Joey walked in on me with the guy I was dating just kind of sitting on my lap. Straight guys don’t do that. He was like, ‘Dude, I don’t care.’ I’m like, ‘Surprise!’ Joey was just like, ‘Dude, I don’t care. I have so many gay friends — I don’t care… It was a few […]
In a strange twist of fate, Texas' attorney general is continuing to fight for Texas' gay marriage ban in De Leon v. Perry -- despite the fact his law school friend is one of the plaintiffs. Attorney General Greg Abbott now has to square the reality that he is choosing......
A gay Atlanta drag performer who died on Friday is being mourned, with two bars where he performed set to celebrate his life and help raise funds to pay for medical and funeral expenses.
Via press release: The OutServe-Servicemembers Legal Defense Network (OutServe-SLDN) and the American Military Partner Association (AMPA) today jointly filed a friend of the court brief [Amicus Brief] with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit in the cases of Kitchen v. Show More Summary
I used to go out to the gay clubs when I was a kid. We were 16 or 17 and my best friend would pretend to be my manager. He’d have business cards made up and he’d negotiate for me to sing for $25 a song. I’d have these amazing drag queens style me up […]
Dear President Putin, We are writing with reference to your recent invasion of Ukraine. I'm afraid that we do not believe your ambassador's claims that this is a friendly military exercise to help Ukraine suppress a gay pride rally. We also do not believe the claim that the Crimeans welcome the invasion in the hope [...]
Many amongst us cherish the time honored tradition of Sunday brunch (aka Sunday Funday). This hallowed time to re-group with friends serves as the subject of a new web series from writer Ean Weslynn and director Ben Simons titled,“Day Drunks...
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
Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott, who is defending the state's gay marriage ban (which was struck down this week) in court, has a personal connection to the case in that he went to law school with Mark Phariss (second from...
Andy Towle provides the transcript: "I don't nor do I condemn, but I've had a friend, family members... Everyone out there, you've had someone of homosexuality in your family — and someone whose on drugs and alcohol. How can I judge them? It's up to me to give him love, to give him support, to just be there for him. Show More Summary
by Liza Monroy Plastic trees and fabric foliage behind the Elvis impersonator distracted me from the fact that my father wasn’t walking me down the aisle. Instead, Emir and I danced our way down, and I felt as if we were acting in a high school musical. Elvis spun around, his black hair slicked up with grease. Show More Summary
Despite admitting in his college newspaper that gay people have a calling to be "chaste," Heritage Foundation staffer Ryan T. Anderson says he has "several" gay friends in his personal life (don't all social conservatives)? And even though those of...
by Peter Baklinski TORONTO, February 26, 2014 (LifeSiteNews.com) – An editor at Canada’s leading homosexual news agency has defended nudity at Toronto’s annual Pride parade, which is billed as a “family friendly” event. It’s just “queer people celebrating their sexuality,”…
YES! More Jonathan Groff! For another year at least! The freshman dramedy Looking, which made its debut in January on HBO and revolves around the lives of three gay friends in San Francisco, has been renewed for a second season! Looking had a soft launch to a small audience when it premiered on TV, but they've been growing [...]
Happy news! HBO isn’t the love-’em-and-leave-’em type. The cable network has announced plans to renew its zeitgeist-y dramedy Looking for a second season. The series about a group of ethnically-diverse gay friends in San Francisco debuted to mostly strong reviews, but initially struggled for ratings when it premiered in January to 338,000 viewers. After dividing much […]
Yesterday, playwright David Bar Katz reached a very large settlement with the National Enquirer after the tabloid falsely claimed that not only was he the gay lover of his close friend Philip Seymour Hoffman, but that they'd both done...Show More Summary
After filing a $50 million lawsuit over their gay lover story, David Bar Katz is now launching a writers' foundation to honor Hoffman that is funded by a settlement from the magazine. read more
David Bar Katz was one of Philip Seymour Hoffman’s best friends. The playwright and the late actor shared a love for the New York theater, were both members of the LAByrinth Company, and worked together on several stage productions. Then on February 2nd, David entered Philip's West Village apartment to find his friend dead of [...]
A "CSI" honcho who's being sued for alleged outrageous homophobic antics -- including drawing penises on the workstation of a man he though was gay -- now says it's BS, because some of his best friends are homosexuals.A set painter -- who says he's…
Sunday night’s episode of HBO’s Looking raised some interesting questions about gay friendships. Dom and Lynn have been spending an awful lot of time together. After Lynn sends Dom flowers on his 40th birthday, Dom goes over to his place to thank him… by planting a kiss on his lips. But Lynn isn’t having it. (At least […]