81 posts categorized "ENGLAND"

May 17 2015
Need To Know: Animal Magnetism + Just Plane Wrong + Wicked Hot + Off-PITCH + Ruff Spot + MORE! Comments (0)

*widget boy cultureABOVE: Plugging her homeless LGBT charity, Miley duets with Ariana Grande: SO GOOD.

*widget boy cultureDid a security researcher briefly hijack a plane via the entertainment system?

*widget boy cultureWicked Gay Blog's hottest posts ever!

*widget boy culturePitch Perfect 2 sucks pretty bad, but it's a huge hit.

*widget boy cultureFairuza Balks at The Craft remake.

*widget boy cultureStars dazzle at Vienna's Life Ball for AIDS.

*widget boy cultureMadonna's pink-hair selfie is Instagram gold.

*widget boy culturePhilip Seymour Hoffman's partner speaks out on losing him.

*widget boy cultureI LOVE COCKNEY: RuPaul's Drag Race spreads to England!

*widget boy culturePrince Harry's virgin Instagram post.

*widget boy cultureJohnny Depp's dogs get to live.

*widget boy cultureA walk down Fisher Price memory lane.

 
May 02 2015
Need To Know: I Know Nothink! + Age-Old Problem + Pit Stop + Killer Ending + MORE! Comments (0)

 

*widget boy cultureChristie damn well knew. Allegedly. Probably. Duh.

*widget boy cultureRight-wing writer for WSJ mocks outrage against Reisner & Weiderpass, on cue.

*widget boy cultureHow-Old.net may give false hope.

*widget boy cultureGay/straight prom dates rake in $10K from Ellen.

*widget boy cultureWilliam & Kate welcome baby girl, Her Royal Highness Princess ...?

*widget boy cultureMiley dyed her hair. No, not that hair. That hair.

*widget boy cultureGay conservative sells out gay marriage in Ireland.

*widget boy cultureWAY LESS THAN ZERO: Robert Downey Jr. attacks indie cinema.

*widget boy cultureNepal earthquake so powerful it shortened Mount Everest.

*widget boy cultureWhy Bruce Jenner is getting his ass sued.

*widget boy cultureTASMANIAN DEVILS: “Religious freedom” law trumps right to education.

*widget boy culturePorn actor Rylan Knox commits suicide. (Work Unfriendly)

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Feb 12 2015
Brit Girl Comments (0)

Madonna

Madonna's first Brit Awards performance in over 20 years will be viewable in the US on Fuse on February 25. PS: Morrissey, the xenophobic crank, isn't happy about it.

Head over to MadonnaTribe for all the final album covers for the various versions of Rebel Heart.

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Feb 04 2015
Need To Know: How To Get Away With Spring Outfits + Schocking Truth + MAGIC MIKE XXL Struts Its Stuff + IMITATION Insincerest Form? + MORE! Comments (0)

FALAHEEJackin'

*widget boy cultureHow to Get Away With Murder's Jack Falahee covers Out.

*widget boy cultureNot-gay Rep. Aaron Schock (R-Illinois) looooves Downton Abbey.

*widget boy culture21st annual Vanity Fair Hollywood Issue cover is here!

*widget boy cultureJeremy Renner outed as a gun nut.

*widget boy cultureShocking images of plane as it's crashing.

*widget boy cultureMagic Mike XXL teaser trailer after the jump below...

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*widget boy cultureDid you find The Imitation Game cowardly and timid?

*widget boy cultureVivica A. Fox hates Kenya Williams. A lot.

*widget boy cultureNew sexy book by Maurice Heerdink.

Maurice-HeerdinkHow's it hangin'?

*widget boy cultureAmerican Sniper is dangerous propaganda...says an American sniper.

*widget boy cultureEven Gwen Stefani knows her marriage lasting has been miraculous.

*widget boy cultureThis seems like a good use of your money.

*widget boy cultureThe right wing is anti-vaccination and also against clean hands.

Tumblr_nj70ztTMUF1tin2txo10_r1_500You've got 25 songs to choose from, pigs.

*widget boy cultureCool set of gifs for all of Madonna's new songs.

*widget boy culture“We have waited 10 years for new Madonna music...”

*widget boy cultureDifferent versions, covers for Rebel Heart.

*widget boy cultureA review of Britney Spears's new, um, blow dryer...after the jump...

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Jan 26 2015
Well, Pardon Them For Living Comments (0)

Alan-Turing

Alan Turning was posthumously pardoned, why not the 49,000 other gay men punished under an inhumane law? Please sign this important petition.

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Jan 18 2015
Full Out: Being Openly Gay In The Military Comments (0)

A member of British Armed Forces recounts what it's been like for him being completely out as a gay man. It's so fascinating to read, recalling that not long ago, one couldn't be gay in the U.S. military and that it was such a polarizing and politically fraught struggle.

 
Dec 14 2014
Fat Chance: Obese Man Who Won Mr. Gay UK Now Wins Apologies Comments (0)

Stavros, an obese man with a dream of entertaining on the stage, entered and won Mr. Gay UK, only to later be disqualified on a technicality—he couldn't fit into the size S or size M sponsoring underwear.

Now, Boyz Magazine, which covered the event but which didn't make the offending decision, has apologized to him, as has the Mr. Gay UK organization. Mr. Gay UK claims the decision to disqualify Stavros happened locally during the London competition.

Basically, nobody will say exactly who decided that Stavros—who won fair and square—was too much of a joke to actually take the prize.

Took two years, but he's at least being acknowledged now. 

 
Nov 28 2014
IMITATION Of Life: A Review Of THE IMITATION GAME Comments (0)

Imitation-Game

BOY CULTURE RATING: *** out of ****

Though it's long overdue, Alan Turing (1912—1954)—the genius who led a group that cracked the code of the Nazis' Enigma machine and helped win WWII for the Allies—is being toasted as a hero. CumberbatchThe father of the modern computer received a posthumous pardon in 2013 and is the subject of a major motion picture, The Imitation Game, which documents his unique mind and the mistreatment (he was prosecuted for being gay and chemically castrated) that led to his suicide at age 41.

The film is a respectful, if simplified, treatment of Turing's life, which was also the subject of a 2012 documentary called Codebreaker. In it, Benedict Cumberbatch turns in a beautifully modulated performance as the socially stunted Turing, with Keira Knightley as Joan Clarke, an adventurous woman whose mind Turing respected even though his sexual orientation precluded the romance she desired. They nearly married, Turing was so fond of her—but he cared too deeply for her to allow her to enter into a sexless union.

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