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Random Eye Candy: Kenny Chesney On the Cover of ‘OnTap’ Magazine

Kenny Chesney, one of the most attractive things on the islands and in country music, graces the cover of the Washington, D.C. area’s OnTap magazine for May 2013. The magazine brings you all the highlights of upcoming events in the … Continue reading

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Movie Review: The Adonis Factor

The Adonis Factor is brought to you by the same team who shot the documentary The Butch Factor, but unlike that well done examination of gay men and masculinity, Adonis falls far short. Adonis spends a good amount of time … Continue reading

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Movie Review: The Butch Factor

The Butch Factor, from director Christopher Hines, could be called a movie about trying to fit in when you don’t fit in with–even those who don’t fit in. It’s an examination of the the straight appearing gay or bisexual man … Continue reading

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Outfest Fusion LGBT People of Color Film Festival Recap

Mark Noble (@ACCESSNOBLEMAN) and Lawrencia Dandridge (@Lawlabee) give you some brief highlights from Outfest Fusion 13 See more about Outfest Fusion at

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Movie Review: ‘Judas Kiss’

Though Judas Kiss is hokey in some spots and lacks a clear execution of it’s plot in others, the acting of film’s leads helps keep it from being a gay film to be passed over. Charlie David stars as Zach, … Continue reading

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LGBT History: Talkies Actor Johnny Arthur

Queerty is reporting that actor Johnny Arthur, who played a lot of foppish characters in pre-Hayes Code Hollywood, will finally get a tombstone after 60 years: When he passed away, the Motion Picture & Television Fund Home covered the cost of Arthur’s … Continue reading

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Judy Garland Film Fest at Washington, DC’s National Theatre

Polish up those ruby slippers and get that gingham dress out of the mothballs; Washington, DC’s National Theatre will be having a Judy Garland film fest every Monday night from now until November 26. As The Washington Examiner reports there’s nothing … Continue reading

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Former Matrix Director Talks ‘Cloud Atlas’

But not transitioning, though from the reports of the press, you’d think she was: Lana Wachowski, formerly Larry Wachoswki, along with her brother Andy and co-director Tom Tykwer all appeared in a YouTube video promoting their new film, “Cloud Atlas.” … Continue reading

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Who’s Afriad of their Gay Fans

Not Matthew McConaughey. In an interview with The Advocate, he says that the hopes the gays “come out in droves” to see his upcoming movie Magic Mike; the Channing Tatum flick that is based on Tatum’s real-life experiences as stripper … Continue reading

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Gay Parents Highlighted in Proposed Film By Mark Ravitz

Filmaker Mark Ravitz is making a documentary called Take Me Home: The Birth Of An American Family. The film is about adoptive/foster parenting with a couple that just happens to be gay. Ravitz states that the film is not being … Continue reading

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