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‘Alive in California’: Limited Edition Photo Exhibition in L.A. this Week

 

California-based artist Alex Marsh King is holding a limited edition exhibition of some of his 35mm prints in L.A. for this week only, with photographs of “beautiful near-naked men, and other colorful natural subject matter.”

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Texas News Station Tweets Gay Porn

 

TWC News Austin livened up its Twitter traffic updates this week with the inclusion of a few photos of naked men. Attention grabbing perhaps, but probably not what their followers were expecting.

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Chelsea Handler on the Reality TV Stars She ‘Hated’ Talking To

 

Now that she’s no longer hosting Chelsea Lately, Chelsea Handler isn’t holding back, revealing which celebrities she couldn’t bear interviewing for the show.

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Gay Prison Inmate Spills All on What Prison’s Really Like for a Gay Guy

A gay former prison inmate has shared his ‘survival guide’ to being gay in prison and claimed that openly gay feminine men are treated like royalty.

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As the Election Looms, What’s at Stake for LGBTs?

The mid-term elections started out with a grimace, with Iowa Republican Joni Ernst introducing herself as a castrator of hogs.  But she’s out-polling and out-raising  Democratic Rep. Bruce Braley in their Senate race, one of three races that could lead Republicans to a Senate majority win on Nov. 4 (see Nate Silver’s forecast here.) 

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Hollywood Frame by Frame: Contact Sheets from the Golden Age

In film, music and fashion, the classics never go out of style. Come Oct. 7, Old Hollywood will undergo an ultimate revival thanks to the release of Karina Longworth’s new book, Hollywood Frame by Frame. The glimpse into movie history features hundreds of never-before-published photographs in the form of contact sheets, which are the prints photographers once used to edit their work prior to the digital age. Longworth has woven these images together to tell the untold stories of stars behind the greatest films of the 20th century. 

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Laverne Cox to Make Empire State Building Purple for Spirit Day

Laverne Cox will continue in the fight against bullying by lighting the Empire State Building in New York purple for Spirit Day and National Bullying Prevention Month. Spirit Day has become an annual event encouraging everyone to wear purple or “go purple” online in a stand against bullying and to show support for the LGBT community and especially LGBT youth.

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Feinstein Sends Obama a Letter Urging Action on Federal Equality

While the Supreme Court continues to weigh in on the freedom to marry for same sex couples, albeit with some rude confusion on Wednesday, others, including California Sen. Dianne Feinstein, are looking at how the winning legal constitutional arguments overturning the marriage bans should also apply to the lingering questions over enforcement of the Windsor decision and the problematic Defense of Marriage Act’s still-on-the-books Section 2.

As we reported Wednesday, the Windsor decision did not completely overturn DOMA. And, as Lambda Legal’s Jon Davidson noted, there are lawsuits against the Social Security Administration and the Veteran’s Administration seeking full and equal benefits called for in that landmark ruling.

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Coming to Theatres: More Projects for TV Hottie Jack Falahee, Another Modern-Day Frankenstein

How to Get Away With Murder’s resident gay law student, played by Jack Falahee, joins Chris Evans‘ real life gay brother Scott Evans in the film Lily & Kat. The comedy drama concerns a pair of BFFs as the girls try to create some unforgettable memories during their last few days together. Their plans change direction when one of the girls meets an artist and falls for him.
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Stephen Colbert Predicts Marriage Equality Will Lead to ‘The Gay Civil War’ (Video)

 

With America facing the prospect of 30 states permitting the freedom to marry for same sex couples, Stephen Colbert, in his role as conservative soothsayer, spelled out why he thinks the country is headed towards “The Gay Civil War.”

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