Who wants to win a party in their pants? We have a big sex toy giveaway, mortifying sex stories, and so much more!
While everybody is deciding what they’re going to do in 2012, we tell some things / thoughts / feelings / behaviors of 2011 to go fuck themselves.
A review of the American remake, in which we decide that if you want to test your gaydar, bring up Noomi Rapace vs. Rooney Mara in a bar.
I can’t believe this is real and I’m not actually trapped in a George Orwell book.
Just because you’re staying home doesn’t mean you shouldn’t look your most awesome. Check out this New Year’s Eve fashion advice for homebodies.
The Republicans have already decided that they don’t need the gays for the 2012 election, but Obama may feel differently.
This week we’ll travel to North Korea, but also to Portland! Topics include oxy addiction, the NBA, wax museums and murder/suicide!
Brittani’s Team Pick: “She has two movies out. They are Troop Beverly Hills and Inception. Both are from Netflix and both have been sitting on her desk for six months.”
It’s the last comment awards of the year!
We’re here. We’re queer. And we have iPhones.
“I remember holding my breath during pivotal scenes in the movie. I wondered nervously if my brother saw then the direct parallels to his own sister’s life.”
Bon Iver was one of the best albums of the year, said the Internet.
Richard Nixon had a gay boyfriend, you can get hitched in Cancun, the KKK = the gays, and other things we need to tell you about urgently.
Are you scared of New Year’s Eve? Do you have/want an awesome bow tie to wear? Let’s talk about that.
So many things happened this year that weren’t terrible!
“Scientists who have monitored the electrical activity of the brains of test subjects exposed to sarcastic statements have found that brains have to work harder to understand sarcasm.” I think we can all agree this is welcome news.
Hard times for Portland’s Just Out Newsmagazine, Toronto’s Glad Day’s bookstore and Minneapolis’ True Colors Bookstore.
Rachel’s Team Pick: Finally, something to do with all your ex’s stuff.