Posts Tagged ‘Gay’

“Beverly Leslie is a homosexual”

March 30, 2010

And, not surprisingly, so is Ricky Martin… officially. I’m take this news as a chance to say “Yeah!” and bring this amazing song back into the light of day:

Confession: Ricky’s album sleeve led to many of my fantasies back in the day. Oh Ricky.


Must Read | ‘Confessions of A Go-Go Boy’

February 28, 2010

I came across these blog posts through Posted mid year in 2009, ‘Confessions of a Go-Go Boy’ is a 5-part telling of post author MLG’s experiences as a Go-Go Boy in New York City. Very short, but very interesting… The story is a bite sized telling of what could have been a great book, but on the plus side it doesn’t take any time at all to read. So if the title interests you I suggest giving it a look see like I did, it’s a good read.

Volume 1. | Volume 2. | Volume 3. | Volume 4. | Volume 5.

Homosexuality: An Educational Cartoon.

November 5, 2009

This is a funny, yet very informative cartoon I discovered on YouTube.

Adam Lambert is gay, duh …and cool.

June 9, 2009

Well those of you that may not of heard, Adam Lambert finally mentions his sexuality post-Idol in an interview with the legendary Rolling Stone magazine. This may be a shocker for the those who lived under a rock out in the middle of nowhere, …for a long time, but Adam’s gay. Judging from the released preview it looks to be a great interview which is supposed to hit stands sometime this week. Best bit from the Rolling Stone interview:

“They put me with the cute guy. Distracting! He’s the one guy I found attractive in the whole group on the show: nice, nonchalant, pretty and totally my type — except that he has a wife. I mean he’s open-minded and liberal, but he’s definitely 100% straight.”

Aw he had a crush on Kris Allen at the beginning of the show. Didn’t we all crush on Kris, even a little? Don’t we still? I know I do. My heart’s a flutter thinking about him…

Well I’m really excited to see what these two come out with now post-Idol, esp. Kris! [insert gay loving sigh here]

Coming Soon to Your TV: ‘Prayers For Bobby’

January 21, 2009

Premiering Saturday January 24th on Lifetime is a movie based on a true story “about a 1970s religious suburban housewife and mother (Sigourney Weaver) who struggles to accept her young son Bobby (Ryan Kelley) being gay. What happens to Bobby is tragic and causes Mary to question her faith; ultimately this mom changes her views in ways that she never could have imagined.” Trailer:

Ok I know it’s a Lifetime movie but get over it! I thinks this looks too good to pass up. Also, this was filmed in Michigan this past summer. Yeah to movie production in MI, providing much need help to our economy!

Coming Soon to DVD: ‘Were The World Mine (2008)’

January 16, 2009

Ok, I’m a little sad that I just missed this in theaters but since it was a limited release my chances of it being in Michigan were severely low. So I must play the waiting game and not going crazy with anticipation before the spring/summer 2009 DVD release date. Check out the trailer below and let me know if it looks good to you. I’m extremely excited to see it, even though musicals aren’t really my typical cup of tea. I’m not gonna give you a synopsis, I let the trailer do the work. If you wanna find out more about the film, director, cast, etc., head over to the website here. The soundtrack is available too and if you want to preview it or buy it click here and I will take you to iTunes.

Gay Superhero Coming To Showtime

November 19, 2008


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Showtime is developing an hourlong series based on Perry Moore’s novel “Hero”. The focus is on Thom Creed a gay teen superhero coming to terms with his sexuality and newly discovered powers. Set in a world where caped crusaders saving the day from villans is normal, Thom sets out to join the League (a group of do-gooders set out to fight the bad guys), ending in adventure and personal discovery with a group of misfit heroes. It was such a fun read and it is really great to read about a GAY superhero for a change. The world this is set in felt, to me, similar to a Sky High / The Incredibles sort of theme, but the story its self is much more of a mature matter. This book is a must for any superhero fan out there. I recommend you (whether your gay or straight) pick this up for a good read full of twists, villans, adventure, humor, and romance. I can only hope the TV series can be as good as the book, if not better. The author is set to write for the show, backed by comic man himself Stan Lee. I look forward to seeing it and who they will cast. I ‘ll try to keep you posted.