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Sunday, October 18, 2009

I Say A Little Prayer [video]

This is *so* gay!!! Love it!

The Full Silkwood performing "I Say A Little Prayer" from GLEE, starring Josh Cheon, Jason Whipple and Mark Louque.

via FriendFeed:idlg2009

TV Ad: Together [video]

via Rochelle on FriendFeed

Friday, October 9, 2009

Best gay artists on Flickr

I have been on Flickr for quite a while and I have met countless inspiring gay artists on Flickr whom I follow on a daily basis. Here are a few who caught my eyes over the years:

male ®

It's Britney bitch (by male ®)

Tote bag by male ®  (by male ®)

madonna by male® (by male ®)


Tooker: Waiting Room, 1969 - a ReVision (by centaurpics)

Moon Kiss (by centaurpics)

Correggio: Danae, a revision (by centaurpics)


b020209 (by bodirkley)

081109 (by bodirkley)

020509 (by bodirkley)

Ismael Álvarez

Bakala Duo (by Ismael Álvarez)

Blonde (by Ismael Álvarez)

Melancolía en Londres (by Ismael Álvarez)

Do you know of anyone that I have missed? Let me know by leaving a comment below!

Thursday, October 8, 2009

That's gay: No Homo [video]

Discovered one day while reading tweets from @lgbtlife, this is the funniest gay video I have seen in years!

That's gay: No Homo | Infomania | Current

Are you terrified that people may think you're gay? No worries, hip hop has coined a phrase to get you out of the stickiest situations. Just throw in a "no homo" and you can say pretty much anything you want!

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