Tagged: queer

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Midnighter is.. y’know, that way…

Midnighter: DC’s Gay Superhero Could Use Some Rescuing: an AfterElton article about DC Comics’ Midnighter and his new solo series with a noticeable lack of sexuality. …the intelligent integration of his gayness is a goal at best sporadically reached. Not...

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Pride 2007: Parade Aftermath

Mr. & Ms. Capital Pride Leather… and me! [urbanbohemian/flickr] See all of my Capital Pride 2007: Parade pictures Man do my feet hurt! — That was my first thought when we reached Thomas Circle, but it was a lot of...

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Headlines from the Edge

This may be the greatest headline for a blog post I’ve seen in a long while, even better because it’s true: Deaf Lesbian Chainsaw Killer Found Guilty. Sadly Queerty is having loading issues this morning, you can read their take...

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Talk about a bad break-up!

Oh Terry McMillan, you poor poor sista girl! You got your groove back only to find out that your man liked other men and instead of keeping it all civil considering the way you’ve written one woman handling things you...

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He was always so good to his mother

RIP John Inman – I remember first watching “Are You Being Served” in my room on PBS station Channel 8 in Atlanta on a tv set with a smaller screen than the computer monitor I use today as part of...

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Brooks Brothers be advised…

Today’s ‘You’ve gotta be fuckin’ kidding me’ story, Gay Bash Charge — Hoboken H.S. student, pal beat man, cops say: A man was followed off a PATH train by two men and brutally beaten in what cops are calling an...

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…just like yours, only gayer

HSI Productions has done some new ads for Equal Marriage. They’re 100% effective without going over the top. I’m sure the concept has been done before, but the one about the coaster gave me a giggle. Direct QuickTime links as...

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No in fact, we don’t all know each other…

Suze Orman Shocks World, Is Lesbian — ok maybe it’s not so shocking, but I had no idea. However I didn’t really care either, call me when Anderson Cooper goes for the big reveal. Seriously, to Suze Orman was a...