Tag Archives: celibacy

The Calendar Girls Of Wingnutistan

The Clare Boothe Luce Policy Institute has issued the 2010 Great American Conservative Women calendar featuring Ann Coulter, Carrie Prejean, Phyllis Schafly, Michele Bachmann, Michelle Malkin, Star Parker, Bay Buchanan, and several lesser known crazies. It features 11 conservative women, including former Miss California Carrie Prejean, who made national headlines this spring when she did not support gay marriage during ...

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Senate Committee Rejects Public Option

Moments ago: Members of the Senate Finance Committee on Tuesday rejected an amendment to a sweeping health-care overhaul bill that would have created a government-run insurance plan option. Authored by Sen. Jay Rockefeller, D-W.Va., the amendment failed by a vote of 15 to 8. Rockefeller said a so-called “public option” would have offered a competitor to private insurance companies. Congratulations ...

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New Threat: Ass-Bombers

Remember the guy who tried to light a bomb in his shoe? And now we have to take our shoes off at the airport? Remember the guy who tried to sneak in liquid explosives? And now we can’t bring shampoo on board? What do you think the TSA will do about the ass-bombers? Richard Scneier: Nobody tell the TSA, but ...

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Swag Tuesday

Courtesy of the promoters, today’s Swag Tuesday prize is two tickets to Trippin’ On The Moon 2, the second installment of the reunion of the members and performers of NYC’s legendary Saint disco. Trippin’ On The Moon takes place Sunday, October 11th at Soho’s Santos House Party. Original Saint DJs Michael Fierman and Robbie Leslie will spin a night of ...

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Laramie Project Gets Epilogue

A epilogue called The Laramie Project: 10 Years Later, which gives voice to Matthew Shepard’s killer, opens nationwide on October 12th. A decade after “The Laramie Project” became a theatrical phenomenon, its creators are back with an epilogue highlighted by a riveting prison interview with the killer of gay college student Matthew Shepard — depicting him as candid but not ...

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2014 Gay Games Go To Cleveland

In an announcement just live-streamed from Cologne, Germany, organizers announced that the 2014 Gay Games have been awarded to Cleveland. Washington DC and Boston were the other finalists. Two weeks ago the Cleveland city council pledged $2M in cash and in-kind services to support the games.

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The Dancing Birther, Week Two

I don’t follow the show, but shouldn’t he have been kicked off by now?

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Vatican: At Least We’re Not The WORST Pedophiles Compared To Other Religions!

The Vatican has issued a statement saying that other religions are worse when it comes to pedophile holy men, and HEY, at least our guys don’t like ’em super young! In a defiant and provocative statement, issued following a meeting of the UN human rights council in Geneva, the Holy See said the majority of Catholic clergy who committed such ...

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NYC’s Fastest Nudist

An aspiring NYC filmmaker calling himself “the world’s fastest nudist” is flashing through the streets wearing only a “strategically placed fanny-pack”, says Gothamist. He’s got a website promoting his film to be called Naked Ambition.

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Germany To Get Gay Foreign Minister

With the re-election of Angela Merkel as chancellor, it appears that Germany will get its first openly gay foreign minister in Guido Westerwelle. The German press is eating it up. Guido Westerwelle and his gay partner are Germany’s new “power couple” — at least according to the nation’s leading daily, which splashed a photo of the pair hugging on election ...

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One Take

Several of you have written to point us to this amazing lip-sync video made by students at L’Université du Québec à Montréal. It’s all done in just one take and according to the YouTube notes, the entire production took just over two hours.

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HomoQuotable – David Mixner

“Time is running out in Maine. Soon people will begin to request their absentee ballots and start voting. The time for President Obama to make clear that he opposes the ballot measure in that state is now. If he waits any longer, the Maggie Gallagher brigade against human rights will use his opposition to marriage to prove that he supports ...

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Dubya: No Medals For Witches

Think Progress reports that Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling was removed from consideration for receiving a Presidential Medal Of Freedom because Dubya administration officials believed her book “encouraged” the practice of witchcraft. The Presidential Medal of Freedom is the nation’s highest civil award, and is given to individuals who have contributed to: 1) the security or national interests of the ...

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Biserta Is Back

You may recall NYC firefighter coverman Michael Biserta, who in 2007 prompted the city to pull its official endorsement of the annual firemen calendar after he appeared nude in an episode of Guys Gone Wild. Biserta is back in the news after being named in the divorce suit of a New Jersey reality star who is accused of stabbing her ...

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“Personhood” May Be On 2010 CA Ballot

Under the sneaky title “California Human Rights Amendment,” Pastor Walter Hoye is spearheading a campaign to put an anti-abortion “personhood” amendment on the state’s 2010 ballot. Hoye, a pastor who spent 18 days behind bars for pro-life demonstrations, admits it is a formidable task. “I think it sure will be, but we believe it’s more than doable and we’re looking ...

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Howard Dean: It’s Do Or Die For Public Option In Senate Today

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Quote Of The Day – Mike Huckabee

“It’s time to get a jackhammer and to simply chip off that part of New York City and let it float into the East River, never to be seen again! It’s time to say enough of the American taxpayer’s dollar being spent on something that may have been a noble idea, but has become a disgrace! It has become the ...

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Sarah Palin’s Going Rogue!

Sarah Palin has “written” a 400-page memoir titled Going Rogue: An American Life. HarperCollins will launch the book with a 1.5M hardcover initial press run, the same number as Ted Kennedy’s posthumously released memoir. SRSLY. Palin “collaborated” on the manuscript with a woman named Lynn Vincent.

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Morning View – Air Rights

This new condo tower on the Upper East Side ekes out a dozen or so extra units by creeping out over the roofs of the buildings on both sides.

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Paris Gay Kiss-In

Towleroad tips us to a gay kiss-in against homophobia held at underground shopping center in Paris. Beautiful!

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