Sunday, July 27, 2014


This week we pay homage to 2 anniversaries; the 25th anniversary (July 25) of the Death of Studio 54 owner, Steve Rubell and the 24th anniversary (July 28) of the infamous 175-photo retrospective of the work of the late-Robert Mapplethorpe at the Whitney Museum in New York City.

Mapplethorpe worked primarily in the studio, particularly towards the end of his career. Common subjects include flowers, especially orchids and calla lilies, and celebrities, including Andy Warhol, Deborah Harry, Richard Gere, Peter Gabriel, Grace Jones, and Patti Smith. Smith was a longtime roommate of Mapplethorpe and a frequent subject in his photography, including a stark, iconic photograph that appears on the cover of Smith's first album, Horses.

Other work includes homoerotic and BDSM acts (including coprophagia), and classical nudes. Mapplethorpe's X Portfolio series sparked national attention in the early 1990s when it was included in The Perfect Moment, a traveling exhibition funded by National Endowment for the Arts.

Saturday, July 26, 2014

(Steam Room Stories) Tom Daley & Gay Face!

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(DAZED) Being A Rock Star!

What is being a rock star? And why have I wanted to be it all my life? A reflection.

(Ask Misty): Physical Altercation?

Dear Misty..Have you ever been in a physical or verbal altercation with another queen because of jealousy? And if yes, how did you resolve it? TSTBJ

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Wednesday, July 23, 2014

(JESSE on the BRINK) A Big Birthday. I survived!

by Jesse Archer

Living the philosophy "here for a good time, not a long time", I have to acknowledge that turning 40 is more miracle than milestone. And somehow I have managed to outlive the world's most important poets. Jesus. Rimbaud. And this year, the great Anna Nicole Smith.

Thankfully tons of friends were on hand to celebrate, and we won't stop for at least another few months. First up, I always wanted to do laser tag since I was a kid.

Laser Fag!

Monday, July 21, 2014

(Hey Qween!) with Willam Belli!

Comedian Jonny McGovern hosts "Hey Qween!" The gayest talk show of all time! Jonny and his sidekick, drag diva Lady Red Couture, riff about current hot topics and interview amazing LGBT guests! This week Willam Belli of DWV & Ru Paul's Drag Race gets the third degree!

(MNW) Supreme Court Preparation Intensifies!

Another week, and another win for marriage equality. This time, it's Florida. But the freedom to marry is in jeopardy in Colorado. Meanwhile an appeals court has set a date for oral argument in two states, but then said never mind. And the Department of Justice has indicated its plans for addressing the freedom to marry before the Supreme Court.

(RUMORED) Chrisley NOT Gay, Today; Sam Smith is #1?

Sunday, July 20, 2014

(The Boys Who Brunch)- S1.1 "The Strangest Encounter"!

CLASSIC from 2011!

Sex and the City meets Queer As Folk meets Noah's Arc! 4 best friends tackle a new dare/challenge every week!!

In this episode Mason is shown waking from a nightmare and rushing to meet his friends at brunch. They're asking if he's "called one?" He seems out of it wondering if "everything does happen for a reason?" He remembers how it all started 2 weeks ago when he met Marge.

Mike Mitchell Jr, Trip Langley, Evan D. Siegel, and Joe Walker

Special Guest Star - Jan Leslie Harding (Marge)

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(Time-Warp) One GIANT Step happened 45 years ago TODAY!

The United States' Apollo 11 was the first manned mission to land on the Moon, on 20 July 1969.[4] There have been six manned U.S. landings (between 1969 and 1972) and numerous unmanned landings, with no soft landings happening from 1976 until 14 December 2013. To date, the United States is the only country to have successfully conducted manned missions to the Moon.

A total of twelve men have landed on the Moon. This was accomplished with two US pilot-astronauts flying a Lunar Module on each of six NASA missions across a 41-month time span starting on 20 July 1969 UTC, with Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin on Apollo 11, and ending on 14 December 1972 UTC with Gene Cernan and Jack Schmitt on Apollo 17. Cernan was the last to step off the lunar surface.
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