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The Gays Always Know

Cafe Metro, Madison & 42nd, 8:45am (In line in front of me at the omelet station.) Girl 1: I never know what to wear out anymore. Everything changes so fast. I’m so behind on what’s cool.Girl 2: I know, right? I totally almost put on a poncho the other day. It’s like you can’t even trust what they wear on …

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blogACTIVE Ken Mehlman Parody Ad

Mike Rogers of blogACTIVE and Proud Of Who We Are has released an ad parodying the race-baiting ad used by the Republican National Committee in Tennessee’s senatorial race, in which racist miscegenation messages were played up when a white woman blows a kiss into the camera and suggest that the black Democratic candidate “call me.” In this blogACTIVE spot, Rogers …

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Seven Shot In Castro

Seven people were shot during last night’s annual massive Halloween celebration in San Francisco’s Castro district. Police also reported a stabbing and a sexual assault. For years, local gay activists and merchants have been complaining about the “unofficial” event in the Castro, as it brings up to 500,000 mostly-straight people into the gayborhood, some of whom are aggressive and violent. …

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Open Thread Thursday

Sort your browswer history by “most visited”. Aside from your own sites (your blog, your MySpace, etc.) what are your three most-visited sites? Mine: Technorati, SFGate, New York Times. (Thanks to Chris at Boy’s Briefs for this week’s Open Thread idea.).

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HRC Outs Outer

“The email exchanges in question between former Congressman Mark Foley and a House page have been in the possession of bloggers and media outlets for some time now. Yesterday, it came to our attention that an HRC employee, hired just last month to work for us in Michigan, was responsible for initially posting these emails on his blog. We investigated …

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NJ Homos Improve Bus Seating, Slightly

The New Jersey Supreme Court ruled today that gay couples are entitled to civil unions under the state’s equal protections guarantees. Activists on both sides are disappointed. Bloggers on both sides are disappointed. And the rest of New Jersey goes back to burying their enemies in the backyard.

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Big Lug Review

Big Lug’s opening was a roaring success, judging by the huge line of hairy men waiting on Avenue A when I light-weighted out of there at 1130PM. A regular JMG blogroll who’s-who was on hand: Mark (The Mark Of Kane), Eric (We Like Sheep), Jeff (Cynically Optimistic), Paul (Habitat 67), Bryce (Plastic Music), Neil (Diary Of A Dandy) Foxy (Fox …

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