American soap operas are miles behind their brutish counterparts. More than a single gay couple on a show at a time? Insanity!
But, a much as I’ve loved watching the dramas of Ste and Harry on Hollyoaks now that it’s on Hulu, it will never have the same place in my heart occupied by Days of Our Lives. Continue reading Gays of Our Lives, Back in Full Swing
I remember reading in Tina Fey’s autobiography about her slow realization that the gay men in her life were actual humans with emotions, wants, and needs in place of sexless floating entities there for her entertainment. Continue reading People Different Than You Have Sex
We all have that music. Those playlists. Mine include Marina and The Diamonds, assorted RuPaul’s Drag Race queens, and most artists on this ONTD post.
What are your guilty-pleasure icons?
The Gay and Wondrous Life of Caleb Gallo, a web series from Brian Jordan Alvarez I wrote about a while back, is the best television series I have seen in the last few years.
Each episode is filled with great energy that just doesn’t stop. Coming up on the 2 year anniversary of the project, it still holds up–possibly even getting better with age. And, with the return of Will & Grace, it deserves another look.
People like to compare the series to a modern Will & Grace (funny, given that the modern Will & Grace we got isn’t very modern at all). I disagree. This isn’t just a show about a gay man and his straight female best friend. Continue reading Gay, Wondrous, and Highly Entertaining
This is maybe the best new original YouTube content I have seen in a very long time.
I never knew Leviticus
disallowed so many things. Here’s a sample:
- Burning any yeast or honey in offerings to God (2:11)
- Failing to include salt in offerings to God (2:13)
- Eating fat (3:17)
- Eating blood (3:17)
- Failing to testify against any wrongdoing you’ve witnessed (5:1)
- Failing to testify against any wrongdoing you’ve been told about (5:1)
- Touching an unclean animal (5:2)
- Carelessly making an oath (5:4)
- Deceiving a neighbour about something trusted to them (6:2)
- Finding lost property and lying about it (6:3)
The full list of 75.
Even more at “Banned by the Bible” on Tumblr.