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Cleveland Calling: Cultural Immersion

By Sarah Jaquay | Nov 5
Crave a theater weekend with a side of world-class art and music? Search and click a flight for Cleveland. Here's our ultimate guide.

Out Freestyle Skier Comes Under Fire for Native American Halloween Costume

Nov 3
Despite the support Olympic medalist Gus Kenwrothy said he's received after coming out as gay last month, social media wasn't happy when the athlete posted a picture of him dressed up as a Native American chief for Halloween.

Ex-Boxer Confesses to Gay Porn Scene, Says He's Bi

Nov 3
The former professional boxer who claimed he was tricked and drugged into filming a gay porn scene released a statement this week, coming out as bisexual and confessing to lying about how he made the threesome scene.

Gay Dad Addresses Hater's Slam of Son's Cruella de Vil Costume

Nov 2
A nine-year-old boy's Cruella de Vil Halloween costume sparked disgust from a Facebook user this weekend. His dad is speaking out against the small-mindedness of the comment.

Dig These Discs :: Summer Twins, Rod Stewart, Joanna Newsom, Pentatonix, Carrie Underwood

By Winnie McCroy | Nov 2
Singer Rod Stewart releases his 30th studio album and country singer Carrie Underwood releases her fifth studio album. Joanna Newsom releases her fourth, as does American a capella group Pentatonix. Summer Twins drops their second album. Dig into fall.

Appeals Court Rules in Favor of 'Point Break' Parody Creator

By Larry Neumeister | Nov 1
An author's irreverent stage tribute to the 1991 Patrick Swayze and Keanu Reeves action movie "Point Break" is entitled to copyright protection even though she did not seek permission from the filmmakers to create the parody.

The Body Eclectic

By Caleb Rainey | Nov 1
Gay male culture has a very complicated relationship to the physical form. We demand that men be impossibly muscular, supremely fit and dashingly handsome.

Deathbed and Breakfast: Halloween Night in Paris Catacombs

By Thomas Adamson | Oct 31
This Halloween, two brave souls will get the dubious honor of waking up among 6 million dead bodies in Paris' creepy Catacombs.

In Reversal, SXSW Festival Plans Online Harassment Event

By Tali Arbel | Oct 31
The SXSW Interactive technology festival said Friday that it will hold an "online harassment summit" after it was criticized for bowing to threats and canceling two panels related to video games and online harassment.

Gays Take on Halloween

By Brian Bromberger | Oct 31
Within the last 40 years, following the lead of queer people, adults have rediscovered Halloween, and this mystical holiday is no longer the province of children.

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