Thursday, April 18, 2019

Remains of the Day (04/18)


The New York Times: Mueller found "numerous" Russia contacts but evidence of crime was "not sufficient"

Washington Post: Trump campaign attempted to obtain Hillary Clinton's private emails

Instagram: Dreamy young Tommy Haas should have played the lead in "Top Gun"

Dlisted: Duchess Muppet and Prince Hot Ginge are apparently open to hiring an American manny (pick me)

Page Six: Mayor Pete Buttigieg is coming to New York for a big fundraiser 

Instagram: Your afternoon workout will leave you breathless


TV Line: Is "Riverdale" down for the count?

NewNowNext: America's only all-male historically black college will admit trans men in 2020

Greg in Hollywood: No one exudes '80s sex appeal quite like John James of "Dynasty"

Tennis Life: Happy 34th to Jo-Wilfried Tsonga

Towleroad: Former "Bachelor" Nick Viall had a "hot" makeout session with a guy

Socialite Life: James Holzhauer breaks his own "Jeopardy" winnings record


Metrosource: Cinema's "El Angel": Argentina's anti-hero you can't help but love

HIV Plus: The oldest person living with HIV turns 100

The Daily News: "Real Husband" Joe Giudice’s deportation appeal has been denied

Die Alone With Me: 50-year-old gay man reflects on his one and only "significant" other

The Randy Report: New Harry's shaving ad features trans man

OMG Blog: French soccer player Florian Sotoca caught naked in the locker room






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Hot Cat of the Day: Why become enraged again reading the Mueller report when I can watch this over and over and over? 

Thursday Ad Watch


Is that you, KEEGAN?

Song of the Day: 'Could It Be I'm Falling in Love' by the Spinners


With so many singles to choose from -- "I'll Be Around," "One of a Kind (Love Affair)," "Then Came You" (with Dionne Warwick), "The Rubberband Man," "Working My Way Back to You," "Cupid" -- it's hard to pick a favorite Spinners song. (Will their jukebox musical be next?) But if I had to choose, "Could It Be I'm Falling in Love" would probably be the one. Must be the 1972 effect working its magic on me, again.

Page 1 Roundup (04/18)









Morning Wood


Russia is definitely good for something. More HERE.

Wednesday, April 17, 2019

Remains of the Day (04/17)













Washington Blade: D.C. beer honors Marsha P. Johnson (let the woke-brigade protests begin about corporations exploiting the late activist's image)

U.K. Progressive: How does an unknown strain of HIV get diagnosed?

Baseline:  Naomi Osaka named one of Time's "100 Most Influential People"

Spotify: Listen to the "Teen Spirit" original motion picture soundtrack 

The Guardian: How Stevie Nicks created a new musical language

Back2Stonewall: So-called Christian activists heckle Pete Buttigieg in Iowa, screaming "Remember Sodom and Gomorrah"



25 Reasons Why We Already Knew Aaron Schock Was Gay


Well, knock me over with a feather: Former GOP Rep. Aaron Schock -- who repeatedly voted against the rights of gay people while in office -- was spotted making out with a guy (or two) over the weekend at Coachella. (For a Republican, he's looking awfully Dora the Explorer in this photo.) 


So as we look back at the worst-kept secret on and off Capitol Hill, we must ask ourselves: What really outed him first?

1) His hunky blond "travel companion"

2) His daily shower with Paul Ryan

3) His famed Men's Health cover and GQ shoot

4) He followed Tom Daley on Instagram

5) His poolside spread

6) His flamboyant New York Times profile

7) His sexy Scot look


8) His infamous teal belt

9) His ripped body in the Gulf of Mexico

10) His 10-year affair with Sir Elton John

11) His recent gay haircut

12) His recent workout at one of New York's gayest gyms?

13) His fanboying over Sam Smith


14) His workout with model Nick Sandell in West Hollywood

15) His friendship with swarthy stud Eliad Cohen

16) His Dorothy Hamill impersonation


17) His "Downton Abbey" office makeover

18) His gay beard in India

19) That a gay porn was made about him


20) His gay jump in Patagonia

21) His Village People impersonation


22) The Gray Lady's write-up about his Instagram account

23) This photo with a beardy hunk

24) He's gal pals with Arianna Huffington
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25)  His already having been outed by Itay Hod


P.S. For those who say they are disgusted by gays who "fawn" all over Miss Schock -- yours truly included -- I say this: You're totally right. There are many other hot gay men to adore, gay men who haven't done the despicable things Schock has. But in our defense, everyone loves a soap opera villain. And watching this dashing young congressman be a flaming closet case in plain sight was fascinating, especially at a time when being gay is acceptable in much of the country. (Why bother to hide it ...  now?) From a blogger's point of view, it was his hypocrisy that was newsworthy -- but I admit it was more than that. Maybe it was remembering my own youthful struggles with being gay. Maybe it was the power and privilege of it all. But what I'm eager to see is this: Now that he's been exposed, will he finally come clean -- and will he finally apologize for the damage he's inflicted? Many people may still never forgive him -- I know I still get enraged every time I see Ken Mehlman, despite his apology and attempts to right his W(rongs) by doing pro-LGBTQ work. But it's truly the least Schock can do. And perhaps asking for forgiveness will in some way help him figure out what allowed him to commit these disgusting transgressions against his own brothers and sisters in the first place, and how he will treat them moving forward. 



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