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Gold, Silver, Bronze, Bar Tab

Leave it to us gay homosexuals for pushing the boundries of modern sport at the just concluded Chicago Gay Games, where competitors tested the limits of their bodies in a myriad of brutal sports such as billiards, bowling, darts, air hockey, and Ms. Pac-Man. Makes sense, since so much of our life is spent in bars. And any sport that …

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WorldPride Cancels Jerusalem March

WorldPride has been forced to cancel their August 10th march, aftering being denied a parade permit by Jerusalem police, who claim that the escalating war in Lebanon make them unable to provide WorldPride the “extensive security” needed to protect marchers from anti-gay protesters. WorldPride organizers intend to carry on with all other events, including the film festival and shows, and …

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The Truth Hurts

Bed Bath & Beyond, Chelsea, Saturday 2PMTwo gay men are arguing in the bedding section… Queer 1: That doesn’t match the duvet. Queer 2: I don’t care, I like it and I’m getting it. Nobody sees MY bed anyway. Queer 1: It’s going to look stupid, you’ll be sorry. Let’s keep looking. Queer 2: Shut up. Like it fucking matters …

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Blair Is SO Delisted

OK class, settle down. Everybody take out their Big Book Of Camp Icons. Turn to Chapter 11, Big-Haired TV Girls Of The 80’s. On the right hand page, right under Heather Locklear and Delta Burke, you’ll find Lisa Welchel, “Blair” from The Facts Of Life. Now take out a big black magic marker and CROSS THAT BITCH OUT. (via Jimbo.info)

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Kiki Loves You

Yes, kids. A Broadway show that I am dying to see. Kiki & Herb, the beloved SF institution that moved to NYC years ago, will open at the Helen Hayes Theatre on August 11th. For the uninitiated, Kiki, a boozy septuagenarian lounge singer, is the nom de drag of Justin Bond and Herb is her gay retarded Jewish pianist, played …

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Iranian Mission Vigil: Moving/Frustrating

Yesterday’s vigil at the Iranian Mission to the United Nations was moving and frustrating. We heard passionate and eloquent speeches about the appalling treatment of gays in Iran, but the speakers were frequently drowned out by passing traffic and horn honkers. Some sort of bullhorn or portable PA was definitely called for, but I suspect that may have required a …

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Too Drunk To Fly

Pity poor Louis Rosano, who passed out drunk on the NYC Eagle roofdeck on Monday night and was accidently locked there until the middle of the next day, when the parking lot attendant across the street heard him crying for help and called 911. Cops and firefighters hoisted a three-story ladder to the top of the building and cut through …

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Protest Today At Iranian Mission

Marking the anniversary of the Iranian teens hung for being gay, today there will be a protest at the Iranian Mission to the United Nations, 622 Third Avenue (at 40th Street). Take the 4,5,6,7 or S trains to Grand Central. The Iranian Mission is just a couple of blocks to the south. The vigil starts at 5pm.

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