With the name of “Joe,” Joe Jonas should have a cheesy moustache. I’ve never been a big fan of ‘stache – although I’ll take widespread facial hair in a second. And I would certainly tap Joe Jonas in about .5 seconds.
See more shirtless Joe at Socialite Life…
OUT has published its latest list: The 25 Gayest Songs of the 1980s. As an ’80s girl, each and every one of these songs ignites memories of my wild and crazy high school and college years. So, pour a wine cooler, adjust your shoulder pads, relax in the back seat of your Chrysler K-Car and take a listen. It’s a GREAT set.
We survived a VERY foggy day today in San Francisco. SFist published this amazing photo of a drive over the Bay Bridge. Our beautiful city lives up to its image!
Kellan Lutz has posted new photos of himself at his site with a shaved head. We usually wouldn’t care about such things except that Kellan is, well, just so hot. Here’s what he had to say about his new ‘do: “Love swimming in the ocean here in Australia with my shaved head. Brings back a lot of Great Generation Kill memories! If only we could do a season 2! Jason Lilley out, Brah. Good times.”
Earlier in the day, he shared his mohawk (en route to the shaved head?):
Kellan says: “Movember equals MoHawk month right, or was it Mustache? … Out with the old and in with the new, good bye dark hair it’s been fun.”
Keep shaving, Kellan. And take off those clothes.
This weekend marked the 33rd anniversary of gay rights pioneer Harvey Milk’s and Mayor George Moscone’s assassination. Last night, hundreds showed up in the Castro to pay homage:
…a group of 100 or so LGBT folk and their admirers gathered at the corner of Castro and Market (Harvey Milk Plaza) yesterday evening to commemorate the event with a candlelight vigil. Milk’s nephew, Stuart Milk, issued a statement through the Harvey Milk Foundation saying, “Today the memory of both men stand as beacons of light not just in San Francisco, not just in California and not just in the US, but across the globe to all who are diminished for simply being authentic.”
As anti-gay groups rally against gay history as a part of the curriculum in California schools, these men are a reminder of why our history must be shared.