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September 19th, 2018

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Coverboy Bernard of New York City

Bernard of New York City

 


Slinging Code

By Daddy

Las Vegas, NV — I'll be working on the reducing the bug list for the next couple days. The two 'Annoying Bugs' are now history. When I get bored wiping out the bug list, I'll start working on the backend processing again.

Remember to vote in November, that's our next chance to start shifting the Government back to the middle or to the left. The Mid-Terms tend to have a light turnout; We can't afford to let this chance to set things right slip through our fingers. I haven't supported the Democrat or Republican parties in several decades so I plan to vote independent. Can you imagine the havoc a three party Congress would have on the Good Ol' Boy network?'

Thank-you for your donations! September is now covered and any more donations this month will go back into the reserves. My reserves are at the 25% level and are stable for the moment. After that I have enough for October and perhaps November. Hopefully the Flirt4free commissions will pick up by then. Any help is welcome.

Out.com Darren Criss - Emmys

These Emmys Red Carpet Looks Will Snatch Your Wig

By Staff

Hollywood — The star took home the award for best actor in a limited series or movie for his portrayal of Andrew Cunanan in FX's 'The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story.' (More)

Garrett Clayton Joins 'RuPaul' Stars at the 21st Gay Days at Disneyland

By Staff

Anaheim, CA — The 2018 Gay Days at Disneyland are set to take place Friday, October 5 to Sunday, October 7. For its 21st year, the event is expected to attract more than 30,000 LGBT park-hoppers from California and all over the country. They will enjoy Disneyland in a way that it can only be experienced during Gay Days. (More)

TowelRoad.com Miguel Diaz-Canel — Supports Equal Marriage

Cuba’s New President Backs Equal Marriage Rights for All:

By Andy Towle

Cuba — Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel said in his first interview since taking office that he backs equal marriage rights for all. (More)

Gay Star News

Gay Hollyoaks Star Nathan Sussex On Why Straight Men Can Play Gay Roles (And Vice Versa)

By Jamie Tabberer

BBC — ‘At first I was a bit disappointed’ says Nathan. ‘I thought, “why are they casting a straight character in a gay role?” But then I had to look at myself. I’m a gay man playing heterosexual [characters]. I thought, “hang on, I can’t really join in this debate.” (More)

queerty.com Rupauls Drag Race - Makes History At Emmys

“RuPaul’s Drag Race” Makes History At The Emmys

By David Grant

Hollywood — If there was any confusion about RuPaul‘s Drag Race hitting the mainstream (there wasn’t), it was squarely put to rest Monday night at the 70th annual Primetime Emmy Awards, where the show picked up an unprecedented five wins. (More)

New “Will & Grace” Preview Is Raining Guest Stars and Plotlines

By Lester Fabian Brathwaite

Hollywood —As far as reboots go, Will & Grace is one of the best, but as Will Truman, aka, Eric McCormack puts it in a preview of the second season (courtesy of Entertainment Tonight), the theme for last year was “the more things change the more things stay the same” — we were reintroduced to some old fiends and almost immediately fell back into a familiar groove. But this year they’re shaking things up. (More)

365 Gay Alex Powers - SouthBeach Heat

An Insider’s View of Porn During the Last Golden Age

By Christopher Harrity

Hollywood — Is gay adult entertainment a viable part of gay culture? It has been a part of The Advocate's history since it's founding in 1967. So simply enough, yes. (More)