A gorgeous pic of RDR legends Manila Luzon and Jinkx Monsoon with hot gogo boy Austin Armacost at Richmond Pride over the weekend. (via Jinkalicious)
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Arrow cutie Colton Haynes attended a Gay Pride event at Monroe (a weekly party by Tommy D at Oasis – HI TOMMY!). No, he didn’t arrive in assless chaps with a throng of coke-sniffing go-go boys, he came with a couple of girls, they danced for an hour and then left. Promoters were told not promote his arrival, but the DJ facebooked the item at left. Of course everybody is welcome at any Pride event anywhere, it means absolutely nothing. It doesn’t mean that Colton is one step closer to coming out, if he even has anything to come out about. He was just a guy having fun on a night that happened to be the gayest night of the year. Right? Oh, btw, watch his Dr Pepper commercial below, it’s long but adooooorable.
If you are in New York City this weekend, you CERTAINLY won’t be the only gay in the village, like Little Britain‘s Daffyd thinks he is. But if you are undecided about what to wear to any given Pride event (the parade, Cher on the pier, beer blast at The Eagle?), you could pick up a few sartorial tips here. That is, provided you have the right build and the proper “What are YOU looking at – haven’t you ever seen a GAY!?” attitude. Daffyd’s first appearance on Little Brittain
Canadian superstars Stars timed the release of their new video perfectly, premiering it moments after the Supreme Court struck down DOMA and overturned Prop 8. It features a clutch of Toronto’s fiercest drag queens getting ready and having themselves a kiki. Says Stars singer Torquil Campbell: ”I wanted to make a video that celebrated the following things: 1. being yourself 2. being someone else 3. being fucking fabulous 4. showing up, putting on your heels and staying alive. Drag queens know a couple of things the rest of us choose not to know: You are who you imagine yourself to be, and you can be a star even if — especially if — nobody ever knows who you really are.” (via HuffPo; t/y Matt)