Saturday, 22 February 2014
There once was a time when you could be pretty certain if the guy you were checking out at the gym was gay. It was based off of telltale signs in his physical appearance, and of course, if eye contact was established, he was most likely cruising you.
However, times have changed. Trendy workout gear that was at one time favored solely by gay boys has found its way into the gym bags of straight men everywhere. And discovering another guy looking at you on the gym floor is no longer a guarantee of sexual attraction. After all, he might want nothing more than just to pick up a few pointers from you by watching your workout technique.
Thursday, 30 January 2014
Thirty-three couples, same-sex and opposite, were married Sunday night at the Grammy Awards in Los Angeles.
“It is my distinct honor to ask our participants to exchange rings and signal their commitment to each other,” said officiant Queen Latifah as the couples exchanged vows and Best New Artist Macklemore performed his marriage equality anthem “Same Love,” with contributions from Mary Lambert, and Madonna sang “Open Your Heart.”
See more photos and video from the moment below.
Saturday, 11 January 2014
Gay Games presented by the Cleveland Foundation, one of the biggest sports and cultural festivals in the world comes to the United States 9-16 August 2014.
Cleveland+Akron, Ohio, expects to welcome more than 10,000 participants from more than 65 countries. The 2014 Gay Games is about fun, games and culture too. The founding principles of Participation, Inclusion and Personal Best mean the Games are open to everybody regardless of sexual orientation, gender, transgender status, religion, nationality, political convictions, age, physical condition or athletic ability.
Thursday, 9 January 2014
Why dieting doesn't work? I think more and more people, including my guy friends, are embarking the "dieting journey" to loose weight, or gain weight whatsoever, and at the end of the day...What I usually get was "My diet plan doesn't work?!" I can't explain why it doesn't work, and maybe this video could.
Wednesday, 8 January 2014
Washington D.C. has been named the gayest city in the United States by LGBT-interest magazine The Advocate, in its annual ranking of queer-friendly cities.
Surprised that San Francisco didn't top the list? The Advocate has a unique way of ranking what cities are the “gayest” with a list of criteria intended to “uncover the hidden factors that give a city its queer cred.”
A city gets points for LGBT elected officials, the percentage of the population that are lesbian couple households, and whether it has bars listed in Out magazine’s 200 Best Bars list — as well as tongue-in-cheek points for concerts by Mariah Carey, Pink, Lady Gaga, or the Jonas Brothers. The points are then divided by the population, which gives a per capital LGBT quotient, according to The Advocate.
The magazine’s editors chose the nation’s capitol for its 17 gay elected officials, its many LGBT-friendly districts, and the presence of little-heralded gay icons like House Speaker John Boehner. “Bring extra Kleenex if you invite him over for a Nora Ephron flick on movie night,” said the magazine.
These are this year’s top five gayest cities:
1. Washington, D.C.
2. Pasadena, Calif.
3. Seattle, Wash.
4. Cambridge, Mass.
5. Atlanta, Ga.
Last year, Tacoma, Wash. was declared the gayest city, but D.C. was still in the top 5.