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Leslie Jordan at Club Cafe July 29-30

Leslie Jordan Show PonyBeverly Leslie Leslie Jordan makes a quick stop in Boston for two shows at Club Cafe on Tuesday, July 29 and Wednesday, July 30 ($25 general admission and $35 VIP seating).

Note that a second show on Wednesday was added even though it isn’t mentioned in the promo flyer I included in this post.

In Jordan’s latest show, Show Pony,  he reflects on the never ending, relentless quest for sustainability and longevity in Hollywood.  Tickets remain available for both shows but will likely sell out.  Get your tickets online from Club Cafe’s website here.

 

Big Gay Boat Ride tea dance Sunday 3-6 pm

BGBR Boston Tea DanceThis Sunday is the third “Big Gay Boat Ride” (BGBR) Tea Dance out on Boston Harbor.  Haven’t been to one yet? Check it out.

The music and fun starts at 2:30 PM – don’t be late since the boat leaves at 3PM promptly from 70 Rowes Wharf (Gate C at Boston Harbor Hotel).  As the Facebook event page says, “just look for the boys, boas and balloons.

Buy Your Tickets Here

Event Details Here

CDC studies health of gay, lesbian and bisexual population

US Census Says Same Sex Couples jumped 17% in MassachusettsAccording to a new federal health report released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS), less than 3% of the population identifies as gay, lesbian or bisexual. (No wonder it is so hard for a single gay guy to meet Mr. Right. Quit your complaining ladies.)

The report is the government’s first large-scale study on the gay, lesbian and bisexual population.  While significant disparities were identified between the gay and straight population with regards to specific health indicators, they determined there is no general correlation between overall health and sexual orientation.  You can read more about the study and the findings here.

Scruffy Sunday

Men in bed, men cuddlingWhat a nice way to wake up in the morning.

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Bonus Fur

Gay Bear, handsome manBear week in Ptown officially concludes tonight.  I hope everyone who visited had fun and I look forward to hearing all your stories. I’m bummed Sergio and I were not able to partake this year.

 

Oklahoma’s same sex marriage amendment struck down

Marriage Equality OklahomaToday the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit affirmed the January 2014 decision from U.S. District Judge Kern in Bishop v. Smith that Oklahoma’s constitutional amendment that forbids same-sex marriages is unconstitutional.

The state of Oklahoma now has the right to appeal before the full bench of the Tenth Circuit or it can do as the State of Utah did for the Kitchen case few weeks ago and appeal directly to the U.S. Supreme Court.  Either way, an appeal of some sort is to be expected but this remains great news for marriage equality advocates. Oklahoma is one of America’s most conservative states and if marriage equality is legal here – it can and will be legal everywhere (and quickly too).

Read more about this here.

Furry Friday

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Florida flirts with marriage equality

Florida marriage equality So who wants to get hitched in Key West?

Today Monroe County Circuit Judge Luis Garcia ruled against Florida’s constitutional amendment banning marriage equality. Garcia wrote in his ruling, “This court concludes that a citizen’s right to marry is a fundamental right to the individual.” The ruling was stayed until Tuesday, July 22, at which point same-sex couples in Monroe County can begin obtaining marriage licenses, unless a stay is requested by the state attorney general and granted by the state court of appeals or Florida State Supreme Court.

I think it is safe to assume some form of protest by those opposed to marriage equality is likely but this is a great first step.  Hopefully couples in Monroe County will not be blocked from seeking marriage licenses on Tuesday. More info here.

Out-Fit Challenge Boston: Dirty never looked so good

Out-Fit Challenge Boston LGBTOut-Fit Challenge is the first ever national LGBT Mud Run.  After launching successful events in Chicago, Miami and New York City in 2013, Boston joins New York City, San Francisco and Reno as part of the 2014 Out-Fit Challenge.

Boston’s Out-Fit Challenge will take place at the Amesbury Sport Park on Saturday, October 11th.  This event will sell out so be sure to mark your calendar, start your training and register today.

Out Fit ChallengeAfter you finish the 5K (15+ obstacle) course, you’ll want to hang around for the after-party, which includes DJs, free beer, body contests, drag queens and mud covered go-go boys.

Boston Out-Fit Challenge | October 11 | Info & Registration

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Bachelors needed for Harbor to the Bay auction

harbor to the bay bachelor auctionThe organizers of the Harbor to the Bay Bachelor & Bachelorette Auction are still looking for men willing to step forward as a bachelor to help them with this fun / important fundraiser.

Are you interested or do you have a friend who would like to participate?  Applications (and more information) are available -  email: info@TheBostonSisters.org.

All applications must be submitted by this Sunday, July 20th.

Bastille Day

Bastille Day: Vive la France In lieu of my weekly “Monday Blues” post I figured I’d try something that might bring a smile to your face.  Since today is Bastille Day or as the French call it La Fête Nationale, I opted for this bit of French eye-candy.  I trust you approve.

Big Gay Boat Ride tea dance today at 3PM

BGBRNo plans this afternoon? Bummed out that you are missing all the fun at Bear Week in Ptown? Today the Big Gay Boat Ride (BGBR) Tea Dance returns with all the music and fun starting at 2:30 PM; don’t be too fashionably late since the boat leaves at 3PM promptly from 70 Rowes Wharf (Gate C at Boston Harbor Hotel).

As the FB event page says, just look for the boys, boas and balloons.

Buy Your Tickets Here

Event Details Here

Scruffy Sunday

Men in Bed, It seems counterintuitive to get this guy out of bed.

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Olympian Ian Thorpe comes out

Australian Ian Thorpe, GayAustralian swimmer, Ian Thorpe, recently admitted he is gay in an interview in his home, Australia.  In addition to being gay he also happened to break 22 world records, win 5 gold – 3 silver – 1 bronze medal at the Olympic Games.  Welcome to the family Ian. I’m proud to have you on our team.