Friday, April 28, 2017

On the Rag, Vol. 455

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

Get Out!: Meet the drama queens of "Fire Island"

Winq (U.K.): Doctors in the 1980s thought poppers might be causing AIDS. Now they (really) think they're increasing the risk of cancer in older gay men 

DNA (Australia): Meet Insta-stud Alex Cypriano, who seems to hate clothing

Metro Weekly (D.C.): Thirty years ago, Jeremiah Tower forged the celebrity chef culture that pervades today's society. A new documentary celebrates the life of the playful, irascible perfectionist.

Gay Times: Get a 360 view inside these half-naked rugby players’ locker room

Why Siobhan’s return to Bananarama completes the bunch

QX (London): This week, they've got cover boy Marcos Santos! Plus, how to survive in London on 50 quid a week!

Out in Jersey: Where are the gay beaches in New Jersey?

Passport: Exploring Sri Lanka and the Maldives

Outlook Ohio: Are you ready for Columbus Pride?

The Gay U.K.: Former O-Town member Ashley Parker is all grown up ...

Q Salt Lake Magazine: South Salt Lake Police seeking driver of Chevy Sonic in murder case

Lavender (Twin Cities): The sports and fitness issue is out now

Attractive Men: Find out about the best and worst foods for your skin

Attitude (U.K.): Todrick Hall leads the LGBT fightback in the May issue 

HIV Plus: Even short-term use of steroids can be risky

Edge Media: Democrats reboot effort for national ban on gay-conversion therapy

Têtu (France): The moving homage by the hubby of Xavier Jugelé, the policeman killed on the Champs-Elysées

MetroSource: "How to Survive a Plague": AIDS and hard lessons learned

1 comment:

  1. While excited to see how Bananarama does, that "article" was just horrid well-rehearsed PR crap.