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Thursday, March 31, 2011


Some legal action going on at Marc Jacobs company. The New York Post reports: [Robert] Duffy, who's Jacobs' longtime business partner, "uses company funds for personal expenses and does not censor what he does or says," former chief operating officer Patrice Lataillade says in his suit, which charges Duffy with having created a "discriminatory environment" at the company. "Examples of Duffy's conduct which created a hostile work environment include his displaying gay pornography in the office and requiring employees to look at it; his production and dissemination of a book which includes photos of MJI staff in sexual positions or nude; [and] his requirement that an MJI store employee perform a pole dance for him," the suit says. Lataillade said he stood up to Duffy's underlings, and was fired from his $1 million-a-year job in retaliation. In a statement, the company blasted the allegations as "false," and that Lataillade was canned "for serious matters unrelated to the allegations contained in the


**Bravo announces 11 new series and 5 renewals, with Top Chef Desserts and Tabitha Takes Over being some of the renewals. Some of the new titles: Interior Therapy with Jeff Lewis (Jeff and Jenni move into a space and redesign); It's a Brad Brad World (Brad Goreski grounds this series as the camera follows him going into business for himself); Million Dollar Listing NY; Most Eligible: Dallas ( cameras follow Dallas "socialites").
**Will Arnett inks a deal to star in series with Maya Rudolph and executive produced by SNL's Lorne Michaels. THe series follows the tribulations of parenthood.

**The 3 fastest growing big cities: 1. Las Vegas (2010: 1.9M; 2000: 1.37M) 2. Raleigh-Cary, NC (2010: 1.13M; 2000: 797K). 3. Austin, TX (2010: 1.716M; 2000: 1.24M).

**Trump says what? The Donald on being a birther: "A lot of the so called birthers, these are great people, these are really great American people. These are hard working, unbelievable, salt of the earth people. I'm proud to be, I mean I'm very proud of it. I don't like the term 'birther.' I think it is a demeaning term to the people that believe that he should have a birth certificate, that some people believe he was not born in this country. And when people ask me that question I just can't be sure because nobody knows. I have a birth certificate. People have birth certificates. He doesn't have a birth certificate. He may have one but there is something on that birth certificate maybe religion, maybe it says he's a Muslim, I don't know. Maybe he doesn't want that. Or, he may not have one." The Donald on gay marriage: "I just don't feel good about it. I don't feel right about it. I'm against it. And I take a lot of heat because I come from New York...I'm opposed to gay marriage...We have other problems in this country. I don't think a president should be elected on gay marriage or not gay marriage...Based on everything I see, I think Obama is going to come out in favor of gay marriage

Wednesday, March 30, 2011


**IT'S BIG AND YOU'RE GOING TO LOVE IT: Miss Coco Peru will have engagements at the LA Gay & Lesbian Center May 13 to May 22. She is HIGHlarious!! Catch her if you can.

** FOLLOW?: TIME magazine listed 140 Twitter feeds they liked, dividing the feeds into catagories like news, comedians, authors, and fictional characters to name a few. Ick. Barf. Most of them we hate but we do like 3 out of the 140: Erza Klein, Southwest and Whole Foods.

**BAR ONE: LA Weekly named LA's best cocktails (55 of them) and where to find them.

** FASHION ICON: WSJ magazine profiles VOGUE editrix Anna Wintour. She's made Fashion Night Out a national retail holiday; she is always perfecting her forehand; she is responsible for making fashion celebrity-driven (the numerous covers with those gross Hollywood snatches, ICK!!). Fashion’s Night Out was a Mardi Gras moment in the middle of Lent. Overall foot traffic in New York City stores increased almost 50 percent, according to the research firm ShopperTrak. While other post-event reports suggested there was more ogling than spending, the overall verdict was resoundingly favorable. “Maybe you can’t really put a figure on Wintour’s economic impact, but it’s a very big number,” Lundgren says, adding that Macy’s sales, which had been down 4 to 5 percent, rose into “double digits” the weekend after FNO. “It was the first shot in the arm we had seen that year.”


There may be something to this morning's article that being beutiful does pay well.

Super hottie Matt Bomer will receive a significant raise for each episode on FX's White Collar.

Deadline reports:

...their deals with White Collar producer Fox TV Studios, each receiving a significant salary bump in return for adding an extra year to their current contracts for the show. Bomer and DeKay's new paychecks are said to be in the $80,000-$100,000 per episode range, with Bomer, who plays the show's central character, con man Neal Caffrey, getting slightly more. The two actors' previous salaries were in the $50,000s per episode range.


James Franco's photo: James Franco on WhoSay
Jamie Cakes is going to teach a third-year course on directing at the Tisch School of Arts.
A maximum of 12 students in the intimate three-year program — with an annual tuition of $46,000 — will be able to register for the course on adapting poetry into short films. “He’s here to teach because he really knows something about directing that he can share with our students,” said John Tintori, chair of the graduate film program. “He’s incredibly prolific, and that comes from a real work ethic — and that’s another thing to impart to our students.”


West Hollywood residents are calling and writing city hall and wanting a street named after screen siren Elizabeth Taylor.
As we know, Taylor was a huge activist for HIV/AIDS when no one else was even touching the subject muchless raising funds.
This would be a nice gesture in remembering her legacy.
LA WEEKLY reports: According to Michelle Rex, interim deputy for Councilman John D'Amico, West Hollywood residents have been calling and writing City Hall, making that very suggestion. Rex says there has yet to be a formal discussion about the proposal among city leaders, but the public's call for an Elizabeth Taylor Way is certainly legitimate. Local HIV/AIDS activists told L.A. Weekly that Taylor was a major, early force in raising money and awareness to combat the deadly disease that was killing thousands and thousands of gay men. AIDS Healthcare Foundation president Michael Weinstein pointed out that at a time when many people in Hollywood and across the country were silent about AIDS, Taylor took on President Ronald Reagan for not acting more quickly to fund AIDS research. In a city with a gay and lesbian population of around 40 percent and an international reputation as a gay mecca, it seems more than appropriate for West Hollywood to dedicate a main thoroughfare after Taylor.


Luke Guldan : Adonis

It pays to be beautiful, LITERALLY!! Economist from The University of Texas-Austin analyzed data and crunched numbers and found that beautiful people are happier and earn more money than the uglies.

USA Today reports: Better-looking people generally earn more money and marry those who are better-looking and higher-earning, he says. In the new study, participants were asked about their own levels of happiness; their looks were rated by interviewers face-to-face or from photographs. Those in the top 15% of people ranked by looks are more than 10% happier than those ranked in the bottom 10%. Typically in these studies, maybe one-third are above average or gorgeous; maybe 10%-15% are below average or downright homely; and the middle, large group is neither good-looking nor bad-looking...

Tuesday, March 29, 2011


**Scott Thompson from Kids in the Hall has started a podcast. **Kevin Keller, the gay Archie comic character will have four-issue series: "The four-issue series shows how Keller arrived in Riverdale, where he's become close pals with Archie and the gang. But it will also deal with heavier fare than the typical "Archie" comic -- including how the character struggled with coming out to his parents, and bullying." **AMC greenlights Mad Men for Season 5 to premiere in 2012. "AMC has officially authorized production of season 5 of Mad Men, triggering our option with Lionsgate. While we are getting a later start than in years past due to ongoing, key non-cast negotiations, Mad Men will be back for a fifth season in early 2012." **Hollywood Live Auction: Some iconic Hollywood prop items are up for auction like a Michael Jackson sequined glove, I Dream of Jeannie's bottle and one of Star Trek's Mr. Spock ears. **That's how we ROLL: Rolls-Royce will open its biggest showroom in Abu Dhabi. ....The new showroom has space to display five Rolls-Royce cars in style, a coffee bar and a "customer configuration lounge" where buyers can mull over the myriad choices to be made to personalize their Roller... starting prices of $245,00 to $450,000 ***Everything's going to the Internet. Keifer Sutherland stars in a web series The Confession for Hula. He plays a hitman who confesses his sins to a priest, John Hurt.


Dylan Ratagan features a segment on the US soldiers that posed with dead Afghans.

If selected video does not play: click playlist; at the bottom left, in the search box, type "kill team" and the video should pop up.


Midcentury actor Farley Granger has passed away at the age of 85. Granger had roles in Rope (A. Hitchcock); They Live By Night (N. Ray). He was a pioneer for refusing to play into Hollywood's game of marrying a gross snatch because of his sexuality. Kudos!! During that time, that was real courage. Real backbone. Unlike some of today's wussy stars. Or if they do come OUT, it is after they made millions during their career while in the closet. The UK Guardian writes: Granger failed to sustain the momentum of those (early) years, meandering into television, some stage work and often indifferent European and American movies. The reasons were complicated, owing much to his sexuality and an unwillingness to conform to Hollywood pressures, notably from his contract studio, MGM, and the mogul Samuel Goldwyn. Granger refused to play the publicity or marrying game common among other gay stars and turned down roles he considered unsuitable, earning a reputation – in his own words – for being "a naughty boy


"I'm against making people feel uncomfortable or unsafe in their own homes. Even bigots. And staging protests outside people's homes is a tactic usually employed by rightwing anti-abortion activists and the KKK back in the day. I don't think this is a tactic that gay rights movement should endorse or adopt.

...To bring this down to a personal level: I say a lot of shit that pisses off the religious right. I don't want rightwing anti-gay haters turning up on the sidewalk outside my house, annoying my neighbors, and, most importantly, making my son feel unsafe in his own home. Honestly sometimes I'm surprised that they haven't; I'd even go so far to express my gratitude yes, to the haters that they haven't. Protesting outside people's homes I don't think they should do that to us, any of us, and I don't think we should do that to them, any of them. Not Tony, not Maggie, not these florists."-- our sexy scribe Dan Savage opines on the protest outside the home of an anti-gay Canadian florist.

Monday, March 28, 2011


**Whoopsi (yes, we do mean Whoopsi) stoned during her Oscar-winning speech? According to LA Times via TMZ, it is true. The gossip website has a video where the comedian touts: "Smoking cigarettes and pot every now and then are my habits," she says. "And I thought, 'I've got to relax,' so I smoked this wonderful joint that was the last of my home-grown."

**MTV scored with the ratings. The season finale of Jersey Shore brought in over 7+ million viewers to the "music" station. With that prime demographic that all advertisers want, 12-34. And we put music in quotes, when was the last time MTV played some? It is a "lifestyle" station.

**Matt Damon stars in that Liberace biopic with Michael Douglas. Damon has to kiss Douglas and here is how Damon justifies the kiss in his mind: "I never thought I would get to kiss Michael Douglas. I kind of think of it in algebra terms, back to my high-school days. It's like the transitive property – by kissing Michael Douglas, I am making out with Catherine. I was actually kind of upset that I never got to kiss Catherine, but now I get to kiss Michael. I thought it would have been better if I could have at least kissed them both. There's scripted that there's actually more than one."

**OutServe will publish its first magazine. This underground network comprises of over 2900 LGBT military personnel. The publication will act as a resource to the thousands that serve every day. An OutServe insider reveals: "Our first objective with the magazine is to let all the gay, lesbian, bi, and trans members currently serving know that they are not alone. And we also want to communicate to all troops that there are capable gay military members serving honorably, and that accepting that and moving on will make our military stronger. Our goal is to have our next version available in print, at some of the larger military bases. Visibility is key. We are not about highlighting our differences, but demonstrating how LGBT troops are proud soldiers, sailors, airmen, Coasties, and Marines just like everyone else....The magazine contains features about DADT repeal implementation and OutServe chapters, as well as other information of interest to currently-serving LGBT military members."

The first issue will be available online in PDF HERE


Jamie Cakes offers us these whimsical photo booth-style images: James Franco's photo: James Franco on WhoSay James Franco's photo: James Franco on WhoSay James Franco's photo: James Franco on WhoSay James Franco's photo: James Franco on WhoSay


On last night's Celebrity Apprentice, the teams (men vs. women) had to produce a 30-second commercial for a video phone. The men created a spot where a son, Tommy, shares his good news with his parents that he is engaged.... to a MAN!! We feel the commercial is funny, topical and of-the-moment. Former slugger Jose Canseco plays the Argentinian fiance, Pablo, engaged to the son.


Guy Pearce stars in the new Mildred Pierce 2.0 for HBO.

He portrays a wealthy polo player smitted with Mildred.

Guy offers USA Today this sound bite: ... his character a charmer who coasts through his existence and is "trying to enjoy every moment of life and is brought up to believe that money is never a problem. And it isn't. It just appears......

Pearce has a couple of more projects in the works: 1. Don't be Afraid of the Dark, a horror film 2. The Wettest County in the World, a drama.


As faithful watchers know, Nurse Jackie returns for Season 3 on Showtime.

What will this season hold?

USA Today profiled Edie Falco and offers these tidbits:

As the second season ended, Jackie saw her facade begin to crumble as her husband, Kevin (Dominic Fumusa), and best pal, Dr. O'Hara (Eve Best), confront her with evidence of her dishonesty and drug abuse. The third season picks up moments later, and Jackie is typically defiant.

"Her tolerance for discomfort is a lot greater than I thought most people would expect," Falco says. "They talk in AA about people's bottoms, how low they have to go before they're ready, and she's still on the fast track, circling the drain."

Executive producer Liz Brixius says she wanted Jackie "to become a tornado of deflection and rage. Her ability to manage her addiction is a superpower." But as this season progresses, her dependency is "definitely taking its toll" on her family and job.

Friday, March 25, 2011


A little bit of studio news to report: ** Bourne Legacy is looking for male talent. Some names being thrown around: Joel Edgerton, Dominic Cooper, Garret Hedlund, Luke Evans, Shia LaBeouf and Taylor Kitsch. **As we reported yesterday, MTV has renewed Real World for two seasons. Will there be another Spencer/ Dustin Zito in the cast? **Casting news: Justin Bruening has joined an NBC reboot. Mark Deklin will continue to work with ABC on a new pilot Good Christian Bitches. **Lights Out has had its electricity permanently pulled. F/X cancelled the series after one season. **Mad Men will be post-poned to late 2011, early 2012. Matt Weiner and AMC have not reached an agreement STILL! Now that Mad Men is such a huge propertie and money making machine, every one wants a slice of this huge pie. **LOGO has acquired the rights to Absolutely Fabulous-- all 5 seasons!!! Look for an AbFab marathon on April 16!!!! ** Our favorite Ben Rappaport has been cast in a CBS comedy pilot. The untitled project centers around a group of young turks at a high-powered venture capital firm. **Terrence Malick's The Tree of Life will get a screening at Cannes this year. Brad Pitt stars in this one about the life of a man from birth to death.


"A man should never wear shorts in the city. Flip-flops and shorts in the city are never appropriate. Shorts should only be worn on the tennis court or on the beach." - Tom Ford, Five Easy Lessons On How To Be A Gentleman


Our super sexy Seth Meyers will be on a Martha Stewart special on Hallmark this Sunday.

The domestic doyenne will interview a couple of her favorite comedians.

Check local listings for times.


Hudson Taylor, a Columbia University wrestling coach, talked to Tommy Roberts about Athlete Ally, A website that Taylor started : as a resource to encourage athletes, coaches, parents, fans and other members of the sports community to respect all individuals involved in sports, regardless of perceived or actual sexual-orientation or gender identity or expression."

Watch the video via You Tube.


Does not look like the school Madgey wanted to build via her charity for the children in Malawi will see the light of day...just yet.

The New York Times reports:

A high-profile charitable foundation set up to build a school for impoverished girls in Malawi, founded by the singer Madonna and fellow devotees of a prominent Jewish mysticism movement, has collapsed after spending $3.8 million on a project that never came to fruition.

Madonna issued a statement saying she was still intent on using the organization, which has raised $18 million so far, to advance improvements in the beleaguered nation.

“There’s a real education crisis in Malawi,” she said. “Sixty-seven percent of girls don’t go to secondary school, and this is simply unacceptable. Our team is going to work hard to address this in every way we can.” She and her aides offered no explanation of why, given her high interest in the project, she had not noticed the problems as they began unfolding


Who knew Elizabeth Taylor loved The Abbey so much?

The screen siren sometimes went once a week and phoned ahead for her usual spot.

The New York Times reports:

A gay bar, even a fancy one with chandeliers and a roaring fireplace like the Abbey, seems an unlikely haunt for a megastar. But the actress, who died on Wednesday at 79, was a once-a-week regular in recent years — sipping tequila shots, downing watermelon and apple martinis or simply waving merrily from her wheelchair.

Sometimes she brought her dog, Daisy, who, some bar-goers insist, liked to nod her head along to the bar’s throbbing Madonna soundtrack.

The scene in the “Elizabeth Taylor Room” — her favorite spot amid the Abbey’s many nooks and crannies — was decidedly somber just after news of her death on Wednesday. Regulars, fans and Abbey employees started leaving flowers, candles, pictures and other tokens of affection (an autographed napkin) around a donation Ms. Taylor once made to the bar: a large portrait of herself in her prime.

Thursday, March 24, 2011


Our icon Bret Easton Ellis opines for The Daily Beast: Empire vs. Post-empire meltdown of Charley Sheen.

The histrionics and core of his actions are not the drugs but how a celebrity acts in this 2.0 internet- constantly -plugged-in -24/7 talk-show/ news- reality of today.

Cliff notes to understand Ellis: Empire: The Hollywood system, PR sound bites, studio control, The Spielbergs, The Warner Bros., The New York Times.

Post-empire: The Chelsea Handlers, Politico, making a homemade video PR plea of oneself and uploading for the world to see, The Daily Beast, studio systems birthed from You Tube.

Ellis writes:

... And now Sheen has embraced the post-Empire, making his bid to explain to all of us what celebrity means in that world. Whether you like it or not is beside the point. It’s where we are, babe. We’re learning something. Rock’n roll. Deal with it.

Post-Empire isn’t just about admitting doing “illicit” things publicly and coming clean—it’s a (for now) radical attitude that says the Empire lie doesn’t exist anymore, you friggin’ Empire trolls. To Empire gatekeepers, Charlie Sheen seems dangerous and in need of help because he’s destroying (and confirming) illusions about the nature of celebrity. He’s always been a role model for a certain kind of male fantasy. Degrading, perhaps, but aren’t most male fantasies? (I don’t know any straight men who fantasize about Tom Cruise’s personal life.) Sheen has always been a bad boy, which is part of his appeal—to men and women. There’s a manly mock-dignity about Sheen that both sexes like a lot. What Sheen has exemplified and has clarified is the moment in the culture when not giving a fuck about what the public thinks about you or your personal life is what matters most—and what makes the public love you even more (if not exactly CBS or the creator of the show that has made you so wealthy). It’s a different brand of narcissism than Empire narcissism


James Franco's photo:
James Franco on WhoSay


San Francisco is an expensive city to live in, just as New York and Los Angeles are.

The grossness that is NOM president Brian Brown is tweeting this story out from The Examiner. Brown is trying to blame San Francisco's decline on family and children on the gays. Gays are chasing that all-important secular, "the family," out of the city so he implies.

Families that remain in The City are bucking the trend that has plagued San Francisco for years as the number of children — defined as people up to 17 years old — has dropped from 181,532 in 1960 to 107,524 today, according to the latest U.S. Census Bureau figures. The 2000 census counted 112,802 youths. The decrease is disappointing news for city officials, who have attempted to counter the family-flight trend by creating more affordable housing, improving schools and cutting costs, such as a college savings account for kindergarten enrollees


Our favorite sexy scribe Dan Savage gives props to President Obama for making an anti-bullying video for his It Gets Better project.

While on the hard copy book tour of It Gets Better, Savage states this on The Gayle King Show:

“I’m old enough to remember when Ronald Reagan was president and the AIDS virus was decimating the gay community....He didn’t say the word AIDS until 1987, ’til tens of thousands of gay men had died. He never addressed it, wouldn’t talk about it.

“For the President of the United States now to jump in, in just a couple of weeks, to participate in a project to save the lives of LGBT youth… in my experience, that is so remarkable. That itself is a sign of how it’s gotten better.”

Wednesday, March 23, 2011


Can you find the VPL??

Truly, there is only one Hamm bone on this earth!!


We posted earlier about the "feud" that Vulture magazine shit-started between Bruce Vilanch and James Franco.

Bruce said this, Jamie Cakes tweeted that.

Now, all is well and the two have kissed and made up.

Oh wait, we want to get in on this hugging and kissing situation.

Jamie, here on the lips. Muah. And here on the cheek, muah. And here on the........... wait, one last one we promise (yeah, right), muah.

Below is Bruce's type-written note. Jamie Cakes responds in the red and pink writing:


From that wretched church klan:


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California: The Ninth Circuit Court denied the request to vacate their stay on the overturn of Proposition 8 and will NOT allow same-sex marriages to resume.

Federal Judge Vaughn Walker ruled last year that Proposition 8 was unconstitutional and ordered that same-sex weddings be allowed to resume. That decision was appealed to the Ninth Circuit, where the case is tied up on a legal question the panel asked the California Supreme Court to rule upon: Do Prop. 8 sponsors have legal standing to defend the law in court when the state will not. The order [to deny] was filed by judges Stephen R. Reinhardt, Michael Daly Hawkins and N. Randy Smith.


THE 80S:

Like Totally. This is so rad.

It's Boy George with Allison Moyet.

Moyet had a band Yazoo ( Yazoo in the UK; Yaz in America) with former Depeche Mode songwriter Vince Clark.

That voice of Moyet's: Ethereal, daunting, haunting and strongly sorrowful.

Upstairs at Eric, we thought, was one of the best albums to ever come out of the early 80s.

We were obsessed with the UK---- every and any thing coming out of there. The bands: i.e. Yazoo, Gary Numan, Eurythmics, Culture Club, Joy Division, Sex Pistols--to name a few; the fashions: safety pins and razors, Crazy Colour-- temporary hair dye in VIOLET, men's fashion magazines; cigarettes: only Dunhills in the red box; and, of course, the LADS!!!! All those beautiful British guys and those accents. Just sit there and talk.

Gee, come to think of it, we haven't changed at all. We still love our UK guys along with Aussies, Swedes and a certain Serbian!! Ahhh hell, we just love men. If he has that schwing, we want everything!!!!!

While in college, at The University of Texas, we literally judged guys on the criteria if they possessed this album or not. As a side note, albums back then were cassettes. If he owned Upstairs at Eric's, he's cool, we would talk to him.

If he didn't, banished forever from our circle with a quick head turn and a nose up in the air.

We had our Walkman permanently programmed to keep playing Too Pieces while everyone else was playing Situation and Don't Go ---including our favorite gay bar in Austin, The Boathouse. We rolled our eyes and complained: why can't they play Too Pieces? Well, it wasn't a dance song, duhhh.

We follow Too Pieces with our other two favorite singles: Only You and Nobody's Diary. We know! We know!! We always go for the slow, heart wrenching, love-is-lost single. Call us: dire drama romantics!!

And now, needless to say, Yaz is an iconic and seminal band from the 1980s---shaping the music that was known as New Wave. Music authorities, critics and professors have all deemed this band important and groundbreaking.

Something we already knew that August of 1982 when we first popped Upstairs at Eric's into our player. Gotta love our gay genes: insightful, ALWAYS way ahead of the curve and able to predict touchstones that will be classics in the future!! And with those genes, why would anyone want to hide in a fucking closet!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



Screen legend and HIV/AIDS activist Elizabeth Taylor perished at the age of 79. Ms. Taylor suffered from congestive heart failure while at Cedars-Sinai. Her tireless fundraising and public awareness of AIDS began when movie icon and close friend Rock Hudson admitted publicly he had been diagnosed with the deadly syndrome. Ms. Taylor co-founded the American Foundation for AIDS Research (amFAR) and solely founded Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation, which raised over $50M in 10 years. The screen siren risked her career being vocal and an activist for HIV/AIDS. A disease no one wanted to face or talk about. A very doom and gloom dark time in the mid 1980s. Ms. Taylor made Washington face this disease head-on. A RepubliCUNT government that wanted nothing more to do with AIDS than sweep it under the rug. And Washington's thinking: it was killing the "fags" so let it run its course. The Human Rights Campaign released this: We are deeply saddened by the death Elizabeth Taylor. Ms. Taylor was a true ally to the LGBT community. She was one of the first public voices to speak up about the AIDS crisis while many others stayed silent in the 1980s and she helped raise millions of dollars to fight the disease. Our thoughts and prayers go out to her family, and to all those whose lives have been positively impacted by the life and work of Elizabeth Taylor." Below is a news clipping (via Good As You) about celebrities fundraising for AIDS. Again, this was something that was unheard of much less done because AIDS was considered a "gay disease." These celebrities were at the forefront and risking career alienation/suicide. We thank her so much for all she did for the gay community. Our thoughts are with her family and friends during this difficult time.

Tuesday, March 22, 2011


We know this catastrophe in Libya is serious and we aren't discounting that, but we do have a hot guy alert.

This is Edward Hunt with Jane Security in London.

Once again, we mention this like auto-replay until we are blue in the face: British blokes are HOT!!

We wanna get under(the) covers with Hunt. He can put his special in our agent while we play a game of Mr. and Mr. Smith in the sack....


As usual, it has to take a gay boi to make a video for us-- with visuals that we like.

Cazwell offers up some super HOT eye candy, with these bois shaking their groove thangs for us to ogle and drool over, for his new tune Get My Money Back.

We've grown uber nauseous over the decades with straight-- ICK!-- videos showcasing nasty, slitty cunts shaking their gross asses in our face. We don't want to see that repugnant and retched trash!!! And with this super slick video-- NOT ONE GASH IS FEATURED!!! ----Once again!!! Thanks Cazwell!!! for having the balls as a gay artist to do this!!!!!!!!!!!


Novak Djokovic's raquet supplier, Head, put him on airplane wings to play some tennis.

The sports equipment company announces

“In our brand communication we want to link our product benefits and our athletes in an emotional way in order to appeal to our consumers using digital and social media,” says Johan Eliasch, CEO of HEAD N.V. “The SPEED WingTennis idea is the perfect example of this approach.”

Djocky looks like a Top Gun below!! Drool.....


Equality Matters has a compelling report on that factory- farming/mass- slaughter favorite Chick -Fil-A.

An in-depth report finds the chicken-killing chain gave over $1.1 million to organizations that deliver anti-LGBT messages.

When two Missouri organizations, the Clayton Chamber of Commerce and FOCUS St. Louis, decided earlier this month to cancel a presentation by Chick-fil-A president Dan Cathy over his company's controversial affiliations, they made the right decision. Although Cathy has unequivocally denied being anti-LGBT and claimed that he and the company have 'no agenda against anyone' and 'will not champion any political agendas on marriage and family,' Equality Matters research proves just the opposite. In fact, the company has strong, deep ties to anti-gay organizations like Focus on the Family and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and its charitable division has provided more than $1.1 million to organizations that deliver anti-LGBT messages and promote egregious practices like reparative therapy that seek to 'free' people of being gay. "


Blame Vulture magazine for stirring up shit. Instead of letting us all forget about the horrid telecast that was the Oscars, the periodical inquires to perpetual Oscar writer Bruce Vilanch to opine on James Franco's Oscar performance.

The Vilanch tidbits:

On Franco being in an otherworldly mind set:

No, he wasn't high. I was with him, and he wasn't high. And I asked him, 'Are you high, and can I have some?' And he said no to both."


He has so many balls in the air, he didn't get to town till Thursday before the show on Sunday. And so we e-mailed a lot. But we had a lot of meetings. He had a bunch of people who were writing for him, and if it had been him alone, it would have been different. But it was him and Anne Hathaway, and they both had to be serviced. So there was a lot of communication beforehand. But he didn't get there...I don't think he realized how big a deal it is to do it until he was actually confronted with it. I think he thought he would kind of ... I don't know what he thought. I thought maybe it was a performance-art prank, and then I realized he sincerely wanted to do it. But it's outside of those guys' comfort zones. The only people who know how to host those shows are people who get up onstage every night and say, 'Good evening, ladies and gentlemen. A funny thing happened ... ' Or people like Bette [Midler] who get up and sing all night and tell stories."

And Jamie Cakes' response to all this??? The tweeted photo, above.

Which Franco decided to delete but the rest of the world has screen-capped saved!!

Monday, March 21, 2011


So Tom Hardy did this short film Sergeant Slaughter, My Big Brother; well, the lad does a full frontal for the film in a scene.

Don't just show it... GROW it!!


With his native Serbian flag flanked behind him, Nole Cakes displays his freshly- earned Indian Wells winning trophy.

Nole Cakes beat Rafael Nadal in three sets: 4-6, 6-3, 6-2.

With Nole's win the previous day against Roger Federer, Nole Cakes is #2 in the world.

That ranking can change once all the players descend to Miami for the Sony Ericsson Open.

Cha-ching: Nole picked up a cool $611,000 for his IW victory.

Orso's for a just you and me romantic celebratory dinner???

Sunday, March 20, 2011


Take a look at Chord Overstreet's underpants.

A still from his guest stint on Ellen.

Images like this, oy, definitely send us over the edge!!

photo via boyculture

See the HIGHlarity unfold below:

Friday, March 18, 2011


James Franco covers VOGUE HOMME INTL.

Terry Richardson was the photographer, natch.

The lenser loves his lads pink-lipped.


And we like it!!

David Beckham

Thursday, March 17, 2011



We've featured jaw-dropping Sean Sullivan before!!


All images by Matt Albiani



Zacky Pooh skates right by us.

All of the world is falling in love with you, BeeBoo....

Wednesday, March 16, 2011


For the current issue of August Man, Alan Ritchson gives us the 3 Bs that we love: Blond, Big Bulge and Barechested.

The Blue Mountain State actor offers this on his craft:

“I took my fair share of classes, but you know, I work best with my own experiences. I learn a lot from the jobs I do and learn valuable lessons that you can’t learn from the proverbial 'book'. If I ever feel like I’m getting stuck, I make efforts to get into a new rhythm."

Yeah.... we want to make our next on-the-job experience all about you!!


We have a hot model with ad campaign alert!!

Chad White for Adidas.

That's right we said : ADoUs campaign...

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