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Somehow I missed this striking editorial from a couple of weeks ago. I’m sure I’m not alone and that’s why I’m sharing it with ya’ll today.

Typically when Robbie Rogers appears in magazine spreads, he’s usually shirtless in at least one shot. Not that I’m complaining. However, seeing him tap into his inner fashion gay is a nice change of pace. The 26-year-old professional soccer player models designer threads by Dior Homme, Christoper Kane, Dolce & Gabbana, Topman and John Varvatos to name a few for photographer Carlos Serrao. Check out several photos from the latest issue of Flaunt magazine below.

On Coming Out

“Just getting some sh*t off my chest. For me it was just for my sanity, for my happiness.”

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The second I saw this scene on Sunday night, I scoured the internet to find the clip to share with you. At last, I’ve found the proverbial pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. You’re welcome.

Last time I posted a clip from Looking, some readers were upset I spoiled the episode. I thought 24 hours after the show aired was sufficient time for most fans to catch the show. I guess I was wrong. OOPS. Personally, if you go online, you always run the risk of stumbling upon things.

For the sake of not wanting to incur the same wrath I’ll simply share the clip without going into too much detail. I’ll simply state character ‘A’ and character ‘B’ hook up even though both have boyfriends. While I prefer ‘A’ with ‘C,’ I can’t deny the sex scene with ‘B’ was beyond hot because it was. Maybe writers can get A, B, C and D together for a hot little fourgy action at some point during Season 2. Check out the sexy clip below.

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Here we go…the two groups meet for the first time: can you feel the tension? What was really funny is the first group was trying SO HARD to be SO COOL while the confident queens in group two were just excited and happy to meet the original 6. In the end it was Trinity who was the one to break the ice (we need to keep our eye on Trinity, she’s got something I think). After the initial meeting they had to compete in their first mini challenge together. They had to pair with a girl NOT in their original group and do this hilarious two person/one body thing. One girl would be the legs, and the other the top half. My personal favourite was Ben and Darienne (SO FUNNY), but it was Milk and Adore who won, thus  becoming the captains of the next team challenge.

As with many RuPaul’s Drag Race seasons before, Episode 2 was the acting challenge. This year they were doing the same movie (Drag Race me to Hell) with one version being from the 60s, and the other from the 80s. Milk and Adore had to pick their teams and surprise surprise they each chose their original groups. I’m not mad at that at all, in fact I’m quite pleased because I only had to watch/care about half of the episode!

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Last month, Irish drag queen Panti Bliss (real name Rory O’Neill) delivered a “Noble Call” speech at Dublin’s Abbey Theatre. It was a response to an appearance made by her on Ireland’s The Saturday Night Show. The RTE broadcasting company was flooded with complaints and even legal threats by allowing Panti to comment about gay oppression and homophobia. In fact, the RTE paid a reported $118,000 to journalists who complained about being called homophobic.

“To grow up in a society that is overwhelmingly homophobic and to escape unscathed would be miraculous. So I don’t hate you because you are homophobic. I actually admire you. I admire you because most of you are only a bit homophobic. Which all things considered is pretty good going.” – Panti Bliss

The Pet Shop Boys have taken parts of the viral speech and turned it into a potential dance anthem. I can definitely see this being played at Pride celebrations this summer. Titled “The Best Gay Possible (Oppressive Dance Mix),” the English duo have given the gay rights speech new dimension. I’m already in love with it.

It reminds me of Baz Lurhmann’s 1999 single, “Everybody’s Free (To Wear Sunscreen),” where he took an essay and turned it into a spoken word pop hit. At first, the speech was erroneously attributed to author Kurt Vonnegut but later credited to American journalist Mary Schmich. Check out the Pet Shop Boys’ wicked remix of Panti’s speech below.

listen to it after the jump

Who’d You Rather: The Men Of Looking

In: Donovan, Totally GAY!, TV Shows

It’s less than 24 hours since Looking aired its first season finale and I’m already going through withdrawals. The HBO series got off to a slow start but definitely found its stride midway. Clearly viewers agreed as well. The drama’s week-to-week numbers grew, prompting HBO to renew it for a sophomore season. With the show officially on hiatus now, I thought it was the perfect time to highlight the photogenic and extremely sexy cast. I’m sure, like myself, you all have your favorites.

For our latest Who’d You Rather battle, I thought I’d ask readers which guys were their favorites. I’ve limited the poll only to series regulars Jonathan Groff, Frankie J. Alvarez and Murray Barlett and recently promoted cast members Russell Tovey and Raul Castillo. If I were to include guest stars, T.J. Linnard who played the escort CJ would win hands down. WOOF!!! Glad I got that off my chest ;) Check out my rankings below and be sure to cast your votes in the poll.

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Need your HBO gay fix now that Looking‘s first season is over? The network just released a teaser trailer for their next big LGBT offering. BTW, how great was the season finale for Looking? The Golden Girls touch at the end was everything.

On Sunday, May 25th, Ryan Murphy’s highly-anticipated adaptation of Larry Kramer’s Tony award-winning 1985 play The Normal Heart premieres. It follows a group of gay men living in New York City during the 80s HIV/AIDS epidemic spread. It boasts a star-studded cast including Julia Roberts, Matt Bomer, Jim Parsons, Mark Ruffalo and Taylor Kitsch. Ruffalo and Kitsch play lovers in the film. Check out the teaser below.

“It’s a movie about AIDS, but it’s also really a civil rights movie,” says Ryan Murphy, who worked with Kramer on the script for three years. “I think it’s more timely than ever before. It’s really about the quest to be seen, not as a gay person or a straight person but just a person…. It’s an activist movie that also has a really great love story in it.” Adds the director, “Of everything I’ve done in my career, I think it is the biggest labor of love.”

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Vice Goes Groin Grazing

In: Donovan, Totally GAY!

Sometimes leaving something to the imagination is even hotter. This sexy editorial featured in Vice certainly hammers that point perfectly. Photographer Claire Milbrath gets up and close with several men focusing on their aroused members which are just aching to be freed from their restrictive bottoms.

These random men represent different types of guys including the student, the artist, the skater, the stoner, the eurotrash guy and the pool boy to name a few. Check out my five favorite photos below. Be forewarned. Looking at these boners might actually give you a boner.

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Although we all (mostly all) hold a place dear in our hearts for the Village here in TO, sometimes a little variety is just what the homosexual doctor ordered. Even though I can walk into any Church bar on most nights and down a few drink specials, I’m finding more and more that all these fantastically diverse monthly parties around the city are what I look forward to.

If you find yourself wandering West or East from the nightly “grind”, here’s a couple tips on where I like to frequent for a great night out.

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