Friday, March 31, 2017

On the Rag, Vol. 451

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

Get Out!: Argentinian hunk turned bar owner Facundo out front.

Metro Weekly (D.C.): Chef Jamie Leeds has grown a single restaurant into a veritable empire, one oyster at a time. 

DNA (Australia): Take a daddies' adventure to a nude beach.

Winq (U.K.): Premier League manager Eddie Howe: ‘I wouldn’t hesitate to sign a gay footballer’

TĂȘtu (France): Hiding homophobia on the road: strange advice from Russia

Out in Jersey: “Throuple” is as beautiful as the Hawaiian scenery

Passport: Broadway's leading men -- behind the scenes

Q Salt Lake: Bill removing homosexuality as taboo school subject passes Utah House 

Lavender (Twin Cities): Will you marry me?

MetroSource (N.Y.): Fans and Fantasy Converge at the NYC Queer Comic Fair 

Attractive Men: Are long hairstyles for men back? 

GT (U.K.): "Broadchurch" hunk Chris Mason strips off for gay football film 

QX (London): The music issue is out now!

The Gay U.K.: So what’s it actually like to work out naked in a room full of other naked guys?

HIV Plus: A different kind of "Valley of the Dolls"?

Outlook Ohio: Gym Shorts for Free Balling Crotch Crusaders

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