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The Wedding Guide
In Out's June issue, we sat down to talk with the folksy pop star about her gay fans (including especially enthusiastic lesbians) and her new disc, Goodbye Alice in Wonderland. Here are some exclusive outtakes from our chat. I have a friend who always complains that his hands are too small. He occasionally breaks out in your 'Hands' song' 'My hands are small''May 02 2006 8:00 PM
Like Madonna, I too was like a virgin'a Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival virgin. Neither the Material Girl nor I had ever been to the giant festival in Indio, Calif. (near Palm Springs), but this year we can both add that notch to our belts.May 02 2006 8:00 PM
In Out's June Hot Issue, we named Irish dreamboat Jonathan Rhys-Meyers the Hottest Straight Guy We Wish Was Gay. The Mission: Impossible III costar told us about his infamous Velvet Goldmine sex scene with Ewan McGregor and why he thinks playing Elvis (for which he won a Golden Globe) was his gayest role yet. Here are some exclusive outtakes from our chat with the cheeky lad. So, you are our Hottest Straight Guy. That's pretty bold. No one's ever accused me of being straight before. Nice one. I hope that's OK'April 30 2006 8:00 PM
After a particularly cold, rainy, and snowy winter, much of the country seems to be emerging into spring. Here are five reasons we're having spring fever: 1. Young hunks baring their chests after keeping them shut up for the past six months. 2. Ditto for shorts. (Fashion note: Don't even think about wearing Capri pants if you're over the age of 17'and don't live on Capri) 3. No coats to check if you're out for the night on Saturday. 4. It's still light at the end of the workday'a reminder that there's more life than your job.April 30 2006 8:00 PM
It may be the sexiest, most sensual season. But even sumner has its downside. Don't say we didn't warn you. 1. Shopping for a bathing suit. Need we say more? 2. Finding sand in very uncomfortable places on'or in'your body. 3. Summer-house envy. If you don't have a summer rental or summer home to go to, you'll have to listen to the weekend tales of everyone who does. 4. Summer-guest obligations. If you do have a summer home, you'll find friends and relatives crawling out of the woodwork and oh so anxious to visit you. And stay'and stay'and stay.April 27 2006 8:00 PM
In my recent book 101 Must-See Movies for Gay Men (Alyson Books), I tried to lay down a list of flicks that any self-respecting homo'be he twink or daddy, Navy SEAL or archbishop'absolutely needs to incorporate into his repertoire. But everyone knows that movie watching is a shared experience, so I've selected a handful of movies from the book that will make a great centerpiece for your next party. Pour the drinks, dim the lights, put your cell phones on vibrate, and enjoy this quartet of queer flicks: Valley of the Dolls (1967)April 25 2006 8:00 PM
Despite the fact that Silent Hill is one of the worst movies in years, my boyfriend and I couldn't help but distract ourselves by thinking how much better it would have been if distraught mother Radha Mitchell and hot cop Laurie Holden had simply stripped down and gotten it on. (No, we're not frat boys, but we can appreciate beauty in all its forms.) So before we ended up walking out, I had plenty of time to think of other sci-fi/fantasy/thrillers that would have benefited from a little homo action. Got some other suggestions? Leave a comment!April 23 2006 8:00 PM