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Gay Bomb: The Movie

Well, that didn’t take long. Gay porn house Dark Alley has announced plans to produce a porn take on the Pentagon’s recent “gay bomb” research. Gay Bomb will take us into the future and the year 2012. George the Second has refused to step down as leader of the “free world,” and the nations of Europe have banded together to ...

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The Gayest Corner On The Gayest Day

This Sunday I’ll be shepherding my festive flock of fabulous – oh wait, I can’t finish that alliteration – fabulous, um, strong gay men to the corner of Christopher and Gay Street to watch NYC’s 38th annual Pride March. History has taught us that corner is nicely shaded, although Sunday’s weather is predicted to be relatively mild, as has been ...

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More Woes For Perez

Gossip blogger Perez Hilton has been dropped by his hosting company, due to their fear of being added to the multiple copyright infringement lawsuits he is currently fighting. The site was dark for a few days, but is back up now on a new service, although with limited functionality and without archives. Washington Blade editor Kevin Naff takes some cheap ...

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Gay Rape Hotline Set Up In SF

In a joint venture with the gay support group Community United Against Violence, San Francisco has unveiled a new campaign encouraging gay men to come forward and report rapes. With a hotline and a website, the groups hope to reduce the stigma and increase the reporting of the attacks, the majority of which take place in the Castro. In 2007, ...

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Blender.com: Gayest Moments In Music

Head over to Blender.com for their list, The Gayest Moments In Music. I’m not crazy about their picking Village People’s YMCA as their number one, but there’s some great stuff on there. RuPaul’s talk show, Madonna’s kiss with Britney, and some seriously classic moments like Sylvester’s You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real) all make the list. I’d have to think ...

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Radical Homos Zap Speaker Quinn

Yesterday the activist group Radical Homosexual Agenda staged a protest at City Hall during the speech of openly lesbian City Council Speaker Christine Quinn, claiming that Quinn was the “civilian agent” of a new NYPD policy that subjects to arrest the members of any group of 49 persons or more that gathers without an approved NYPD permit. Activists claim this ...

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Shelter Kitty: Week Seven

Shelley Winters has discovered climbing and there is no height in my apartment that she has not scaled. I came home yesterday to find her crying on top of the cabinets over my kitchen sink, which I presume she got to by a counter to microwave to cabinet route. Her favorite perches are the back of my desk chair (but ...

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Eggs & Excrement At Jerusalem Pride

Jerusalem’s Pride parade was this morning, where marchers encountered hundreds of Haredi, Israel’s bizarre Ultra Othodox sect, who arrived with eggs and bags of human excrement to hurl. Just before the parade kicked off, police arrested a 32-year old man carrying a bomb which he said he’d planned to detonate near the parade to “scare people away.” Two hundred Haredi ...

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Curb Alert

There’s a fascinating article in today’s NY Times about “freeganism” – folks who try to reject capitalism wherever possible by using thrown-away products such as damaged food or items found in dumpsters. The article talks at length about the perfectly good furniture and personal items tossed out by New Yorkers. If you go into just about any of my friends’ ...

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