Friday, February 10, 2017

On the Rag, Vol. 445

A weekly look at what's making news in the gay mags:

Get Out!: Dan Welden looks pumped / Read HERE.

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We finally watched "King Cobra" -- exactly what you'd expect, campy but ultimately enjoyable enough (why is Academy Award nominee James Franco by far the worst actor in it?) -- but the real Brent Corrigan's new film looks far more entertaining.

GT: And speaking of "King Coba," Garrett Clayton seems to have kept his costumes from the film, now sporting them onstage with Judith Light and Al Pacino. More HERE

Metro Weekly (D.C.): Queer, Muslim, an immigrant and female: Urooj Arshad has every reason to fear the Trump administration, but she's not going down without a fight / Read HERE.

The Gay U.K.: Find out the best and worst places to pop the question to your man this Valentine's Day HERE.

QX (London): Can Jonny Woo you? Read HERE.

MetroSource: Saying goodbye to "Girls," the show I hate to hate / Read HERE.

DNA: You might want to think twice about looking at Pete Furnato's spread if you're at work right now / Go HERE.

Grab (Chicago): There's Carson Kressley ...

and Valentine's Day underwear ideas inside. Read HERE.

Echo (Phoenix): The Valley has its own LGBT tennis league -- and tournament / Read HERE.

Out in Jersey: N.J. legislator introduces package to ensure transgender civil rights / Read HERE.

The Fight (Los Angeles): Muscle car designer Bryan Thompson will make your engine go vroom, vroom! Read HERE.

Edge (Boston) has an on-the-ground report from the Woman's March on Washington / Info HERE.

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