Tuesday, April 27, 2010

A Marque-Free Glee?

Howdy Gals & Gays!

So sorry I've been MIA. I'm not going to sit here and apologize for my atrocities because that would just add to the aura of gaucheness I've already committed, but let's just say I've been one well distributed mother-mother.

Enough of this ca-ca! Let's get down to the nitty grit, shall we?


The finale of RuPaul's Drag Race was last night and although I'm devoutly Team JuJu and a staunch admirer of Miz Raven, I can totally see why she chose "The Other Tyra" Sanchez as America's Next Drag Superstar. Even though her 'tude needed a 'lil fine-tuning, her look was flawless and she consistently turned it out.

Congrats Miz Tyra!

Just read on The Advocate.com that "Ugly Betty" alum and inspirational little lovebug Mark Indelicato (Justin) can't participate in Fox's open call for Glee because he's only 15!

Um -- What's wrong with these people? Marquee Mark and Glee would go together like Sue Sylvester and Madge's 90's tittays!

First off, that little man should be having himself an agent that can pound the door between he and Glee right down. For seconds, they'd be stoo-pid to look that little gift show pony right in the uvula. Let him werque his magic all the way to Nationals! And into little Kurt's heart perhaps? Or at least into his 2xist boxer briefs?

For all you Gleeks out there, take a solid moment to check out my pal Brett Berk's Vanity Fair.com interview with cutie Chris Colfer!

FOX reports that three bisexual men filed a lawsuit to the tune of $75k each against the North American Gay Amateur Athletic Alliance (NAGAAA) claiming they were discriminated against for not being gay enough to participate in the organization's Gay Softball World Series!

They claim their softball team, D2, was "disqualified from participating in the softball championship because the alliance ruled they were 'nongay.'" During a hearing on the matter back in 2008, the 'nongays' say they were asked a series of "personal and intrusive questions" about their "sexual orientations and desires." They allege they were told, "This is the Gay World Series, not the Bisexual World Series."

Guess it's not okay to play for the other team when your bat that swings both ways!


And ain't he a hottie? Just have yourself a gander at those glaring baby aquas and those impeccable fingerwaves!

The first openly gay comic book character will his debut in no. 202 of Veronica Comics. In "Isn't It Bromantic," Kevvie prefers Jughead's palate over Veronica's wiles.

How long until we get to admire his 2D pecs?


Don't miss this HIGH-larious take on High Priestess GaGa and Honey Bee's latest smash, Telephone!

Just when you thought I couldn't get any gayer, my hubs scored us tix to the PFLAG Straight For Equality gala this Saturday night, where the guest of honor is none other than the Holiest Hag Of All Hags, L.I.Z.A. That's right. He's blowing the dust off the tux and I'll be clad in...something with heels. It'll be Ha-gala Heaven, fo' sho!

Stay tuned for my report!

A. H. S