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The second shot from Dolce & Gabbana's S/S 2010 campaign gets formal. Adam Senn, Noah Mills, Sam Webb and David Gandy clean up nice.

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  1. And don't forget that on the day before the Italian Parliament voted on whether or not to allow Italian gay couples the right to adopt, Stefano Gabbana stated that he believed a child deserved a mother and a father. Do NOT buy Dolce & Gabbana or D&G!!!

    Posted by: peterparker | Jan 11, 2010 2:58:12 PM

  2. I'm sure the thought that the guy on his knees looks like he is giving the guy in the center a blow job never occurred to anyone.
    Yeah, right.

    Posted by: gr8guyca | Jan 11, 2010 3:12:01 PM

  3. Its always possible that he was referring to the idea that a father cannot be a mother to a child, and that a mother cannot be a father to a child because of gender differences, though there have been plenty of situations where one parent has to do their best. He wasn't necessarily being anti-gay.

    Posted by: Gabe R L | Jan 11, 2010 3:23:50 PM

  4. Wow Gabe R L. Get your head out of your ass and actually look up what he said before you speak. It is a relatively old quote (for the up-to-the-minute blogosphere anyway) and it was a completely unambiguous statement that gays should not have children because they "need" and "deserve" both a mother and a father. Done and done.

    Posted by: Ugh | Jan 11, 2010 4:50:50 PM

  5. Uhh...actually it looks like he's romantically kissing that other guy's hand. Even looking at it now, there's maybe a *slight* provocativeness due to 2-D proximity...but other than that nothing. I guess the BJ is in the eye of the beholder.

    Posted by: C | Jan 12, 2010 5:02:19 AM

  6. Wow, Ugh. Get your head out of your ass and stop being rude and insulting people! I'm well aware of the remark. We don't know if the interviewer twisted his words around, which we all know often happens, or if he was referring to the idea that some gay men have expressed that many gay men, more so than some straight men, tempermentally wouldn't make good parents, which I agree with, though there are plenty of gay men would make good parents, as well as to the differences between the sexes. You might grow up and try not to react like a whiny child if someone has a different opinion than you.

    Posted by: Gabe R L | Jan 12, 2010 9:04:45 AM

  7. isn't kissing someones ring a thing that happens with the pope and the mafia and is a sign of loyalty? You guys way off base here -- except all that homosexy allusion is probably there.

    Posted by: David B. 2 | Jan 12, 2010 2:46:48 PM

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