Queer Clicks: January 31 | In NFL’s 100 Years, no Openly gay Player has Appeared in a Regular-Season Game, A Transgender Pride Flag Emoji Is Finally on Its Way, and Other Clicks

In NFL’s 100 Years, no Openly gay Player has Appeared in a Regular-Season Game

O’Callaghan, who helped protect Tom Brady in Super Bowl XLII in February 2008, is one of untold closeted gay men who have led tortured double lives in the NFL. Boston Globe

A Transgender Pride Flag Emoji Is Finally on Its Way

As Business Insider reports, more than 100 new emojis have been approved for Emoji v13.0 by Unicode Consortium. New Now Next

Even More LGBTQ Representation in Super Bowl ads This Year

Queer Eye’s Jonathan Van Ness stars in a new spot for Pop-Tarts Pretzels set to air during the second quarter of the big game on February 2. Instinct Magazine

Hollyoaks Hunk David Tag Reveals hot bod and More for DNA

David Tag plays Sylver McQueen in the UK TV drama Hollyoaks. In a stunning six-page spread in this month’s DNA, he reveals his hot body, what he thinks of his DILF status, and what he wears to bed! DNA Magazine

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