Nov 29 2021

Tennis Hotness + African Gay Rights Affirmed + Jack Dorsey Stepping Down As Twitter CEO + MORE! — 6-PACK

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ABOVE: The luscious Yuval Sliper.

BELOW: Keep reading for hotness in motion, Twitter's big announcement, progress for gay rights in Africa and more...

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COMING OUT COLTON Coming Out Friday: The Official Trailer

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Coming-out-colton-underwood-bachelor-gay-boyculture“I've never had an emotional connection with a man.” (Image via Netflix)

The emotional new trailer for the Netflix limited series Coming Out Colton is here. It is likely to be a hate-watch in some gay homes, but definitely doesn't come off as obnoxiously as some thought it would ...

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Nov 28 2021

NYT Remembers Wakefield Poole + Michael Flynn Turns On QAnon + Raven Kisses And Makes Up + MORE! — 6-PACK

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ABOVE: Are you ready for Ed Harris? Are you even deserving?

BELOW: Keep reading for a take on the late Wakefield Poole, Michael Flynn turns on QAnon, Raven attempts to makeup with us and more ...

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On The Basis Of Sex ... And Race: A Review Of MY NAME IS PAULI MURRAY

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Pauli Murray is a person who needs some introduction ... but shouldn't.

In Julie Cohen and Betsy West's riveting documentary My Name Is Pauli Murray, a case is convincingly made for considering Murray to be a monumental part of American history, an RBG before RBG (acknowledged in the film by the late SCOTUS justice as such) and an MLK Jr. before MLK Jr. It arrives fortuitously at at time when the American right would like to ban so-called critical race theory as a way of stopping all conversation about America's racist past and present, which is a genius way to ensure a racist future.

Born in 1910, Murray in 1940 — again, before Rosa Parks — challenged the white supremacist seating rules on Virginia buses, and became a passionate letter-writer and essayist decrying the injustices faced by Black Americans and women both. This led to a penpal relationship with like-minded Eleanor Roosevelt, though Roosevelt's position of power afforded her the luxury of having the opinion that while change was good, it was not to be rushed.

Pauli wanted to rush it.

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Nov 27 2021

They Do! They Did! They Continue To Do So!

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I missed this when it happened in September, but someone put an 8MM home movie shot on Fire Island in the '60s or early '70s up for sale. The special thing about it — other than plenty of Speedos — is it contained a depiction of a (mock) gay wedding.

Vintage-gay-beach-boycultureBeached tail ...

Pretty fascinating! I hope whoever won it shares it in some way, perhaps in an archive.

Original auction here.


The Scramble To Contain Omicron + A Case Of Rape + COMPANY Dedicated To Sondheim + Barry Humphries, Tiffany, Bruce Lee & MORE! — 12-PACK

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ABOVE: Tight fit, tight fit, got to find me the right fit.

Tom-steele-falcon-gay-boycultureBonus white meat from here. (Image via Falcon)

BELOW: Keep reading for Omicron, Boebert's Islamophobic gaffe, a tribute to Sondheim by Company and more ...

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Nov 26 2021

Broadway Great Stephen Sondheim Dies @ 91

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Boyculture-sondheim-stephen-signed-newsweek-magazine-1973-353328A music man for the ages (Image via Newsweek)

The saddest news for the theater community after such a dismal year and a half: Broadway legend Stephen Sondheim has died at 91.

The New York Times reports his death was considered sudden, in that he was in good health and had celebrated Thanksgiving with friends uneventfully on Thursday.

On November 14, Sondheim had shown up to a performance of a revival of his Assassins in NYC. The following evening, Sondheim made a surprise in-person appearance at the first preview of a revival of his classic show Company on Broadway, receiving rapturous applause. Just next door, the film version of tick, tick ... BOOM! was premiering, including Bradley Whitford playing a beneficent Sondheim, who was in real life a mentor to film's subject, the late Jonathan Larson.

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You're Welcome: The Saltire Collection By Adam Smith

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Underwear-3-boyculture(Images by Gavin Harrison for Adam Smith)

New York-based brand Adam Smith brings plaid back with its brand-new Saltire Collection, perfect for the season. More after the jump ...

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