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Road Trip With A Hustler, Gay Acrobats In Love, The Moment You Become A Real B*tch

by Derek de Koff September 25, 2016

Gay acrobat lovers create a truly mesmerizing performance art piece — quite unlike anything we’ve ever seen before: Ever wonder what it’s like to be an Orthodox Jewish gay man? A new documentary called “Who’s Gonna Love Me Now?” will school you right quick: A gay road trip with a lonely middle-aged man and a [...]

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Flip Flops And Armpits And Corpses, Oh My! Guys Describe Favorite Fetishes

by Graham Gremore September 25, 2016

What is a fetish? According to the Merriam Webster Dictionary, a fetish is “a need or desire for an object, body part, or activity for sexual excitement.” How normal is it to have a fetish? According to Jake Myers, a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist based in Los Angeles, fetishes are a totally natural part of being [...]

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7 Gays & Lesbians Working To Put Hillary Back Where She Belongs: In The White House

by JohnGallagher September 25, 2016

Comparing Donald Trump’s campaign staff to Hillary Clinton‘s is like comparing an alfalfa sprout to a redwood. While Trump is happy to rely on a skeletal staff (whom he doesn’t always pay), Clinton is running a high-powered machine with approximately ten times as many staffers as Trump. When it comes to LGBTQ support, the disparity is [...]

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PHOTOS: Go Hard With The Guys In Greece

by Graham Gremore September 25, 2016

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NOM’s Latest Protest Draws A Whopping Eleven People

by matt baume September 24, 2016

Can you believe the National Organization for Marriage still even exists? Of course, these days they’re mostly focused on trans bathroom policies and other countries, which makes them neither “National” nor “for Marriage.” And now it looks like they aren’t even organized, either. NOM just organized a rally at the Mexican embassy in Washington DC, a show of [...]

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Woman Claims She Was Threatened, Spat Upon, And Bullied At Work For Being Heterosexual

by Graham Gremore September 24, 2016

“I’ve been spat on, I’ve had people scare me, I’ve had people contact me at work anonymously, saying ‘I know where your children go to school’,’” Cassandra Liebeknecht says. “There was also a gentleman who continues to this day to slander me for my sexuality.” Liebeknecht is the general manager of the Feast Festival, a popular [...]

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Pita Tofua Returns To The Beach, Mykki Blanco Strikes A (Shirtless) Pose And Milo Yiannopoulos Dies

by matthew tharrett September 24, 2016

Just when you thought you were having a bad week, the ACLU slapped Kim Davis with a lawsuit, the gay Bachelor threatened to sue his anonymous online trolls, Troye Sivan’s nudes leaked, and gays started getting into monogamy. Here’s what you might of missed on Instagram: Orlando Bloom sparred with his shaolin master. Spanish actor [...]

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Cuckolding Is On The Up And Up Among Gay Couples

by Graham Gremore September 24, 2016

Generally speaking, it’s straight people who copy gay people; in this case, it appears to be the other way around. More and more gay couples are engaging in cuckolding, the act of watching one’s partner have sex with another person, typically someone with larger genitalia. Cuckolding used to be classified as more of a heterosexual activity (in fact, the Merriam-Webster Dictionary still defines it [...]

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These Vintage Book Covers Have Been Retitled, And The Results Are All Kinds of Wrong

by Derek de Koff September 24, 2016

Here to brighten up your Facebook feed and life in general, Paperback Paradise finds eerie book covers from the 70s and 80s and gives them fresh new life by stamping them with a filthy new title. Simple premise? Yes, and certifiably hilarious, too. While we have no idea who’s behind these efforts — they choose to [...]

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How Do We Love Chelsea? Let Us Count The Ways

by jjkeyes September 24, 2016

The hateful events in Chelsea this past week got us to thinking about our beloved ‘hood. While Hell’s Kitchen today may have taken over the mantle as the center of gay social life in New York, Chelsea remains deeply imbedded in our queer DNA and we refuse to relinquish it entirely. Situated on the West Side of Manhattan, from 14th Street and [...]

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Nick Jonas Talks About The “Importance Of Sexuality” In Music And Those “Gay-Baiting” Accusations

by Derek de Koff September 23, 2016

Whatever your take on Nick Jonas, there’s no denying he’s everywhere. In fact, he’s overexposed. On the heels of his film (Goat, opening today) and upcoming album (Last Year Was Complicated), he was most recently emblazoned on the cover of the newest issue of Wonderland magazine to promote his raft of products. In the accompanying interview, he manages [...]

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360-Degree Cheetah Experience Fails To Mention Total Fox In The Room

by Derek de Koff September 23, 2016

It had been a slow news day up in these parts — until cheetahs. In 360 degrees.  And there’s a handsome cheetah trainer on the sidelines, calling the shots. (Scroll to the left of the cage to see him in action.) Get acquainted with Bajrami, Keene, and Martin, three fuzzy cheetahs at The Big Cat Sanctuary, who [...]

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All-Knowing Omarosa Says “Every Critic Will Have To Bow Down To President Trump”

by Jeff Taylor September 23, 2016

Why does Donald Trump want to be president? According to some of those close to him, it might be out of feelings of revenge against his critics. Especially the man he hopes to take over the presidency from, Barack Obama, who mercilessly and hilariously mocked him at the 2011 White House Correspondents Dinner. Trump was [...]

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Russia Blocks The Country’s Most Popular LGBTQ Site

by Jeff Taylor September 23, 2016

Russia‘s most popular LGBTQ website, BlueSystem.ru, has been blocked throughout the country without warning according to its administrators, reports The Moscow Times. Related: Donald Trump’s Bromance With Vlad Putin Is Killing Us A court ruling banned the site, visited by approximately 100,000 people a day, although the reason for that ban has not been published on the [...]

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‘American Male’ Offers Dark Look At Hyper-Masculinity And Internalized Homophobia

by Graham Gremore September 23, 2016

A new short film that looks at hyper-masculinity and internalized homophobia in American culture has just been released and it’s pretty intense. Related: That James Franco/Nick Jonas Frat Boy Film Is Even Darker Than We Thought American Male tells the story of a college student who feels the urgent need to prove his masculinity to both himself and his fraternity [...]

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Gay Guy Trying Virtual Reality Headset For The First Time Is Total Hysteria

by Derek de Koff September 23, 2016

Ground control to major kook? The following vid presents a full-throttle meltdown as an unsuspecting gent dons his very first virtual reality headset, and is quickly shuttled into an alternate universe he clearly cannot handle. Related: Watch Male Friends Freak Out When They Strip In Front Of Each Other Complete with shrieks, pips, howls, gasps, shrieks, [...]

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Happy Bi Visibility Day! Bisexuals Shout From The Rooftops.

by Derek de Koff September 23, 2016

Personally, we’ve met more leprechauns than bisexuals in our lifetime, but we’re probably just swimming in the wrong social circles. On the heels of a recent study that suggests bisexual men make the best lovers, it happens to be #BiVisibilityDay, an event that the Twitterverse is celebrating the only way they know how: with gleeful [...]

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Why Are Gay Men So Obsessed With Youth? Hunky Therapist Explains.

by Graham Gremore September 23, 2016

We’re well aware of the stereotype. Gay men are a sex-obsessed, youth-obsessed group who live in constant paralyzing fear of growing old. We’re also aware that this stereotype doesn’t apply to all, or even most, gay men. Yet it persists. Why? Because, like all stereotypes, there is at least an inkling of truth to it. Related: An Open Letter To [...]

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“Fat Ugly Face”: Intense New Clinton Ad Captures Trump’s Misogyny

by Derek de Koff September 23, 2016

It turns out there is something worse than a misogynist gay man, and that’s a misogynist Republican presidential candidate. Just days after her daughter Chelsea accused Donald Trump of  “sad, misogynistic, sexist rhetoric,” a powerful new Clinton ad called “Mirrors” brilliantly captures how pigheadedly pervasive his hatred for women is — simply by showcasing some of the [...]

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Asexuals Are Tired Of Your Crap, Demand Greater Visibility

by Graham Gremore September 23, 2016

It may be Bisexual Awareness Week, but Asexuals the world over say they want to be noticed as well. They are demanding greater visibility, saying they want asexuality to be recognized as an official sexual orientation by the government, the National Post reports. In a new review published by the University of British Columbia, Canadian sex academics are insisting that asexuality isn’t [...]

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Cookie Johnson Tells Oprah She Struggled To Accept Son EJ Coming Out As Gay

by Jeff Taylor September 23, 2016

Cookie Johnson, wife of basketball great Magic Johnson, opens up to Oprah Winfrey, in a preview clip from an upcoming episode of Super Soul Sunday, about her struggled to accept her son EJ Johnson coming out as gay. “You’re Christian, you believe in the word, you live by the word. How did you reconcile what Christianity says about [...]

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Twitter Reacts To BREAKING News: Adam Levine Named His Daughter ‘Dusty Rose’

by Dan Tracer September 22, 2016

There is nothing new about a celebrity throwing out the ‘baby name book’ and opting for something a bit more…eccentric. Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris “You Know How I Know You’re Gay? You Like Coldplay” Martin famously created an Apple, while Sylvester Stallone went for the left-field Sage Manblood when it came time to think of baby [...]

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Get To Know Bob Mizer, The Physique Photog Behind America’s First Gay Mag

by Derek de Koff September 22, 2016

The name Bob Mizer may not mean anything to you, but his story is the stuff of legend. In 1945, the 24-year-old spent his time lurking around California’s Muscle Beach, convincing its bulky, bikini-clad denizens to participate in provocative photoshoots and short films, wearing tiny posing straps (an early ancestor of the g-string, each sewn by [...]

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Gay Teen Sues High School After He Couldn’t Bring Boy To Dance

by Jeff Taylor September 22, 2016

A former student is suing his Memphis, Tennessee Catholic high school under Title IX for refusing to let him take a male date to his homecoming dance, arguing it unlawfully discriminated against him on the basis of his sexual orientation. Lance Sanderson, 19, asked permission to bring a male date to an upcoming dance during the [...]

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Pastor Exorcises Donald Trump, Claims He’s Under A “Concentrated Satanic Attack”

by Derek de Koff September 22, 2016

Satanic attacks are always intense, but when it’s a concentrated Satanic attack? That’s hardly ever good news. Donald Trump, currently running for President, is allegedly right in the middle of one of these hardcore “concentrated Satanic attacks,” which may partly explain why his flesh is the color of a wintry citrus parfait. At some sort of [...]

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Troye Sivan Responds To Nude Photo Leak With Pics Of Other People In His Underwear

by matt baume September 22, 2016

Australian singer Troye Sivan’s photo leak happened last week, and he kept his cool surprisingly well. Troye had a good attitude — “I look good,” he joked. But it still really sucks to have your privacy violated like that. But now he’s turning a bad thing into money by releasing a limited-edition line of grandmotherly underwear. They are [...]

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Mary Berry Leaves Great British Bake Off; Bottoms Everywhere Soggy

by matt baume September 22, 2016

Stop the presses. Stop the mixers. Turn off your creme brulee torch. For God’s sake, get away from the mezzaluna. Mary Berry is leaving the Great British Bake Off. Henceforth, we can only assume, the show will be known as the “Okay British Bake Off.” And wait, it gets worse: Paul Hollywood is staying, one assumes so that [...]

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Justin Trudeau Subtly Disses Donald Trump During His First UN Address

by Derek de Koff September 22, 2016

  “When leaders are faced with citizen’s anxiety, we have a choice to make… do we exploit that anxiety, or do we allay it? Exploiting it is easy, but in order to allay it, we need to be prepared to answer some very direct questions: What will create the good, well-paying jobs that people want and need [...]

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Twitter Comes For Zac Efron, Ryan Gossling In Scathing New “Mean Tweets”

by Jeff Taylor September 22, 2016

Anyone with even a passing familiarity with Twitter knows that one of its main functions is to empower the average individual to be able to throw shade at their betters. Jimmy Kimmel Live! is out with a new “Celebrities Read Mean Tweets,” the tenth time the show as run the segment. Hugh Grant, Kate Hudson, Greg [...]

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Hillary Clinton Gets Savagely Awkward With Zach Galifianakis On “Between Two Ferns”

by Derek de Koff September 22, 2016

The segment begins with Zach Galifianakis being wrestled to the ground by Secret Servicemen after attempting to sneak up on interviewee Hillary Clinton in a gorilla mask, and that’s before things start getting awkward. Related: It’s High Time We Discuss Hillary Clinton’s Insanely Hot Nephew, Tyler During the course of the five-minute interview, Galifianakis tells Clinton [...]

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Everyone Is Pissed At OUT Magazine For Profiling Bigot Milo Yiannopoulos

by Graham Gremore September 22, 2016

So Out Magazine kinda sorta stepped in it this week when they published a profile on Milo Yiannopoulos, the racist, Islamophobic, transphobic Donald Trump surrogate and alt-right activist who managed to get himself permanently banned from Twitter earlier this year for his bigotry. And, as expected, people aren’t happy about it. Related: ABC Reporter Calls Gay Trump Supporter Milo Yiannopoulos A “13-Year-Old Idiot” [...]

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Monogamy Is Making A Comeback Among Younger Gay Couples, Study Finds

by Graham Gremore September 22, 2016

After all this talk of open relationships and polyamorous love, a new study has just found that younger gay couples are trending toward monogamy once again. At least, according to a new study. The study, titled “Choices: Perspectives of Younger Gay Men on Monogamy, Non-monogamy and Marriage,” was conduced by researchers Blake Spears and Lanz Lowen. [...]

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ACLU Wants Kim Davis To Pay Up. Big Time.

by matt baume September 22, 2016

You probably thought you’d seen the last of her. No such luck. The ACLU isn’t done with Kim Davis yet. The latest plot twist in Kim’s sordid tale is a filing by the ACLU, requesting over a quarter million dollars in recouped legal fees. They spent a ton of money defending the right of same-sex couples [...]

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Nyle Dimarco Explains Why He’s Voting For Hillary

by Derek de Koff September 22, 2016

“If you’re still listening to my voice, please know that there are a lot of people out there without one. Among the 50 million Americans living with disabilities, many don’t have the ability to work, to travel, or to do countless other things you might take for granted.” Related: “America’s Next Top Model” Hottie Comes Out As [...]

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LISTEN: The Antigay Interview That Got American Hate Pastor Arrested In Africa

by Dan Tracer September 21, 2016

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Can Tons Of Celebrities, Promise Of Mark Ruffalo Nude Scene Turn Out The Vote?

by Jeff Taylor September 21, 2016

Director Joss Whedon has assembled a “shit ton” of celebrities in a new video asking you to vote, with the promise of a Mark Ruffalo nude scene if you do. Related: Mark Ruffalo On Why LGBTQ Equality Matters To Him So Much Whedon returned to Twitter to announce the spot, which he filmed as part [...]

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‘Gay Bachelor’ Robert Sepulveda Jr. Threatens Legal Action Despite Having No Case

by matt baume September 21, 2016

As you’ll recall, Robert Sepulveda Jr. has been fumbling his way through the news, first as the contestant on Logo’s Bachelor clone; then for having worked as an escort; then for having been kind of sex-negative about the whole thing; and also for having run a rainbow-crosswalk nonprofit that may or may not still exist. His latest [...]

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Trump Supporters Talk Hillary Health Conspiracies: “It Could Be AIDS”

by Jeff Taylor September 21, 2016

There’s nothing the far right likes better than a good conspiracy. Or a half baked conspiracy. Or a conspiracy they just now made up but are pretty sure could be real. Their latest fixation is Hillary Clinton‘s health and The Daily Show‘s Jordan Klepper went to Donald Trump rallies in the swing states of Wisconsin [...]

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CNN Posts Bizarro Video Of George Clooney’s Brangelina Reaction, Hasn’t Quite Nailed New Media

by Derek de Koff September 21, 2016

We’re not too sure what happened here. It begins innocently enough: with plaintive electronic piano plinks. Superimposed over two stock Getty images of Brad Pitt and George Clooney, we’re treated to some textual exposition: “Brad Pitt and George Clooney have been friends for years,” we’re informed. “CNN asked Clooney at the UN General Assembly about [...]

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Straight Guy Writes TripAdvisor Review Complaining Of Homosexuals At Gay Resort

by Graham Gremore September 21, 2016

Known for its black lava and white sand beaches, clear waters, and stunning ocean views, Gran Canaria in Spain’s Canary Islands is one of the world’s top gay travel destinations. Related: Texas Woman Traumatized After Mistakingly Booking Room In Gay NYC Hotel But apparently one man and his girlfriend didn’t get that memo when they booked a stay [...]

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Corey Feldman Threatens To Return To NBC For Encore Performance

by Derek de Koff September 21, 2016

Rule of thumb: Skulking onstage to hobgoblin around in a snakeskin hood in front of an entire bitchy country is bound to get you attention. Just don’t expect people to hurdle long-stemmed roses in your direction — particularly if your performance is so unintentionally hilarious that it’s practically life-affirming. Related: Corey Feldman’s “Today Show” Performance The Definition Of [...]

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Gay-For-Pay Sean Cody Star Who Allegedly Murdered His Sugar Daddy Will Soon Have His Day In Court

by Graham Gremore September 21, 2016

When 25-year-old Mario Romo made his debut on Sean Cody‘s website in 2010, he was one of the brightest burning stars in gay-for-pay adult entertainment. Today, he’s sitting in a Texas jail cell, awaiting trail for allegedly murdering his wealthy ex-lover. According to freshly unsealed FBI files obtained by Str8UpGayPorn, Romo, who was born in Mexico and whose real name [...]

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Bianca Del Rio On Controversial Comedy, RuPaul’s Emmy Win And Talking To Guys On Grindr

by Tim Winfred September 21, 2016

Bianca Del Rio is a quick-witted drag clown who’s funny as hell. Her sixth season win of RuPaul‘s Drag Race propelled her career and has since opened so many new doors of opportunity. Sitting down with Bianca at the Producer Entertainment office in Los Angeles, Queerty’s Tim Winfred had a one-on-one chat with her to discuss her [...]

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Broadway’s Hottest Bisexual Has An Important Message For All You Bi-Deniers

by Graham Gremore September 21, 2016

It’s Bisexual Awareness Week. To mark the occasion, Broadway actor Andy Mientus has written a lengthy but powerful Instagram post about the stigma many people still attach to bisexuality. Related: A Heartbreaking Look At Why So Many Bisexual Men Remain Closeted The 29-year-old Spring Awakening and Les Misérables star says he is often contacted by young people still coming to [...]

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Beyond The French Quarter: Three Adventures To Get The Most Out Of New Orleans

by Graham Gremore September 21, 2016

Believe it or not, there’s a lot more to New Orleans than just the French Quarter. In fact, there’s a lot more to New Orleans than New Orleans. Adventures are awaiting just outside the city limits. Scroll down for three off-the-beaten-path experiences waiting to be had during your next trip down the bayou… Hit the swamps… Snakes [...]

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PHOTOS: No Holds Barred With The Go-Go Boys In Buenos Aires

by Graham Gremore September 21, 2016

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Rumors & Speculations: The 12 Queens Most Likely Cast On ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ Season 9

by Tim Winfred September 20, 2016

RuPaul‘s Drag Race, the cult phenomenon, drag queen reality-competition show that airs every Monday night in a gay bar near you, was renewed for a ninth season a few months back. And, as the story goes with every new season, the “Nancy Drew” detectives over on the RuPaul’s Drag Race sub-Reddit have complied a list of [...]

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Daniel Radcliffe Holds Nothing Back As He Calls Out Homophobic, Racist Hollywood

by Jeff Taylor September 20, 2016

Daniel Radcliffe says Hollywood has a ways to go when it comes to equality. Speaking to the BBC’s Victoria Derbyshire, he said the film industry was seen as “very, very progressive” but that it was still “lagging behind” other industries in encouraging diversity. Related: Daniel Radcliffe Honors LGBTQ History When asked why so few actors have come [...]

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