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  • WATCH: Cher Wants You To Take It Like A Man (Or An Andrew Christian Model)

    WATCH: Cher Wants You To Take It Like A Man (Or An Andrew Christian Model)

    She's truly out-gayed herself with this one We're really enjoying this new, freer Cher. Not only has she been running her mouth about vibrators and Salvador Dali, but she's producing music that will have your ass shaking like a go-go dancer working his way through college.  In her new "video" for the remix to "Take It Like A Man," Cher remixes a bunch of Andrew Christian ads into one gaylorious good time. This video's got everything: car washes,

    Story - 2013-11-21 14:21

  • WATCH: Andrew Christian's Halloween Party

    WATCH: Andrew Christian's Halloween Party

    An early (NSFW) holiday treat full of tricks from designer Andrew Christian with video 'How to Dress Like a Slut (for Halloween)' In Andrew Christian 's newest video installment, the designer treats us into a tricked out (pun intended) early Halloween bash. Promoting his various underwear lines, the video is full of drag queens and hotties in a variety of costumes, or rather just accessories and underwear—like the hardcore girls from Mean Girls do the holiday. It also includes a guest

    Story - 2012-10-18 03:23

  • Popnog 10: Christian Karlsson On Writing For Britney Spears And His New Group, Galantis

    Popnog 10: Christian Karlsson On Writing For Britney Spears And His New Group, Galantis

    The producer, songwriter and musician answers Popnography's burning questions [Photo: Getty] Christian Karlsson goes by many names. When producing mega hits for Britney Spears and Katy Perry he's often credited as Bloodshy. When Karlsson joined forces with Pontus Winnberg and Andrew Wyatt, they went by the singular group name, Miike Snow. Now that's he paired up with Icona Pop producer Linus Eklow, he's adding a new name to the mix: Galantis. Karlsson, a man who wears many

    Story - 2013-12-17 13:00

  • Christian Ladies and Biker Boys

    Christian Ladies and Biker Boys

    Five stories reveal five faces of one city, New Orleans. I made my first trip to New Orleans this past April, and the faces I remember most were those of two Christian women in their mid-to-late-twenties. Their faces were worn and slightly red -- pink, really, as if drawn from the plain's wind. And the women themselves were plain. Neither wore makeup or adornment of any kind. They were both wearing the long denim skirts common among devout evangelicals. Their faces were simply pretty and graceful without being

    Story - 2013-06-05 18:54

  • Watch the First Teaser for American Horror Story: Freak Show

    Watch the First Teaser for American Horror Story: Freak Show

    ...And five other things you need to know today. 1. Ryan Murphy tweeted the first official teaser for the upcoming season of American Horror Story . 2. Andrew Rannells, who makes his debut as Hedwig on Aug. 20, admits getting use to all the makeup and wigs was a bit of an adjustment: "It’s a little claustrophobic because you get used to yourself sort of looking and feeling a certain way as you’re rehearsing it." [ The Backlot ] 3. The A-list cast of The Jungle Book continues

    Story - 2014-08-20 17:41

  • 7 Deadly Sins, Acted Out in Underwear

    7 Deadly Sins, Acted Out in Underwear

    In the spirit of Halloween, underwear brand Andrew Christian has release a video series, ' 7 Deadly Sins ', to show just how sinfully hot his underwear can make you. And if there's anything we've learned from "Wrath", it's that you should never piss off a guy in hot underwear, lest you want all your picture frames smashed.   6a00d8341ca4b653ef015436603eec970c-500wi (Popnography)

    Story - 2011-10-24 07:38

  • RG3 On Gay NFL Players: It's Time To Come Out

    RG3 On Gay NFL Players: It's Time To Come Out

    'To each his own,' says Redskins quarterback. In an interview with GQ this month, Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III, known as RG3 to friends and fans, was asked about the possibility of a gay NFL player coming out, something that seems increasingly inevitable. We've seen other players in a variety of sports step out in recent months. Robbie Rogers is an openly gay professional soccer player, former NBA player Jason Collins came out in April, and young NFL hopeful

    Story - 2013-08-13 12:18

  • WATCH: Mister Chase's Gay Vid for Neon Chase Hit

    WATCH: Mister Chase's Gay Vid for Neon Chase Hit

    Is this the sexiest gay boxing match ever? Like he did to Rihanna's "Stay," Mister Chase gives a sexy gay makeover to Neon Hitch's "F*ck U Betta." The out singer was profiled in the New York Times for his popular YouTube vids performed in American Sign Language. Now he's more interested in showing skin — and lots of it. He sings, but you'll watch for Mister Chase nekkid in the locker room, in the shower, in bed. "F*ck U

    Story - 2013-07-22 12:21

  • Today in Gay History: Rally for Rev. Robert Cromey, 1965

    Today in Gay History: Rally for Rev. Robert Cromey, 1965

    Gay-friendly preacher spread his message from coast-to-coast. By 1965 gay protests, though still rare, had become integral to the gay rights movement. They were part of a "new media-conscious" strategy, writes Marcia M. Gallo . And that strategy was on full display September 26, 1965, when about 30 protesters gathered outside San Francisco's Grace Cathedral to picket the Episcopal Church's decision to "curtail" the job responsibilities of one Rev. Robert Cromey

    Story - 2013-09-26 10:18

  • Baton Rouge Sheriff Goes After Gay Men In Parks

    Baton Rouge Sheriff Goes After Gay Men In Parks

    Christian singles can meet in park, but not gay men. The Baton Rouge Advocate revealed this weekend that Sid J. Gautreaux, III, the Sheriff of East Baton Rouge Parish, has been sending deputies into public parks to spark up conversations with cruising gay men , suggest they go somewhere to have sex, and then arrest them under "crime against nature" laws. This has happened at least a dozen times since 2011. "There had been no sex-for-money deal between the two. The men did not agree to

    Story - 2013-07-29 09:08

  • WATCH: Fox Sports Fails To Vet Anti-Gay Sports Caster

    WATCH: Fox Sports Fails To Vet Anti-Gay Sports Caster

    Fox Sports Southwest somehow missed the fact that new hire is a raging homophobe. In 2011, former football star Craig James left his gig as an ESPN sportscaster to run for one of Texas's two U.S. Senate seats. Soon after, during a 2012 campaign debate, conservative Republican James made clear he didn't think there was any debating equality. Being LGBT is a "choice," he said, before declaring that LGBT people will have to "answer to the Lord for their actions."

    Story - 2013-09-09 12:30

  • Gay Filmmaker Wants To Understand The South

    Gay Filmmaker Wants To Understand The South

    Christian Hendricks hopes 'South of The Ohio' will shed light on a complicated region. The South. The phrase alone's enough to conjure vivid and varied for most Americans. It is a distinct region, almost, and once, a nation unto itself. It's a land of drawls and hazy, sticky summers and weeping willows and no shortage of lore. It also has a huge concentration of state bans on marriage equality and still remains a hotbed of anti-gay attitudes . Yet the South also boasts a huge

    Story - 2013-05-22 12:57

  • Hot List: Pierre Niney slips into an icon’s skin in 'Yves Saint Laurent'

    Hot List: Pierre Niney slips into an icon’s skin in 'Yves Saint Laurent'

    The French newcomer slips into an icon’s skin in Yves Saint Laurent Photography by Steeve Beckouet. Styling by Laurent Dombrowicz. Shirt by Louis Vuitton. Jacket by Gucci. In an early scene in Yves Saint Laurent , director Jalil Lespert’s forthcoming biopic of the French fashion legend, a guest at Saint Laurent’s debut show as Christian Dior’s successor sits entranced, saying of one gown, “It’s so wonderfully simple and supple—almost neglectful.” That same sentiment might be used to

    Story - 2014-05-19 11:45

  • Today in Gay History: Real Gay on Public Television With Lance Loud

    Today in Gay History: Real Gay on Public Television With Lance Loud

    Lance Loud broke barriers, with his best face forward. The upcoming gay HBO dramedy Looking would probably wouldn’t exist if it weren’t for the 1973 PBS mini-series An American Family . The first reality show, An American Family followed The Louds — parents Bill and Patricia and five teenage children — for twelve episodes. The format was revolutionary, and so was the content, most of all eldest son Lance, an out and proud homosexual. His appearance 41 years ago this week marked the first time an openly gay

    Story - 2014-01-15 13:03

  • Chicago Cancels Michelle Shocked After Anti-Gay Rant

    Chicago Cancels Michelle Shocked After Anti-Gay Rant

    Fans decrease and cancellations begin for the former female empowerment singer and lesbian icon Photo via Twitter Michelle Shocked, the self-proclaimed "most sophisticated hillbilly you ever met," is losing fans and upcoming gigs for her anti-gay remarks in San Francisco over the weekend. The 51-year-old folk singer was popular in the late '80s and for her songs on female empowerment, which according to SheWired endeared her to an entire generation of lesbians before k.d.

    Story - 2013-03-19 12:56

  • Watch: Dan Savage On Ending 'Ex-Gay' Camps

    Watch: Dan Savage On Ending 'Ex-Gay' Camps

    Journalist suggests putting a sign in the heavens. Speaking at Rhodes College in Memphis recently, Dan Savage was asked what can be done to prevent children from being sent to " ex-gay " conversion camps. While Savage admits there's limited wiggle room for stopping such abuse, he did suggest that opponents of such camps follow his and his Seattle-based allies' approach. When Ken Hutcherson, a virulently anti-gay pastor, held an "ex-gay" event at Safeco Field,

    Story - 2013-06-14 09:29

  • Jason Collins' Opposition, Reporting Live

    Jason Collins' Opposition, Reporting Live

    ESPN's Chris Broussard came right out and said Collins is "walking in open rebellion to God." Everyone seems to have an opinion on Jason Collins, the NBA center who came out of the closet yesterday . President Obama reportedly called the former Washington Wizard to congratulate him. Bill Clinton, whose daughter is friends with Jason, congratulated the player. Ernie Grunfeld, president of the Washington Wizards, for whom Collins has played, said he's "extremely proud"

    Story - 2013-04-30 08:59

  • Stockholm Has Some Truly Sexy Statues

    Stockholm Has Some Truly Sexy Statues

    These sculptures are definitely hard and hot. If you're into well-sculpted bodies and art history and in Stockholm , you're in luck, because this Swedish capital's brimming with rock hard abs and preening naked men. Those who are really gung-ho about Adonises will definitely want to head to Millesgården , the former home of preeminent Swedish sculptor Carl Milles, a national treasure whose works pepper the city, and the world: a replica of his famous 1926 creation Sunsinger can be found

    Story - 2013-04-23 17:00

  • The Gayest Halloween Costumes

    The Gayest Halloween Costumes

    10 suggestions for queering this season's pop culture costume ideas As holidays go, Halloween is undoubtedly the gayest. It’s the one time of year where homos can pretend they’re hetero, straight boys step out in short skirts, and grown-ass women turn every respectable profession they can think of into slutty versions of their former selves. Of course you can head to your local costume shop and pick up a played-out, plastic-wrapped outfit, but we know you better than that. That’s why we’ve compiled this

    Story - 2012-10-19 07:56

  • Absurdity: 'Ex-Gays' Try To Launch Pride Month, March

    Absurdity: 'Ex-Gays' Try To Launch Pride Month, March

    Do people claiming to be "cured" of homosexuality know the meaning of pride? Apparently not content with simply shaming out and proud LGBT people, the " ex-gay " movement, a group of mostly right wing fundamentalists who believe people can "change" their sexuality, are now trying to organize an "ex-gay pride" parade. "We're declaring July as the first Ex-Gay Pride month," Christopher Doyle, head of an

    Story - 2013-07-02 09:31

  • Gabriel Gastelum Has Never Been Covered In Body Paint

    Gabriel Gastelum Has Never Been Covered In Body Paint

    Photographer behind viral hits discusses his art, getting models naked and what he looks for in a man. When Gabriel Gastelum abandoned his plans for law school, he decided to travel the world, documenting every step along the way. It was a picture of a little girl in Vietnam that triggered a professional life behind the camera. Soon after he posted the image, magazines started calling and asking to feature the photo. Now, nearly four years later, he's made a career out of photographing friends, weddings and,

    Story - 2013-05-01 21:48

  • The Cold, Hard Truth of a Gay Pro Football Player

    The Cold, Hard Truth of a Gay Pro Football Player

    To owners and managers, choosing Alan Gendreau would be a business decision. There's quite the show happening at Radio City Hall this week: the NFL Draft, an annual tradition in which gobs of well-proportioned men preen and pose for the nation's football teams, hoping all the while that they'll be Belle of the Ball. As these straight men try to catch old coach's eye, a gay man named Alan Gendreau is working behind the scenes. Though not part of the official line-up on display over

    Story - 2013-04-25 10:21

  • Today in Gay History: Original Anti-Gay Baddie Herbert Armstrong

    Today in Gay History: Original Anti-Gay Baddie Herbert Armstrong

    Homophobic holy roller set Evangelical stage, sadly. The name Herbert W. Armstrong no doubt still sends shivers up some gay spines. Born on this date in 1892, Armstrong was the prototypical American holy roller: he used emerging Western technologies — radio and, later, television — to spread fundamentalist beliefs and false prophecies, including a 1936 prediction that the world was going to end. The world went on, of course, but the nationally-covered forecast made Armstrong a star and gave a huge boost to his burgeoning

    Story - 2013-07-31 09:49

  • Orson Scott Card Sells Out So Easily

    Orson Scott Card Sells Out So Easily

    Hateful sci-fi author throws up his hands for some bones. Orson Scott Card isn't sorry. There is no contrition in his reaction to a boycott of Ender's Game , the forthcoming movie based on the card-carrying homophobe's science-fiction novel of the same name. The boycott, organized by the LGBT group Geeks OUT, asks moviegoers to snub Ender's Game over Card's many, many statements against not only marriage equality but gay people as a whole. In a 1990 essay called

    Story - 2013-07-09 11:34

  • Frank Rich: Liberals Haven't Always Helped the Gays

    Frank Rich: Liberals Haven't Always Helped the Gays

    New York Mag's Frank Rich reminds us that liberals like Bill Clinton and even Andrew Cuomo have taken swipes at LGBT rights in the past. As our country enters a new era of civil rights advancements and pro-LGBT sentiment, Frank Rich implores us to take a step back and think for a second. In a piece for New York Magazine , Rich reminds us that we still have a ways to go. For example, LGBT people are still blocked from enjoying full civil rights due to the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA.) However, he also

    Story - 2012-02-27 15:30

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