Warner Bros. makes it official: Superman comes out of the closet. If you happen to be in New York, there are a couple of book signings happening in the next couple of days. Tonight, author Andy … [Read more...] about
That's apparently how Mary Cheney feels about Kerry and Edwards for bringing up the fact that she's a lesbian during the last election's televised debates:
From The Vancouver Sun:
"'John Kerry … [Read more...] about Mary Cheney:
John Kerry a “Son of a Bitch”, Edwards “A Total Slime”
According to Matt Drudge, Todd Purdum asks Dick Cheney in the new issue of Vanity Fair whether or not he thinks gay people are born that way. Cheney's answer? "Nice try. I’m not going to get into … [Read more...] about Dick and Mary Cheney on Homosexuality
Another gay-themed children's book is under the microscope at a Massachusetts school. King & King, which features a prince marrying another prince rather than a princess and kissing at the end, was … [Read more...] about King & King: Once Upon a Time in Massachusetts
Tab Hunter got together with Larry King last night to promote his new book, Tab Hunter Confidential : The Making of a Movie Star. Larry and Tab talked about Tab's first homosexual experiences, his … [Read more...] about Some Things Never Change
Mr. Ed at Pop Culture Junkies fills us in on the cast details behind Elton John's forthcoming musical version of Anne Rice's Vampire Chronicles, Lestat. Elton John has teamed up with longtime creative … [Read more...] about Lestat: Now with 50% Fewer Gothic Clichés
A new book, The Intimate World of Abraham Lincoln, concludes, as has long been proposed, that Abraham Lincoln was a gay man. The book is understandably being met by controversy with scholars that … [Read more...] about Abe Lincoln’s Intimate Encounters
This week (December 4th), among other Truman Capote items, Sotheby's will auction off 4 composition notebooks and 90 loose sheets containing a manuscript entitled Summer's Crossing, an unpublished … [Read more...] about Truman Capote’s Past Up For Auction
Spanish master Francisco de Goya has always been considered a virile heterosexual — the father of perhaps 20 children, husband to Josefa Bayeu, lover to the Duchess of Alba. But a new book, Goya y Las … [Read more...] about Was Goya Living on the DL?
There was some sort of big to-do the other night at Bergdorf Goodman for a new book on the former Gucci designer which is being released on November 1st, slipcased in white cabra leather for $350 (for … [Read more...] about I’m Sorry, What’s This Book About?