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Jul 29 2016
6-PACK — Harvey Milk's Ship Is Coming In + IDOL's Same-Sex Dalliances + Gay Traitor + Hot Legs + Boxcutter Gay Threats In NYC + Sarah McBride's Big First! Comments (0)

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*widget boy cultureGay hero Harvey Milk will have a Navy ship named after him!

*widget boy cultureAustralian Idol host talks about kissing guys.

*widget boy cultureGay traitor Milo Yiannapoulos reveals the full depth of his shallowness.

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*widget boy cultureThis guy's legs are wicked-hot!

*widget boy culture2 gay men threatened with boxcutter in NYC.

*widget boy cultureSarah McBride becomes 1st trans person to address a national political convention:

 
Jul 27 2016
6-PACK — Andy Murray Fitness + Foster The People: Hinckley Freed + Bernie Voters Migrating To Hillary + Banks Spoofs Trump + O'Reilly Says Slaves WELL-FED + Trump Won't Release Taxes! Comments (0)

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*widget boy cultureIf I buy a mag to look like Andy Murray, it better not say, “Be born to his parents!” inside.

*widget boy cultureReagan's would-be assassin Hinckley gains freedom during DNC week. Swear there's no connection.

*widget boy cultureMost Bernie voters will become Hillary voters, enthusiastically or not.

*widget boy cultureElizabeth Banks hilariously spoofs Donald Trump's narcissistic RNC entrance.

*widget boy cultureO'Reilly says slaves who built White House were “well-fed and had decent lodgings provided by the government.”

*widget boy cultureThe final word on Donald Trump's taxes: He will not release them. Period. Should be disqualifying. 

 
Where Everybody Knows You're Gay Comments (0)

You'll never hear the Cheers theme song quite the same way after hearing this version!

The artist, k anderson, wisely left out the largely unknown original lyric about your husband wanting to be a girl.

 
Jul 23 2016
6-PACK — Ted Cruz Was Right (-Wing) + Trump Buries The Hatchet In Cruz + Munich Terror Slayings + Ginger Guy + Principally Homophobic + Rihanna To Get Stabbed, Stabbed, Stabbed, Stabbed, Stabbed! Comments (0)

*widget boy cultureHillary praises Ted Cruz's refusal to endorse Donald Trump: 

*widget boy cultureTrump gets what he thinks is revenge against Cruz by perpetuating myth that Cruz's dad helped kill JFK. No, really.

*widget boy cultureLone terrorist in Munich goes on rampage in mall, kills nine, self.

*widget boy cultureNaked came the ginger. (Work Unfriendly) 

*widget boy cultureFlorida principal of secular school announces on social media he thinks gays should be put to death.

*widget boy cultureRihanna will recreate the role originated by Janet Leigh in the upcoming season of Bates Motel.

 

 
Jul 20 2016
Dance Fever Comments (0)

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Um, this looks like it was a whole lotta fun: The 1979 Disco Dance World Finals ...

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Jul 18 2016
6-PACK — Honoring Orlando + Kimye/Swift Feud Goes Nuclear + Trump Implies Obama's Secretly Okay With Cop-Killing + Journey Sucks + Animated Gay 'Rents + Dahmer Doll! Comments (0)

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*widget boy cultureDirector Matthew Richardson pays tribute to the Orlando victims and LGBT freedom in moving dance video.

*widget boy cultureIs Kim Kardashian Taylor Swift-boating Miss Perfect over barely-Top-40 “Famous” brouhaha? Taylor hotly denies claim she's a liar.

*widget boy cultureTrump tries to imply that President Obama's body language suggests he isn't anti-police murder. Seriously.

*widget boy cultureList of musical acts dead to me grows: Et tu, Journey?

*widget boy cultureNickelodeon will introduce a gay couple in a new animated show.

*widget boy cultureAdorable Ross Lynch will play deplorable Jeffrey Dahmer.

CreditJoeMagnaniMe with Ross (Image by Joe Magnani)

 
Jul 17 2016
Gena Rowlands On A WOMAN UNDER THE INFLUENCE Comments (0)

Screen Shot 2016-07-17 at 12.28.04 AMRowlands answers my question about working with kids. (Image by Matthew Rettenmund)

I was privileged to attend a screening of A Woman Under the Influence (1974) at Metrograph, NYC's fantastic new Lower East Side theater that shows classics and quirky non-classics, after which star Gena Rowlands appeared to answer questions about her greatest role.

Rowlands, 86, won a Golden Globe and was nominated for an Oscar for her incredible performance in the film, in which she plays a mentally unstable wife and mother whose husband (Peter Falk) is touchingly in love with her quirks and disturbingly unprepared to handle them. The cast is rounded out by non-actors (her real mom, who lived to be 95, played her character's hapless mother in the film) who somehow hold their own against Rowlands' tour-de-force portrayal.

The crowd was young, period. I felt like the missing link between Gena's generation and the one seated around me. A nearby restaurant was so hipster it was a self-parody, offering organic eats and featuring a chef in a Bernie T-shirt. When I ordered a Diet Coke, the pale young bearded fellow acting as my server informed me sweetly that he didn't have soft drinks but had a variety of homemade beverages. It was a safe space for your tummy.

Kidding aside, with all the negative impressions of millennials, it was nice to encounter a slew of them with a healthy appreciation for something that came before. The kid next to me informed me he hadn't seen the film in five years, suggesting a rich arthouse catalogue bubbling in his head, and the questions people asked were, to a one, intelligent and unembarrassing. I've never been to a Q&A like this at which at least one or two mortifyingly inappropriate, self-involved, non-question questions aren't asked.

Check out Metrograph.

I captured the Q&A, an edited version of which appears after the jump. In it, Rowlands speaks about the film—which she's only ever seen one time—as well as about her late husband John Cassavettes's artistic approach. My question involved her incredible bond with her character's kids in the film, which also led her to talk a bit about her second most famous role, in Gloria (1980) ...

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Jul 14 2016
Historians On Why Trump's Candidacy Is Abhorrent Comments (0)
 


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