Who would dig up their dead best friends and beat young gay guys with the decaying corpse? You would, according to gay Atlanta blogger Mark King, whose latest column is causing a national stir.
by Peter Baklinski BRIDGEWATER, NJ, November 28, 2013 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Former friends and acquaintances of the New Jersey lesbian waitress who claimed she was stiffed on a tip because she was gay, say that evidence Dayna Morales made up the whole story isn’t surprising: she has a long history of fabricating…
Dayna Morales, a gay restaurant server and former Marine, recently got national attention for claiming that she received a homophobic note instead of any tip from a couple at the New Jersey restaurant where she works. The couple in question came forward to dispute Morales' version of events, and now friends of Morales' are coming forward to claim that she is a habitual liar.
I'm against gay marriage because the Bible clearly states that a man can live inside a giant fish. But seriously, folks... Same-sex marriage is legal in many states now. And we're all still doing fine. Society hasn't crumbled to the ground. Show More Summary
Logo TV reminds its "savvy audience of gay trendsetters and straight friends who are ahead of the curve" to twerk their turkeys this Thanksgiving, but not with stuffing or ham. What's their gripe with ham? Also, you can't twerk something else. Show More Summary
I don’t think LeAnn and Dean have spoken since their divorce, really, but the words they’re exchanging now aren’t all that friendly. Apparently LeAnn retweeted a photo of herself and Sheremet the other day, which the original poster had captioned: “Remember the good old days when @leannrimes was just a chubby country bumpkin married to a [...]
The bottom just fell out of a viral story that also made it onto Friendly Atheist a week and a half ago. Waitress Dayna Morales' account of being stiffed on her tip by a customer who wrote on the credit card receipt that she did not agree with Morales' "lifestyle" has been thrown into doubt. Show More Summary
HBO is amping up the hype around "Looking" with a new trailer. What is posed to be the next great gay TV series, "Looking" stars Jonathan Groff ("Glee") and follows three gay friends in modern-day San Francisco as they deal with dating...Show More Summary
Lesley was my closest friend to become sick in the 1980s, and he fought bravely until his death from AIDS. Today, World AIDS Day is an opportunity to remember Lesley and honor his struggle -- although I call up memories of Lesley, my first friend lost to the epidemic, nearly every day. Read more...
A colleague and friend remembers Conrad Susa, who died last week. Conrad Susa (1935-2013): An Appreciation by Byron Adams, Professor of Music, UC Riverside Conrad Susa was born in Springdale, Pennsylvania, the child of Slovakian immigrants to the United States. As a boy, he played the piano and organ, served as an usher in a local […]
I am a black woman and my best friend is a gay man. He came out to me the summer between our senior year of high school and our freshman year of college. “I really need to tell you something,” he began, while driving us home from our summer job at the local pool. I [...]
A gay Atlanta guy with a lengthy arrest record, and who's complained that police used excessive force when cuffing him, should make better friends. One helped get him robbed. Another got him arrested.
President John F. Kennedy was killed in Dallas 50 years ago, leaving behind a mourning nation and his gay best friend, Lem Billings. read more
Once upon a time dance music was, like, totally gay. Back in 2000 I went to New York City's gay dance club The Roxy for the first time. I trekked down from college in Rhode Island with my best female friend, the only person I had yet come out to. Show More Summary
On his podcast The Joe Rogan Experience, Rogan blasted opponents of same-sex marriage, saying he "can't believe there are bans against it. Rogan told a story about being an 11-year-old kid and watching a friend's dad react to a stor...
When best gay bachelor John-Paul Griffin isn't delivering babies, the gay Atlanta nurse is cooking. For friends. For family. And he hopes for next season's "Food Network Star."
A letter written by members of Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG China) was delivered to China's first lady Peng Liyuan recently urging further legislation against gay discrimination and equal rights for their children, according to a report by SCMP. [ more › ]
“I’m not as funny as I am a story teller,” gay Atlanta favorite and Emmy winning actor Leslie Jordan says as a preview of his return to a local stage with friend and cohort Del Shores to benefit AID Atlanta.
Blake McIver who played Derek, Michelle's friend on Full House, is now all grown up and putting out romantic gay music videos. Check out "Wish I Didn't Need You", AFTER THE JUMP...