Tag Archives: Instinct Magazine

Carl Siciliano: Leading Man Of 2011

Last night Father Tony and I attended Instinct Magazine’s posh event at District 36 where Carl Siciliano was feted as one of 2011’s Leading Men, an honor bestowed on gay men outside of the usual celebrity orbit of movies and television. Carl (above in the white shirt) is well-known here as the founder and executive director of NYC’s Ali Forney ...

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Quote Of The Day – Betty Bowers

“I will do as I am called to do by the Lord Jesus, as expressed in the words I ventriloquize for Him in my head. As with all American Christians, His every encouragement, quite coincidentally, is completely consistent with my own selfish needs, even when the pesky suggestions He mumbled in the Gospels might seem to indicate otherwise. Frankly, the ...

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Slideshow: Instinct Magazine’s Leading Men Of 2009 Party

Thursday night’s party for Instinct Magazine’s Leading Men Of 2009 issue was a blast. Editor Mike Wood and publisher JR Pratts were genial hosts, the open bar flowed copiously and the room swelled with bold face names, much to the delight of my loyal companions Dr. Jeff and Father Tony. Jeff intro’d me to some Project Runway dude (Velvet?) and ...

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Instinct’s Leading Men Of 2009 Party

Instinct Magazine’s Leading Men Of 2009 party takes place in NYC on November 19th at Greenhouse in Soho. Famed DJ Bill Coleman and gay pop artist Ari Gold will perform. RSVP for admittance here. This year’s “leading men” include Lt. Dan Choi, Lt. Col. Victor Fehrenbach, activist Rob Tisinai, Levi’s head Robert Hanson, activist Wayne Besen, Californians Against Hate’s Fred ...

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Instinct Magazine’s Leading Men Of 2009

Lt. Dan Choi and Col. Victor Fehrenbach take the cover of Instinct Magazine’s Leading Men Of 2009 issue. Here’s their online teaser for the story. Most know the basics of Dan’s story: A West Point graduate with a degree in Arabic who served an extended tour in Iraq from 2006-2007, Dan spent 10 years in the military before he was ...

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