In his new film Java Heat, Kellan Lutz does bare-chested pull-ups from the ceiling, no-feet pushups, then decides to get a Thai massage, baring his perfectly sculpted behind in these NSFW shots. Sadly, when he flips over, there’s a man blocking the shot just perfectly. The director should be fired.
In what has to be the funniest news to come out of Vatican City in a while, the Vatican bought a share in a giant Roman apartment block that just happens to house the largest gay men’s sauna in Europe. The priests will have a short commute.
Third place The X Factor finalist Christopher Maloney has come out as gay. ”Do you know what, I’m going to admit it – yeah. Honestly, I’ve never denied it or anything like that. It’s just that with the show it was always an inappropriate time or people just asked inappropriate questions.”
The Colorado House has given a voice vote approval to a civil unions bill, which has already passed the Senate. A final vote may come as early as today, with the law taking effect May 1. Opponents are livid that there is no religious exemption, so we’re going to see Catholic Charities stopping adoption services again and blaming the gays.
Cheyenne Jackson has replaced Sean Hayes in 6 Dance Lessons In 6 Weeks, based on the play by Richard Alfieri. It’s like a game of musical gays!
A New York judge has blocked the ban on large sugary sodas in New York City from going in effect today, saying the law is “fraught with arbitrary and capricious consequences.”
NASCAR driver and owner Brad Keselowski has attracted the attention of Westboro Baptist Church for pro-gay comments. “I can’t speak for the fans, I can only speak for myself, but in this garage, if you can win, people will want to be a part of what you can do.” The WBC is planning to protest, most likely when NASCAR comes to Kansas later this year.
A Keith Haring exhibition in Miami has shut down after the Keith Haring Foundation claimed that as much as 94% of the works weren’t actually authentic.
The Kentucky House has passed a law that would basically give anyone with a religious reason a license to discriminate against someone, be they gay, female, or any other minority group.
Talk about a Sophie’s Choice – Senator Lindsay Graham is likely getting a primary challenge from a GOProud Tea party activist. Is there a place to write in Mickey Mouse or someone else?
MTV thinks that Marvel Cinematic Universe needs some diversity by Phase 3, and they have some ideas, from the Wasp via Ant Man to Black Panther, plus adding in Wiccan, Hulkling, Xavin, and Striker to add some sorely needed GLBT characters via the S.H.I.E.L.D television show, “which would provide positive portrayals of LGBT youth that are incredibly essential to any diversification efforts.”
Cher will host the first TCM Friday Night Spotlight with A Woman’s World: The Defining Era of Women in Film (nice title, sounds familiar), presenting 17 handpicked films from the 1930s to the early 1950s to show the evolving role of women on the big screen.
This Saturday, if you’re in New York City, Union Hall in Park Slope will be hosting an erotic fanfiction competition. If you’re into that sort of thing.
The Boy Scouts have begun sending out survey packets full of leading questions about allowing out Scouts and Scout leaders to local chapters, soliciting input prior to voting on the issue in May.
Hit the Wall is a new stage production that attempts to tell the story of the Stonewall Uprising, but that Vulture says is filled with stock characters delivering drab commentary that lacks any of the fire of one of the most defining moments in gay history. The review is positively brutal.
The Regeneres Study, famous for bad peer reviews and skewed data, has been revealed as a tool commissioned to sway the Supreme Court on the gay marriage cases that are coming up later this month.
I don’t care how hot of a teacher you are, don’t use a shared school email address to arrage hookups on Craigslist. Besides being tacky, it will get you fired.
Kinky Boots will host a one-night only performance of the show March 20th to support the new Columbia University GLBT health initiative. The evening will include a cocktail hour with lyricist Cyndi Lauper.
Colton Haynes doesn’t know the moves to the dance everyone else is doing
John Stamos is the only man of Full House that hasn’t aged
Look at the shiny abs on Superman
Seriously, why has a guy as hot as Jonathan Taylor Thomas stayed away from the camera so long?
Doesn’t Zachary Quinto know you’re supposed to take off your clothes before getting in the pool?
Honestly someone had to make a prequel for Game of Thrones, and why not set it in high school, make all the families cliques, and add a race for prom king and queen? This is pretty much pitch perfect to me, and I can’t wait for the second episode.
Something else that made me laugh out loud was this review of Oz the Great and Powerful by Frank DeCaro, which is the gayest movie review I’ve ever watched, which is only fitting for the source material.
For something a little cuter rather than sassy, I present red panda cubs wrestling. And squeaking. Seriously, a dog would mistake them for a chew toy.
This has been everywhere, but I can’t resist hot men dancing. Kazaky put out a song to protest the “homosexual propaganda laws that seem to be spreading in Russia called “Crazy Law,” which seem pretty accurate. It’s not exactly a musical masterpiece, but you can always just hit mute.
Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein sat down with CBS news to discuss why he feels marriage equality is important, and why he made the video supporting it for the Human Rights Campaign. He characterizes it as a business decision about being able to attract and retain the best talent in a competitive marketplace. But I do really like the bit at the end, when he’s asked about conservative groups grousing that corporate America is being forced into taking an equality position. Because he sees it as achieving neutrality, and he’s right.
I didn’t find most of these things all that mindblowing as the title suggests, but I was fascinated at the blanks for a 2-liter bottle before they were shaped. Which of these mundane facts blew your mind?
Rebel Wilson manages to do what we’ve all dreamed of doing with Channing Tatum (well, part of what we dreamed), and all it took was a rocket launcher. Which is also something I’ve thought about in relation to Channing Tatum.
Levitation is possible – for liquids anyway. This is achieved with two speakers producing sound waves that interfere with each other perfectly, and was developed for drug interaction research.
Andre Talley sits down with Tom Ford to discuss his son Jack, his new runway collection, and when his next movie is going to happen. Can anyone imagine Tom Ford changing a diaper? But I do love what he says about why he changes a diaper.