Lesbian rights pioneer Del Martin died Wednesday. She was 87. A longtime activist, you may remember her last public political act, on June 16, 2008, was to marry Phyllis Lyon, her partner of 55 years. … [Read more...] about News: Pioneer Passes, Bear Sightings, Bulges, Catty Cher?
There have been a lot of anti-crystal-meth campaigns aimed at gay people in recent years, but this one takes the cake!!! … [Read more...] about ‘Intervention’ with Kristin Chenoweth
Just in time for the big convention in St. Paul, a friend sent me these lovely Gay Republican Hypocrites Playing Cards -- chock full of your favorite page-loving, bathroom-stall-tapping, … [Read more...] about Not Playing With a Full Deck?
Here's one-time "X Factor" winner turned lust object Shayne Ward looking awfully fit in the Thai edition of Men's Health. … [Read more...] about Shayne Ward: X Appeal
When I first met fellow Wolverine Frank Anthony Polito (him: Hazel Park; me: Madison Heights), he was a playwright who had taken on the daunting task of turning his play "John R" into a … [Read more...] about Revenge of the Band Fag
Shirts & Skins: Logo's new gay-basketball-team reality show looks promising. Murder, They Wrote: The death of a 37-year old gay man who was shot last month by San Diego Harbor Police during a … [Read more...] about News: Reality ‘Skin,’ White Trash Cuisine, Tennis Talk, Outer Borough Lovin’
The DNCC isn't the only big event going on this week. The U.S. Open -- tennis' final Grand Slam tournament of the year (aka Roger Federer's last stand) -- also started yesterday, out in Queens. So … [Read more...] about Calendar Boys
Here's "Mad Men" star Jon Hamm from the new Best Life magazine. I've got Jon's full traffic-stopping photo spread back in my neck of the woods here. … [Read more...] about Baby, You Can Drive My Car
Not sure how many of you agree, but I'm a huge fan of CBS' unconventional summer series "Swingtown," and was hoping the big splash it made these past few months would ensure that we'd get a … [Read more...] about Will ‘Swingtown’ Boogie On?
Best remembered for the Top 10 hits "Only the Lonely" and "Suddenly Last Summer" back in early '80s, Martha Davis -- along with her ever-changing band The Motels -- was one of the … [Read more...] about Checking in With Martha Davis