- Netflix throws ‘Umbrella Academy’-themed wedding for fans 4 Years Ago
- Report: Facebook collects app data on users’ body weight, menstrual cycles Today 3:38 PM
- Amy Klobuchar reportedly ate salad with a comb, and Twitter’s got questions Today 2:47 PM
- Nobody likes Spotify’s new update Today 2:34 PM
- Student assaulted on campus while tabling for right-wing group Today 1:56 PM
- Kim Kardashian West sues fashion company for using her likeness to sell clothes Today 1:12 PM
- The Oscar-nominated movies you’ll actually want to watch again Today 12:56 PM
- Viral graphic shows the moment Apple became the top brand Today 12:27 PM
- Jake Paul calls out KSI for a YouTube boxing match Today 11:31 AM
- This elementary school made students play ‘runaway slave’ Today 11:20 AM
- ‘Captain Marvel’ is already a box office hit Today 11:06 AM
- This ‘buff bunny vs. small bunny’ meme is here for when you’re feeling inferior Today 10:53 AM
- Ocasio-Cortez slams trolls who come at her with ‘weak’ memes Today 10:52 AM
- YouTube just made it awfully easy to harass creators Today 10:16 AM
- Report: Trump the only 2020 contender who won’t rule out using stolen data Today 9:01 AM
It’s intended as a compliment to the former Secretary of State.
Hillary Clinton is at the top of the world right now, but one man wants her to know he’s willing to bottom for her. Right before Clinton officially announced her candidacy for president last Sunday, a San Francisco man named Ryan was already getting the word out by holding up a cardboard cutout of Clinton and selling T-shirts with the message: “I’d Bottom for Hillary.”
By “bottom,” he is, of course, referring to being on the receiving end during sex, or what the dude on the left is doing in this photo:
Ryan hasn’t returned the Daily Dot’s request for comment, but he did tell Fusion that there are loftier ideals behind his Bottom for Hillary campaign. “With bottoming, there’s a lot that goes into it. A lot of homosexuals understand the concept,” he said. “Bottoming for someone takes a lot of trust and understanding.”
He also made sure to clarify that the campaign is staunchly pro-Hillary. “It really is a compliment to Hillary. [Being willing to bottom for her is] kind of the same relationship that a lot of people have with Hillary Clinton.”
If Hillary doesn’t use Drake’s “Started from the Bottom” as her campaign song, then we don’t even know anymore.
Marisa Kabas is a lifestyle reporter and activist. Her work has been published by Fusion, Fast Company, and Today. She’s also served as an editorial campaigns director for Purpose PBC, a social movement incubator.