• Name That Ass: Bad Boy Edition

    Oct. 7, 2012, 5:38 p.m.
    Disclaimer: I assume no responsibility for damage to your keyboard while reading this.  Born in 1977 in Orange County, California, and of Sicilian descent, at 35 this guy has managed to be one of our favorites since his debut in The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air back in 1995. But when he first got major media attention was [&hellip
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  • Madonna Release Dates!

    Jan. 30, 2012, 3:32 p.m.

    Just in case you haven't had your fill of Madonna these last few weeks...

    Over the weekend, an image that forced seventeen Photoshop artistes into 2 years of physical therapy was made the profile photo of 80 percent of gay Facebookers. But we can't blame 'em—the cover art for Madonna's "Give Me All Your Luvin" is, to resurrect an archaic but appropriate term, freaking fierce. Following the big weekend release is a slew of pertinent dates for the first single from Her Madgesty's new album, the accompanying music video and the new album itself.

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  • It’s GAY Day on Oprah!

    Jan. 24, 2011, 8:48 p.m.

    Set you PVR's! On tomorrow's Oprah, she'll be looking back on 25 years of covering LGBT issues, which, according to her team, includes more than 120 shows. The show will include a famous segment with Olympic diver, Greg Louganis, pictured below:

    "In 1995, Olympic gold medalist Greg Louganis spoke about the secret he had been keeping for years -- that he was gay and HIV positive.  On Tuesday, Louganis returns to the 'Oprah' show and surprises a viewer who says Greg's 1995 appearance on the 'Oprah' show - when this viewer was only 12 years old - helped him accept his own sexuality and gave him the strength and courage to come out himself." Read Now

  • CNN Under Pressure to stop booking ‘Anti-Gay- guests

    Jan. 8, 2011, 11:32 a.m.

    CNN is facing a push by the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation to convince the news network to stop booking guests representing what GLAAD calls the "anti-gay industry," reports 

    GLAAD has launched a petition drive to persuade CNN to stop booking such guests in segments about the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community, the story notes.

    The group cited a recent "John King, USA" segment as an example, when the show on Dec. 21 looked at the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy and brought on the Family Research Council's Peter Sprigg, whom GLAAD says "has worked to advance some of the most hurtful, dangerous, and demonstrably false notions about the lives of LGBT people that our country has seen in recent years."

    The segment also featured openly gay former service member Alex Nicholson, the story notes.

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