Leslie Jordan, the comedian best known nationally for his hilarious role of Beverley Leslie on the hit TV show Will and Grace, is no stranger to Hollywood. With other recurring roles on hit television shows including Boston Legal, Ugly Betty, and Desperate Housewives, the gay comic has brought his most recent project, “Fruit Fly,” with […]
When it comes to purely sexual attractions, we toss these desirable qualities in a long-term mate and idealize, instead, a different kind of stereotype: A bro.
No matter where we’re from we’re all familiar with this man – a cocky, athletic, beer-guzzling former frat boy with washboard abs and a questionable or nonexistent political worldview.
Dear Cycle Sluts,
I am thinking about trying drag but I don’t know where to begin. What do you suggest as the starting point?
Signed, “Wigs, Dresses and Shoes, Oh My!”
Last month I rode the Delta Airlines sleigh to the buckle of the Bible belt – Jackson, Mississippi. I marched down the streets of Fondren in the Sweet Potato Queens’ Zippity Do Dah Parade. My friend and author, Jill Conner Browne, unveiled her new book, ‘Fat Is the New 30: The Sweet Potato Queens’ Guide to Coping with (the crappy parts of) Life.’
Thus the seed is planted in a gay teenager’s mind for a lifelong dream: to write the first gay autobiography ever. A masterpiece, which, through steadily-progressing social acceptance – and despite some brief softcore erotic scenes – will join the literary cannon in middle-American high schools.
Deep inside every gay man is a starry-eyed young girl, obsessing over whether she is fat. In 2010, dating site OK Cupid took a snapshot of its users, gay and straight. The top interests that gay guys had but straight guys didn’t have were: The Devil Wears Prada, Mean Girls, Britney Spears, Kelly Clarkson, Project […]
To a gay person, groups of people in complete agreement are scary. It’s what happens in a totalitarian state, a Catholic school, church, or worst of all, the suburbs. Since those places are all horrible, a gay person is committed to constantly come up with ways his opinions and political views are different from everybody […]
Lets be real. Except for those rare occasions when we have the fortune of cheering our own town’s team – or cheering against Texas – we’re not in Super Bowl season for the football.
Some say 2012 will be humanity’s last year. On December 21, the Mayan calendar complets the thirteenth b’ak’tun of the current age. Last time that happened was 5,125 years ago – or 3114 BCE – when the Mayan creation story says the old universe was annihilated and the current one began. So will it happen […]
We’ve long argued gay people are on the forefronts of art, technology, and hot trends. Additionally, gay people are really good at talking openly about shit that should be private, mainly because the world itself is obsessed with talking openly about gay peoples’ private shit. All these roads lead to one fact: a blog is […]