After the jump, check out original, rare trailers for 1953's I Changed My Sex (aka Glen or Glenda), Paris Is Burning (1990) and Queens at Heart (1967)...
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Are you turned on by sexy brothers?
Hack Roger Friedman gu$he$ over Lady “Ella Fitzgerald” Gaga.
So her 12yo's baby-beard stimulates her nip while he feeds. Nothing to see here.
Mary Martin...Jean Arthur...Sandy Duncan...Allison Williams???
Katy Perry talks about her friendship with Madonna.
House moves forward with Obama lawsuit.
If gay blood is dirty, wouldn't the screening process find out anyway?
Madonna's Erotica producer Shep Pettibone isn't thrilled about Miley Cyrus rumors.
PRANKS A LOT: Straight guys audition for a gay reality show.
So what if I would like to see Mommie Dearest in a cemetery? #nohomo
DMX screams like a girl on amusement park ride.
Lotta gay people in this pic of Colton Haynes.
Lay off, some of his best friends are gay!!!
Lucian's remix of “Am I Wrong” by Nico & Vinz.
Oh, good: Justin Bieber and Orlando Bloom are fighting.
Check out the annual walk for Valley Fever awareness.
93yo war hero (now heroine) Robina Asti wins huge transgender-rights victory.
BOY CULTURE REVIEW: ***1/2 out of ****
John “The Dog” Wojtowicz never had any regrets, but he seems to have created quite a few on the path of his life, which began in 1945, peaked when he robbed a bank to pay for his lover's sex-change operation in 1972 and ended in 2006.
The Dog's bank robbery inspired the critically acclaimed film Dog Day Afternoon (1975) starring Al Pacino, and now has inspired another film, his personality apparently having been too big for just the one. (In fact, this is the third documentary on his life.)
In the affectionately sympathetic new documentary The Dog, directed (from 2002 until recently—making it almost like the Boyhood of gay stick-up men) by Allison Berg and Frank Keraudren, Wojtowicz lives on via his larger-than-life, bigger-than-the-big-screen ego, captured in multiple interviews. He is rendered in ways both charming and unsettling. To the film's credit, as much as it roots for the guy, it doesn't shy away from his darkness.
Justin Root interviews RuPaul, addresses crow's feet issue.
Jessica Simpson says she's now Jessica Johnson.
JOCKSTRAPPED FOR CASH: Universal Gear in Chelsea, NYC, closing.
Daniel Radcliffe's Horns gets a trailer. Have a look.
Dems slightly ahead in CO & MI Senate races.
Britain's Got Talent winner Jamie Lambert comes out.
UTAH THIS COMING A MILE AWAY: 2 ex-Attorneys General arrested.
Cameron Diaz pukey at the thought of tapping Drew Barrymore.
Teabaggers align with Joan Rivers in insulting Mrs. Obama.
LeAnn Rimes (of all people) wants you to Dance Like You Don't Give a...!
Soccer deep throater. (Work Unfriendly)
Ex-gay Pastor Duane Youngblood (the name!) accused of molesting a boy.
This kid's celebrity selfie destroys all of yours.
Brody Jenner in hot water over selective wedding attendance.
CRY ME A RIVER: Public hates Boehner's idea of suing President Obama.
NY Post writer defends (!) Madonna's “wild love life.”
Weird Al Yankovic transforms “Happy” into “Tacky”, enlists comic support.
In a pretty shocking move, Marvel has commissioned and is releasing a whole new take on its popular “Thor” character—and in this new comic, written by Jason Aaron with art by Russell Dauterman, Thor is a woman.
“This is not She-Thor. This is not Lady Thor. This is not Thorita. This is THOR. This is the THOR of the Marvel Universe. But it’s unlike any Thor we’ve ever seen before.”
The first installment drops this fall.
Ian Thorpe on Australian TV: “I'm not straight.” Also apparently a gay virgin.
Before you ask who cares if Thorpe is gay...read this.
Tracy Morgan suing Walmart.
Rafael Nadal on the beach. Yes, please.
David McIntosh has some damn hot legs on him.
Where the Bears Are's Season 3 official traileRRR.
Laverne Cox in John Legend's new video.
Demi Lovato in HRC video for marriage equality.
Celebrating the career of Broadway, TV & movie actress Penny Fuller.
Think twice before using Propecia. (If nothing else, it definitely softens the wood.)
Republicans pine for more Romney, whom I'm convinced will run in '16.
Christopher Walken is “Hook” in NBC's live Peter Pan.
This bitch better step off of Michael Sam. He should not become ex-gay.
BRIDGE TO NOWHERE: Chris Christie carries on against marriage equality.
Actor Christian Monassa is sweet in the booty. (Work Unfriendly)
Laverne Cox is a cover girl for The Advocate (August/September 2014), and has a fabulous cover line emblazoned across her chest: THE MAKING OF AN ICON.
In the interview, she says:
“If I’m going to have a public platform, I want to use it not just to elevate myself but to elevate issues that are important to me. I know a lot of people would rather not have me be the face of this thing...but what’s exciting about what’s happening now, culturally, is that there are so many more trans folks coming forward and saying, 'This is who I am, this is my story, I will not be silent anymore, I will not be in hiding anymore,’ and that’s when a movement really happens, right?”
Click here to hear her speak about landing the cover of Time (before The Advocate!). After the jump, one of my (brief) meetings with Cox...