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Tuesday morning : Jamie

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I was assured Jamie was a super nice guy, and wow…he really is. Very calm, self-assured, beautiful eyes. Dreamy.


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May 24, 2011 at 1:57 am

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Eye Candy : Andrew & Ralph Hudson

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Life isn’t fair.

That’s not a complaint, just an observation. Some guys can go to the gym for two hours a day and never be ripped. Others never pick up a weight but still have a perfect body.

Andrew is definitely in the latter category.

Stepping out onto the poolside patio COLT Man Ralph Hudson enjoys the warm sun as he slowly reveals more and more skin. Sporting a tight COLT tank top, Ralphís muscles are busting at the seams. While flexing those arms, lifting up his shirt, and feeling the warm sun on his hot muscular body Ralph begins to bust out down below as well.

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April 29, 2011 at 4:30 pm

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Eye candy : Topher | Quote : Amy Winehouse

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Topher DiMaggio reveals his sexy butt.

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Celeb quote of the day

I don’t think your ability to fight has anything to do with how big you are. It’s to do with how much anger is in you.

Amy Winehouse

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April 23, 2011 at 11:45 am


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Our site is changing! We now focus more on entertainment than news so our next posts will be different from the old ones. But we hope you’ll still enjoy our blog!

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January 14, 2011 at 8:06 pm

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Supreme Court decided not to hear an appeal from a gay captain

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The US Supreme Court rejected Monday a challenge to the “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy barring gays from openly serving in the military, refusing to hear an appeal brought by an ex-army captain.

The Army discharged James E. Pietrangelo simply for being gay. Capt Pietrangelo’s appeal was opposed by the US government, which argued in papers submitted to the court that the ban was “rationally related to the government’s legitimate interest in military discipline and cohesion”.

The Supreme Court offered no explanation for its decision.

The “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy was hatched in 1993 as a compromise after President Bill Clinton failed in an attempt to overturn an existing ban on gay service members. The awkward compromise limited the military’s ability to ask service members about their sexual orientation (don’t ask) and allowed homosexuals to serve provided they kept quiet about their sexual orientation (don’t tell) and refrained from homosexual acts.

The ostensible rationale was that the known presence of gay men and lesbians would undermine morale and unit cohesion, but as it turned out, the policy caused its own kind of damage to military readiness. Thousands of service members have been discharged from duty at a time when the military is stretched by wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. The loss of highly skilled interpreters and intelligence analysts has been especially damaging.

President Obama said during the campaign that he would work to overturn the ban, but he has made no move beyond asking the Pentagon to assess the implications. Military leaders seem cool to lifting the ban, but we hope they do a fair and honest job. Members of the military and of the general public are much more receptive to the notion of accepting gays than they were in 1993.

Advocates for gay soldiers believe that the administration, on its own, has the authority to prevent the discharge of gay people, perhaps by issuing “stop-loss” orders such as those used to keep troops serving past their original commitments in Iraq – many unwillingly. How much better to use the power to prevent the loss of gay service members eager to keep serving.

President Obama should see if there is indeed any action he could take on his own while awaiting the military’s assessment. In the end, it will be up to Congress to root out “don’t ask, don’t tell” by overturning the law that brought it about.

Gay rights activists vowed to continue to campaign for an end to the ban, despite the court’s ruling.

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June 10, 2009 at 6:07 pm

At least 50,000 turn up at gay festival Europride in Zurich

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At least 50 000 people turned out for the European gay and lesbian parade Europride’s annual festival in the Swiss city of Zurich on Saturday, June 07. Political speakers included politician and publicist Daniel Cohn Bendit, the mayor of Zurich city, Corinne Mauch, and the Moldovan human rights activist Mihaela Copot.

“Up to now, there are about 50,000 people participating in the parade, but there will be some more people coming for the festivities later today,” organiser Michael Rueegg said. Rueegg was optimistic that a heavy downpour in the late afternoon would not dampen the festive spirit.

This year’s Europride coincides with the 40th anniversary of the first gay rights movements in the United States.

Zurich, Switzerland’s biggest city, is festooned with the movement’s traditional rainbow colours for the occasion, under the impetus of its recently elected Socialist Party mayor, Corine Mauch, who is openly lesbian.

The festival, in the home of the country’s conservative business and economic establishment, is not without its critics.

Organisers of the Mr Switzerland pageant have expressly warned their current male icon, Andre Reithbuch, to stay away from the parade, the Swiss tabloid Blick reported.

And the Christian Social Union (BCS), a lobby group, has called for the defence of the “Christian family model” and is launching a poster and leaflet campaign during Europride.

Rueegg said that he had seen some people handing out their leaflets, but added that the parade had taken place in a festive mood so far.

“I saw a few straight couples and I went to ask them why they were here, and they found my questions very absurd. They said: ‘why shouldn’t we be here, it’s where the party is,'” said Rueegg.

The festival, which was held for the first time in London in 1993, takes place in a different European city every year, attracting participants from all over the continent. Next year EuroPride will take place in Warsaw.

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June 7, 2009 at 4:48 pm

Baron Cohen’s landing at MTV Movie Awards was a rehearsed stunt

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Eminem has apparently admitted the stunt involving Sacha Baron Cohen at the MTV Movie Awards was staged.

“I’m thrilled that we pulled this off better than we rehearsed it,” the rapper told web site Rap Radar

“It had so many people going ‘nuts’ so to speak. Everyone was blowing me up about it.”

Eminem said when he left the show, he went back to his hotel and laughed for three hours, including as he watched the playback.

The rapper called himself a “big fan” of Baron Cohen, who he said approached him about the gag while he was in Europe. “Sacha called me when we were in Europe and he had an idea to do something outrageous at the Movie Awards. I’m a big fan of his work so I agreed to get involved with the gag.”

The Detroit rapper wasn’t the first choice target of the British provocateur to promote his upcoming movie “Bruno.” The victim was to have been celebrity heiress Paris Hilton but she declined, Life & Style magazine said on its website.

Eminem’s admission confirms what the show’s head writer Scott Aukerman admitted earlier this week on his Tumblr. “Yes, the Bruno/Eminem incident was staged. That’s all anyone wants to talk about, so let’s get it out of the way. They rehearsed it at dress and yes, it went as far as it did on the live show then,” Aukerman wrote in a post that was eventually deleted.

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June 5, 2009 at 7:03 pm

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