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Beautiful boy and beautiful man from the streets of NYC...
Big Brother Canada's Kenny Brain has a BIG one. (Work Unfriendly)
Singer likes to "skinny dip in a pool of tweaked out barely legal twinks..." but is "no rapist."
Pink and red and Duncan Black all over.
Singer says he wasn't even in Hawaii at the time of the alleged assault.
When gay marriage was just a union of "two faggots."
President Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe sincerely hates homos.
Lesbian police chief sacked, likely just because she's gay.
This Andrew Christian model wears, and deserves to be, a Trophy Boy.
Mrs. Doubtfire sequel?
Tom Daley rides a swing, and serves pseudo O-face somewhere toward the end.
Terry Miller explored the wintery Canadian wilderness this week, clad only in a tiny Mr. Turk swimsuit. If this is his winter outfit, we can only imagine what he has in store for the beach this year.
Lindsay Lohan paused for a selfie with Andy Cohen while visiting Watch What Happens Live this week. During her interview, Lohan dropped a bombshell and revealed that alleged sex list she wrote is actually legit.
Scissor Sisters frontman Jake Shears serves some #coachella #realness poolside. Eat your heart out, Jane Fonda!
Power couple alert! Marc Jacobs’ hunky ex Harry Louis has been bitten by the love bug again. According to a slew of new Instagram posts, he’s shacking up with fellow Brazilian model Diego Cavalcante.
Jack Laugher flaunts Team GB’s best ass in the most humble way.
Colton Haynes discovers what Australians do at 7:30am. And gets wet.
Olympic dreamboat Blake Skjellerup sports a Jason Collins jersey — #98, in honor of Matthew Shepard — at a Brooklyn Nets home game this week.
Almost 50 lbs off – I can see it now pic.twitter.com/GeuBnKttcm
— Rosie (@Rosie) April 17, 2014
Rosie O’Donnell has lost 50 pounds. Can you tell?
Vice President Joe Biden joined Instagram this week, and delivered the first-ever backseat Presidential selfie.
Seasoned Drag Race queen Courtney Act kai kai’s with the Pit Crew’s Simon Sherry-Wood.
The city council of Latina, a small commune in central Italy, has voted in favor of a motion to support the recognition of a same-sex couple’s marriage.r
Antonio Garullo and Mario Ottocento [pictured] were the first Italian gay couple to be married more than 10 years ago in Holland. In 2004 they asked the Ufficio dello Stato Civile of the Comune of Latina to register their marriage but their application was turned down. So the couple sued theComune of Latina, but in 2005 the Tribunale of latina rejected their complaint. Then they appealed the Court decision to the Court of Appeal of Rome where they found a second denial. Eventually the couple appealed the second negative decision to the Supreme Court of Cassation. In 2012 this court rejected their appeal but delivered a landmark opinion for LGBT rights. That Court said that the Italian laws should treat gay and straight couple equally.r
Antonio and Mario asked the Comune of Latina to record their marriage on April 15 and this afternoon the Council of the Latina approved in a 14-2 vote (1 absentee) a motion in support of the record of their marriage.r
The motion is addressed to the Italian Government, which will decide whether or not the commune of Latina can register the marriage.
The Guardian is reporting that two Ugandan men will go to trial next month accused of violating the country’s anti-homosexuality lawsr
Prosecutors said on Wednesday that they had sufficient evidence against Kim Mukisa and Jackson Mukasa, who denied the charges when they first appeared in court earlier this year. They have been held in Luziro prison in Kampala since December.r
Mukisa, 24, a businessman, was charged with "having sexual knowledge of a person against the order of nature" and Mukasa, 19, with permitting a person to have sexual knowledge of him against the order of nature.r
While the country’s recently enacted anti-gay law punishes first-time offenders with 14 years in jail, Mukisa and Mukasa have been charged under the 1950 Penal Code Act which prescribes life imprisonment for persons found guilty of homosexual acts.
Questions have being raised about standing in the 10th Circuit appeal of Kitchen v. Herbert, the ruling striking down Utah's ban on gay marriage, and some believe the court could dismiss the case because the proper defendants were not named in the suit.r
On Tuesday, Utah’s lead counsel Gene C. Schaerr (pictured) drew attention to a question posed to both sides by a three-judge panel at the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals last week regarding whether the lawsuit targeted the appropriate state and county officials...r
...If the court finds that they’re not, the appellate judges may decline to rule in the case, leaving Judge Robert J. Shelby’s ruling to stand as law in Utah.r
Questions from the court during arguments last week have led some to believe they are considering this, the paper adds:r
During Utah’s arguments last week, Judge Jerome A. Holmes — widely considered to be the "vote to get" in the case — asked Tomsic to explain why the defendants her plaintiffs had singled out were appropriate.r
Further, he asked whether the state continued to have the right to appeal the case, given that Salt Lake County Clerk Sherrie Swensen declined to appeal Judge Shelby’s Dec. 20 decision to overturn Utah’s same-sex marriage ban.r
"You sued the clerk of court," Holmes said, referring to Swensen. "But the clerk of court is not on the appeal, and, it would seem to me that creates a fundamental basis for concern about where jurisdiction lies in this case. "r
The explanation several Utah county clerks gave was they were waiting on direction from the attorney general or governor’s office as to how they should handle the situation.r
This, Schaerr states in his letter to the court, is further proof that with or without the Salt Lake County clerk, the governor and the attorney general are within their jurisdiction to appeal the case to the 10th Circuit and, perhaps, beyond.r
"Utah marriage licenses are issued by county clerks [...] not by court clerks," Schaerr wrote. "Plaintiffs’ suit thus satisfied the demands of Article III standing."
But I would like to see the Roskilde Naked Run.
Roskilde, Denmark, about a half hour from Copenhagen by train, has been the site of a famous music festival since 1971.
Beginning on the last Thursday in June or the first Thursday in July, it lasts for four days, with over 100 bands, vendors, camping, and 100,000 participants.
the official website.
Most people arrive on the Sunday before the festival, when the 200-acre campground opens, for the four-day warmup.
Every year since 1999, Roskilde Festival Radio has organized a naked run, or Nøgenløb, on the Saturday of the festival.
Hundreds of nude people sprint around the campground to win tickets to next year's festival. Since there are only two tickets available for hundreds of runners, most are just in it for the fun, and to see things bouncing around.
From the photos, it looks like there's considerable flappage, a little shrinkage, and even a few accidental arousals.
Tales of West Hollywood
Our Lady of the Flowers (1942), written while in prison, is about members of the gay underworld, including the drag queen Divine and the male prostitute Darling, who aspire to an antithesis of the "normal" world, finding honor in betrayal, beauty in "sordid" same-sex acts, and virtue in murder.
His Thief's Journal (1949), written while in prison, suggests that the gay underworld is the antithesis of the "normal" world, finding a trinity of evil "virtues": same-sex acts, theft, and betrayal.
Meanwhile, everyone waits to hear from Roger, the brothel's former plumber, and Chantal, a prostitute who has gone "straight," renounced the sordid underworld and gone off to join the Revolution.
The madam, Irma, falls asleep and dreams of three young men who are wounded and dying, presumably casualties of the revolution -- but then they are revealed to be named Blood, Tears, and Sperm. They are casualties of sex.
The Balcony has been staged many times, sometimes with all-male casts which emphasize the homoeroticism of the shadow world.
Most productions involve semi-nudity, especially from Arthur/The Torturer. In the 2007 performance in Washington D.C., he was played by Rashard Harrison (top), and in the 2013 version directed by Rafael de Musa, by Francesco Andolfi (left).
Columbo Peter Falk as the Chief of Police, future Spock Leonard Nimoy as Roger, and Shelley Winters as Irma.
You may not have known who he was before now, but don't you want to follow his Instagram forever now that you've seen this?
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