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Tuesday, November 30, 2010


The Washington Post is the first paper to leak the DADT survey:

According to a survey sent to 400,000 service members, 69 percent of those responding reported that they had served with someone in their unit who they believed to be gay or lesbian. Of those who did, 92 percent stated that their unit's ability to work together was very good, good, or neither good nor poor, according to the sources. Combat units reported similar responses, with 89 percent of Army combat units and 84 percent of Marine combat units saying they had good or neutral experiences working with gays and lesbians. At the same time, the report found that 30 percent of those surveyed overall -- and between 40 and 60 percent of the Marine Corps -- either expressed concern or predicted a negative reaction if Congress were to repeal the "don't ask, don't tell" law, which allows gays and lesbians to serve in the military on the condition that they keep their sexuality a secret.

Interesting:  Military personnel (mostly Marines)  have no problem working with gay service  members BUT don't want DADT repealed.


As Commander in Chief, I have pledged to repeal the “don’t ask, don’t tell” law because it weakens our national security, diminishes our military readiness, and violates fundamental American principles of fairness and equality by preventing patriotic Americans who are gay from serving openly in our armed forces. At the same time, as Commander in Chief, I am committed to ensuring that we understand the implications of this transition, and maintain good order and discipline within our military ranks. That is why I directed the Department of Defense earlier this year to begin preparing for a transition to a new policy.

Today’s report confirms that a strong majority of our military men and women and their families—more than two thirds—are prepared to serve alongside Americans who are openly gay and lesbian. This report also confirms that, by every measure—from unit cohesion to recruitment and retention to family readiness—we can transition to a new policy in a responsible manner that ensures our military strength and national security. And for the first time since this law was enacted 17 years ago today, both the Secretary of Defense and the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff have publicly endorsed ending this policy.

With our nation at war and so many Americans serving on the front lines, our troops and their families deserve the certainty that can only come when an act of Congress ends this discriminatory policy once and for all. The House of Representatives has already passed the necessary legislation. Today I call on the Senate to act as soon as possible so I can sign this repeal into law this year and ensure that Americans who are willing to risk their lives for their country are treated fairly and equally. Our troops represent the virtues of selfless sacrifice and love of country that have enabled our freedoms. I am absolutely confident that they will adapt to this change and remain the best led, best trained, best equipped fighting force the world has ever known.

Organizations reactions:

Servicemembers United

"This thorough and comprehensive report makes clear to lawmakers and the American people once and for all that the U.S. military is capable of handling the repeal of 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell.' The questions are now answered and the debate is now settled," said Alexander Nicholson, Executive Director of Servicemembers United and a former U.S. Army Human Intelligence Collector who was discharged under "Don't Ask, Don't Tell." "It's now up to the Senate to bring the defense authorization bill back to the floor, allow 10 to 20 amendments to be debated on each side, and get this bill passed. We have the votes now if the process is fair."

People For The American Way

“For years, the Right has fought to preserve the discriminatory, ineffective Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell policy, claiming that allowing gay and lesbian Americans to serve their country would put American troops in harm’s way. The Defense Department’s comprehensive study exposes this ugly, dishonest fear-mongering for what it is. The vast majority of U.S. troops do not feel threatened by serving alongside gays and lesbians, and our military leaders say repealing the policy won’t put national security at risk—in fact, the opposite is true. Allowing gay and lesbian service members to serve openly makes all of us safer. The arguments for keeping Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell have come up empty. It’s time for the Senate to listen to our troops, to the courts, to the majority of Americans, and to their own common sense, and end this failed experiment in discrimination once and for all.”

Stonewall Democrats

"Recent statements by Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC), Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) and even Sen. Mark Pryor (D-AR) that more study needs to take place before repeal are just stall tactics, especially given the thorough, year-long process that the Defense Department undertook to study the issue of repeal. We also find it ironic that the Senators said that the upper chamber should be talking about jobs and not ‘political’ issues like DADT repeal. We remind the Senators that DADT is about jobs: the jobs of thousands of soldiers, some of them mission critical and irreplaceable, who were discharged from the military because of the discriminatory DADT. DADT repeal is not some fringe issue being pushed by a small minority; it is an issue supported by a large majority of Americans and now, we find with the official release of the study, by an equally large majority of the military."


"This report definitely answers the question of the impact of DADT repeal on the military. Specifically, knowing a soldier is gay has no negative impact on readiness," said Jonathan Hopkins, former Army Captain and veteran of combat in Iraq and Afghanistan. "We've known this for a long time. Among military members who know they've served with someone gay, 92% said that repeal would have little or no negative effect on military readiness. 69% of servicemembers who responded to the survey said they served with someone they knew or suspected was gay. "This study gets to the facts, and exposes the invented argument of 'unit cohesion' as a myth," said Hopkins. "Those who've served with gay or lesbian soldiers, Marines, or servicemembers of any stripe recognize that gay troops have – as the Pentagon report says – a 'patriotic desire to serve' as well as a 'desire to fit in, coexist, and succeed in the military environment.'""I don't want any special treatment. I just want them to take the knife out of my back so I can serve," said an anonymous gay Marine on the OutServe network.

Human Rights Campaign

“This issue has been studied for fifty years, including by the military itself, and the results from over twenty-two studies are uniform: open service does not harm effectiveness,” said HRC President Joe Solmonese. “The small handful of Senators blocking repeal no longer have any fig leaves behind which to hide. The time for repeal is now.” “America’s men and women in uniform are professionals who already serve with gays and lesbians and repeal will do nothing to change their dedication to protecting our nation,” said Solmonese. “Senators who said they want to hear from military leaders and troops now have their answers. Repeal of ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ will allow every qualified man and woman to serve without sacrificing the high standards that have made our military great.”


DADT Survey findings... all 160+ pages:

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That Anderson Cooper syndicated show is a GO.

And, it will be calling FOX home.  Of all places,  RepubliCUNT, homophobic FOX!!

Four Fox-owned stations have inked the show in prime markets.

Ken Werner with Warner Bros. Domestic TV Distribution offered this sound bite:

"Although the marketplace for fall 2011 has been filled by many returning franchises and the expansion of news programs, there is still a big opportunity across stations.

We are delighted that these major market stations have embraced the opportunity to bring one of America's finest storytellers to daytime and early fringe viewers."

The one-hour show is set for debut in September 2011.



The old broad opens her first gym concept, Hard Candy Fitness, in Mexico City.

Ohhh, we kid.... 

It is all in jest... really.  We have a love/hate relationship with gym skank Mamma M.


Some of the DADT survey questions that the military asked soldiers earlier this year are beginning to pop up online.

Since when has the military EVER asked a soldier about his opinion on anything??  Oh that is right, this subject is about "them homos."

Ask the soldier survey questions right before he steps into enemy territory and his feelings then??  Or a survey on his salary wage?  Or the healthcare and mental care he will receive once he can no longer serve because he's wounded?

Government stupid fucks......

"Gay Partners in the Barracks"

"Gays in the Showers"


The straight (ICK!) Facebook co-founders, Mark Zuckerberg and Sean Parker, have had their media limelight and even a fucking movie (The Social Network).

And nobody has bothered to mention the other Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes.  THE cute one!!!  The GAY one!!!

Finally, The New York Times tracks Hughes down.

Hughes talks about his new site, JUMO.  JUMO links people with nonprofit and charitable organizations.

The idea is to take the principles that helped Mr. Hughes organize a network of volunteers into a successful political force and apply them to a much broader universe of causes and issues.

Mr. Hughes is not the first entrepreneur to venture into this territory. Causes, a Facebook application, and the Web site Global Giving are among the many existing ways to find and support charities online.

But Mr. Hughes said Jumo would not be primarily about soliciting donations. Instead, he said, the site would first try to deepen ties between its users and their favorite causes.

“The more connected that individual is to an issue they care about, the higher probability there is they will stay involved over a longer period of time,” Mr. Hughes said.

To start, the Jumo site was seeded with more than 3,000 issues and groups. But “anyone with a social mission can create a page,” said Mr. Hughes, who thinks Jumo could become a simple way for smaller charities to establish a social media presence.

We've posted on Chris Hughes before.


They couldn’t stand him. They just couldn’t stand him,” Depp says of Disney’s reaction to his controversial interpretation of Sparrow. “I think it was Michael Eisner, the head of Disney at the time, who was quoted as saying, ‘He’s ruining the movie.’ Depp reveals to Smith, however, that he remained unfazed by the studio’s hysteria. “Upper-echelon Disney-ites, going, What’s wrong with him? Is he, you know, like some kind of weird simpleton? Is he drunk? By the way, is he gay?… And so I actually told this woman who was the Disney-ite… ‘But didn’t you know that all my characters are gay?’ Which really made her nervous,”  

---Johnny Depp confesses to Vanity Fair (January) about the homophobic Disney "suits."


The Colbert ReportMon - Thurs 11:30pm / 10:30c
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Scribe cutie Dan Savage promotes It Gets Better and pegging.

Monday, November 29, 2010


MSNBC anchor Thomas Roberts answers Dan Savage's It Gets Better pledge.

We're so hot for this hunka, hunka of burnin love!!



Looks like controversial lenser Terry Richardson is going through a cowboy phase.

The photographer collaborated with genius designer/director Tom Ford for a cowboy-themed editorial in French Vogue.

Richardson even managed to slobber a wet one on Tom (last image).

Now that is a stallion (Ford) we'd like to ride!!


30 Seconds to Mars has a new video, Hurricane.

Before the video can air on a station like MTV, the censors have listed all kinds of problems with the content of the video song.

Leto is taking a page out of Madonna's book, this kind of controversy makes the consumer audience want to see it even more and builds a buzz.

Here's some correspondence sent to Team Leto about the video and what would need to be edited:

Hi ——,

Here is the feedback from our compliance team,

Please note the final comments can only be given after our compliance team has viewed the digibeta, there were areas which they were unable to view towards the end of the video.

Overall the bondage theme will warrant a POST 10 PM restriction as the film is in its current form.

There is one shot that will have to be removed completely for a POST 10PM restriction -


This shot makes the video completely restricted.

There are other bondage shots towards the end of the film that compliance were unclear about, they would have to view frame by frame on tape to gauge whether they would need to be cut too for POST 10PM.

The violence in the film is not graphic and would warrant a POST 7pm restriction. But the overall sexual content does push the restriction up.

Here’s what was logged so far:

30 Seconds To Mars – Hurricane (rough cut) OFFLINE

00:27 – in French “It’s not reality, it’s a dream”
02:33 – threatening man in gimp mask with sledge hammer 02:50 – singer jumps out of hotel window – fantastical – not imitable
03:00 – flash frame of erotic scene?
04:10 – singer puts leather eye mask on girl and pulls head back in an erotic gesture – POST 9PM
04:15 – fight between gimp man and bystander – kick to leg / punch to head -not graphic -POST 7PM
04:25 – girl in leather bunny outfit on knees briefly kisses a man
04:40 - man pulls a key on a ribbon chain from his mouth
04:54 – motorcyclist spins bike and skids across the ground
05:01 – bondage ball gag is put over girl’s mouth – POST 10PM
05:18 – cyclist stabs man with stanley knife – POST 7PM
05:46 – priest, rabbi and monk (?) burn books
06:15 – large breasted lady in a bra and gas mask
06:16 – shot of domestic knife – POST 7pm
06:20 – couple in bondage gear and handcuffs – POST 10PM
06:23 – girl with gag being partially suffocated by singer POST 10PM
06:30 – bondage couple 06:40 – gimp man hits singer with sledge hammer not graphic POST 7PM
07:00 – French v/o about abandonning yourself and sacrificing yourself to pleasure – no explicit language – ok
07:14 – bondage girls with nipple tassles -POST 9PM
08:06 – man chained to bench with masked men circling in a menacing manner
08:17 – skuffle man hits masked men
08:21 – man punches man in rabbit’s head
08:40 – singer trapped in coffin
09:00 – French v/o about love and masks – no explicit language - ok
09:15 – dripping hot wax over body – POST 10PM
09:17 – woman’s finger running over other woman’s bottom in g-string and touching anus – COMPLETELY RESTRICTED
09:50 – lady with feathers and nipple tassles – POST 9PM
10:15 – couple in bed performing erotic acts – POST 9PM
10:41 – man runs hands over lady’s breasts – POST 9PM
10:43- man kisses lady’s stomach – POST 9PM
10:53 – man grabs and squeezes lady’s breasts – POST 10PM
10:54 – girl with nipple tassles – POST 9PM
10:55 – gimp man with woman in gas mask and bondage harness – POST 10PM
10:59 – bondage scene – POST 10PM
11:02 – forecful erotic pull of girl’s head – POST 10PM
11:06 – bondage couple – POST 10 PM
11:50 – singer and gimp man fight – punches, kicks and slaps – not graphic violence – POST 7PM


Our surf hunk Eric Balfour and Tangled's Flynn Rider



Jamie Cakes was the guest at Inside the Actors Studio.

There was such a demand for tickets that a number of Hollywood insiders were turned away.

James stayed past his alloted time to answer more Q&As from the audience.

The crowd was very enthusiastic, not seen since Paul Newman did the first IAS interview.


We're hearing chatter that Franco might be co-hosting the Academy Awards next year....

Story developing.....


Isn't he cute?

This is rising German tennis star Tobias Kamke.

Here, he collects his award for ATP Newcomer of the Year.

We'll be keeping an eagle eye out for this hottie next year!



UK hottie Tom Hardy adds to his ever-expanding chest collection of tats.

Friday, November 26, 2010



Our sexcicle Serbian Nole Cakes!!

He is participating in the ATP World Finals in London.

Thursday, November 25, 2010


We have so much to be thankful for this year:  our health, our friends and family, and YOU!

Yes, YOU!

Our readers.  You come from all around the world to read our blogs.

Thank you for making us a part of your everyday viewing.  If you have gay friends that you think would enjoy our raves and rants, please pass them a link.

Without you, all this would not be possible.

Have a wonderful Thanksgiving.

And, thank you!


Wednesday, November 24, 2010



It being Thanksgiving and all.....

Which is your favorite part?





Nothing is hotter than a beautiful jock in a football uniform.

Drew Brees fits the bill nicely.  And, he is well-grounded.

In December's GQ, the fash mag ordained him Man of the Year Patron Saint.

Drafts the magazine:  Drew Brees did not spend 2010 text-messaging photos of his manhood, having affairs, taking drugs, driving drunk, drowning dogs, or otherwise committing the myriad crimes we've come to expect from our pro athletes.




Images by Inez Van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin

We jumped for joy and screamed with glee when our December GQ arrived in the mail.

Jamie Cakes was our cover.  YAY!!

This NEVER happens, until NOW!!  We usually get the retched requisite snatch---ICK!

We have to go to Kinko's now and laminate the cover because we've been giving Jamie kisses, butterfly and slobbery,  all day....

Tuesday, November 23, 2010


Arthur Keller photographed by Rick Day
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