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road.jpg Rumors flying on Capitol Hill that the Mark Foley report may be released imminently. UPDDATE: CNN is reporting the house Ethics Committee will hold a 2pm news conference.

Condomroad.jpg The Associated Foreign Press deals a blow to male Indian self esteem: "Indian men's penises do not match international sizes and most condoms on sale in the country are too big, according to a medical study."

road.jpg Shanghai gets a new gay bar, Pinkhome.

road.jpg Rob Lowe devastated he coulda been McDreamy.

road.jpg Rumors that Tim Gunn may not be appearing on next season's Project Runway appear to be false. Producer: "As we have in past seasons, we will find a way to work around everyone’s schedules, and are confident the team will be back." Project Runway would certainly not be the same without Tim Gunn.

road.jpg The latest homophobic cartoon from the New York Post's Sean Delonas.

road.jpg Brandon Voss named new editor-in-chief of New York publ. HX.

Gyllenhaalroad.jpg Jake Gyllenhaal dines out at Orso wearing special garment which appears to become partially see-through when flashbulbs go off. Tease.

road.jpg Bette Midler blasts Britney for failing to wear panties.

road.jpg Tom Ford, who always goes commando, is teaming up with Ermenegildo Zegna to introduce a new menswear line and shop in New York City next year. Ford: "Men are becoming more feminine. They enjoy shopping, they take more time over the way they look, they travel and they shop around, they finally are taking better care of themselves. Men are not only there to buy cars and art, they've realized there is also fashion."

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  1. Thirty Helenes agree: Indians have small dicks.

    (Just kidding).

    :>)

    Posted by: Jeff | Dec 8, 2006 12:04:55 PM


  2. Tom Ford continues to put out dumb ass comments. Enjoying shopping and taking care of your appearance does not make a man more feminine.

    He's such a Hollywood retard!

    Posted by: Ben | Dec 8, 2006 12:05:59 PM


  3. All that was sexy about Tom Ford was lost when he left Gucci and started trying to become his own brand. Man may have marketing talent when it comes to luxury goods, unfortunately, he's not a luxury good. You can find his kind at any cheesy club along the 27th Street (that's NYC, kids) strip.

    Posted by: John | Dec 8, 2006 12:08:41 PM


  4. More Jake please. If I can't have my daily Reichen fix, then Jake will have to do.

    Posted by: gay is the new straight | Dec 8, 2006 12:14:39 PM


  5. Sean Delonas is certainly a homophobe, but this cartoon isn't much different from the Andre Boisclair Brokeback skit from a few weeks back, which relied on the same 'bed-fellows' punch line. It is interesting that the rugged Brokeback was chosen for George W.'s gay tryst, while an intimate bedroom play-date was used for the French (read: effeminate?) Chirac. The main difference, though, seems to be that Boisclair openly identifies as gay, even if he knows his opponents will feel 'unmanned' by his suggestion that they should too. Delonas, however, has made a name for exploiting hateful gay stereotypes and uses the suggestion of gay identity to (in his mind) completely discredit his targets.

    Posted by: GBM | Dec 8, 2006 12:34:55 PM


  6. Andy --
    I thought AFP = Agence France-Presse?
    (At least, it used to.)

    I hadn't heard of "Associated Foreign Press" before, but I admit that I do not follow the various press groups (press gangs?) all that closely.

    Posted by: tjc | Dec 8, 2006 12:47:28 PM


  7. I try not to judge people but it is pretty hard to ignore the shenanigans of Britney, Lindsay, Paris et al. One wonders where are their parents??? Their fathers? I don't care if my sister is 26 yrs but if she does what these girls do in public (an aversion to underwear for example), my dad will smack her across to California.

    Posted by: julius | Dec 8, 2006 1:01:54 PM


  8. I hadn't heard the rumors but I'm glad Tim Gunn isn't leaving Project Runway--I love that man. My partner actually gets a little jealous because I love that man so much.

    Posted by: Daniel | Dec 8, 2006 1:13:12 PM


  9. TJC is right about AFP -- Agence France-Presse. Such a rare mistake you almost hate to point it out. Doin' a great job anyway, Andy.

    Posted by: taiwandroo | Dec 8, 2006 1:41:42 PM


  10. That Tim Gunn drama is just another ploy by Bravo to keep the public interest alive and kicking while the show is on a sabbatical.I guess its on working.

    Posted by: gabe | Dec 8, 2006 1:55:43 PM


  11. IS THERE ANY GAY CELEBRITY THAT YOU PEOPLE LIKE?

    Every time I come on this site I always here you people bashing some gay celebrity. They can never be good enough for you.

    Posted by: Jack | Dec 8, 2006 2:08:23 PM


  12. ^
    Gay celebs? What for? I think you underestimate the importance of musing on the thread count in Gyllenhaal's blouse.

    Posted by: 000000 | Dec 8, 2006 2:32:42 PM


  13. In my opinion, Rob Lowe was, is, and forever will be dreamy. Sigh.

    Posted by: peterparker | Dec 8, 2006 3:00:57 PM


  14. Jack: We love Andy! And he's a celeb.

    Posted by: JT | Dec 8, 2006 3:10:37 PM


  15. I love Tim Gunn, Jake Shears (and the rest of Scissor Sisters), Nathan Lane, Anthony Michael Hall, Rupert Everett (although I understand if I actually knew him I might not love him so much)... there are so many more. But then I don't usually post negative responses to them.

    Posted by: Daniel | Dec 8, 2006 3:15:33 PM


  16. Wait, Anthony Michael Hall is gay? Since when?

    Posted by: Dex | Dec 8, 2006 3:21:13 PM


  17. Sorry, I didn't mean Anthony Michael Hall--I meant Neil Patrick Harris and his name escaped me briefly (all those three name people). Good thing Mary Elizabeth Mastriantonio didn't spring to mind.

    I tend to like people unless they've done somethng mean to me personally.

    Posted by: Daniel | Dec 8, 2006 3:23:17 PM


  18. Ah... Thanks for clearing that up. Those three name people can really throw a guy off, I know.

    Posted by: Dex | Dec 8, 2006 3:33:04 PM


  19. Just as I suspected. Only one person liked more than one gay celebrity. It's a shame that gay celebrities get very little support from gay people. Even though those same gay people want every gay celebrity to come out. And they come out to crikets chirping because everyone has left them. What a shame...

    On a positive note, Tim Gunn is staying on Project Runway. He is the keystone of that show and it would not be the same without him. I love him and admire his integrity and character. He is a great role model for gay kids.

    Posted by: Jack | Dec 8, 2006 5:54:07 PM


  20. Hey, I've got no beef with any gay celebrity (except Perez Hilton [ugh], but is he really a celebrity?)! Make that TWO people, Jack!

    Posted by: Dex | Dec 8, 2006 6:29:39 PM


  21. let's see... gay celebrities I respect and admire....

    Tim Gunn (since we're talking about him on this thread). Really seems to be a man of integrity.

    Ian McKellen - came out before coming out was cool. Proof that gay men over 50 are NOT dead or invisible.

    John Wesley Ship, who briefly played "The Flash" on TV. (that's going back far). I just always thought he was a beautiful man.

    Melissa Etheridge

    Ellen Degeneres

    Queen Latifah (though she's not officially out)

    And how could I leave out Andy?

    Now Jack, am I allowed to still drool over pretty straight men? Pleeeeeeeease?

    Posted by: mark m | Dec 8, 2006 6:56:32 PM


  22. Hey I'm not the one that comes on this site everyday to slam every gay celebrity. I don't know why you people keep doing it. They are out and take abuse regularly from straight people for their sexuality. The least you can do is support them and not knock them down by critizing what they do, say, wear etc. unjustly. It's already difficult being gay, they don't need any more grief.

    Mark M, you can drool over anything you want. But why is it always straight men? Where are all the hot gay men that we can drool over? Why doesn't the gay media look for these men? Why does the gay media (almost) always show us straight men? There are plenty of hot gay men out there. What's wrong with being a hot gay man?

    Posted by: Jack | Dec 8, 2006 10:28:37 PM


  23. I don't know why Tom Ford has to tell people he goes "commando". All I can think of is when he goes to the bathroom, there will be pee stains and skid marks on all those fancy gabardine pants. Geez! And talk about men going all feminine well, ...look at him. Gurrrrl.

    Posted by: woodroad34 | Dec 8, 2006 11:20:57 PM


  24. Here we go again. Woodroad34, Tom is a masculine man. Gay men can be masculine you know. He can wear anything or nothing he wants. And I don't mind him telling people that he goes commando.

    Everyone please read my thoughts a couple comments up.

    Posted by: Jack | Dec 9, 2006 5:56:40 AM


  25. Jack,

    Where do you get off assuming that I only drool over straight men? Exactly how is it that you know me well enough to know who I find attractive? This is a site which features celebrities and most celebrities in film and television are either "not out" or straight.

    If Jake G or Brad Pitt came out tomorrow I wouldn't stop finding them attractive, but where are the high profile gay celebrities in film and television who are sex symbols?

    Before you launch into your argument about how difficult we gays make it for celebrities to come out, that is not the point here. You asked why it's ALWAYS straights we drool over. Look around... find me some high profile, drool-worthy gays and I'll be HAPPY to check them out!

    If you knew me you would know that I don't discriminate where my "drool" is concerned. I do own gay porn, you know and regardless of who may be gay-for-pay, I assume they're all gay and enjoy it very much thank you.

    Not to mention when my husband and I go out to "check out" guys we don't go to straight frat houses... we go to gay bars to check out other gay men. It's fun. It's what we gays do. But on this site, high profile celebrities are mostly straight so they get the bulk of the attention.

    I just don't understand this mission you are on to require us all to narrow our sexual attraction to only gay men.

    Posted by: mark m | Dec 9, 2006 11:22:05 AM


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