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Value Voters: Lock Up Queers,
Death To Blasphemers

Huffington Post’s Max Blumenthal reports from last week’s Value Voters Summit where he lets the cameras roll as the Christianists elabocrazy on quarantining sodomites and other Jeebus-filled topics. Watch the video all the way through, if you’ve got the stomach for it. From his post: Recently, there has been a lot of mainstream media noise about a new, more socially ...

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Parenticide

14th Street & 8th Avenue, Monday, 7PM Two gay boys are looking at a movie poster featuring Jake Gyllenhaal. Gay Boy 1: I would totally murder my parents to be his boyfriend. Gay Boy 2: Oh, totally..

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The Republican & The Rent Boy, Chapter 3

And the hits keep coming. Washington state Rep. Richard Curtis (R-La Center), whose voting record includes voting against gay domestic partners legislation and against a bill protecting gays from job discrimination, is the subject of a police investigation involving a male prostitute who is accused of attempting to blackmail the right-wing pol. Yesterday Curtis denied that he is gay, adding, ...

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New AIDS Timeline Revealed

According to a new study, AIDS arrived in the United States via Haiti around 1969. WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The AIDS virus invaded the United States in about 1969 from Haiti, carried most likely by a single infected immigrant who set the stage for it to sweep the world in a tragic epidemic, scientists said on Monday. Michael Worobey, a University ...

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Morning View – Mythic Creatures

So on Sunday, when the Ex and I rolled up on the American Museum of Natural History, my first thought upon seeing their banner was “Shouldn’t that be Mythical Creatures?” The show is about dragons, unicorns and mermaids and those are imaginary, or mythical. Mythic means “legendary” and while I suppose such creatures could be considered legendary, so could Madonna, ...

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Swag Tuesday

Courtesy of Grand Central Publishing, this week’s Swag Tuesday prize is Grace After Midnight, the memoir of controversial actress, rapper and out lesbian Felicia “Snoop” Pearson, star of HBO’s The Wire. Written by Pearson and David Ritz, the book is due out November 1st. While Felicia is a brilliant actor in a truly chilling role, what’s most remarkable about “Snoop” ...

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Manhattan Monday

-After their dismal showing this season, the Yankees have replaced manager Joe Torre with the infinitely hotter former catcher Joe Girardi. Makes me want to care about the American League again. Almost. The Yankees won three World Series with Girardi behind the plate. -The 34th Annual Greenwich Village Halloween Parade starts at 7pm on Wednesday. In honor of the day, ...

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The Princes Of Tides

In another sign of the tidal change in how young people view gays, two 16 year-old boyfriends in Davis, California have been elected Homecoming “Princes” after a successful write-in campaign. For what appears to be the first time in school history, the Davis Senior High student body has elected a gay couple into homecoming royalty. With each boasting a white ...

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Mouse Tale

6 train, Saturday, 10PM A trio of frat boys get on the crowded train dressed as the Three Blind Mice (mouse outfits, sunglasses, white canes.) Mouse 1: Dude, fix my tail.Mouse 2: I’ve told you to stop asking me to touch your tail.Mouse 1: Seriously, fix it. It’s hanging wrong. I can’t sit down.(Mouse 1 turns around to present his ...

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