Polo Ralph Lauren, Taking Us Home For The Holidays Timelessness meets cutting-edge just in time for winter
The History of Our Future Two approaches to the gay martyrdom and heroism in The Imitation Game and The Circle.
The Gospel According to Benedict Poised to make Alan Turing his own, Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch is no stranger to sexual politics and bullying. And he’ll take on all comers.
Holiday Gift Guide Our picks for the Athlete, the Epicurean, the Scholar, and the Jet-setter on your list
Dirty Pop She’s as obsessed with Serge Gainsbourg as she is with Justin Bieber. But where does Charli XCX fit in?
Vote for the Sexiest 'Stache From Tom Selleck's iconic whiskers to model Matthieu Charneau's peach fuzz, which of these men can claim to have the sexiest facial hair? Vote for your favorites.
The Wedding Guide
Uff, dressing your pet is just so...how do I say it? Gay. Nevertheless, this headline: "Poll: People Support Gay Marriage More Than Rodents As Pets" has finally a)made us feel like, all comfortable and accepted in the community (43%-38%, in your face, you cute critters!), b)prompted us to run this long-postponed bit of service journalism on ferret frocks & frippery.So, without further ado:April 02 2007 8:06 AM
If this were a real mycokefest, Kate Moss would be in the front row in her party dress, jumping up and down and cheering while Pusha T laid on the beats. Instead, gym bunny L.L. Cool J frontlined the Coca-Cola-fueled celebroconcert. Wait! We did find one reference to white powder in an L.L. tune, "Judge Talking":April 02 2007 7:30 AM
Decades before Sanjaya was born, Europe started staging a voter-driven, continent-wide talent contest recognizing the schlockiest balladeers and crooners from Norway to Greece. Just like American Idol, the Eurovision Song Contest has had its share of controversy - remember Dana International, Israel's winning cross-dressing entrant in 1998?April 02 2007 4:29 AM
Gay audiences have always understood the value of a good bitch slap. From Joan Collins and Linda Evans wrestling each other into a pond on Dynasty to Heather Locklear ripping apart every female cast member on Melrose Place, crazy over-the-top escapades have always been key ingredients to must-see queer TV.March 31 2007 7:00 PM
"Fashion is a form of ugliness so intolerable that we have to alter it every six months"-Oscar Wilde"Ugliness is in a way superior to beauty because it lasts." Serge GainsbourgMarch 30 2007 10:50 AM
Well, PingMag doesn't call it that. But their feature on new photography from China includes some startling/raunchy/scuzzy pics, some of which have a distinctly gay subtext - including one called "I Fuck Me". If you want to see more, and can handle a lot of question marks (that's what happens when western laptops take on Chinese characters), check out photoblogchina.com.March 30 2007 10:00 AM
Flashy Japanese fishing lures (via BoingBoing) Fat man mud flap (via Andrewsullivan) Japanese deep fryer/fish tank (ohgizmo!) Hi-tech birdhouse (thanks, Design*Sponge)March 30 2007 7:11 AM
Hedi Slimane, "the world's most influential men's designer" is out at Dior. LMVH, Dior's parent company, has been unable to reach agreement with the baby food-eating Frenchman on a new contract.March 30 2007 4:54 AM
If you've ever welcomed a friend back from a trip to Hong Kong or Southeast Asia, you may have heard tales of ridiculously inexpensive hand-tailored suits, made for the customer right on the spot. Maybe you even got treated to an impromptu fashion show. A new rumor in the Out offices has it that J.C. Penney will soon begin offering custom-tailored men's suits for the outrageously affordable price of about $500.March 29 2007 11:16 AM
Rootlesscosmopolitan brings us this fascinating comparison of army rations in France, Germany, Russia, and Britain. We think the Krauts have it best. Photo: Getty ImagesMarch 29 2007 6:32 AM
This week's catfight at the NY Times Styles section must have resulted in the shredding of all their interesting articles. Absent some juicy Thursday Styles items, here are the best fashion stories from newspapers across the nation: A tattoo ban goes into effect for Marines (Chicago Tribune)March 29 2007 4:00 AM
Gillette's Fusion Power Phantom razor sounds either terrifying or terribly efficient (it has six blades). The blogosphere has been testing it out and brings us these mixed reviews:Geezer Chronicles: "As I continued to shave I noticed that I nearly enjoyed the act. I was ever aware, however, that the sheer number of blades, should they decide to rebel, would make for a very dramatic morning, indeed."12:27 PM