This week, Jimmy Kimmel demonstrated his gaydar is on point, Jeremy Renner couldn’t care less if you think he’s queer and Jonathan Groff reunited with Raul Castillo. Here’s what happened on Instagram:
Catfish sweethearts Max Joseph and Nev Schulman couldn’t contain their excitement about marriage equality.
Stan Wawrinka may appear tantalizingly fit on the glossy pages of ESPN’s Body Issue, but looks aren’t everything for the 30-year-old Swedish tennis champ.
Here are some highlights from the upcoming interview:
On achieving that body:
My body is for my tennis, it’s for my sport. I’m not a model at all. I don’t work out to go to the beach, I work out to play well and to do well on the court.
How he trains for play:
I can keep my fitness and strength at a high level for hours and hours and hours. I can play really powerful from the baseline and I can keep my level up — that’s why I’m playing well in five-set matches. I’ve done it many times, in many long matches, many times longer than four or five hours and it wasn’t a big problem for me. It’s not a strategy to make matches longer, but I know that I can keep up. That is always good for my confidence.
But what’s your tat say?
I have a Samuel Beckett quote tattooed on my arm. I got it a few years ago now: “Ever Tried. Ever Failed. No Matter. Try Again. Fail Again. Fail Better.” That’s a little bit how I see life in general, but especially in tennis, because even if you play well, even if you’re top-10, you still lose matches. So you need to accept that and take the positives from that.
It’s the 4th of July. Patriots across America are currently firing up their barbecues, snapping open cans of beer and watching fireworks in celebration of our nation’s independence.
We couldn’t think of a better way to observe the country’s 239th birthday and to show our undying love for the land of opportunity than by compiling photos of sexy men wrapped in American flags.
Scroll down to see pics of men draped in red, white and blue and showing their love for the good ol’ U.S. of A…
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Bryce Harper bare naked for ESPN magazine!
President Obama to declare 6/26/16 National Equality Day.
34 years ago this weekend: RARE CANCER SEEN IN 41 HOMOSEXUALS.
Author of RARE CANCER piece on AIDS retired in 2009.
Ben Ryan argues for the end of “AIDS.”
Former Rand Paul aide on why Republicans are wrong on gay marriage.
Kentucky clerk sued for refusing to issue same-sex marriage license.
Jim Webb as a Virginia senator = yay. As a prez nominee? Boo.
Hillary Clinton not freaking out over Bernie Sanders.
Guess who Chris Evans was secretly dating?
I'd like to apologize to the Echols family and others for posting a pic of their kids w/o permission.I didn't mean to cause them distress.— Jim Carrey (@JimCarrey) July 3, 2015
... and the kid's autism was genetic. Um, sit down.
NJ lesbian leader thinks NO GAYS ALLOWED signs are totes okay.
Obama to broaden use of clemency to free non-violent drug offenders.
Which type of stalker is yours?
The challenges of being gay and having gay friends.
Kareem Abdul-Jabaar dumps on Trump.
Malia Obama on the set of Girls.
Paul Rudd farts throughout interview.
NYC's Tribeca Cinemas closing.
VIDEO: The criminal too dumb to tell PUSH from PULL.
Gigantic penis alert. (Work Unfriendly)
Eric Dane is in The Last Ship, on the last page of People.
Legendary cub promoters the Boulet Brothers hosted Big Daddy’s at Precinct, Downtown L.A.’s brand spankin’ new gay bar. Tattooed daddies kept the randy go-go boys in check, while DJs and drag queens kept the party raging well into the early hours of the morn.
Scroll down for some pictures of the night, and see the full gallery over at GayCities…
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Out director Roland Emmerich's films are mostly known as the big, blow-em-up apocalyptic blockbuster variety, such as Independence Day or 2012. We've been following the production and filming of his latest drama, titled Stonewall, since its infancy, but the publicity campaign recently released more images of the actors and behind the scenes moments that we think everyone should be gobbling up.
With Stonewall, out this fall, Emmerich is hoping to create the definitive story of the 1969 Stonewall Riots in New York City for a new generation.
Danny Winters (played by Jeremy Irvine) is a fictional character caught up during the Village scuffle and is forced to leave behind friends and loved ones when he is kicked out of his parent’s home and flees to New York. The film also includes Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Ron Perlman, Joey King, Jonny Beauchamp (Penny Dreadful) Caleb Landry Jones (Banshee in X-Men: First Class), and is sure to rile people up. Check out the images below.
Behind the scenes of 'Stonewall' with star Jeremy Irvine (center) and director Roland Emmerich (left).
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It's all about independence and freedom right? Well, that's what Team HeartBreak are selling in their song, "Do iT Like Miley," the first track from self-proclaimed "punk dance duo" Caleb and Brian Raux's Sassy Summer Sounds. The video features Violet Chachki and Alaska Thunderfuck Star twerking and tongue wagging (like Miley, of course).
“The message in ‘Do iT Like Miley’ is: Who cares what other people think of you. Their opinions don't matter. The key to happiness is forgetting your insecurities and loving who you are. Just be you no matter what,” Caleb says, from the Los Angeles home he shares with Brian. According to the guys, they've always been viewed as outcasts. “We remember feeling like two fucking aliens. Then, somehow, we met and we didn't have to explain ourselves to each other. We just got it.”
They describe themselves as “brothers from another mother” and, despite having an almost entirely female fan base, many people assume they’re gay. In fact, in a Google search of the band’s name, gay comes up a lot (likely because they dye their hair rainbow colors). They do occasionally wear female clothing and sleep with Hello Kitty and My Little Pony dolls. But Brian says: "We don’t believe in traditional gender roles. We like poking fun at them any chance we get. I mean, who needs gender roles when you have pizza rolls? Have you tasted those things? They're seriously bomb!”
Follow Team HeartBreak on Instagram. Watch the video below:
Demi Lovato's new jam may be hinting at a same-sex summer fling, something we all may have dabbled in. With sexy nuance and some flirtatious overtones in its lyrics, 'Cool for the Summer' might just become your next summertime crush.
Celebrated fashion designer Marc Jacobs accidentally posted an Instagram this week revealing his butt and a little bit of d*ck. The photo was reportedly meant to be sent as a direct message but was accidentally shared with all 218K of his followers, and was quickly taken down.
But the gay icon is far from mortified - in a response to an Instagram user, Jacobs, 52 and looking hot as ever, showed no shame for the nude, explaining: “Yeah. I accidentally posted a pic of my bare ass and took it down. I was flirting with someone I met on Instagram. Meant to send it by DM. Oops, my mistake. I apologize to any one it offended… I’m a gay man. I flirt and chat with guys on line sometimes. Big deal!” Here's a photo of the actual comment:
Same, Marc. We applaud your candor, and your physique, to be honest.
What began as a short script for a documentary theater writing class has become a short-film staple at film festivals this year. Dylan, from Emmy Award-winning director Elizabeth Rohrbaugh, takes viewers on the personal journey of a transgender man (played by transgender actor, Becca Blackwell) as he recalls moving to New York City and the exploration of its transgender community in the late ‘90s and early 2000’s. Based on an interview with Dylan Winn Garner, the film touches on family acceptance, and the transformations, both physical and emotional, that Garner underwent.
Slated to appear at Outfest on July 12, Rohrbaugh hopes that Dylan can show transgender individuals, especially transgender youth, that they have a community that will stand by them through this process.
NOTE: A note on the use of the word “tranny” in the film from the filmmaker: “It was kept in the film to honor the authenticity and honesty of the interview with the real Dylan, who used it in the context that applied to him 10 years ago. However, we do not in any way support or promote the use of that word in any context.”
Watch the short below:
Directed by Cheryl Furjanic, the documentary Back on Board: Greg Louganis tells the story of the one of the greatest divers ever — from his difficult childhood, through his Olympic conquests, to a transformative post-Olympic life as an LGBT activist — and his impact as one of the first openly gay athletes in the United States. After being screened at festivals, the film is now going to debut August 4 on HBO Sports.
“I always wondered what happened to Greg Louganis,” Furjanic says. “When we first approached him, we had no idea that we would find him facing such difficulties. During the three years we spent making this film, one thing that became clear is Greg’s resilience. HBO is the perfect platform to reach both audiences who cheered Greg on during the Olympics and a younger generation who has never heard of him.”
As writer-producer Will Sweeney explains: “Greg’s story is connected to so many important moments in American history, including the Olympics, the AIDS epidemic, the gay rights movement and even the recent home-foreclosure crisis. Greg’s return to diving to mentor the Olympic team gave us a natural way to tell his unique story and explore his enduring legacy. We are thrilled to release the film with HBO Sports.”
Watch the promo for the film below:
Jane Lynch may be one of the best-known contemporary funny ladies (as well as an Out Power 50 alum) because of her TV and movie roles. And thanks to her roles in The 40-Year-Old Virgin, and Role Models, everyone knows she can navigate an inappropriate joke or two.
But what isn’t widely known is that Lynch got her first acting gig in Harrison Ford’s 1993 on-the-run drama, The Fugitive. Credited as Doctor Kathy Wahlund, Lynch even shared some screen time with Ford and, on a recent chat with Conan O’Brien, shared some of Ford’s wisdom that he imparted onto her slack-jawed self more than 20 years ago.
Watch the clip below: