Matthew Lewis, who played Neville Longbottom in the ‘Harry Potter’ films, is now 25 and has grown into quite a hairy beauty. Oh, those legs and that clearly uncut bulge.
Lewis covers this month’s gay ‘Attitude’ and does not disappoint. He discusses shaving his legs for an upcoming role:
“Apparently triathletes shave their legs for added aerodynamics, to buy you that extra couple of milliseconds. And my character, that is what he would do, so I think I’ll be losing the leg hair! I haven’t waxed before. I was quite keen just to shave every day but it was Emilia’s idea. She was like ‘No just wax it! Then you’ll only have to do it once!’ I was like, ‘Argh!’ I haven’t done it yet but we’ll see!”
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And for your added enjoyment, here’s Matthew dancing shirtless:
Let’s celebrate hump day with coverage of an event where mostly-naked Navy boys climb a phallic statue covered with lard. It’s my favorite event of the year. I covered it annually on my old blog so why not here?
It’s an annual rite of passage at the U.S. Naval Academy: the Herndon climb. Hundreds of plebes scramble to climb a greased up monument to replace a freshman’s hat with a midshipman’s hat. This year’s event took place on May 18. You can learn more about the event here.
Totally homo-erotic hotness. Be sure to watch the video above as well.
Una Mullally, a journalist for the Irish Times, shared on Twitter one of the letters she has received (above) as a result of her advocacy for same-sex marriage. This is one of the rudest and most un-Christian-like letters I've seen.
Mullally also said that it isn't the worst one, but that some are so nasty she did not want to share them to Twitter.
Ireland is set to vote on marriage equality this week. If successful, the country would be the first to enact same-sex marriage with a vote.
Time for their inspection.
So, this happened:
Until 2 p.m. on Monday, the ‘Our Church Staff’ section of St. John’s Lutheran Church and School’s website described Reverend Matthew Makela as an associate pastor who enjoys, “family, music, home improvement, gardening and landscaping, and sports.”
Screenshots obtained by Queerty from a source who asked that his name be withheld shed light on some of the Reverend’s other favorite past times — namely nude make out sessions and sex with other men.
Not much else to say here. I’ve always said that closeted gays are our worst enemy.
Supposedly, he is a top, likes nude make out sessions, and likes to cuddle.
I figured he’d be a bottom.
More at Queerty.
Taye Diggs will return to Broadway this summer in ‘Hedwig and the Angry Inch,’ the 2014 Tony Award winning Best Musical Revival. Diggs will play the title role in the acclaimed musical for a limited 12-week engagement starting Wednesday, July 22 at the Belasco Theatre (111 West 44th Street).
Hedwig will mark Diggs first New York stage role since the 2005 revival of ‘A Soldiers Play.’
He is currently in production for the second season of Steven Bochcos crime drama Murder in the First, which will premiere Monday, June 8 on TNT.
He made his Broadway debut in 1994 in the Tony Award-winning revival of Carousel. Soon after, he landed the role of Benny in in the landmark musical Rent, a role he recreated in the 2005 film version. Diggs other New York stage credits include Chicago, Wicked, and Andrew Lippas The Wild Party. His many film and television credits include How Stella Got Her Groove Back, Go, Chicago, The Best Man, its follow up The Best Man Holiday, and six seasons on ABCs hit drama Private Practice.
As previously announced Darren Criss will play his final performance as Hedwig on Sunday, July 19.
Tickets for Hedwig and The Angry Inch are available now by calling 212-239-6200or visiting Telecharge.com, or via the Belasco Theatre Box Office (111 West 44thStreet). Ticket prices range from $142 to $47.
On Sunday, one gay couple likely had a fabulous wedding as Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg officiated their wedding and might’ve hinted at the great court’s upcoming decision on same sex marriage.
Via The New York Times:
Wearing her black robe with her signature white lace collar, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg presided over the marriage on Sunday afternoon of Michael Kahn, the longtime artistic director of the Shakespeare Theater Company in Washington, and Charles Mitchem, who works at an architecture firm in New York.
The gilded setting was elegant: Anderson House in the Embassy Row neighborhood, the headquarters in Washington of the Society of the Cincinnati, a club for the descendants of the French and American soldiers who fought in the Revolutionary War. During the ceremony, the couple slipped black and gold Harry Winston rings onto each other’s fingers.
But the most glittering moment for the crowd came during the ceremony. With a sly look and special emphasis on the word “Constitution,” Justice Ginsburg said that she was pronouncing the two men married by the powers vested in her by the Constitution of the United States.
No one was sure if she was emphasizing her own beliefs or giving a hint to the outcome of the case the Supreme Court is considering whether to decide if same-sex marriage is constitutional.
But the guests began applauding loudly, delighted either way. Justice Ginsburg, who has officiated at same-sex weddings in the past, also seemed delighted, either by their reaction or, perhaps, by the news that she will be played in a movie by Natalie Portman (who, in a strange casting segue, will play Jackie Kennedy Onassis in another film).
The SCOTUS decision on same-sex marriage is due in the next month.