Meet Out Magazine‘s Mr. November, actor James Franco, one of the stars of Gus Van Sant‘s Milk. He is, as they say, a real catch. We think he’s dreamy. We think he’s the cat’s meow. He’s smart and thoughtful and serious about his art, in all its many forms. He is also quite possibly the biggest Van Sant fan we have ever met, and was actually inspired to first become an actor when he saw Van Sant’s My Own Private Idaho.
Following his announcement that Alaska’s Governor Sarah Palin would be his running mate Republican Presidential nominee John McCain scooped up the URL VotefortheMILF.com, which roughly translates to ‘Vote for the Mother I’d love to f**k.’ In an election cycle rife with charges of sexism toward Hillary Clinton, and now Sarah Palin, McCain’s team bought up the URL.
One of the many reasons I enjoy HBO’s pals-on-the-loose-in-Hollywood comedy Entourage is that I watch it and think, ‘I’ve been there.’ Yes, I’ve stomped some of the same grounds as Vince, Turtle, Eric, and Drama, broken bread at some of those same eateries, driven-while-texting down some of those same boulevards. There’s just one problem. Entourage isn’t gay enough.
The Senate Judiciary Committee approved a bill on Thursday that would require HIV antibody testing and counseling for all incoming inmates and follow-up testing to be available annually. Prisoners potentially exposed to HIV while incarcerated could request follow-up testing and counseling at any time. All HIV-positive inmates also would be guaranteed consistent, comprehensive medical treatment, including antiretroviral medications, while incarcerated.
Each week, hosts Josh and Sara bring you information, news and views from the ever-changing LGBT community. This week: Author Mart Crowley stopped the studio by to discuss the 40th anniversary of his legendary play The Boys in the Band.
A model for Genre Magazine who claims a series of provocative photos intended for his personal use were reprinted without his permission is suing the magazine after he says he was subjected to unwanted advances and harassment from gay men. Benjamin Massing appeared in the magazine’s March/April issue in what he considers to be a ‘cruel and vulgar’ shot.
This week marks my one-year point since the last time I slept with a guy. Hell, it’s been a year since I even smooched another man! The only thing making this harder is the realization that I have 15 more months to go in my service before I am scheduled to come home.
A basketball player is suing her college and her coach for $2 million, saying her scholarship was revoked when she complained about being targeted for being a lesbian. Jennifer Colli, a former guard for Southern Methodist University’s women’s basketball team, says that coach Rhonda Rompola made several inquiries about a relationship with another teammate, according to The Dallas Morning News.
There’s no need to cancel the vacation because the dollar is dipping and diving. We found a treasure trove of appealingly priced properties around the country, perfect for value vacations, from off-season opportunities with views of the Vegas strip or Phoenix’s dusty red buttes to hipster havens in funky Portland, Oregon and Milwaukee.
HIV/AIDS activist, educator and counselor Sherri Beachfront hosts a here! Networks podcast from her unique perspective as an HIV+ ‘Straight Girl in a Queer World’. This week: A Place to Live is a moving documentary about the struggle for older members of the LGBT community to find affordable housing.