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RuPaul Chats Up Olivia Newton-John

Filed in Gay Culture, Music, Pop Culture by on April 4, 2014 0 Comments
RuPaul Chats Up Olivia Newton-John

Olivia Newton-John was a pretty big deal to me when I was a child. I still have vivid recollections of begging my mother for the cassette of the Xanadu soundtrack. I often found solace in her music during those painfully awkward and dark years. And unless you’re brand new to the content I post on […]

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WATCH: ‘In-N-Out Mission’ (Parody of Beyoncé’s ‘Partition’)

Filed in Gay Culture, Music, Pop Culture by on April 2, 2014 1 Comment
WATCH: ‘In-N-Out Mission’ (Parody of Beyoncé’s ‘Partition’)

Adrian Anchondo, the brilliant mind behind the parody “Dunkin Love,” is back with a new hilarious homage to Beyoncé and fast food. This time his latest video revolves around the song “Partition” and my favorite West Coast eatery, In-N-Out Burger. Adrian teams up again with Reggie White to sing the praises of the burger chain […]

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Rest In Paradise, Frankie Knuckles

Filed in Gay Culture, Music, Pop Culture by on April 1, 2014 0 Comments
Rest In Paradise, Frankie Knuckles

There isn’t much I can post about Frankie Knuckles that hasn’t already been written and recycled through the blogosphere since the news of his death became public knowledge. Frankie Knuckles was the Godfather of House Music. He was instrumental to creating the genre. He was legendary. If you ever hit a nightclub at some point […]

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WATCH: ‘Let Me Take a #DICKPIC’ (#SELFIE Parody)

Filed in Music, Pop Culture by on March 29, 2014 1 Comment
WATCH: ‘Let Me Take a #DICKPIC’ (#SELFIE Parody)

“But first, let me take a #SELFIE,” is on track to becoming one of the most overused phrases in social media thanks to The Chainsmokers “#SELFIE.” Love or hate the song, it pretty much reflects the mentality of the Instagram-obsessed, narcissistic society we live in. Thankfully, it has spawned plenty of parodies. One of the […]

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The Power of Illusions

The Power of Illusions

Life as we know it is nothing more than a series of illusions. At least, that’s what I’ve come to realize over the past few months. This is probably something I’ve always known on a subconscious level, but the idea of illusions and dreams existing in our waking lives is something that I’ve become keenly […]

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2 Important Birthdays for Gay Men to Celebrate

Filed in Gay Culture by on March 26, 2014 0 Comments

Today is the 70th birthday of Diana Ross, the ultimate Supreme and beloved icon to gay men throughout the world.   Yesterday was the 5th anniversary of the launch of Grindr, the world’s most successful gay dating and hook-up app. I’ve milked Grindr for plenty of marketing and promotion with regards to my book, and […]

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WATCH: Akon Shades Lady Gaga During Radio Interview

Filed in Music, Pop Culture by on March 26, 2014 0 Comments
WATCH: Akon Shades Lady Gaga During Radio Interview

It’s kind of fitting that Sway’s SiriusXM show is broadcast on the Shade 45 channel because Akon was throwing around quite a bit of it during a recent guest appearance — at least when it came to the topic of Lady Gaga’s career. When asked about his involvement in Gaga’s present-day career, the man who […]

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Michelle Visage Announces Upcoming Book Via Twitter

Filed in Books, Pop Culture, RuPaul's Drag Race by on March 24, 2014 0 Comments
Michelle Visage Announces Upcoming Book Via Twitter

Michelle Visage, judge on RuPaul’s Drag Race, singer, rap artist, and radio and TV personality is about to add “author” to her impressive resume. Michelle announced on Twitter earlier this evening that her upcoming book Even Divas Need Day Jobs will be released through Chronicle Books. I’m proud to announce my book “Even Divas Need […]

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Funny Sh!t Drag Queens Say – #FirstTweet Edition

Funny Sh!t Drag Queens Say – #FirstTweet Edition

Twitter marked its eight year anniversary by launching a search tool that allows people to search for the very first tweets that users with public profiles on the social media network ever posted. After searching for my own #FirstTweet and realizing that it was about one of the queens from RuPaul’s Drag Race, I thought […]

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An Analysis of Lady Gaga’s Video for ‘G.U.Y.’

Filed in Music, Pop Culture by on March 23, 2014 0 Comments
An Analysis of Lady Gaga’s Video for ‘G.U.Y.’

After a rather lengthy delay, Lady Gaga has finally delivered the highly anticipated and much-hyped second video from ARTPOP. “G.U.Y.” debuted yesterday on NBC’s Dateline after which it immediately became viewable online. In true Gaga form there’s a lot going on in the nearly 12-minute video, so I needed to sleep on it before making […]

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