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Find A Place With Celebrations And Songs

This Sunday in NYC there will be more ma$$ive big ticket dance parties than you can shake a glowstick at. Once the fireworks over the Pier Dance fade into the Hudson, I’ll be nudging my boys towards Souvenirs, at the East Village’s Element, one of the more swank venues in Manhattan, where I will close my Pride weekend blissing out ...

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Press The Pride

Pick up a copy of this week’s NY Press, their annual Pride edition, which includes coverage of last week’s LGBT anti-violence march, an interview with NYC Council Chairperson (and out lesbian) Christine Quinn, and a fascinating look at the lives of gay New Yorkers who have arrived here to escape persecution in their home countries. You’ll also find another short ...

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Wizzy Wuz Wunderful

My apologies for two days of radio silence, but I haven’t been feeling well since leaving the street fair on Sunday. Perhaps standing in the sun with a beer cup in my hand for 8 hours is something I shouldn’t be doing anymore. Hopefully next year I’ll plan to arrive later and leave earlier. Yeah, right. Last night’s WYSIWYG was ...

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Weather Hot, Leather Lite

For yesterday’s leather street fair, I surveyed my closet for something from my sadly dwindling supply of perv-wear. Chaps? Yeah, right. My chaps are still lying collapsed in a pile of helpless mocking leather-laughter* after my having tried them on before the Black Party. My chain harness? Um, I’m totally not into sharply-defined man-boobs, and I so don’t want to ...

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Top Ten Conservative Idiots

My favorite weekly feature over at Democratic Underground, is their Top Ten Conservative Idiots list. Our ignoble leader often holds down the top spot and sometimes he is listed several times within the same Top Ten for multiple blunders within the reporting period. I’m especially amused by the little cartoon icon story tags, my favorite of which is “batshit crazy”.

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Zoology

Yesterday, I continued my outer borough explorations, accompanying wildly popular celebrity blogger Aaron to the Bronx Zoo. Aaron and I met up at 70th & Madison, near my apartment, to catch the express bus to the zoo, which strangely picks up passengers at the very corner that houses the Prada, Gucci, and Cartier flagship showrooms. Has anybody in that neighborhood ...

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Say Hi As You Cruise By

Above are the last 100 beautiful people to post their pics on my Frappr map. I’m trying to figure out how to get all 700 of youse guys to show up here. Any tips? Frappr is adding features right and left: forums, groups, blogs…but I’d prefer it if they would just clean up their clunky interface and let you all ...

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Manhattan, From The Moon

Last weekend I made my second ever excursion to Brooklyn. My beloved Farmboyz and I met up at Grand Central, where they arrived tan and full of their typically debauched stories from their Barcelona vacation. Less than an hour later, we emerged from the G train (G? There’s a G train? Who knew?) in Brooklyn’s Clinton Hill neighborhood for a ...

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LGBT Anti-Violence March

The New York City Gay & Lesbian Anti-Violence Project is sponsoring a march and rally tomorrow, June 17th, to “raise our voices against anti-LGBT hate in our city”. The march begins in the East Village at 14th Street & 1st Avenue at 2PM and concludes in the West Village at Christopher Park at 3PM. I have a good idea who ...

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