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FORMER HOUSTON ‘GAY MAN’ CO-STARS IN DAVEY WAVEY’S ‘GUIDE TO BOTTOMING’

Colby Melvin, a Houston to Los Angeles transplant, and former About Magazine cover model co-stars in social media video that claims to be the “Official Guide To Bottoming”

It’s defiantly not a video for someone that’s offended easily. It’s also a gamble to determine if it’s funny or a little too much information. You decide.

In ‘The Gay Bottom Bible’, (yes, it’s really called that) gay personality Davey Wavey and co-star Colby Melvin from Houston attempt to answer every question you might have ever had when it comes to A$$ sex. It also includes something that you might not care to know.

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RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 6 ‘Darienne Lake’ Comes To Houston

It is official. Darienne is coming to town.

She did not win RuPaul’s Drag Race but Miss Darienne Lake came fourth in the sixth season and had some unforgettable moments, including her winning performance in Drag Race Me to Hell and her animal kingdom elephant runway.

She will appear at South Beach the nightclub on Saturday, January 16 straight from Rochester, New York. A performer who describes herself as 12 tons of twisted steel and sex appeal, Darienne won the online vote to be able to compete to become America’s Next Drag Superstar.

With her infectious sense of humor and standout performances in the “Drag Race Me to Hell” and “Snatch Game” challenges, she’s showing the world why she deserved to be there!

Find out more information here.

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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.’

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