July 21, 2017
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“A Gay Day in America” 2012

The Advocate, which, as you know, is pretty much our favorite LGBT news publication, does this little thing every year called “A Gay Day in America”. The gist of this little project is that LGBT people all across the nation submit photos and such of whatever it is that they happen to be doing on a certain day. This year ... Read More »

Todrick Hall’s “CinderFella”

For those of you who aren’t familiar with Todrick Hall or simply haven’t gotten the chance to see his newest video yet, do yourself a favor and play the video that’s embedded below. Trust me, you will not regret it. The music in this video is impeccably written. Hall’s last video, “Beauty and the Beat”, was a hilarious take on the opening number ... Read More »

Not Chick-fil-A…

Not to sound like a hipster or anything, but Will and I have already been boycotting Chick-fil-A for like a year or so now. We’ve even guilted Kasey into swearing off of their food, which is difficult for him considering that their restaurants offer “College Nights” twice a week where sandwiches are two for one. Of course, we (read “Will”) ... Read More »

Target “Pride” Shirts

Ever since we first mentioned this news story on our vlog, the comments section has been buzzing with debate over this issue. Some eagerly saw this gesture as a welcome sign of support from the national retail chain. Others saw it as a bit of an empty gesture that was too little too late. Some thought it was simply a ... Read More »

Shep689: A Gay in the Life