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  • Classic Elaine Stritch on David Letterman

    Classic Elaine Stritch on David Letterman Stop everything you're doing and watch this early skit from the David Letterman show with the fab (and now sadly gone-too-soon) Elaine Stritch.I have no idea when this was - looks to be in late 80s or early 90s?This is classic Stritch.  I literally laughed out loud.(via my "anonymous" Randy Report reader)

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  • American Quakers Are Running An 'Underground Railroad' To Help LGBT Ugandans Flee

    A group of American Quakers are operating what they call a “new underground railroad” to help a few LGBT Ugandans flee their country, where a recent law imposes harsh penalties for homosexuality.

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  • Headline Of The Day

    Headline Of The Day Via CBS News:Police say an Indiana woman took the phrase literally on July 11th, when she took her hands off the steering wheel as she was driving. The Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette reports 25-year-old Prionda Hill told authorities she let go of the wheel because “God told her he would take it from here.” Unfortunately for Anthony Olivery, her car veered off the road and slammed into his motorcycle, throwing him to the ground. Then the car ran over him. “When I looked at that bumper and looked at that tire, I told myself, today is the day you die,” he told the paper. The accident broke all of Olivery’s ribs on his left side, cut his spleen, bruised his kidney[…]

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  • Tom Daley Pumps Iron Half-Naked And Soaking Wet In Brand New 2015 Calendar

    The world rejoices today as celebrated Olympic diver Tom Daley reveals the images included in his official, newly-launched 2015 calendar, which is very obviously his hottest and most erotic yet. Though Tom has posed for his own sexy calendars in the past, this will be his first official calendar release as an out gay man. […]

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  • Lila Shaprio, Gay Voices Reporter, Wins Sarah Pettit Memorial LGBT Journalist Of The Year Award

    We're celebrating!Reporter Lila Shapiro, who has served as the Gay Voices reporter for two and a half years, has, for the second year in a row, been namedthe Sarah Pettit Memorial LGBT Journalist of the Year award winner by the National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association (NLGJA), "a national organization of journalists, media professionals, educators and students working from within the news industry to foster fair and accurate coverage of LGBT issues." One of the judges from NLGJA noted, "This is a beautifully executed body of work. In the case of the conversion therapy and the gay bar stories, this contestant shows us how social and governmental power brokers work to undermine our community.”NLGJA's Excellence in Journalism Awards were introduced[…]

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  • Thank You, Vivian

    So any regular reader of the Diary knows Vivian and I have a complicated relationship. She brings so much happiness to Jeff, and I love Jeff with all my heart, so by default I love Vivian. However Vivian the character is a completely different story. She is something that at times can bring me great joy and at other times tons of aggravation. Now to be fair this aggravation doesn't stem 100 percent from Vivian's spending and time commitment, some of it is tied to world of drag and all of the ins and outs on how to maneuver one's journey through that world. I can not tell you how many times Vivian and I have had the conversation if[…]

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  • Dear Progressives, We're Not Doing It Right

    Dear Progressives, We're Not Doing It Right When I was a kid, I fell in love with musicals. All the other boys could quote baseball player stats and football scores all day long, but it wasn't my thing. I, on the other hand, reveled in discovering the breadth of Patti LuPone's career or learning every lyric from Weird Romance, an Off-Broadway flop from 1992 featuring some amazing performances. This was the little world I owned -- no one knew more about it than I did. In high school and college, I started discovering other people who had the same thrill over hearing the name "Chita Rivera" as I did. Finally I was discovering my community. People who were unabashedly obsessed with Broadway became the folks I could[…]

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  • Catholic Leader Cracks Gay Conspiracy Wide Open With New Documentary

    Austin Ruse is president of C-FAM (Catholic Family & Human Rights Institute), a “New York and Washington DC-based research institute focusing on international legal and social policy” (two of their four core values are “professionalism” and “truth telling,” so you know they’re legit), and he’s written a truly excellent piece on a new “pray the […]

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  • Saudi Man's 'Gay' Tweets Earn 450 Lashes, Jail Time

    A Saudi man, age 24, will be flogged 450 times for allegedly being gay and tweeting about it. He will also be imprisoned for three years.read more

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  • What You Need To Know About The Condom Designed To Kill HIV

    A groundbreaking new condom that uses an antiviral gel as added protection against HIV, herpes and HPV may soon hit the shelves in Australia. But some experts are wary of the effectiveness of VivaGel, the lube that makes the condom so potent against viral sexually transmitted infections. The VivaGel condom, made by pharmaceutical company Starpharma, is the only condom of its kind to incorporate the antiviral compound, asodrimer sodium, in its lubricant. Lab tests show that it can "inactivate" up to 99.9 percent of HIV, herpes (HSV) and HPV, according to the company's press release.But Dr. Anna-Barbara Moscicki, a pediatrics professor at University of California, San Francisco and an HPV expert, advises caution. She researched VivaGel as an intravaginal cream[…]

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  • Like A Surgeon: Is There A DR. MADONNA In The House?

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  • WATCH: Kicked Out for Being Trans, Teen Explains How He Survived

    Viewers get a rare glimpse into the daily struggles and resilience of a youth turned out of his home at age 15 for being transgender.read more

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  • TRAILER: Fifty Shades Of Grey

    Via Rolling Stone: The first trailer for Fifty Shades of Grey has arrived in all its scintillating, hyper-sexualized glory. Though if you're hoping for a montage of steamy footage from the boudoir and/or BDSM dungeon, you'll have to settle for a fleeting few snippets at the end. Still it's got plenty of exposition, if that's what you're into. The trailer, which premiered on Today, opens with the demure Anastasia Steele's first encounter with the high-profile business magnate Christian Grey. Set to Beyoncé's slower, gothic new version of "Crazy in Love," the clip tracks the couple's burgeoning love affair as Grey (Jamie Dornan) alternately seduces Steele (Dakota Johnson) with his mysterious charms and lavish lifestyle, and tells her "You should steer[…]

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  • IOWA: Newspaper Editor Sues After Being Fired For Using The Word "Gaystapo"

    IOWA: Newspaper Editor Sues After Being Fired For Using The Word "Gaystapo" An Iowa newspaper editor is suing on the grounds of religious discrimination after being fired for using the word "gaystapo" on his personal blog. Via the Des Moines Register: Bob Eschliman, former editor of the Newton Daily News, filed a complaint this week with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission office in Milwaukee arguing that he was terminated May 5 because of his religious beliefs. If the dispute isn't resolved to Eschliman's satisfaction, he could sue in federal court to seek financial damages. In late April, Eschliman, 41, a member of Christian Reformed Church of Newton, wrote a personal blog post criticizing the "Queen James Bible," a website that rewrites the Christian Bible to be friendlier to gays. Eschliman accused[…]

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  • Does Florida Really Hate Gay Marriage?

    For just one brief and shining moment, gay people in Florida were treated equally when a courageous judge in Monroe County -- Luis Garcia, the Chief Circuit Court Judge -- decided that two men (Aaron Huntsman, 44, and William Lee Jones, 43) should be able to marry whomever they please, in this case, each other. He ruled in their favor last April in the case the couple had filed against Amy Heavlin, the Monroe County Clerk of Court. Judge Garcia's opinion recognized the constitutional right to marriage and likened the denial of that right to outdated social norms that kept women from voting until 1920 and banned interracial marriage until 1967.But before their honeymoon could even begin, Florida's 37th Attorney[…]

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  • True Blood's "Jason Stackhouse" is a good person (and hot)

    True Blood's "Jason Stackhouse" is a good person (and hot) Ah, I'm really gonna miss this guy.I met Ryan Kwanten last year at the opening of Cirque du Soleil's "Michael Jackson ONE."Hubby Michael and I hung with a while and he couldn't have been nicer or more polite.Sad to see the end of "Jason Stackhouse" but certain Ryan has big things on his horizon.

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  • The Stupidity of the New York Giants Hiring Anti-Gay David Tyree

    This week the New York Giants announced the hiring of former Giant David Tyree as director of player development. I thought this report had to be some sort of sick joke. Coach Tom Coughlin described the job like this: It is the working relationship with the players to aid them in their continuing education, their development as young men.... It is there to help instruct them, make them aware of the issues and the problems that exist out in the community and the world to try to keep them focused on their job and not fall into trouble.How exactly is a homophobe -- a man who has worked tirelessly against LGBT rights, supported harmful "pray away the gay" therapy, and[…]

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  • Sober Chat: A Grindr-style Smart Phone App to Help People Stay Clean and Sober (AUDIO)

    Sober Chat: A Grindr-style Smart Phone App to Help People Stay Clean and Sober (AUDIO) In this episode of Nicholas Snow Live, I interview two of the founders of Sober Chat, the first ever "location sensitive" mobile chat application for those in recovery from addiction/alcoholism. "Location sensitive" means that the people page will be populated with people that are close by, similar to dating apps such as Scruff and Grindr. As someone with over 13 years of sobriety myself who can boldly address live audiences, either in person or on air, I find it challenging to walk across any room, let alone before or after a 12-step meeting, and say hello to one person. So I find the concept of a Sober Chat app to be quite exciting and empowering -- something that could dramatically[…]

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  • Eric Stonestreet: Gay Athletes Are 'Going To Be Considered Common' In The Future

    NEW YORK (AP) — Actor Eric Stonestreet predicts that one day, it's not going to take an act of courage for an openly gay person to play in the NFL."It's going to be considered common. It's not going to feel taboo, and people are not going to feel they need to be closeted or keep their sexuality a secret because of other people's opinions," Stonestreet told The Associated Press on Wednesday. The "Modern Family" star, who plays a gay man on the popular ABC show, said, "Times are changing and Jason Collins, Michael Sam and those guys who have come out are most definitely having an impact with society."Sam came out as gay before this year's NFL draft. He was[…]

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  • Worst Socialist President Ever

    The number of people applying for jobless benefits tumbled to the lowest level in 8 years: http://t.co/1pKhByUtkk pic.twitter.com/gKvoIAahu2— MarketWatch (@MarketWatch) July 24, 2014

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  • Children at gay pride / children at church

    Children at gay pride / children at church Source unknown.  Via George Takei's Twitter

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  • AFA Radio Host Sandy Rios: FBI Agents In Drag Are Coming To Get Christians

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  • Want Some Action?-Figures: Sexy, Beautiful, Nostalgic Madonna Dolls To Blow Your Mind

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  • EXCLUSIVE: Classic Teen Mag BOP Ceases Monthly Publication

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  • Good Crawl

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  • AB FAB's 'Dolly,' Dora Bryan, Dies @ 91

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  • Students React To Man Watching Loud Gay Porn In Library

    What happens when a man sits down in the library to watch gay porn alone, not knowing his headphones are unplugged and broadcasting the glorious sounds of gay sex to everyone nearby? Laughter, of course! This is happening in Europe. Norwegian YouTube prankster FreddyFairhair, made famous by his notorious naked cruising videos, has captured the […]

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  • Eric Stonestreet Says His 'Modern Family' Character, Cam, Is A 'Bossy, Fussy Bottom'

    Emmy Award-winning actor Eric Stonestreet dropped by HuffPost Live this week, where he sounded off on his gay "Modern Family" character, Cam Tucker. Although he is straight, Stonestreet said playing a gay role on such a high-profile TV series has garnered him admiration from male fans. "I’m a type... Jesse [Tyler Ferguson] and I call Cam a ‘bossy, fussy bottom,’" he joked. "Now, what I get is a lot of guys who come up and want to challenge my sexuality."On a more serious note, Stonestreet said that while playing Cam on "Modern Family" for five seasons didn't change the way he thought about the community, he nonetheless has "more compassion and more empathy" for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT)[…]

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  • God's Most Gifted...

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  • Janet Mock Named Contributing Editor At Marie Claire

    What a week for some of our favorite transgender icons!New York Times bestselling author Janet Mock received a big honor this week when Marie Claire named the writer as a contributing editor to their publication. The transgender inspiration will reportedly contribute to both print and online articles for Marie Claire, as well as serving as the brand ambassador.Marie Claire Editor-in-Chief Anne Fulenwider spoke highly of Mock and her work:“Janet is an incredibly smart and articulate writer. Her ideas about identity, youth culture, and society’s changing norms about beauty illuminate the ever-evolving definition of the modern woman. I look forward to adding her unique point of view to our pages.”Mock first shared her story about growing up as a transgender woman[…]

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  • Here's How 'Modern Family' Star Eric Stonestreet Really Feels About That Emmy Snub

    Piece of advice, Emmys, don't mess with Eric Stonestreet and his favorite show. The "Modern Family" star paid a visit to HuffPost Live this week to talk about last season's big finale episode and, of course, his Emmy snub. Surprisingly, it's another show's lack of nominations that had the star really upset. After tweeting out a congrats to fellow co-stars Ty Burrell, Julie Bowen and on-screen husband Jesse Tyler Ferguson when the Emmy nominations were first announced, Stonestreet also urged fans, "Don't feel snubbed for me. Feel snubbed for Ed (O'Neill) Sofia (Vergara) and THE AMERICANS!" Apparently, the FX show is a favorite of the actor, and he revealed what we were all thinking when it came to the academy's[…]

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  • Oxford Schoolboys Perform Shakira’s Biggest Hits For Charity

    The sassy lads of Oxford University’s all-male a cappella group Out of the Blue are channelling their inner queens and serving some serious hips for their latest charitable single, a mash-up of their favorite Shakira tunes. These well-educated men serve schoolboy realness in uniforms throughout the video below, save one shirtless man showing off his bare, […]

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  • Thank You, Mr. President

    President Obama on Monday signed the executive order barring anti-gay bias by federal contractors that many of us have written about and asked him for since 2008 when he first promised to do it. We need to thank him for keeping his promise and taking another step toward securing full civil and human rights for the LGBT community. We have come a long way during his presidency. This executive order is not a new initiative. What the president has done is to add sexual orientation and gender identity to a list of protected categories that were applied to federal contractors in an executive order first approved by President Lyndon Johnson in 1965. As reported in The New York Times, "He[…]

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  • Ukraine Prime Minister announces resignation

    Ukraine Prime Minister announces resignation Never a good sign in the middle of hostile engagements...

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  • Jeopardy! - Gay Slang for $800

    Queerty points up this special moment from a recent episode of the long-running game show "Jeopardy!"I'm guessing the term "throwing shade" must be incredibly passé if it's appeared on Jeopardy!?Coming soon to the game show -"Fierce!"

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  • Trailer: "Fifty Shades of Grey"

    Trailer: "Fifty Shades of Grey" Via press release:Fifty Shades of Grey is the hotly anticipated film adaptation of the bestselling book that has become a global phenomenon. Since its release, the “Fifty Shades” trilogy has been translated into 51 languages worldwide and sold more than 100 million copies in e-book and print—making it one of the biggest and fastest-selling book series ever. Currently scheduled for a Valentine's Day 2015 release.I have to say, Jamie Dornan is a handsome guy.I could look at him for a few minutes.Will the movie live up to the hype of the book (which I never read)?

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  • GOP: Obama Attends Fundraisers Instead Of Attending To International Crises

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  • Police Searching For Underwear Bandits Who Stripped During Restaurant Heist

    Police in South Florida are searching for a roving band of underwear-clad thieves who stripped naked during their early morning heist of a local burger joint Sunday. According to WFLA, three men wearing only their tighty whities were captured on security cameras inside Doc’s Beach House in Bonita Springs around 3 a.m., rummaging through the kitchen […]

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  • Buzzfeed Reporter Chris Geidner Named NGLJA's Journalist Of The Year

    Buzzfeed Reporter Chris Geidner Named NGLJA's Journalist Of The Year The National Gay & Lesbian Journalists Association has named Buzzfeed reporter Chris Geidner its 2014 Journalist Of The Year. Via Politico: Geidner, the site's legal editor, has turned LGBT issues into a full-time beat at BuzzFeed, and wrote several features on the history of the marriage equality movement, including profiles of Edith Windsor and Mary Bonauto. "We're so proud of this well-deserved recognition for Chris's work, and of the blend of hardcore beat reporting and high-altitude features that showed how marriage could and should be a frontline beat and one of the most important stories of the decade," Ben Smith, BuzzFeed's editor in chief, said.We send our hearty congratulations to Chris, whose work is excerpted here on JMG at least[…]

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  • Hanky Zankie

    Check out how Zach gets Frankie's attention in this viral Vine...

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