No, not really. But way back in the early '80s, we may have played a game of light frottage in a nightclub, and as I point out in this New York Times article about the Bar d'O reunion at Indochine, don't blame Joey--I was the aggressor.
Yes, that's what Liza Minnelli told New York Times's Jacob Bernstein. But that's just when she's not being hit by a follow spot. Here's her full statement: "From the waist up, I'm Dorothy's daughter. From the waist down, I'm the Tin Man's kid. I feel about 112. Until I hit that stage, and ... More >>
Gay porn star Erik Rhodes--who died in his sleep last week--battled a variety of problems, all of them exacerbated by the fact that he was a smart, deeply feeling person with full-throttle awareness of himself and his oppressions. According to Jacob Bernstein's piece in today's New York Times, Eri ... More >>
In a Daily Beast article, Jacob Bernstein addresses the rash of adorable kids of the male persuasion flouncing around in YouTube videos as Beyonce and Lady Gaga.