Tuesday, March 06, 2018

Remains of the Day (03/06)


Men's Health: Jason Statham's transformation tips that got him in amazing shape

Dlisted: I've never seen "Drag Race" -- and only know RuPaul because of the delightful 1993 single "Supermodel" -- but find it ridiculous that he should have to apologize for saying transwomen shouldn't be participants on a show about DRAG QUEENS #WokePolice #WhyTrumpWillBeReElected

NPR: Kellyanne Conway violated law on political expression, investigators say

The Underwear Expert: Shirtless military men strip down and spill about their underwear

Gr8er Days: 12 figures shafted and ignored by Oscars' In Memorial

Greg in Hollywood: SPOILER: Sexy male "Will & Grace" guest star revealed


The Gay Curmudgeon: A review of Jake Shears's new memoir, "Boys Keep Swinging"

Paste: Watch Aretha Franklin put soulful spins on CSN, Simon & Garfunkel and the Beatles in 1971

The Film Experience: A collection of the best Oscar tweets

Gay Star News: "Coronation Street" to air male rape storyline to address "culture of silence"

The Washington Post: North Korea says it will halt nuclear and missile tests while talking with U.S., Seoul says

Daily Intelligencer: Nashville mayor resigns over using taxpayer money to fund affair with bodyguard (I call entrapment!)


Boy Culture: A review of the new play "A Letter to Harvey Milk"

Metrosource: A healthy POZ patient on no meds helps scientists target HIV

The Wow Report: Armie Hammer and Timothée Chalamet to star in “Call Me by Your Name” sequel

NewNowNext: Belinda Carlisle says it's "sexist or political" why the Go-Go's haven't been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

The Randy Report: Where do same-sex married couples live?

Homorazzi: Where do these hunky Insta-Studs come from? (Hint: Spain)


NY1: Cynthia Nixon -- who can't even communicate what her sexuality is -- now wants to run the state of New York

UnPresidented: Sexism at the Oscars, and bigotry in the Women's March

Washington Blade: If this "gay Republican" phenomenon won't end now, when will it?

The Village Voice: Remembering the trailblazing Village Voice columnist Cynthia Heimel (1947-2018), whose extraordinary life had several volumes' worth of events, people, and locations

Towleroad: Dad makes his gay son a shocking Grindr offer in new clip from "Love, Simon"

OMG Blog: German actor Joachim Foerster lets it all hang out in the short film "Mein Bester Freud"


Hot Cat of the Day: Harvey has great eye-paw coordination, but little interest in watching tennis on television ...

4 comments:

JimmyD said...

The Gay Curmudgeon says, "Scissor Sisters didn’t make much of a mark in the U.S., but their self-titled debut album was the U.K.’s bestselling album of 2004. I was only familiar with their music because I used to listen to an internet radio station based in London."
Seriously? When their self-titled album hit in the summer of 2004... They were EVERYWHERE!

Kenneth M. Walsh said...

@JimmyD: I barely know who they are -- and only because Jake poses half-naked.

JimmyD said...

Maybe they were bigger in SF than NY?

jaragon said...

The army dudes were cute

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