Lenar Whitney, a Louisiana Palin-drone trying to win a seat in Congress, has been branded “the most frightening candidate” Cook has met in the past seven years. The interviewer for Cook reported being unnerved by the woman, who apparently fled the room during their meeting and who could not explain why she thought global warming was a hoax.
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Movie-makeup maestro Dick Smith—famous for The Godfather (1972) and The Exorcist (1973)—has died at the age of 92.
Since fans of Stephen Sondheim's Into the Woods have been terrified at rumors that the film version was being sweetened for a mainstream audience, why on earth would the first trailer released seek to further freak them out by offering no singing? Odd.
And don't tell me you don't care because Meryl Streep can do no wrong. I saw Mamma Mia. It happens...
I spent last weekend in Vegas, which was not good. I am really into slot machines, and I often win...but then can not walk away. For example, I was up by $300 after boldly trying a $20/per Wheel of Fortune game and getting to spin the wheel on my first try, then promptly lost all of that and much, much, much more. (One little, normal, not-very-rich-looking guy who said hi to me on Grindr was down $3,000!)
But I went for the pleasures of the flesh, not for the coin: I was invited to cover the opening of The Adonis Lounge in Sin City. The (in)famous male-for-male strip club, which is feeding boners in L.A. and in New York already, opened at Share, a perfect venue for cross...er...breeding.
It was a hot night (over 100 degrees), one that drew lots and lots of locals and tourists eager to try throwing their money at some three-legged bandits.
Are you turned on by sexy brothers?
Hack Roger Friedman gu$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.
Five NYC guys you might like to get to know better, but you'll just have to settle for worshiping them from afar. More guys here!
Ken Bek in his black briefs is perfection. More of him here. (Work Unfriendly)
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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.
Hilary Duff's comeback single “Chasing the Sun” is a pleasant summer song. It sounds a lot like Sheryl Crow, but big fans of Hilary's kid-pop might recognize, as I did, that the background melody is very reminiscent of her single “I Can't Wait”'s infectious bum-bum-bum refrain (1:00):
When Hilary was a kid and I first started working with her, I remember telling her and her mom she was a dead ringer for Kylie Minogue. I think she only looks more and more like her over time.
Video to come...
Kliff Kingsbury goes shirtless (finally)!
Paramount's tasteless Ninja Turtles poster.
Ex-ex-gay calls out ex-gays as untrustworthy and uncured.
Max Emerson nakedly humps couch for Joe Lally. Typo forgiven.
Watch Kyle Kingsbury go out in a butt-blaze of glory:
Two top Ebola docs die during latest Africa outbreak.
Perversely funny baby prank.
Shameless locker-room show-off.
Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett croon “Anything Goes”.
Ground-breaking Asian-American actor James Shigeta dies at 81.