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Friday, 29 April 2011

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National Masterbation Month

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Royal Wedding (Congrats to the Royal Couple!) VIDEO Streaming Below

 Watch as it happens below
The countdown to the Royal Wedding is underway.
Kate Middleton stepped out Thursday evening in a printed dress, as the public got one last look at her before the big day. The ceremony is slated to begin at 6 a.m. Eastern Time.
We'd love for you to follow along and watch live

Go to huffingtonpost.com for more info 
Find all you need to know about the Royal Wedding with this guide and our Big News page.


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Thursday, 28 April 2011

Prince William Nude? U b the judge

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Marines trained on accepting gay recruits as military ends 'don't ask, don't tell'

By Jennifer Madison of www.dailymail.co.uk
  • Soldiers warned to adhere to orders and not personal beliefs
The Marine Corps is on its final stretch of training to prepare for gays to openly serve in the military, ending the 17-year-old policy commonly known as 'don't ask, don't tell.'
The latest round of training material asks Marines to consider their reactions to a range of scenarios, including seeing a fellow member holding a banner promoting gay rights as he or she participates in a parade.
Training for the Army, Navy, Air Force and Marines began early this year and is expected to finish by June 1.
Training session: U.S. Marines attended a training session on Thursday to familiarise themselves with the military's repeal of the 'don't ask, don't tell' policy
Training session: U.S. Marines attended a training session on Thursday to familiarise themselves with the military's repeal of the 'don't ask, don't tell' policy

On Thursday, members of the 1st Marine Logistics Group reported to class at Camp Pendleton, California to study the latest round of training material.
Briefing material for Marine instructors states: 'These changes are about policy. The policy is about adherence to orders and behaviour, and not about beliefs.'

It explains there is nothing wrong with 'hanging around' a gay bar, and the officer who witnesses the loud locker-room banter aimed at gays and lesbians should remind the Marines any discrimination or harassment is inappropriate.
For those who oppose the new policy, the Marine Corps says it doesn't expect anyone to change their personal beliefs. Still, everyone must follow orders.
Briefing: Marines are asked to consider reactions to scenarios including seeing a member 'hanging around' a gay bar to hearing locker-room jokes
Briefing: Marines are asked to consider reactions to scenarios including seeing a member 'hanging around' a gay bar to hearing locker-room jokes
The training material continues: 'You remain obligated to follow orders that involve interaction with others who are gay or lesbian, even if an unwillingness to do so is based on strong, sincerely held moral or religious beliefs.'
A top-notch recruiter who opposes the new policy cannot refuse a promising applicant on grounds of sexual orientation but might be considered for another assignment and, at the discretion of the Navy secretary, may be granted early discharge.
Chaplains who preach at base chapels that homosexuality is a sin are entitled to express their religious beliefs during worship.
General James Amos, the Marine Corps commandant, testified in Congress earlier this month the Marines expect to finish training on the new policy by June 1.
House Military Personnel: Subcommittee members listened on during the April 1 hearing on the implementation for the repeal of 'don't ask, don't tell'
House Military Personnel: Subcommittee members listened on during the April 1 hearing on the implementation for the repeal of 'don't ask, don't tell'
General Amos testified last year that permitting gays to openly serve could disrupt smaller combat units and distract leaders from preparing for battle.
When he appeared this month before the House Armed Services Committee, he said he had been looking for problems that might arise under the new policy and hadn't found any 'recalcitrant pushback.'
'There has not been the anxiety over it from the forces in the field,' he said.
Although President Barack Obama signed the legislation in December, training and certification must be complete before the repeal before the ban is lifted.
As a result, gay rights of those in service remain restricted under the 'don't ask, don't tell' policy.
Just this week, a lesbian cadet who resigned from West Point has been rejected for readmission to the academy because of her sexuality.
Officials at the U.S. Military Academy said they had no choice but to reject Katherine Miller's application, because the repeal of the 'don't ask, don't tell' policy barring gays from serving openly in the military is not in effect yet.

New Beyonce & Gaga Singles Perform Disappointingly

Posted by Andrew Unterberger via Popdust.com

Sometimes, pop stars can reach a peak of popularity so high and so seemingly unassailable that you forget that, like any other artist out there, they’re still subject to the whims and opinions of the general public. When Lady Gaga and Beyoncé announced new singles to be released this month, many pop prognosticators predicted each to soar to the top of the charts on iTunes sales alone in their debut week—as Gaga had done recently with her “Born This Way” single, and Beyoncé certainly seemed capable of doing with her first single in two years. Results, however, did not come close to meeting expectations.
“Judas” ended up debuting at #10 on the charts last week—a disappointing showing, but one excusable by not having a complete week’s worth of sales (the song was officially released on a Friday) to work with. However, rather than improving this week with a full seven days’ worth of sales at its disposal, it has slipped back down to #12. It doesn’t look to get much better from here, as “Judas” has now fallen to #19 on the iTunes chart—three lower even than “Born This Way,” which has already been out for nearly the entire calendar year. Performances on Ellen and Idol may help the song regain some traction, as could an expected bounce in airplay, but topping the Hot 100 seems highly unlikely at this point.
Still, the outlook is positively rosy for “Judas” when compared to the performance of the new Beyoncé single. After drawing mixed reviews from fans and critics, “Run the World (Girls)” failed to reach anywhere near its projected sales, debuting at a supremely disappointing #33 on the charts this week, with nearly a full week of sales behind it. “Run the World” has already plummeted to #39 on the iTunes chart, lower than songs by such noted chart luminaries as Mike Posner and Jana Kramer (??). According to The Prophet Blog, Queen B moved just 77,000 units with her comeback single in its first week, sales comparable to those of Christina Aguilera’s 2010 flop “Not Myself Tonight.” Yikes.
So what lesson can be learned here? Well, the quality unifying the two highly-anticipated releases here was that they both were, for lack of a better descriptor, pretty weird. “Judas” talked of feet-washing and ear condoms in strange accents over a barnstorming Euro-techno beat, while “Run the World” was built around a skittering sample from a duo of hipster dancehall-enthusiast DJs and assigned its verses and choruses seemingly at random. If you heard either song without knowing (or being able to guess) who the artists behind them were and were then asked to predict whether or not they would become mainstream hits, chances are pretty damn good you’d answer in the negative.
However, we expected their respective fans to understand their intentions and embrace their songs unreservedly, because…well, because they’re Beyoncé and Lady Gaga, two of the biggest pop stars of recent memory, and ones who have displayed a knack over their careers for making the strange seem quickly normal. But maybe you can only push the envelope so far before meeting some kind of resistance, or maybe some Gaga and Beyonce fans just didn’t care for the quirks of these two particular songs. Either way, it’s a good reminder that regardless of stature, all pop artists are only living from hit to hit, and that previously banked credit will only get you so far when your new song just isn’t doing it for the American public.

Random Cool Shit: Beyonce's New Single 'Run The World (Girls)' Fails To Hit Top Spot In U.S.

By CJ Rutter www.taletela.com
But it's had 77,000 downloads...
Beyonce's new single 'Run The World (Girls)' has failed to steal the number one spot from Katy Perry and Kanye West but has landed in at number 33 on the Billboard Hot 100.
The new single, which samples Major Lazer's 'Pon de Floor', has been download over 77,000 times since being released on iTunes last week, according to reports.
BeyBey's latest track will be her first single from her highly-anticipated fourth studio album and its video, which was directed by Francis Lawrence, is expected to debut next month.
What do you think of Beyonce's new single?

Real World's Dustin Zito Comes Clean About Gay Porn Past


The Real World's 24-year-old Dustin Zito, who made headlines for his gay-for-pay porn past (and the subsequent attempts to eradicate said past from the internet), came clean to his TV girlfriend on last night's episode.
At first the former Fratmen.com model — who has demonstrated blatant homophobia on previous Real World episodes — denied having sex on camera, but quickly caved.
"Wait...what? I didn't get taped having sex. Yeah, OK, I got naked and stuff. There wasn't no touching involved."
“So, you never did anything where you touched anyone else?” asks the girlfriend.
“On a video, yes, I did.”

Tuesday, 26 April 2011

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This Saturday at 3pm LIVE: Part 2 of Brent Everett & Matthew Singer

Watch: Darren Criss Serenades Chris Colfer in Full Keane Clip from Tonight's 'Born This Way' Glee Episode

Kurt: cute in a quirky sorta way.
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Budweiser 'Coming Home' Video: Gay Military Theme? (VIDEO)

Via Huffpo:
Budweiser released a new military-themed ad on Tuesday, and some are speculating that it is aimed at the gay community.
The ad, which is viewer-restricted on YouTube, shows a soldier calling a man and saying, "it's me. I'm coming home." It then shows a split screen, with the soldier getting ready to go home and the man preparing a party for him. At the end of the ad, the man is at the front of a group of people welcoming the soldier home, and the two hug.
All of this got the site After Elton wondering if Budweiser had essentially crafted the first-ever post-Don't Ask Don't Tell gay military ad. "Is the commercially intentionally gay or not?" the site mused. "Well, only Budweiser knows for sure, but if you substituted a woman for PB, it would read pretty much exactly like a heterosexual relationship."

Raja wins ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ (of course!)

America’s next drag superstar is … the one who should have won, Raja (totally not your mama’s drag queen) took the crown on the reality drag show’s third season. RuPaul’s Drag Race (on LOGO) has a history of crowning queens who’ve purely rested on pretty and have been devoid of any real personality. Finally, a lady-boy who’s pretty AND has talent won, hallelujah!
Raja - RuPaul's Drag Race
The final three hopefuls came down to Manilla Luzon, Alexis Mateo and Raja (no last name, just like Cher or Madonna). The girls filmed a music video with Mama-Ru for her 2009 dance single, Champion, in which they were dressed as dragged up Greek goddesses.
On the runway, each girl brought her unique own brand of drag, but only one was going to sashay away with the title, crown and prizes. Looks like RuPaul (whose new album Glamazon was just released) has been paying attention and decided the winner needed to be someone who could hold her own and really headline the Drag Race Pride Tour and be a bankable personality she could attach her name to.
RuPaul's Drag Race

And in case you do, CLICK HERE to find out who wins!!!!

And the winner is…
Multiple sources close to production of the third season of RuPaul's Drag Race have revealed to PerezHilton.com that Raja has taken home the title of top Drag Queen!
A deserving winner, we'd say!
Thoughts?? Who do U think should win the competition??

Monday, 25 April 2011

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So Many Hotties! pic from Boardwalk

Group Picture from this weekend with Brent Everett, Mike rivers, Steve
Pena, Alexander Garrett & Cliff Jensen http://t.co/vzPUAyS

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Will u Watch the Rupaul Finale

It's that time again. RuPaul and her "Mary" band of judges will make the hardest decision of the season: Who will win Season 3 of "RuPaul's Drag Race"?

This season has been full of drama as we've seen some spills and thrills - and that was just during the lip-syncs for their lives. Season 3 took the competition to a whole new level as the women split into two groups: The "Heathers" vs. the "Boogers." Halleloo!

Now, we're left with three queens standing. They'll vie for the glamour and notoriety of being known as "America's Next Drag Superstar." And, yes, the prizes: A headlining spot on Logo's Drag Race Tour, a lifetime supply of Kryolan Professional Makeup, and a cash prize of $75,000.

The final contestants are:

Raja: The leader of the "Heathers," she was the frontrunner from the season's beginning. Raja brought high fashion to the catwalk and kept it catty going in the workroom. She's a makeup artist by day and sees herself as an edgy high fashion model by night.

Alexis Mateo: Bam! Alexis kept it real all season. There are so many aspects of this Latin queen that didn't sit well with the judges. They didn't get her penchant for over-the-top flair and her pride in those bigger than life hips. Their comments got the best of her sometimes, but she never gave up and she's the last standing of the "Boogers."

Manila Luzon: She has rarely had a flawless moment. As a member of the "Heathers," she helped pick off (excuse the pun) the "Boogers" one by one. She can make anything look glamorous with just enough camp to keep it drag-licious.

The "RuPaul's Drag Race" finale airs Monday, April 25 at 10 p.m. ET on Logo.

I'm a sucker for a boy in a hat

Sunday, 24 April 2011

Marines In Afghanistan Pay Homage To Britney Spears In Amazing Viral Video

Via Mediaite.com 
The “Military Performing Pop Sensations” meme is apparently still going strong, and it appears that our troops become better and better performers with every new viral hit. After releasing breathtaking renditions of Lady Gaga’s “Telephone” and Ke$ha’s “Blah Blah Blah,” the latest single to come out of Afghanistan is Britney Spears’s “Hold It Against Me”: an impressively elaborate affair.
This time it’s not the Army, but the 266 Rein Marines who put together the video– replete with all sorts of military vehicles, charming hip thrusts atop sand dunes, breathtaking locales and a couple of phallic symbols to stay true to the original artist–

The memorable part is the two guys on the rock doing the Hand Dance. See it and you'll know what i mean. WERK IT GIRLS! (It's at the 1:15 min mark)

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