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For those gays who don’t watch Bravo’s Real Housewives franchise (Atlanta specifically) or RuPaul’s Drag Race, you probably aren’t up-to-date with all the latest gay lingo. Even if you do follow those shows, perhaps you don’t exactly quite understand what ‘hunty,’ ‘turnt up‘ or other numerous catchphrases mean. If either is the case, you’re in luck. Eliot Glazer is here to break it all down for you.

The comedian gives in-depth definitions for all of them in his Reluctant Gay Dude’s Guide To Modern Day Vernacular. He posted part one of his definitions when HBO’s Looking premiered. With the season finale upon us, Glazer uploaded the second part. Check out both clips below.

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While many young gays still dream about the day when they find the perfect man at the dance floor during pride weekend, and live happily ever after married to (and sleeping with) the same man; many others do not share a similar pink-and-rainbows kind of a dream. While it is true that gay men want to get married and (some even) have children like many heterosexual couples (Neil Patrick Harris’ kids are super cute, right?), it is also a fact that many gay couples are looking for alternatives to what is already pre-packed and sold in heterosexual fiction love stories and novels (can someone confirm if Anderson Cooper in an open relationship BTW?).

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Wentworth Miller of Prison Break fame came out as a gay man on Wednesday when he put his thoughts on paper and shipped it out to Russia. Excuse me?

That’s right! Wednesday, Miller wrote a letter to St. Petersburg International Film Festival, declining an invitation as a “guest of honour” because of his sexuality. The letter explained:

…as a gay man, I must decline.

I am deeply troubled by the current attitude toward and treatment of gay men and women by the Russian government. The situation is in no way acceptable, and I cannot in good conscience participate in a celebratory occasion hosted by a country where people like myself are being systematically denied their basic right to live and love openly.

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Well, another pride season has come and gone, which means the hot boys of summer who seemed to have leaped from the bushes all tanned and buff to populate the streets will slither back into the undergrowth. You nursed your hangover at your desk all week and wished life could go on being a Speedo pool party forever. And all over the city, testicles will be filling back out and producing normal levels of sperm, at least until this time next year.

Yes, no pride season is complete without the perennial steroid rant, brought to you this time by somebody who seriously had no clue until like three weeks ago that literally everyone was on the juice.

It began when I made an offhand joke to someone I had recently started dating about how it would be nice to put on more muscle with minimal effort but no ball shrinkage, backne or looking like an aubergine.

He responded cagily about not judging other people’s choices.

Are you defending steroid use to me?” I asked in disbelief.

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The Gayest Song You’ll Hear Today

In: Donovan, Music, Totally GAY!

Multiple cities celebrated Pride over the weekend including Toronto, Seattle, San Francisco, New York, Dublin, London, Minneapolis and Houston to name a few. Myself, I was in Seattle partaking in the festivities and definitely paying the price today. I caught myself a little cold. Too much drinking and not enough food or sleep.

After spending another weekend with a bunch of homos, it definitely feels like “Everyone is Gay” which brings me to this funny little track by Ian Axel & Chad Vaccarino aka A Great Big World. According to their YouTube bio, they play music in a joyous kind of way. I couldn’t agree with that description any more. Give their song a listen below. It’s a great way to start off your gay week.

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The Face Of Furry Creek Hits The Mark!

In: Nic, TV Shows

The newest brain child of friend of Homorazzi’s Mark Kenneth Woods, known for the Deb and Sisi series, premiered on OutTV two weeks ago, with the second episode just airing this week. This latest mini series follows a group of delinquent characters all vying to win the title of spokesman for their hometown in a television competition testing their, *ahem*, “skills”.

Premiering to mixed opinions, the comedy series actually does something that I haven’t seen OutTV do before, and new blood and fresh ideas on that network are always welcome in my books. With more extras on the internet than there is actual television show, after every episode you can go online to, for instance, watch the audition videos after the first episode, or catch the blogs the characters have created in a, mostly, disastrous attempt to win that grand prize. Not only do you get an entertaining show, you also can delve into the internet side of the show and get to know the characters a little more in a non-live “After Dark” style thing.

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If you’re reading this article, I’ve survived night 5.

Okay, let’s back up.

Breakfast this morning again was on the road. We left the comfort of the gorgeous Hotel Monaco Denver, packed up Bruce, tossed ourselves into trusty ol’ Beryl, and hit the interstate in our finest attire (it was a jogging pants day). Colorado turned into Nebraska today, and the scenery was. That’s all. The scenery just was. The weather has held out, it was actually very warm to tepid today, and we arrived in Omaha in nine and a half hours with a nice sheen, looking ripe as a plum in the sun.

Okay, let’s just back up a hot minute because I just said the word “Omaha”. The original plan everyone, was to hit Kansas City. The two cities have a similar population of  around 400,000, and driving to Omaha shaves off over an hour from Denver, and over an hour to our next destination. So Nebraska it was. And Nebraska it is. And. Here…..we are…..

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One of the most annoying things about laptops and iPads at the beach or in the sun is the glare you get, seeing only your reflection when you look at the screen. Although I’ve never tried one myself, the Kindle Paperwhite apparently does not have that issue.

In a new commercial titled “Perfect Day At The Beach,” a man and a woman are side by side in their recliners, both reading their e-books. The woman has no problem because she has a Kindle, but the guy struggles to see anything. They chat about it a bit and he decides to buy one online. To celebrate, they decide they should have a drink to celebrate and that’s where the gay twist comes in!

Such a cute commercial. Watch it below!

Commercial after the jump…

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