GOProud has gay blog readers scratching our heads this week (and any other time we dwell on them) after Christopher Barron jousted with Cenk Uygur on MSNBC, going so far as to claim Don’t Ask Don’t Tell’s repeal is a product of Republicans supporting gays more than their Democratic counterparts.[…]
Gay blogs are reporting Lady Gaga’s much ballyhooed New Year’s Eve announcement has arrived. The text? THE SONG 2 13 11 THE RECORD 5 23 11 The photo? Well, you can see for yourselves. Homegirl is ringing in the New Year Unicorn Booty style. Happy New Year, y’all!
AcidCow has compiled a list of the Top 50 Lady Gaga outfits of 2010. For any other artist, a top 10 would be enough, but not for our girl Gaga. We’re having a hard time choosing between Meat Dress, Coke Can Hair, and Grammys Star in Orbit. We see you[…]
Kermit, Big Bird, and that lesbian redheaded Fraggle have never looked so creepy. Is is weird that we are strangely attracted to Rolph?
Richard Knight has published his list of the top LGBT films of the year, and we wouldn’t be a gay blog if we didn’t dissect his picks. Ladies who love ladies were big film business in 2010, with The Kids Are Alright, Black Swan, and I Am Love taking the top[…]
All of my gay blog reading comic book geeks out there know that DC Comics’ heroine, Batwoman’s secret origin is tied directly to Don’t Ask Don’t Tell. Second Lieutenant Kate Kane was given the boot from the United States Military after choosing not to lie about being a lesbian. Writer[…]
GAVoice has compiled a list of 2010’s top gay quotes. They rank Ricky Martin’s “I am proud to say that I am a fortunate homosexual man. I am very blessed to be who I am.” as number one. The gay blog editor in me disagrees with this selection. If you ask[…]
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