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Queers: Invented By Jews

Through the magic of Free Republic’s homo-obsession, I came across this 1993 article by Jewish theologian Dennis Prager. You may recall Prager as one of the “insider” architects of the Defense Of Marriage Act, in support of which he testified before Congress in 1996. Prager begins with this premise: To appreciate the extent of the revolution wrought by Judaism’s prohibiting …

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Did He Really Want To Hurt Him?

Boy George O’Dowd is scheduled to stand trial in February for an April incident in which he chained a male escort to the wall of his London home. According to The Mirror, O’Dowd met the escort on Gaydar.com and invited him over for a £400 “photo session.” The next morning the hooker wriggled free from his bonds, ran into the …

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My Magnetic Underwear

Yesterday I set off the theft sensors in almost every store I visited. After the third or fourth time of opening my bags to prove I wasn’t a shoplifter, it began to really bug me and I said something rather unkind to the guard at Home Depot. And then this morning I noticed tiny magnetic stickers on the waistbands of …

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Big Money For Gay Rugby

Wow. Next year’s international gay rugby tournament, the Bingham Cup, which takes place in Dublin, has received a €100,000 sponsorship from Irish betting group Paddy Power, the largest sponsorship ever for a gay event in Ireland. Bingham Cup tournament director Richie Whyte: “Paddy Power have an innovative and risk taking approach to the market. We are delighted that they see …

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Trent Lott To Resign

Hmm, this is interesting. What’s brewing backstage at the Lott home? JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — Sen. Trent Lott of Mississippi, the Senate’s No. 2 Republican, plans to resign his seat before the end of the year, The Associated Press has learned. Lott, 66, scheduled two news conferences in his home state later in the day to discuss his plans. According …

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The Merry Ole Land Of Oz

Ha ha haHo ho ho And a couple of tra la la’s Australian Labor Party Prime Minister candidate Kevin Rudd has trounced anti-gay Bush lackey John Howard. Howard lost so badly, he no longer even has a seat in Parliament. Rudd’s historic win means that Labor now runs the government in every Australian state and territory. Also for the first …

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Morning View – Talent Unlimited

Two blocks from my place is Talent Unlimited High School, which tourists often photograph in the mistaken assumption that it was the location for the movie Fame. The movie was actually set at Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School on the Upper West Side near Lincoln Center, but facts rarely get in the way of Manhattan tour guides.

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2007 AVP Courage Awards

Hosted by actor B.D. Wong (left), the NYC LGBT Anti-Violence Project held its 2007 Courage Awards on Monday. New York State Assemblyman Daniel J. O’Donnell and Verna Eggleston, Former Commissioner of the New York City Human Resources Administration and Executive Director of the Hetrick-Martin Institute, now with the Bloomberg Family Foundation were both honored with awards for their work on …

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