Hot Slut Of The Day!

June 17, 2017 / Posted by:

Nikos Giannopoulos, the special education teacher from Rhode Island who brought sass and glamour to The Orange House.

The Jabba the Trump administration hasn’t said shit about June being Gay Pride Month (and no, Ivanka Trump’s intern tweeting for her about it doesn’t count). Trump has tweeted about everything but Gay Pride Month and not only because he can’t spell out LGBTQ. This picture of Nikos at the White House was taken back in April, but he summoned several hundred waves of YAASSSes by sharing it on Facebook this week.

Nikos, who teaches 11th and 12th graders at Beacon Charter High School for the Arts in Woonsocket, RI, was named Rhode Island’s Teacher of the Year. So along with the other Teachers of the Year, he was invited to the White House in April. Nikos showed up and showed OUT in a rainbow pin, a statement necklace that I’m telling myself is from Joan Rivers’ QVC line and a black lace fan his partner bought in Venice. Nikos said in a Facebook post that he wanted to talk to Trump about his anti-LGBTQ policies, but none of the teachers really got to talk to him. Trump only said a handful of words to Nikos and called him “stylish.” Trump may or may not have been speaking to the mirror that was directly behind Nikos.

When it came time to pose with “the person seated at the desk,” Nikos popped his Kunty Karl Lagerfeld-approved fan and struck a pose (there’s nothing to it!) and easily became the best part of that picture (although, if he wasn’t in that photo, the phones, flags, Melania’s hot Dress Barn belt circa 1993 and drapes would’ve won that title). Nikos worked it like an opera diva playing Carmen or like my abuelita fanning herself during mass after her church’s AC went out.

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Nikos said a lot about that day on Facebook, but here’s a tiny piece of it.

As LGBTQ people, our identities are complex, but our needs are universal – to be loved, to be respected for who we are, and to be fully equal citizens of the United States of America.

When I think back to my time in the White House, I will not remember the person seated at the desk.

He went on to write that he’ll instead remember the teachers who have “overcome structural barriers of race, gender, socioeconomic status, home language, immigration status, sexual orientation, and much more.

And I raise the beat-up paper fan I got at a wedding to Nikos. If you’re going to diss a trick to his face without saying a word, do it with a hot lace fan!

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