January 28, 2015

"Sex Box" is cumming to the US

sex box tv seriesGet ready America; the show you never asked for is coming to a TV set near you.

Sex Box, which was launched in the UK last year, is about couples who meet with a panel of experts before slipping into a camera-free and soundproof box on the show’s stage. What they do inside is anyone's guess, though theoretically the couples are supposed to be having sex.
When the sexy good times are over, they return to the sexperts and discuss their time in the box and other issues they may be having as a couple. 
The panel of experts includes Dr. Fran Walfish, a Beverly Hills relationship psychotherapist, Dr. Chris Donaghue, PhD, a licensed clinical therapist, and Florida-based Pastor Dr. Yvonne Capehart, PhD.
For comic relief, the show will also include comedian and podcaster Danielle Stewart.
The show premieres on WEtv on February 27 at 10pm. 
An improvement to the show would be to have the couples think they are in a soundproof and camera-free box, and then when they come out they have to watch what they did with the audience! Now that's a show we'd tune in to.

January 27, 2015

"McTucky Fried High," where the food is literally gay

There's a strange new animated web-series that you may want to check out. McTucky Fried High explores issued of gender identity, coming out and bullying. And the characters are all food!

You can check out the first episode below and follow the rest on YouTube as they come out twice a month.

January 26, 2015

Kazaky's "What You Gonna Do"

These boys know how to move! 

January 22, 2015

First peak at Ellen DeGeneres' gay-themed sitcom

Ellen is back in the sitcom game, though this time she won't be doing any on-camera work. The comedian is producing a new show for NBC called One Big Happy.
The show will launch in March, and is about a straight man (Nick Zano) and gay woman (Elisha Cuthbert) who decide to have a baby together. But just when Cuthbert's character gets pregnant, Zano lands a serious girlfriend. Hilarity - we hope - ensues (though based on the trailer below, don't expect too much!).
"You will love it, and I'll tell you why," said Ellen. "There's a lesbian in it." Um, just the one? How do we even know she's a lesbian then?

January 20, 2015

Billy Crystal thinks gay sex scenes on TV are just too much

Billy CrystalBilly Crystal owes part of his career to one of his first TV roles: that of openly gay Jodie Dallas in the 1970s series Soap. Dallas was the first out character to regularly appear on a network television show.
So it was somewhat of a shock when the comedian declared that the current depiction of homosexuality might be going too far. He made the comments while discussing his ground-breaking role from four decades ago.
"I did [Soap] in front of a live audience," Crystal said, "and there were times where I would say to [the actor who played his boyfriend], 'Bob, “I love you,' and the audience would laugh nervously - because, you know, it’s a long time ago - that I’d feel this anger.
"I wanted to stop the tape and go, 'What is your problem?' Because it made you sort of very self-conscious about what we were trying to do then. And now it’s just, I see it and I just hope people don’t abuse it and shove it in our face — well, that sounds terrible — to the point of it just feels like an everyday kind of thing."
When asked which shows might be pushing the envelope too far, he replied: "Sometimes, it's just pushing it a little too far for my taste and I'm not going to reveal to you which ones they are."
His remarks were met with little support from the online LGBT community.
"Nothing against being Billy Crystal, just don't want it shoved in my face," one person tweeted.

"I'm going to assume Billy Crystal has had some sort of stroke," tweeted another.
Crystal is currently promoting his new series The Comedians, in which he plays an unfunny heterosexual man. 

January 17, 2015

Andrew Rannells talks about on-screen handjobs

Andrew Rannells from Girls talks about how hard on-screen handjobs can be. 

January 14, 2015

Willam drops Spanish version of "Boy Is A Bottom"

Because sexy Spanish boys can be bottoms too!

January 13, 2015

Bright Light Bright Light's “There Are No Miracles”

Bright Light Bright Light (aka Rod Thomas) has a new video out. Taken from the acclaimed album Life Is Easy, "There Are No Miracles" is about working hard to make your dreams come true, and creating your own luck.

January 5, 2015

Bollywood hunk hoping x-rated pics will prove he's straight

Sahil Khan
Bollywood actor Sahil Khan has threatened to reveal “intimate” pics of him and his alleged female lover, after she claimed he was gay.
Khan is currently being sued by film producer Ayesha Shroff – the wife of well-known filmmaker Jackie Shroff – who said that Khan cheated her out of money. Khan, however, said the money was spent during an affair the two had.
Shroff has denied the affair, and even said it was an impossibility because Khan is gay. 
Khan countered that he is not into penis, and he even has proof that he likes vajayjay. He wants to show the judge intimate pics he took proving that the affair took place.
“My lawyer has requested the court to hold an in-camera trial to reveal the truth because there are some intimate pictures of me and Ayesha which we have to show to the court," he said. "Ayesha has said so many things about me — that I am gay and that we did not have physical relations — and she has left me no choice but to take all these things to the public.”
We suggest Khan skip the court and release the images on the Internet. It's the only fair thing to do.

January 3, 2015

TLC's new show "My Husband's Not Gay"

The show My Husband's Not Gay follows married Utah Mormon men who are attracted to the same sex despite being married to women.

January 2, 2015

John Waters makes a G-rated version of "Pink Flamingos"

Pink FlamingosLeave it John Waters to come up with a reworking of his cult classic Pink Flamingos that will get tongues wagging faster than when the original was released. Sadly, the update will only be shown for a limited time in a New York gallery.

For those of you not familiar with the movie, Pink Flamingos was released in 1972. It starred drag-queen Divine as Babs Johnson, "the filthiest person alive." In one scene, she actually eats a dog turd off of a sidewalk.
How do you top (or bottom) that? You recast everyone with children playing the lead roles. The young actors were invited to a table read, where they got to wear colorful wigs, and the whole thing was filmed. Needless to say, the script was massaged to be more age-appropriate.
"I’ve always said that if you took out the sex and the violence, that it is a children’s story because it’s the battle of the gross-out, and that’s what most kids’ books are now," Waters told the New York Times. He added that he hoped Kiddie Flamingos would be "even more perverse than the original, because it’s transforming innocence into a whole new kind of joyous, G-rated obscenity."
If you are in New York, you can check it out at the Marianne Boesky Gallery in Chelsea from January 9 to February 14.

December 31, 2014

IKEA-based Sia "Chandelier" parody

A Sia impersonator performs a holiday version of "Chandelier" at IKEA, without permission. You have to admit: he has balls (and you can almost see them). Hint: after he starts artlessly jumping about, skip to the last minute of the video for the punch line. 

December 27, 2014

Eminem comes out in 'The Interview'

James Franco's character gets a publicity coup when rapper Eminem, notorious for homophobic lyrics, comes out as "gay, homosexual, I sleep with men" in The Interview: 

As we all know, James Franco isn't shy about gaying it up. To celebrate the release of the nearly suppressed  film, Franco, costar Seth Rogen, and friend Nick Kroll posted a sloppy three-way smooch to Instagram:

Wouldn't it be great if the movie were actually good?

December 19, 2014

Cute boys sing "All I Want For Christmas"

Out of the Blue (OOTB) is Oxford's all-male a cappella group. Here they are singing "All I Want For Christmas Is You!"