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In the Spotlight: Jennifer Hudson

In the Spotlight: Jennifer Hudson

Hollywood may change some people, but Oscar-winning Tinseltown ’It’ girl Jennifer Hudson is not one of them. She may have an Academy Award and few other glittering statuettes to her credit nowadays, but in conversation and in demeanor, the forever real Miss Hudson is still the consummate un-diva. Don’t get me wrong, she bristles with...
Obama campaign appoints director of LGBT Vote

Obama campaign appoints director of LGBT Vote

Throughout the campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination, Senator Hillary Clinton enjoyed the overwhelming support of the gay and lesbian community. But with Clinton’s weekend concession and the nomination all but clinched, Barack Obama now hopes the crucial block will shift their support his way. To help shore up support from gays and lesbians and...
Can Obama Go All The Way

Can Obama Go All The Way

In a week when he should have been focused on getting his campaign back on track ahead of Tuesday’s primaries in Indiana and North Carolina, Democratic Presidential hopeful Barack Obama was once again forced to deal with distractions rather than issues on the campaign trail. But he’s been here before. In fact, the entire scenario...
Straight Acting: The Truth Behind the Myth

Straight Acting: The Truth Behind the Myth

Do you really know what it means to be “straight acting”? Or do you just think you know? If you’re a gay man, you have more than likely encountered the term ‘straight acting’. In fact, through your experience with online dating, networking or a range of other gay-themed social interactions, you’ve probably even formulated a...
Don’t Cry for Gay Argentina

Don’t Cry for Gay Argentina

Five years ago, Buenos Aires became the first major Latin American city to approve legalized same-sex unions. This past summer, the Argentinian capital hosted a gay football World Cup. Meanwhile, just last month, the city welcomed The Axel Hotel, Latin America’s first luxury hotel designed specifically for a gay male audience. And this week, Argentina’s...
Splash: The Last Dance?

Splash: The Last Dance?

Once upon a time, not so very long ago, gay nightlife was synonymous with dance. Warehouse-like spaces outfitted with monster sound systems and elaborate lighting-swelled to capacity with sweaty, grinding bodies-furnished, for a space in time, a snapshot of a typical night out for a great majority of the gay community. But the ascent of...