Monthly Archives: December 2012

Gay Comic Christmas Episode Includes LGBT Senior

While I am still want for the gay senior character (who, thus far, has appeared so infrequently that I have now forgotten his name) from Kyle’s Bed and Breakfast to have more of storyline, I did think that the annual … Continue reading

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Quote of the Year: Marilyn Monroe and Gay Marriage Equality

From the A clever line from the 9th Circuit Court’s decision to invalidate Proposition 8 was named one of the top legal quotes of 2012 by the editors of the National Law Journal. “Had Marilyn Monroe’s film been called … Continue reading

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TV Review: ‘Where The Bears Are’ Christmas Special

The gang from “Where the Bears Are” have a holiday suprise for you: a really funny Christmas episode. Hot Toddy, Wood, Nelson and Reggie and Detective Winters are all back in a very special episode of the “Where The Bears … Continue reading

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Matt Baume Tells Us Why It Gets Better

In the American Foundation for Equal Rights’s (AFER) review of 2012 Why It Gets Better is a series of postings showing, real-time, concrete, tangible ways that life is getting better for LGBT people.

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Year in Review: Coming Out 2012

Towleroad has a blog post that is worth reposting: a list of the 50 most powerful coming outs of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender perons of 2012. They include sports figures, news figures and singers, including this guy: Canadian country … Continue reading

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Christmas Eye Candy: METROWEEKLYS Coverboys 2012

Last week, I blogged about METROWEEKLY’s Coverboy of the Year, Aaron Lee Smith. This week, brings up some more eye candy as Smith and runner-up Rich McPherson pose for the camera at the magazine’s Coverboy of the Year Party held … Continue reading

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2012 In Review for the Washington, DC Area

Washington, DC’s METROWEEKLY magazine has a review of the low- and highlights of the 2012 year: In the wake of the repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, Aubrey Sarvis announced Jan. 18 that he would be stepping down from the … Continue reading

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Gay Affirming Churches for Your Holiday Celebration

If you are looking for a gay affirming church in your area for your holiday celebration, I stumbled upon the website, which has a listing of various Christian denominations by country and by state. For the Washington, DC area … Continue reading

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Music And TV Review: Blake Shelton’s ‘Cheers, It’s Christmas’

Blake Shelton doesn’t add anything new to the genre of Christmas CDs with his Cheers, It’s Christmas, but he doesn’t detract from it either. What he does give you is a CD that’s loaded with some old standards as well … Continue reading

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D.C. Drag Kings Get Their Own Competition

For those living or visiting Washington, D.C. who love the competition of RuPaul’s Drag Race, you going to get a new, in person version of the competition. Isis Deverreoux’s will be holding a Drag King race at Phase 1 of … Continue reading

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