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Scorching-hot Charlie Williams joins final month of SILENCE!: The Musical.
Brooke Cerda among Legacy of Pride award honorees: Tix.
Gay Americans: "It got better."
Amanda Bynes crazily claims her crazy behavior is an act.
Cheyenne Jackson croons "Don't Look at Me."
Madonna's first album, 30 years later.
Champion, the opera based on gay boxer Emile Griffiths.
European Parliament condemns Russia's anti-gay law.
Call Me Kuchu, about gay Ugandan activist, opens in NYC.
Will the Supremes give the gays a "bronze-medal win"?
Pope Francis "wades diplomatically into gay marriage debate."
Grigor Dimitrov gets balled.
NOW QUEER THIS: The New Sound of Gay Pride by rdio.
Participating in a recent forum on how to effectively market at-home HIV testing, I got a $200 gift card. Not wanting to spend it on a hustler, I instead gave $150 of that to The Daily Show co-creator Lizz Winstead's Planned Parenthood, I Am Here for You fundraiser that happened here in NYC last night—and it was not only a good investment but also a good investment.
I showed up at 6:30PM at the Gramercy for the VIP reception to find a handful of non-famous women spiked with the evening's famous females—Winstead, Salon editor Joan Walsh, Sandra Bernhard and Lisa Lampanelli. I was the only dude for the longest time in a room filled with women and several womyn.
Talking to a few attendees about the art of the photo op, I figured out we were supposed to meet and greet the stars on our own—there was no formal line happening. This makes it a bit awkward because you don't really want to shoehorn yourself between Winstead and Bernhard when they're engrossed in a conversation about their bodies/their selves. Especially when you're announcing that you blog at something called Boy Culture.
But it was totally fine and the women were absolutely gracious and eager to pose for photos and chat. Winstead is the ultimate feminist to me—unswerving on principle, unbothered by political correctness, utterly hilarious. She was in boots and a dress that looked macramaed from a distance. She reminds me of Laurie Metcalf and Barrie Longfellow.