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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