Saturday, September 12, 2009

Man Candy

Hey... Remember Jonathan Bennett from Mean Girls?

I know I do.

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Friday, September 11, 2009

La Coacha - "Gaydar"

This is a hilarious parody of the Britney Spears song "Radar" brought about by Latina comedienne and gossip blogger La Coacha. The video was executive produced by Perez Hilton and, I have to confess, legitimately made me LOL.

Some of the jokes and references made in the lyrics may not make sense to those who have not lived or spent time in Los Angeles / West Hollywood, but nonetheless, it's still highly entertaining in my opinion.

Pogo vs. Sony

I was going to share something new here, but apparently my Australian lover Pogo hit a snag with his latest (and ultimately fantastic) track entitled "Bangarang". The piece and the accompanying video, made using clips from the film Hook, have been pulled from the web at the insistence from Sony Pictures Entertainment that he is violating copyright laws.

While Pogo proclaims that he simply wants freedom of creative expression, others argue that Sony should embrace his work since similar YouTube videos have proven profitable for other studios and artists by which the pieces were inspired. Most notably, the forces behind Monty Python encouraged clips and segments on YouTube, noticing a significant sales increase in their DVD's thereafter.

Pogo and his fans also argue that Sony is ignoring the United States Fair Use policy which "allows limited use of copyrighted material without requiring permission from the rights holders".

Fans are making continual attempts to re-upload the video, but each gets taken down with the same copyright claim. If you go to YouTube you might just be able to find one posted that's yet to be sniffed out and taken down.

Hopefully this pans out in favor of my honorary Aussie boyfriend. Meantime, here's another favorite of mine entitled "Scrumdiddlyumptious" which uses bits from the classic movie musical Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.

Michael Urie Should Ask Me Out: Reason Eight

Reason #8: Because he'd be hard-pressed to find someone as enthusiastic as I am about his performance last February for Broadway Backwards 4. Broadway Backwards is an annual benefit concert put on by New York's LGBT Center. The always star-studded event takes the most well-known Broadway songs and changes the gender for whom the song was originally written.

In this case, my would-be lover Michael sings Sondheim's "Getting Married Today" from the musical Company, along with Becki Newton and Christopher Kale Jones.

Now I've seen legendary comediennes like Carol Burnett and Madeline Kahn kick this song's ass with their comedic force in the past. While Michael may not quite be on that pedestal, I still think that he has brought his own unique style to this piece and really sold it with everything he had.

If I'd been at the concert, I totally would've put out just for this performance alone.

Hey, Michael! Meet me in the green room after your performance so I can properly reward you for it!

A Gay Moment: Gerard Butler and Michael C. Hall

This Gay Moment is brought to you by the film Gamer.

Gerard: Why didn't you return my calls?! Why?!

Michael: Because I knew it would make you mad which is when I find you the most irresistible, you sexy fuck.

Thursday, September 10, 2009

Concerning Underwear

My friend Brandon maintains a site aimed at sex education for the "inquiring queer" ( As part of that education he asked me to write an article about one of my passions: Underwear!

Check out the article I wrote for him by Clicking Here!

And read everything on his site henceforth. You'll thank me later.

As a reminder, you can shop for the best fashion undies at the following sites: