Purple Crush's “Tastyride” video is a (vogueing) ball!
Brett Gleason's latest video is “Futile & Fooled”.
Dungy clarifies his disgusting comments re: Michael Sam/gay marriage.
Ralph Lauren designer leaves toddler in hot car while bargain-hunting.
Bek Andersen photo of nude man freaks out some in SoHo, NYC.
Anti-gay laws feed HIV spread.
Big Brother's Zankie puts on a mini Madonna performance.
I think this person likes Madonna lots, too.
Underwear-clad burglars...recognize any?
The Levonias + La Lopez invade The Pines.
When did David Tyree decide to be straight?
Ex-Mayor Bloomberg stands with Israel on flight ban.
Barcelona's Gay Circuit fest prep, captured on video.
Check out the gallery above, including the guys' (shirtless) autographs...
I stopped by Sofia's Italian Grill (42 W. 48th St.) in NYC for a special signing of the 2015 (and 2014!) New York City Firefighters Calendar by several of the dangerously hot men featured in its pages.
Shot by Battman year after year, and this time raising $$$ to help burn victims, the calendar is a great value—I got the pair for $25. For that, you get not only 12 superbuff dudes to help you get through 2015, but over 150 small photos of the calendars' previous men, going all the way back to the '90s.
Enjoy the photos above, and buy the calendar here.
Colorado's same-sex marriage ban is struck down, ruling stayed. (For now.)
A court has ruled that Douglas Gotterba, who worked for John Travolta for years and allegedly had a torrid affair with him (talk about overtime), has the right to sue over a confidentiality agreement that Travolta's team says should restrain him from speaking (or writing) publicly about any private dealings between Gotterba and Travolta.
He hasn't won...yet.
I hate confidentiality agreements, and I hate when people—especially gay people—reflexively protect powerful closet cases. Yes, yes, there are plenty of people, adults, who are gay and aren't ready to actually be gay, yadda yadda. But by making gayness so special among all other secrets so that we get more upset when it is discussed than anything else, we're just marginalizing ourselves and agreeing with anti-gay people that gayness is some kind of extremely awful piece of information.
I hope he wins and I hope he gets to write the same exact kind of dishy tome countless heterosexuals have written about their heterosexual lovers. It's his life and his story, too—that should not belong exclusively to Travolta forever and a day, and I don't think the contract I saw—regarding Gotterba's old employer, not even Travolta himself—should make that be the case.