Frist: No gay amendment this year. Actor Tom Sizemore caught using prosthetic penis to fake drug test. Kylie's Greatest Hits flops in America. … [Read more...] about
Just when I thought the NYT couldn't get any gayer today, along comes this review of DC Comics Ex Machina, a comic series about a retired superhero who becomes mayor of New York City, only to preside … [Read more...] about A Superhero in City Hall
As a follow-up to my featurette on Brent van Zant recently, he has acquired quite a bit of real estate on the newsstand this week, taking the covers of Men's Fitness and DNA by storm. … [Read more...] about Brent Attacks!
Thousands of gay couples to flood marriage bureaus for licenses today. TV Guide posts a list of what they think are TV's 20 best same-sex kisses, just in time for Valentine's Day. Nowhere to be … [Read more...] about
Gay students here and abroad are under attack, but thankfully many of them are standing up for themselves. Here's some of the recent student-related brouhaha. Last week I posted about the students … [Read more...] about Gay School Daze
NYT: Gay internet users play down concerns over new strain of AIDS. Drudge on Chris Rock: Only gays watch the Oscars. … [Read more...] about
That's the motto of the World Naked Bike Ride which took place today in some cities. Sydney's contribution was the Sydney Body Art Ride for cancer research. Here's one photo of the colorful event. … [Read more...] about As Bare As U Dare
Alan Keyes' daughter Maya, whom he indirectly referred to as "a selfish hedonist" for being a lesbian, has been thrown out of his house, cut off from financial support, and disowned for being "a … [Read more...] about
That's the question Cycles of Porn asks as it follows the lives of aging porn actors in Los Angeles. The documentary recently opened the Panorama section of the Berlin Film Festival, third in … [Read more...] about Are there winners in this game?
NYT: "Even at first blush, it was clear that "The Gates" is a work of pure joy, a vast populist spectacle of good will and simple eloquence, the first great public art event of the 21st century....the … [Read more...] about