March 7th, 2014
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Coverboy Evan Skyy - Washington, DC
Our reviews today include: Evan Skyy of Washington D.C., Michael of Fort Lauderdale, Ryan Taylor of Toronto, Miles of Louisville, Anthony of Boston, William Erickson of Chicago, AJ Irons of Orange County, Chris Eisenhower of Washington D.C., Casey Jones of New York City, Click our Coverboy to see today's reviews. (More)
By Out.com Editors
Cyberspace — All styled by Diesel artistic director Nicola Formichetti. (More)
Dallas city council passes resolution in support of LGBT community
Dallas, TX — The Dallas city council on Wednesday passed a "comprehensive statement of support" for the city's LGBT employees and residents in an effort to address inequalities in city employment, healthcare and lobbying efforts. (More)
By Winnie McCoy
Austin, TX — An Austin man who was attacked during Gay Pride Weekend in October 2012 is smiling now, after a local dentist fixed his teeth. (More)
Fucking Sculptures Partners With Smitten Kitten
By Lila Gray
Berkeley, CA — Fucking Sculptures' line of artisan glass dildos will now be available for purchase at Smitten Kitten adult shop, a joint release stated. (More)
By Jim Halterman
Hollywood — When it was first announced that the USA Network was adapting the UK sitcom Sirens, the first concern was that they'd change up the characters, especially the main gay character but, as the US version is set to premiere tonight, that isn't the case. (More)
Whatever Happened to GMHC?
By Tim Murphy
New York City, NY — "First in the fight against AIDS," as it long billed itself, the New York agency once known as Gay Men's Health Crisis is sinking under a huge rent on unused space, a vacuum of leadership, the dimming of its voice in HIV prevention, and criticism from all sides. (More)
By Dan Tracer
Charlottesville, VA — We're happy to congratulate University of Virginia varsity swimmer Parker Camp on his choice to go public with being gay. (More)