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Lady Bunny Turns Donald Trump’s Racism And Misogyny Into New Holiday Classic

All we want for Christmas is for Donald Trump to not be elected president in 2016 and Lady Bunny agrees. The drag superstar blends politics with her unique style of caustic comedy into a musical tirade against the “shrieking Buffalo wing that fell into a urinal,” which is how comedian Chris Hardwick describes him. It’s all set to the tune of the seasonal classic “You’re a Mean One, Mr. Grinch.”

 

Straight Guys Reveal They’re Having A lot Of Gay Sex

by Joe Morgan

Straight guys are having a surprising amount of gay sex, according to the latest national survey.

Researchers have interviewed more than 9,000 men and women aged between 18 and 44 between 2011 and 2013. Americans were asked to talk about their sexual experiences, who they are attracted to and how they label their sexual orientation.

And guys who identify as straight are having quite a bit of gay sex.

The CDC learned 1.9% of men said they were gay and 2% were bisexual – up from 1.2% from the last survey.

However, 6.2% of men said they had engaged in either oral or anal sex with another guy.

So this means, at least 2.3% of men engaging in gay sex who say they are straight.

‘You do expect some differences,’ said Casey E. Copen, the lead author of the study. ‘For some people … they may or may not have had the experiences they’re contemplating, [especially] if they’re younger.’

Invite Only Gay Dating App Launches

New dating app helps gay men avoid unwanted attention, time-wasters and fake profiles

For a long time gay apps ‘dating’ have been built for anonymity, instant access and faceless profiles. A new app wants to change gay dating in 2016 with an invitation-only, tight-knit community, in order to avoid catfishing, creeps and time wasters.

The new Hanky app, developed in response to growing concerns about the users of dating apps.

In order to join Hanky you need an invite code from a friend and validate your phone number, or sign up with your Facebook account. If you do not have an invite code at least three current members will have to vote you in.

“For a long time we’ve been fed up with the vibe of the other gay apps.” Jonas Cronfeld, co-founder of Hanky, stated.  “We wanted to duplicate the nice vibe we experience when being introduced to friends of our best friends. There’s always a dash of trust and an expectation that we’re somehow on the same page.”

Hanky already receives thousands of applications every day from around the world, but 8 out of 10 guys do not get in. Jonas says:

“We will probably never have 5 million members like some of these other apps because so many get turned away. But we’ll choose quality over quantity any day. Sure, big numbers are nice, but none of our competitors have got the actual experience right – something we will never compromise on. Our users are nicer and sexier.”

Hanky is currently available for iPhone. Android version coming in 2016.

For more information and download visit  http://www.Hanky.com .

Matt Bomer: ‘Maybe I was just really lucky to be born at the right time’

by Greg Hernandez

Rock Hudson. Montgomery Clift. Raymond Burr. Robert Reed. Tab Hunter.

Hollywood history is filled with gay men who became stars then stayed steadfastly in the closet for fear that being found out would mean the end of their careers.

Only Hunter, now 84, came out publicly late in life. But the Damn Yankees star saw his career as an A-list movie star stall after a story in a gossip magazine in the 1950s hinted he was gay.

Then you have Matt Bomer in the year 2016.

His career has already been on an upwards trajectory with the TV series White Collar when he came out publicly in 2012 by acknowledging his husband and their three children in an awards speech.

Since then, he’s been nominated for an Emmy and won a Globe for the HBO film The Normal Heart, appeared in the film Magic Mike and its sequel, is currently starring in American Horror Story: Hotel and has roles in the upcoming feature films The Nice Guys and The Magnificent Seven.

In the current issue of Men’s Fitness, Bomer was asked about his ability now to be openly gay and to be cast in both straight and gay roles.

‘I try not to take the time to stop and think about all these zeitgeist-dependent circumstances that I really have no control over and just try and focus on the work,’ he says. ‘Maybe I was just really lucky to be born at the right time.

‘I’m really grateful for it, and I hope people will always think of me as an actor. It took a lot for me to be at this table right now.’