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Jewelry Designer Philip Crangi's Home is as Awesome as You'd Imagined

By Out.com Editors

New York City, NH — The man behind Giles & Brothers opens the door to his tasteful and masculine pad. (More)

BLAG appeals DOMA to Supreme Court

By Lisa Keen

Washington, DC — It's not a surprise, but it is news: House Speaker John Boehner and his colleagues in the Republican leadership have given the go-ahead for an appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court in hopes of preserving the Defense of Marriage Act –DOMA. (More)

Couples Tested for HIV Together

By Joe Siegel

Rhode Island — AIDS Project Rhode Island recently began offering HIV tests for couples. The program, called Testing Together, allows couples to come in for testing together and get their HIV test results minutes later, while sitting side-by-side. (More)

A Brief History Of Male Strippers...

By Andrew Belonsky

Cyberspace — With all the hoopla over Magic Mike and its nearly $40 million box office haul, Forrest Wickman at Slate takes a look at the history of male strippers. Apparently that history is short: (More)


Male Power Adds 3 New Collections

By Ariana Rodriguez

Hauppauge, NY — Male Power has added three new collections to its arsenal: the Leopard Lace line, Black Cobra and School Boy. (More)


Gleeks Rejoice: Entire Glee Cast Returning For Season 4

By Dan Avery

Hollywood — Despite rumors to the contrary, the entire cast of Glee is returning for the show's fourth season (More)

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Odd Future's Frank Ocean Comes Out

By Michelle Garcia

Hollywood — The avant-garde hip-hop group Odd Future has another LGBT member among its ranks. (More)