This weekend's Super Bowl festivities will be a competitive celebration of tight ends and wide receivers mixed with heavy doses of God-fearing hate and loathing. Queerty has the story about tomorrow night's Super Bowl Gospel Celebration, a star-studded lollapalooza with a dazzling lineup of bigoted ... More >>
There was a ton of birthday suit action last year, a lot of it resulting from protests over censorship regarding nudity, which of course gave us some lovely flesh-flashing in the first place. So genitals begat screaming, which begat more genitals and of course (they never learn) more screaming. An ... More >>
When the storm surge sent floodwaters pouring into the West Village last month, it wreaked havoc on ground-floor homes and offices throughout the neighborhood. Among them was the drop-in facilities of the Ali Forney Center, a non-profit that provides shelter and social services to New York's homeles ... More >>
And they're using names from Virginia Woolf characters! Let me explain: The Dalloway (525 Broome Street) is a new hotspot co-owned by Kim Stolz, remembered as a lesbian contestant on America's Next Top Model, and Amanda Leigh Dunn from Showtime's The Real L Word. (Above photo: Amanda, Kim) Put t ... More >>
At the Strand bookstore, where old-school print thingies (called "books") are on sale for discounted prices, Brit singer Morissey was perusing through the photography section the other day, as our friends at queerty.com relate. While the warbler of odes and regrets was browsing, an elderly lady cus ... More >>
Some thoughts on gay self-loathing as Republicans convene
Some of them were on TV, others were in theaters, and all of them were hotter than a dog sticking to the pavement in July. Queerty.com's Dan Avery breaks down the septet of male-disrobing classics, from The Chippendales Murder to Just Can't Get Enough to A Night In Heaven (above) and beyond.
Yesterday, MTV star Paul Iacono came out on this blog, and the response has been like a gigantic LGBT parade. Rosie O'Donnell--whose daytime talk show Paul used to appear on--tweeted him: "SO PROUD OF U PAULY! U WERE THE MOST ADORABLE GAY KID--I FELL IN LOVE WITH U THE MOMENT WE MET--UR PARENTS R ... More >>
Today's fast-paced drag-queen superstars break all the rules. No longer are they in love with wonderfully kinky CEOs, go-go boys, hairstylists, or big, scary pimps. RuPaul, in fact, says the love of his life is a dude who lives on a ranch in Wyoming.
Check out Lawrence Ferber's writeup of the drag pageant in Next and thrill to the photo capturing my blinding shirt, which host Carson Kressley admiringly alluded to onstage.
The Huffington Post Twitter account was hacked this afternoon. The tweets, which including homophobic and racist slurs, have since been deleted, but the New York Observer caught them on a screengrab.
I know I wrote one, but I can't find it anywhere
The Internet spells doom for many long-established periodicals
Saturday Night Live got on the Massa thing, and even hauled in Jerry Seinfeld for the snorkeling jokes. Other late coverage has similarly devolved to the fanciful. Queerty asks "Why Does Every Cable News Chatfest About Rep. Eric Massa Have to Suck So Bad?" and notices that Bill Press, one of th ... More >>
Some LGBT groups are enraged that this joke about transgender Commerce appointee Amanda Simpson appeared on the David Letterman show this week, and are demanding that he apologize for it. Quick recap: Dave announces the appointment, and sidekick Alan Kalter reacts with horror: "Amanda used to be a ... More >>
The thought never crossed our minds, but apparently after the gay marriage vote in Albany last month, a couple of gay activists displeased with state senator Carl Kruger's vote started heckling Kruger and suggesting the senator is gay. GaySocialites insinuatingly called Kruger an "unmarried o ... More >>
They might have a better case if they were a gay magazine--I mean an out gay magazine.
The Post got ahold of that cabbie who threw two men who were cuddling out of his cab, and he turns out to be talkative. "I wanted to pay attention to getting them to their destination instead of worrying if they were going to have sex or not," he tells them, and portrays himself as communicative of ... More >>
Boy, this is turning out to be a shitty Pride Month. With the Albany coup making the New York gay marriage bill more problematic than ever, state senator Tom Duane, previously rumored open to joining the rebels to get the bill passed, now says he's completely behind Malcolm Smith and seems to indica ... More >>
Gay Socialites is twittering Governor Paterson's introduction of his gay marriage bill at his Manhattan office. The Times has Paterson's comparison of the gay marriage movement to prior civil rights battles ("We have all known the wrath of discrimination, we have all felt the pain and insult of hat ... More >>