Nov 22 2014

Party All The Time

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“7/11” is evidence that Beyoncé can put out anything and people will probably love it and use it to call her brilliant. If Madonna put out this same song, the lyrical content would instead be used to call her an idiot who was way too old to be singing about partying. Beyoncé is 33, for the record, so I'm not sure at what age it will be expected of her to stop singing about alkahaul, but it's coming.

This isn't for me. The video is a lot of fun, though...

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Guydar

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Midnight Snack

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From Gay Tanks, a gallery of great-looking guys. (And girl.) If I saw a guy who looked like that wearing a tank inviting me to rim him, would any jury convict me if I tried?

 
 
Nov 21 2014

11 O'Clock Number - Tina Louise/Ginger Grant - I WANNA BE LOVED BY YOU

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She rivals Marilyn with her ultra-creamy adlibs...

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Ends Of The World

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QUEER Pressure

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Charlie Hunnam is kickin' ass on Sons of Anarchy, but gay fans remember him from Queer as Folk. In Men's Health (December 2014), he recalls how he got the gig:

“When Hunnam's first talent agency in England tried to pigeonhole him as a model, he went rogue and found an acting gig on a kids' show called Byker Grove. Then he returned to the agency and said, 'You didn't get me this job, but as a good-faith gesture, I'm going to give you the commission  But you need to start sending me out on stuff.' The agency listened. His next role was on Queer as Folk, which opened the door to Hollywood.”

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INTO THE WOODS Offers Up Some Of The Goods

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Meryl Streep sings “Stay With Me” from the forthcoming Into the Woods movie adaptation, which is in theaters on Christmas Day...

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Rising To The Top: Michael Sam Covers GQ

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Michael Sam may not be in the NFL anymore, but he still rates as one of GQ's Men of the Year, posing for Peggy Sirota for the cover.

He says he wants to be a distraction based on his performance in sports, but knocks those who focus on his sexual orientation as being somehow other, saying of them, “Gotta keep bringing up the locker-room situation because he’s gay.”

Sam goes on to tell Andrew Corsello that his coming out story might have been different had he felt he had more of a choice:

“If I had it my way, I never would have done it the way I did, never would have told it the way I did. But the recruiters knew, and reporters knew, and they talked to each other, and it got out. If I didn’t have the year I did, nobody would have cared. But I have no regrets. Some people can argue that I had the potential to go higher in the draft. But I think everything happens for a reason. It looks good to see me in the position I’m in now, because I can show the world how good I am and rise up the ranks. I’m at the bottom now. I can rise up, show I’m a football player. Not anything else. Just a football player.”

He also talks about his troubled childhood:

“Only a handful of people really know how I was raised. Certain family members weren’t…there. They were ghosts. My brothers were the ones who were there. Most of the time, that was scary. I tried to stay away as much as possible. We called the cops on my brothers so many times I can’t even count. Not only for hurting me. They’d abuse my sisters. Verbally abuse my mom. My brothers were evil people. I don’t have a relationship with them now. They’ve both written me letters from prison. For them to dare to call themselves my brothers—I can’t live with that.”

This issue of GQ hits newsstands November 25.