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Nov 30 2010
Gay Tidings She Brings Comments (4)

My friend Angel Love (the queen who loves Kylie Minogue so much he's even promoting her frackin' CD in his photo op with her) was granted this special photo with Kylie as a VIP attendee of the tree-lighting ceremony tonight at Rockefeller Center. Good for him—great pic! Kylie approached him and commented positively on his "Kylie" Santa hats. I have to give it up for Kylie—she is leaving no stone unturned in her most recent attempt to break America! She's working it relentlessly, as should all eager popstars of all ages.

Also, Kylie was attacked for lip-synching during the Thanksgiving Day Parade. Seriously??? She's 100% right to be pissy about the criticism. Everyone lip-synchs for that. EVERYONE.

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Illinois's House has passed a historic civil unions bill! Now, it goes to the Senate and then to be signed into law. Awesome.

Get Over It Comments (0)

Pentagon report on the repeal of Don't Ask, Don't Tell—it wouldn't be a big deal and rumors of the predatory nature of gays is stereotypical.

A Good Hard Look Comments (33)

Thanks to everyone for sending me urges to post on Madonna's Mexican opening of her Hard Candy fitness chain. The truth is...it doesn't interest me much so I hadn't really thought about posting it. I do like the dress!

Here's some great video (thanks, Walter) from the event. The PR guy is sooo not having it! Interestingly, Madonna confirms she'll collaborate with someone secret on her new record. GaGa? It would be great, yet also wouldn't be terribly surprising. Maybe she has someone more WTF in mind.

Castmating Season Comments (6)

Wicked Gay Blog has a heavily illustrated Hawaii Five-O hot-off between Alex O'Loughlin and Scott Caan.

That's Sooo Gay Comments (7)

Disney hated Johnny Depp's performance as Captain Jack Sparrow when it first got a look at Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl; so says Depp in the upcoming issue of Vanity Fair (December 2010):

"They couldn't stand him. They just couldn't stand him. I think it was Michael Eisner, the head of Disney at the time, who was quoted as saying, 'He's ruining the movie.'..Upper-echelon Disney-ites, going, 'What's wrong with him? Is he, you know like some kind of weird simpleton? Is he drunk? By the way, is he gay?'.'..And so I actually told this woman who was the Disney-ite...'But didn't know you that all my characters are gay?' Which really made her nervous."

He wound up getting an Oscar nomination.

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Guydar: Venice Comments (2)


From Boy Culture reader Giulio comes this installment, chronicling Venice, "where young architects and students and curious people gathered for the closing of the Biennale Architecture Exhibit." Several inspiring creations on view:

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