This is crazy. Dude literally had his face broken in. According to CBS Local reports: Officials and volunteers handed out fliers in Greenwich Village Friday showing a police sketch of a suspect wanted for the brutal attack of a
We reported yesterday the story of another violent NYC hate crime that led to a gay man having his nose broken and eye socket fractured. According to police, the man in this sketch approached the 39-year-old victim on the West 4th Street subway platform around 12:30am on March 2 (Saturday night) and “punched the victim […]
The NYPD is searching for an assailant who attacked a gay man in Greenwich Village earlier this week. Featured Image: read more
The NYPD is searching for a suspect they believe was the perpetrator of a hate crime in New York City last weekend. According to WABC New York, the man in this sketch “sucker-punched a man after asking if he was gay.” The suspect reportedly approached the 39-year-old victim and his partner on the West 4th […]
Police are looking for a man who approached a gay couple and attacked one of them on a Greenwich Village subway platform on March 2, ABC7 reports: Authorities say the suspect sucker-punched a man after asking if he was gay....
Comedian and Big Gay Sketch Show co-star Jonny McGovern (a.k.a. the Gay Pimp) has been amusing the world years with dance songs like Bossy Bottom and Man Areas and their accompanying music videos. Now, he’s launched a new web series called Whoa, Dude that explores homoerotic behavior in straight men. We chatted with McGovern via Skype. He’s currently in Los Angeles, where […]
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Ellen Page, who came out as gay yesterday, has been a lightning rod of conversation on the internet since her annuncement. Many are supportive (you go, Jez commenters!), some took to Twitter to express their shock, dismay, and disgust (click link to tweets at your own risk!), and some asked the question "didn't Ellen Page already come out on SNL in 2008?" Read more...
Our review of the "Big Gay Sketch Show" alum's latest stand-up special. The post “Julie Goldman: Lady Gentleman” brings the lesbian jokes appeared first on AfterEllen.com.
If you’re sketching plays and keeping tallies of gay Atlanta’s best Super Bowl parties, chalk up another win for Blake’s. Sunday’s big game drew a crowd to the go-to bar.
[SPOILERS] Eric Stonestreet, the Emmy-award winning actor who plays Cam on ABC's "Modern Family" (and appeared in a hilarious 2011 sketch, at right, with co-star Jesse Tyler Ferguson) recently revealed a few upcoming episode secrets, proving that what happens in...
In this week’s opening sketch, SNL took on the Sochi controversy, drawing the issue to a natural conclusion–what if there were no gays at all at The Olympics this year?
The police also have info on the car in which the suspect fled after the January 17 attack on Randy Gener in midtown Manhattan. Featured Image: read more
Yesterday we reported on the horrific Hell's Kitchen beating of gay journalist Randy Gener, which left him with severe brain injuries. The attack on Gener is being investigated as a possible hate crime, and police have now released a sketch...
The NYPD has released a sketch of the man they believe may have committed a hate crime in Hell's Kitchen. [ more › ]
A comedy troupe called Black Gay University (BGU) has released the first in a series of sketches called 'Candy Boyz'. The HuffPost reports: If you live in New York, you've no doubt seen it -- young entrepreneurs selling boxes of...
If you've ever wondered if ABC's "The Bachelor" might eventually branch out and hold a gay marriage competition, this Funny Or Die sketch starring Jesse Tyler Ferguson will put that idea to rest. In a parody hosted by George Takei (because...Show More Summary
Just in time for Halloween, Key & Peele have introduced us to the most horrifying stand-up set ever. What happens when you put an insult comic in a room with a gay, black man in a wheelchair with a voicebox and a horribly burned face?...Show More Summary
The writer behind Ellen Page's Melissa Etheridge sketch on being a gay woman in comedy. The post Paula Pell on being out in the “SNL” writers’ room and her new web series appeared first on AfterEllen.com.
The police re-issued their call for help from the public to help identify suspect involved in the killing of a gay man last year. [ more › ]