Category Archives: Gay

Scruffy Sunday

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I can’t stop looking at this guy’s lips.

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Bonus fur

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Furry Friday

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A celebration of censorship

leslie lohman museum, nyc, lgbtqA celebration of censorship is an exhibit at the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art in New York City that runs through Sunday, May 3rd.

Has anyone seen the exhibit which opened last month?  I’m curious because the description sounds interesting.  The Leslie-Lohman Museum describes the exhibit as follows, “For decades, censors—would-be and actual—have attempted to suppress queer creativity… Taking inspiration from the censorship of Robert Mapplethorpe’s art in the 1980s and 1990s, and the more recent withdrawal of David Wojnarowicz’s A Fire in My Belly from the National Portrait Gallery, we explore the innovative responses to watershed moments in the history of censored LGBTQ art… Here we seek to situate the work within its historical context of censorship and to highlight the resilience of the queer artists who audaciously attempt to address diverse social and political issues in their work.”

If you visit the exhibit, I’d love to hear your thoughts and if you think it is worth checking out.

Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art – 26 Wooster Street –  NYC 

Boston Pride launches “Friends of Boston Pride”

Boston PrideEarlier today Boston Pride announced they were launching “Friends of Boston Pride” as a way for people to directly contribute and support Boston Pride. Becoming a “Friend of Boston Pride” helps support programs like Youth Pride, Latino Pride, human rights and education programs sponsored by Boston Pride.

Join me as a Friend of Boston Pride on their 45th anniversary

Boston Pride Back Bay block partyBoston Pride officially starts on Friday, June 5th and runs through Sunday, June 14th;  ten days of events and activities that bring people together from all walks of life to celebrate diversity.  2015 Pride Week will include events like, the 1st annual Gala, Pride Day at Faneuil Hall, Black Pride Cruise, AIDS Walk, Pride Diplomatic Reception, Pride Lights, Human Rights Forum, Queeraoke, Pride Night at Fenway Park, Boston Pride Festival and Parade, Pride Youth Dance, Block Parties.

For more information on how to donate and become a Friend of Boston Pride, visit

Boyfriends at Milky Way Lounge March 20th

DJ Brent Covington Boyfriends is a fun, gay dance night at the Milky Way Lounge in Jamaica Plain that is hosted on the 3rd Friday of each month.

This month, guest DJ James Derek Dwyer makes a triumphant return and will join resident DJ Brent Covington at Boyfriends later this week.  Doors open at 10:00 p.m. and there is a $5.00 cover; your attitude should be checked at the door.

For more information check out their event page on Facebook, here.


Boycott Dolce Gabbana, #BoycottDolceGabbanaI wasn’t going to comment on the current controversy regarding Stefano Gabbana’s recent comments until he decided to open his mouth again in response to a call for a boycott of D&G products initiated by Sir Elton John and quickly picked up by many others in the gay community.

This is so reminiscent of Guido Barilla’s, Chairman of Barilla Group, comments in 2013.  It begs the question can the Italians join the rest of the world in the 21st century? Who would’ve ever guessed that the current Pope would prove to be a better friend than the founders of D&G?  I’m terribly disappointed in Stefano Gabbana and his one time partner, Dominico Dolce.  Their concept of what a healthy family looks like is terribly flawed and while they have a right to their opinion they clearly don’t understand who their buyers are. Insulting one of your most important group of buyers is an odd way to foster brand loyalty. Somehow I don’t see creeps like Senator Rick Santorum and Senator Ted Cruz buying D&G. Maybe Dolce & Gabbana can team up with Chick-fil-A.