It shouldn't have to be a big deal. But it is.
It happens every year: All those CPAC closet cases in the big city!
Mike Maggio is a judge in Arkansas. He is also a big LSU fan. He is also the commenter geauxjudge on an LSU fan site, and he posts some peachy comments there about sluts, gays, minorities, rodeo sex fantasies, and this one time he presided over Charlize Theron's son's adoption. Read more...
One of the fanciest ways to say “We’re here; we’re queer” in Atlanta comes each May via the local chapter of HRC. But the Gala Dinner & Auction doesn’t happen before a pre-dinner push. Or two.
The Hollywood star will help produce a biopic based on the story of Major League Baseball player Glenn Burke, and she has just signed on a screenwriter. Featured Image: read more
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The Big Wig party saw the prerequisite headgear to benefit Atlanta Gay Men’s Chorus on Saturday at Paris on Ponce, and guests created full-tilt takes on the annual fundraiser.
You can count on some things in gay Atanta. DJ John LePage draws a crowd. Bear Invasion brings out the beast in its men. And when the two come together, Heretic’s dance floor bumps and grinds.
Mayor de Blasio marched in the Queens St. Pat's parade but won't participate in the big parade up 5th Ave because the Queens event welcomes gay units, the Manhattan parade does not. Many here, carrying rainbow flags, not gay but saying they feel more comfortable marching in an inclusive event. Show More Summary
Other Men is a forthcoming web series written by Ben Ladouceur and starring Nathan Carroll, G. Kyle Shields, and Jonathan Nathaniel about a small town gay man trying to find himself in a big city: A recently-out man named Jerry...
If you wait a long while for your Big Gay Ice Cream order in New York, it will be worth it and not just for the treat itself, but for the person who hands it to you. “In the summertime, people wait an hour and you’re going to smile at them,” says co-founder Douglas Quint, explaining his customer service ethos with a mischievous grin. Show More Summary
Jason Collins isn't going anywhere. The 35-year-old big man, who recently became the first openly gay player to suit up in the NBA, has only spent 18 minutes on the court through Feb. 26. But he's already expected to stick around for...Show More Summary
Serving a great product is the easy part. Growing a quality business is a far tougher task, say the owners of Big Gay Ice Cream and Murray's Cheese. Photo, from left to right: Douglas Quint, Bryan Petroff, and Rob Kaufelt Small food merchants are having a moment, according to new data from American Express. Show More Summary
Today, Larry Kramer is known as one of the great gay activists and author of The Normal Heart. But forty-five years ago, he was a struggling producer-screenwriter ready to release his adaptation of D. H. Lawrence's classic Women in Love. Show More Summary
Post by Adriana Velez. Oh Paula! After announcing that she's ready for her big comeback, Paula Deen compared herself to gay football player Michael Sam. You know, the MVP college athlete who bravely came out before the NFL draft picks? She says they're facing the same struggle. Show More Summary
Same-sex marriage is a hot topic in America this week following gay-rights wins in Arizona, Texas, and Kentucky. Over the past few years, the US has seen a growing number of states where same-sex marriage is legal, and recent political moves signal more strides. Show More Summary
Boston, NYC mayors to skip St. Patrick’s Day parades to protest gay policies http://t.co/xZSQQ7uYZs — Talking Points Memo (@TPM) February 27, 2014 Now read this:Jan Brewer Vetoes Anti-Gay Bill (Feb 26, 2014) Anti-Gay Bill Could Cost Arizona The Super Bowl (Feb 26, 2014) Millennials Flee Churches Over Homophobic Policies (Feb 26, 2014) Georgia, Missouri […]
We had no idea when we booked a honeymoon in Arizona that we could be facing legally sanctioned bigotry. Read more
I have a confession: A part of me, a rather big part, was hoping that Arizona Governor, Jane Brewer did not veto a bill that would have allowed businesses that asserted their religious beliefs the right to deny service to gay and lesbian...Show More Summary
Yep. Still funny.