come before me makes sharing my true self something that is a responsibility, not just a choice.”          

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