A politician named Randy Benning (of all things) who had voted against gay rights was forced to leave his comfortable closet after he sent an explicit picture of himself to another man on Grindr. This is a family-friendly site, so in case you’re wondering, no we do not have that photo.
He had voted twice against a Senate bill that would make sexual discrimination part of the North Dakota’s anti-discrimination law.
However, the Republican who has served as part of the state assembly for some 12 years, was found to be slightly hypocritical when he sent an explicit picture of himself to a 21-year-old, Dustin Smith, on gay dating app Grindr.
‘I’m sure I’ve talked to this person before,’ Smith recalled thinking to himself when he saw the faces of the politicians who voted against the gay rights bill, he told the The Washington Post.
‘Suddenly it dawned on me: I think I’ve seen this guy on Grindr!’
Smith scrolled through the social network until he found Mr Boehning and struck up a risqué conversation.
Small talk quickly escalated to sexually suggestive messages… and soon he obtained a picture of the public servant’s private parts. It was then that he came forward to out the politician.
‘I just felt like this story had to get out,’ said Mr. Smith.
Mr. Boehning, from Fargo, Dakota, said he was relieved to finally come out. ‘A 1,000lb gorilla has been lifted,’ he said.
Imagine how much info NSA surveillance has on similarly unwary politicians… I mean, this guy could have easily blackmailed Boehning had he wanted to, which brings up the question of what the NSA would have done with his photos… They obviously have them too.
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