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Glam Popper

Glam Popper

If record stores were still around, they’d have to add a new section because Anti-Bullying Anthems are popping up all over the place. Quite frankly, we love it. After all, the more positive LGBT messages that people can hear, the better. Stewart Taylor is a glam pop/R&B singer-songwriter with some serious Beyonce-worthy moves. He just […]

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Lazy Days Of Summer

Lazy Days Of Summer

Just because the weather’s warm and our wardrobe covers less skin doesn’t mean we’re suddenly motivated to be any more active than we are in winter. Sure, we like to stay as fit as possible, but we follow a strict formula of balancing every 30 minutes of exercise with an hour of day drinking. It’s […]

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Caged Heat & Hilarity

Caged Heat & Hilarity

June 12 is an orange-letter day. And it can’t come soon enough. That’s when the third season of our favorite vajajays-in-jail series returns to Netflix. Taylor Schilling, Uzo Aduba, Kate Mulgrew, Natasha Lyonne, Laverne Cox and Laura Prepon all return for more drama and all those tragic backstories we crave. But it’s always good to […]

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Dallas Edition

Big D In Your Hand

Big D In Your Hand

Pack your bags—then leave them at home. It’s time to explore a world-class city without ever stepping foot into an airport. When we travel, we’re so adventurous. Our explorative nature kicks into high gear and we want to see everything to truly absorb the culture. But we often overlook all the many fantastic attractions right […]

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Holiday Weekend Guide

Holiday Weekend Guide

We get a lot of reader feedback. Mostly about where you all can find the contact information for various underwear models, but also about the types of content we deliver. One of our most frequent requests is to bring back our Thursday weekend guide. Well, here you go. Each and every Thursday, we’ll present the […]

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Click ‘n Lick

Click ‘n Lick

We Scream. You Scream. But they bark for ice cream. Yes, your furry babies can enjoy a summertime treat and afterward you’ll enjoy years of awwwww-inducing photos. The Dog Photographer (a.k.a. Mica Ringo) is one of the most talented people we’ve ever known for capturing incredible puppy pics. This weekend at Dogs & Desserts, she’ll […]

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Moxie Mo Show

Apple TV Getting Major Overhaul at WWDC 2015

Apple TV Getting Major Overhaul at WWDC 2015

By on May 11, 2015 in Moxie Mo Show

Some of my favorite gadgets are the media-streaming consoles like my Xbox, Roku, and Apple TV. It appears Apple has some big plans for its Apple TV at next month’s WWDC 2015 developer conference. This post is brought to you by Bluehost.com. Use our Bluehost coupon code to save 42% off web hosting packages AND […]

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Uber Wants to Deliver You Food, Packages and More!

Uber Wants to Deliver You Food, Packages and More!

By on April 29, 2015 in Moxie Mo Show, Uncategorized

There’s no doubt Uber has taken off. Getting a car in less than 5 minutes almost from anywhere is pretty magical and it’s one of my favorite apps on my iPhone (and now Apple Watch). But Uber has bigger plans, according to reports, and they may soon be launching a new “merchant delivery program” using […]

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Android Wear’s Big Update is Coming: Competes with Apple Watch?

Android Wear’s Big Update is Coming: Competes with Apple Watch?

By on April 20, 2015 in Moxie Mo Show

Yes, I may have been on a hiatus for a few weeks, but I’m back and ready to keep you, my Moxie Mo Show fans, updated on all things moxie in technology. If you haven’t been living under a rock, you know the Apple Watch is about to show up on your “early adopter” friends’ wrists. You […]

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The 701 Club

Waco, Weirdos & A Whacko

Waco, Weirdos & A Whacko

By on May 20, 2015 in The 701 Club

These are End Times, Brothers and Sisters.  Join me in praying about these recent current events. Waco: I received much of my inspirational training at the Great Institution, Jerusalem on the Brazos, known to most sinners as Baylor University. The downside of studying the Word at this sanctified space is having to live in the […]

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Lawsuits, Listeria & American Losers

Lawsuits, Listeria & American Losers

By on May 13, 2015 in The 701 Club

Let us join as one, Brothers and Sisters, as we revisit this week’s top stories and editorial filth. Mid America Legalism: God bless Sister Sylvia Ann Driskell, God’s Ambassador in Nebraska. This fine Christian woman has filed suit in U.S. District Court of Omaha against ALL homosexuals. I am not a lawyer, so I have […]

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The 701 Club: Royal Births, Women Candidates & Christian Camp

The 701 Club: Royal Births, Women Candidates & Christian Camp

By on May 6, 2015 in The 701 Club

The Lord has revealed immense truths to me this week, my dear readers.  May these words be a blessing to you today. Royal Baby: Brother Billy Windsor and his lovely bride, Kate, have revealed the fruits of their latest royal fornication and have brought into this world a baby girl. What a blessing indeed. And […]

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Queer In The Kitchen

Beef Sliders Three Ways

Beef Sliders Three Ways

Do you ever find yourself trying to please multiple palates and always come up short? If you have multiple children, you are well aware. Now, imagine those children are older, bitchier and LOVE a good Broadway show. That’s basically what it’s like cooking for a bunch of gays.           Most of our […]

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Ode To Ina: Chicken Parmesan

Ode To Ina: Chicken Parmesan

In case you didn’t know she was THAT perfect, Ina Garten was once a nuclear policy analyst for the White House. While that is impressive an accomplishment, her version of chicken Parmesan is far more noteworthy to us. This is not the rubbery, deep fried bird covered in bad marinara at every sad food court’s Sbarro. No, […]

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Shaved Asparagus Salad

Shaved Asparagus Salad

Stinky pee or not, I can’t get enough of asparagus. Roasted, blanched, steamed, or grilled, like a desperate single at last call, I’ll take it however I can get it. I was recently introduced to a new form: raw and shaved. There’s a highly inappropriate, NSFW joke somewhere in there, but refrain.      This method is […]

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Pink Traveler

St. Regis Monarch Bay

St. Regis Monarch Bay

By on May 11, 2015 in Pink Traveler

Southern California is one of our favorite places in the United States. The weather is perfect, the landscape lush and the views from mountain-to-sea are stunning. Checking into the St. Regis Monarch Beach in Dana Point, the latter is the showstopper. From high on the hills of Monarch Beach, the resort’s main building presides over […]

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Space Case

Space Case

Sci-fi doesn’t really do it for us. (Except maybe William Shatner back in the day.) But sci-reality? We simply can’t get enough. And one of the most fascinating experiences in the entire country can be found at Space Center Houston. Now home to a replica space shuttle piggy-backed on a real jumbo jet displayed just […]

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Sleeping Around West Hollywood

Sleeping Around West Hollywood

When it comes to California dreamin’, we’ve been laying ourselves down for a few vivid nocturnal fantasies. Maybe a little sleep, too. After years of sleeping around, here are our five favorite hotels in West Hollywood. The Standard One of the original “cool spots” on the Sunset Strip, The Standard has in recent years found […]

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The Blog

The Struggle Is Real(ly Beautiful)

The Struggle Is Real(ly Beautiful)

By on May 20, 2015 in Blog, Cooped Up

Being gay is really hard. Between keeping up the impeccably decorated home and whipping up gourmet bites on the fly when guests drop in, the struggle is real, y’all…not to mention those of us with kids. Even though they’re the best-behaved, best-dressed children on Planet Earth, it’s still work. So, sometimes we have to let […]

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Mentors: We Need You More Than Ever In The LGBT Movement

Mentors: We Need You More Than Ever In The LGBT Movement

By on May 18, 2015 in Blog

By: Jonathan D. Lovitz, Director of Communications at StartOut and a prominent LGBT business and political advocate Marriage equality will (hopefully) be the law of the land as soon as this summer, and we’ll be dancing in the streets from Stonewall to the Golden Gate Bridge. But what happens after marriage equality? The LGBT community has […]

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Cha Cha, Bitch

Cha Cha, Bitch

By on May 4, 2015 in Blog

We don’t know who AB Soto is, but we love him. Imagine if Cazwell and Liberace made sweet love and had a baby boy, we think this would be him. Dripping in sequins and plenty of sex appeal (¡ay, Papi!), not only is the video fun, it’s really, really nice to look at. Now, what are you waiting […]

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Ken Said

10 Question in 10 Minutes with Tom Peters

10 Question in 10 Minutes with Tom Peters

By on October 28, 2014 in Ken Said

Catching up with Tom Peters is no easy task. The Berlin-based DJ, music producer, promoter and clothing designer is a nonstop creative machine. Known by many as the man behind a line of T-shirts adorned with clever, heartfelt slogans, Peters is also making big waves as DJ/music producer. He’s built a loyal following on a […]

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This Is Why You’re Forty and Single

This Is Why You’re Forty and Single

By on July 22, 2014 in Ken Said

It’s widely regarded that if you’re not partnered up by the time you’re forty, you’re damaged goods, past your sell-by date and risk being put in the dating half-off bin. We all know that’s a bunch of crap. I mean, there are plenty of fantastic guys out there far north of forty. (Okay, maybe not […]

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3 Totally Obvious Fitness Tips You’re Not Doing

3 Totally Obvious Fitness Tips You’re Not Doing

By on May 20, 2014 in Ken Said

It’s safe to say that the whole fitness industry has gotten a little out of hand. Every other day there’s a new miracle ‘must-have’ supplement or training program promising to take us all from chubby to chiseled. What’s ever more astonishing is how easily we can get hooked into the supplement spending frenzy, and completely […]

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