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  • WATCH: Alan Cumming in Ep 4 of 'Whatever this is.'

    WATCH: Alan Cumming in Ep 4 of 'Whatever this is.'

    'Business' boasts a hilarious cameo performance by Alan Cumming "Business," the fourth episode of Whatever this is. , continues to balance humor and sentiment masterfully. Money's still hard to come by for our three protagonists—Sam, Ari and Lisa—and workdays aren't getting any shorter.  The latest episode introduces additional drama the trio would love to avoid (and we love to see!). To recap without spoiling: Ari's relationship with Toby is up

    Story - 2013-10-31 08:40

  • WATCH: Ep 2 of 'Whatever This Is' Web Series

    WATCH: Ep 2 of 'Whatever This Is' Web Series

    The new web series continues to gain momentum with latest ep The second episode of Whatever this is —  Adam Goldman (an  Out100 honoree ) and the Rascal Department's latest web series — premiered last night at the Knitting Factory in Brooklyn. Fans and other creatives watched the large screen in the Williamsburg bar with fluctuating reactions: At one moment, unanimous laughter at the fast-paced, sharp dialogue, in another, thoughtful silences during heavier, more contemplative scenes. Such emotional

    Story - 2013-09-10 13:09

  • Adam Goldman of THE OUTS presents: WHATEVER THIS IS Ep 2 Trailer

    Adam Goldman of THE OUTS presents: WHATEVER THIS IS Ep 2 Trailer

    The full episode will premiere online September 10 Adam Goldman (an Out100 honoree) and the Rascal Department, the team behind The Outs , released a trailer for the second episode of Whatever this is .  The new web series follows three friends as they struggle to afford life in New York without losing themselves.     "[The show] asks a tough question : how long are you expected to do work that you hate, for pennies, until it becomes something that you love that pays the rent? Is it even

    Story - 2013-08-26 17:57

  • WATCH: Pilot For 'Whatever This Is,' New Project From The Outs Team

    WATCH: Pilot For 'Whatever This Is,' New Project From The Outs Team

    'The Outs' creator has ongoing series in mind. With only five days to go until they reach their Kickstarter deadline —and about $100,000 needed for completion— Adam Goldman and the Rascal Department, the team that brought us The Outs , have posted the pilot for their new project, Whatever this is . Starring some of the same cast as The Outs , including the Sasha Winters and Hunter Canning, as well as newcomers Dylan Marron and Madeline Wise, this series follows a group of New

    Story - 2013-07-31 14:07

  • Who's Afraid of a Remake of 'Whatever Happened to Baby Jane'?

    Who's Afraid of a Remake of 'Whatever Happened to Baby Jane'?

    Bette Davis and Joan Crawford may haunt Walter Hill's project Writer-director Walter Hill is partnering with the Aldrich Co. to create a new version of the 1962 classic Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?  , which is beloved by many, many, many gay men. According to THR ,  Hill will "adapt the screenplay from Lukas Heller’s screenplay for the original film, which in turn was based on Henry Farrell’s novel." The film famously starred Bette Davis and Joan Crawford as bitter, dysfunctional

    Story - 2012-07-12 15:14

  • New Ad Whatever Gay Activists Are For You Should Be Against

    New Ad Whatever Gay Activists Are For You Should Be Against

    Support by Equality Maine for Question 1 — a ballot initiative that protects same-day voter registration — has opponents raising suspicions about what a gay rights group might hope to achieve.

    Story - 2011-11-08 15:57

  • Duckie Brown Spring 2012: Bexleyheath Boys (Whatever That Means)

    Duckie Brown Spring 2012: Bexleyheath Boys (Whatever That Means)

    Inspired by the boys of London suburb Bexleyheath, the boys of Duckie Brown presented monochromatic outfits similar to classic track suits. Then the oversized floral-print organza started coming. It's not a DB show without something crazy, after all. Check back shortly for our interview with Steven Cox and Daniel Silver about where these bonkers ideas come from...and which Royal Prince they'd like to (un)dress.... all photos courtesy of Sarah Olin 6a00d8341ca4b653ef01539170a61a970b-800wi

    Story - 2011-09-08 15:09

  • Tom Ford Does Whatever He Wants

    Tom Ford Does Whatever He Wants

    On the eve of his latest store opening (on swanky Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills), the infamous Tom Ford (again, our February cover boy ) has been everywhere these days. Starting with his film A Single Man last year, Ford has slowly been making his presence known again in the fashion industry. Last September, Ford held an intimate presentation to show the re-launch of his womenswear label (he's been working on menswear since 2007) with a strict no-picture policy, sending the industry into a frenzy. This season Ford followed this up by allowing even less press and again no

    Story - 2011-02-23 08:16

  • Whatever Works doesn't really work

    Whatever Works doesn't really work

    Whatever Works, Woody Allen’s newest homage to aging, neurotic Jewish men, falls back on some pretty worn-out clichés. Which is a pity, given that Allen recruited kvetch-on-high Larry David to play the lead, Boris Yellnikoff. As a crotchety, death-obsessed jerk, Boris is taken for a ride when pretty young country gal Melodie (Evan Rachel Wood) stumbles her way into to his quintessentially pessimistic world. Naïve, Southern, and well, dumb, Melodie falls in love with Boris and the exoticism of his biting sarcasm and wit. Unfortunately for Boris, Melodie’s loony, backwater

    Story - 2009-06-26 12:19

  • Trevor Project's A Totally Funny...Whatever fund-raiser, May 20 in NYC

    Trevor Project's A Totally Funny...Whatever fund-raiser, May 20 in NYC

    Events 2005-05-12 Trevor Project's A Totally Funny...Whatever fund-raiser, May 20 in NYC The

    Story - 2005-05-12 00:00

  • Songs in the Key of Whatever

    Songs in the Key of Whatever

    Week 4 of Advocate contributor Dave White’s American Idol recap: Idol’s dullest week this season

    Story - 2006-03-17 01:00

  • WATCH: Lena Dunham’s Interpretative Dance To Sia’s ‘Chandelier’

    WATCH: Lena Dunham’s Interpretative Dance To Sia’s ‘Chandelier’

    It’s basically what you’re imagining Last night on Late Night with Seth Meyers , Sia performed her hit “Chandelier” with a "very special guest," Lena Dunham. And by performed, we mean “lay facedown on a bunk bed while Dunham danced like nobody was watching.” Now before you start throwing shade a Dunham for…well whatever the hell that was, just ask yourself, is what you do in your in your bedroom after 4 vodka tonics any closer to Swan Lake ?

    Story - 2014-06-10 14:38

  • Watch: Alfred Molina & John Lithgow as Married Gay Guys in Love is Strange Trailer

    Watch: Alfred Molina & John Lithgow as Married Gay Guys in Love is Strange Trailer

    The Love is Strange trailer includes Marisa Tomei & Cheyenne Jackson Ira Sachs's last film, Keep the Lights On , was an indie and festival darling but had a cast of lesser-known actors. Anticipation for his latest film, Love is Strange , is high, especially since it stars sexagenarians John Lithgow and Alfred Molina as newlyweds who are homeless soon after their marriage in New York City. It's the first time they've worked together in a movie—let alone

    Story - 2014-06-20 15:00

  • Fund This: Queer Barbershop Camera Ready Kutz Seeks Full Storefront

    Fund This: Queer Barbershop Camera Ready Kutz Seeks Full Storefront

    Queer entrepreneur Khane Kutzwell seeking to establish her home barbershop in new storefront Photos: Camera Ready Kutz Presently operating out of her Brooklyn apartment, queer-identified barber Khane Kutzwell is ready to expand and serve her community. Currently running a fundraising campaign on IndieGoGo , the hair stylist and owner of Camera Ready Kutz , which has been providing Brooklyn with barber services by appointment since 2007, is seeking to open a new storefront in Crown Heights catering to both

    Story - 2014-08-01 13:20

  • Did Coco Rocha Copy Beyoncé?

    Did Coco Rocha Copy Beyoncé?

    Is it a little too soon after the Queen's crop for it to be pure coincidence? Now, we're not saying that supermodel and Instragram enthusiast Coco Rocha's new Agyness Deyn-reminiscent haircut has anything to do with the fact that Beyoncé chopped off her lioness locks last week. It could be a product of the trend that Miley Cyrus, Rihanna, et al. have been following. But, we're not not saying that.  Whatever the inspiration, it looks pretty damn good, as she always does. 

    Story - 2013-08-13 15:08

  • The Speaker: Big Jambox

    The Speaker: Big Jambox

    With a 15-hour battery life and a built-in microphone for hands-free calls Photography by Joshua Scott Whatever Jambox got so right with its first model two years ago, they have now trumped it with the Big Jambox, which is deeper and richer than its smaller predecessor, not to mention, louder. As far as Bluetooth-speakers go, it’s hands down the best thing on the market—with a 15-hour battery life and a built-in microphone for hands-free calls. $299.99; Jawbone.com

    Story - 2013-08-04 04:56

  • Beyoncé Liberated

    Beyoncé Liberated

    Behind the scenes of the world’s most powerful brand. Photography by Santiago & Mauricio  |  Styling by Lysa Cooper  | Additional Styling by Ty Hunter  |  Makeup: Mally Roncal  | Hair: Neal Farinah  | Nails: Lisa Logan If you pooled the collective memories of the staff at Parkwood, the small, can-do entertainment company that Beyoncé built, you would have enough material for the world’s longest biography. That it would also be a hagiography goes without saying; for those who work closest

    Story - 2014-04-08 08:00

  • Facebook Gave $10,000 to Anti-Gay Politician

    Facebook Gave $10,000 to Anti-Gay Politician

    Dislike. From appearances at San Francisco Pride to cutesy pro-marriage equality stickers , Facebook would like you think that they’re on board with LGBTQ rights. When it comes time for the tech giant to put its money where its mouth is, however, it’s not all rainbows and acceptance. Only a month before pride, the Silicon Valley heavyweight gave $10K to staunchly anti-gay Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes.  According to Valley Wag , Facebook gave the money to the virulently anti-gay politician so

    Story - 2014-08-15 17:10

  • Actor Michael Cyril Creighton on Kissing Jessica Hecht, His Papa Smurf Fetish & More

    Actor Michael Cyril Creighton on Kissing Jessica Hecht, His Papa Smurf Fetish & More

    The actor on kissing Jessica Hecht, his Papa Smurf fetish, and why he's tired of playing a snarky gay shop clerk (although he's really good at it) 'Stage Kiss' photos by Joan Marcus You may recognize Michael Cyril Creighton from his numerous TV roles. Or maybe not. He was the mean gay shop clerk in Orange is the New Black . Or the sassy store employee in 30 Rock . Or a witty talking head in that VH1 show you saw that one time but don't remember when. Of course,

    Story - 2014-03-21 15:29

  • Ben Whishaw: I Was Afraid to Come Out for a Long Time

    Ben Whishaw: I Was Afraid to Come Out for a Long Time

    'I had a lot of fear in doing it for a long time... I’m not sure I know why.' Photo: Strand Releasing British actor Ben Whishaw discussed his coming out in a poignant interview with the UK’s Sunday Times [paywall]. This engagement with the press is notable, as the  Cloud Atlas actor has been up until now notoriously cagey about his sexuality.  Whishaw   opened up about his sexuality three years ago in Out , but then retreated and did not speak openly

    Story - 2014-08-05 17:00

  • PHOTOS: Changing the Tide for Gay Surfers

    PHOTOS: Changing the Tide for Gay Surfers

    See the documentary that follows two gay surfers as they uncover a taboo in their beloved sport After 20 years of silence, Australian surfer David Wakefield came out at the Sydney Mardi Gras parade. He had been encouraged onward by  Thomas Castets , founder of GaySurfers.net , an online community for gay surfers. Then they set out to force conversation about why LGBT surfers feel the need to stay hidden. "The industry has made millions of dollars selling the image of the straight white male and

    Story - 2014-06-03 08:15

  • Apology Poll: Gary Oldman cried & proclaimed his longtime love for the gays at Outfest

    Apology Poll: Gary Oldman cried & proclaimed his longtime love for the gays at Outfest

    The actor proclaimed his longtime love for the gays at Outfest's gala event Gary Oldman's apology tour made an unlikely stop at Thursday's opening night ceremony of Outfest , where the actor presented writer-producer James Schamus with a well-deserved lifetime achievement award. Oldman, who ranted in a recent Playboy interview about the unbearable constrictions of political correctness—particularly when men like Mel Gibson and Alec Baldwin are held accountable for their own

    Story - 2014-07-11 16:27

  • Megan Rapinoe, Tomas Berdych, Michael Phelps Strip for the ESPN Body Issue

    Megan Rapinoe, Tomas Berdych, Michael Phelps Strip for the ESPN Body Issue

    The soccer player is the first openly gay athlete in the issue and joined by several studs including Michael Phelps and Omar Gonzalez On Tuesday, ESPN published its annual naked portfolio. Since it first launched in 2009 — when it was intended to rival the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue — the portfolio has become a showcase of the incredible world of athletic forms. Everyone from Serena Williams to Vernon Davis has stripped down for the magazine. This year is no different with Olympic champion Michael Phelps, U.S.

    Story - 2014-07-08 13:00

  • Sarah Michelson and the Infiltration of Dance

    Sarah Michelson and the Infiltration of Dance

    The choreographer's latest Whitney performance continues to pose the question: Is she 'rewriting the book on dance'? Sarah Michelson (b. 1964), 4, at the Whitney Museum of American Art, January 2014. Photograph © Paula Court Sarah Michelson pulled off a major upset when she took home the Bucksbaum Award at the Whitney Biennial in 2012: The prize (basically “Best of the Biennial”) is given for contributions to the visual arts… but Michelson is a choreographer. Not that the two are

    Story - 2014-01-30 09:55

  • Sex Tips Co-Author Loathes Girls, Likes Looking

    Sex Tips Co-Author Loathes Girls, Likes Looking

    Also, Carol Channing’s wacky gender confusion Pictured: Jason Michael Snow & Andrew Brewer with an audience member in a scene from 'Sex Tips for Straight Women from a Gay Man'| Photo by Jeremy Daniel This is probably a minority opinion, but I feel that one of Meryl Streep ’s finest moments was attempting to make love to a banana in the 2012 marital comedy Hope Springs . It was not only amusing, it was ultimately delicious—much more pungent than anything involving a dingo eating a

    Story - 2014-01-27 10:40

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