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Straight Guys documentary wonders why so many straight guys work in gay porn. I believe basically straight men can enjoy gay sex without being gay. Do you?
The Cincinnati Zoo just shot its entire industry when it shot and killed a 17-year-old endangered gorilla when a kid fell into its caged area. Why do we need zoos?
Do NOT click here if you're offended by abs and minuscule red Speedos.
Justin Bieber grabs his junk in new underwear selfie.
The UNBELIEVABLE trailer for James Franco's lesbian-vampire take on the Tori Spelling, er, classic Mother, May I Sleep with Danger?
Johnny Depp's been accused of domestic violence, but his exes and his daughter defend him. He's pointing to estranged wife Amber Heard's incentive to lie.
Twenty-six years ago today, Madonna performed her racy “Like a Virgin” number during her Blond Ambition World Tour stop in Toronto, a performance for which she'd been threatened with jail time.
Canada.com chatted with one of the officers involved in the moment when cops and Madonna faced off over her show's alleged obscenity, captured in Truth or Dare:
Bergen, a 29-year-old Toronto constable at the time, was grappling with his own perspective on the situation.
He says the obscenity kerfuffle was led by a police detective and Crown attorney who took a strong position that Madonna's show shouldn't go on.
“What I was struggling with was how do you go to the microphone and tell everyone the show is cancelled,” Bergen says.
“My role and my position was we were not going to shut the show down.”
The confrontation was immortalized in Madonna: Truth or Dare, the singer's 1991 documentary. Looking back, he says the film didn't exactly capture the full story.
“We were portrayed as being real knobs, if you will,” he says.
“I don't think we were.”
They were just doing their job, but the guy who decided to make it an issue certainly was a knob.
Back to the future: Speaking of knobs, Madonna has issued yet another rebuke to the knobs at moribund BET who fueled contempt for her Prince tribute:
(All images in this post by Matthew Rettenmund, unless otherwise noted)
I've watched every season of RuPaul's Drag Race, I've done drag as Samantha Fox and I just co-wrote a book with none other than Alaska, so count me in when another RuPaul's Drag Race: Battle of the Seasons event hits NYC.
This past week's extravaganza was a blast! I was able to do the VIP meet-and-greet hour, where I shot all the girls—Manila Luzon, Miss Fame, Sharon Needles, Katya, Jinkx Monsoon, Violet Chachki, Adore Delano, Ginger Minj and Alaska herself—and then even managed to work my way backstage for some quality time with the low-lifes in high heels.
Backstage was a hoot. Or a hooter.
Sharon was friendly as could be, and embracing a far less Goth look, one of which Eve Arden would approve.
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UPDATE: I've received the following statement from Edwin Acuna, the artist who created the Bernie Sanders DMX video, which had many mainstream and gay blogs hopping today:
So long story short, this was a social experiment, and everyone seem to fall for it. Im a Bernie supporter but one of the main things that I set to prove is the medias ability to rewrite headlines and make everything seem twisted. The video was a joke at first, I imagined a 70 year old man walking out to a song that has a hard intro (subtract the homophobic lyrics, which is why it isn't in the video) but as i thought about it, i knew everyone would go nuts, i just want to give a major shout out to boy culture for keeping a level head about the situation. The video was faked, if you're going to support a candidate dont do it cause of a viral video, and if it sparks you're interest, let the flame burn a lot longer than just voting and walking away, we as american citizens have more power than we think, and to all those people thinking they got a 1up on Bernie….I say this…
Now that the Sanders campaign has provided info showing that the infamous clip of Sanders allegedly entering a rally to the strains of a homophobic DMX song was faked, they and their diehards are pushing the theory that it was made to tilt California to Hillary.
The primary is over a week away. Would a savvy political saboteur really ham-handedly fake this video and seriously think no one there would speak up and disclaim the music? Be logical.
The person who posted the video originally seems to be Sanders supporter Edwin Acuna, a visual artist:
His feed is pro-Bernie:
Virtually every poll has us way ahead of Trump. If you want the strongest Democrat to beat him, that's Bernie.https://t.co/PYdf5y9A2I— Bernie Sanders (@BernieSanders) May 12, 2016
His release of the video seems very deliberate, so there are exactly two possibilities: The video is real or he made it up intentionally:
(Image via Twitter)
So if he made this up, and he is pro-Bernie, does it not seem that the most likely reason he made it up is that it's a playful Bernie's so bad-ass statement? I doubt it was intended to make any comment one way or the other on the anti-gay lyrics.
But even though a Sanders supporter probably made the video, you can bet Sanders supporters will continue pretending this must have been a vast left-wing conspiracy by the Clinton campaign.