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The Submariner

Sailing the seas of "brotherly love" and other queer waters.

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"Emotional communal pornography." That's what Brokeback Mountain producer James Schamus told Andy Towle at www.towleroad.com about the manifestation of middle-aged men—both gay and straight&mdas ...   More
Wednesday, February 1, 2006 Byron Beck

Cock Blocking

What killed Portland's newest queer sex club?

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What if a sex club opened and no one came?In a First Amendment-loving town like Portland, where porn is as prevalent as greenspaces and private intimacies are displayed in public, that seems very unli ...   More
Wednesday, January 25, 2006 Byron Beck

The Amazing Reichen

Queer reality star speaks his mind on TV—and off.

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Former Air Force cadet Reichen Lehmkuhl is best known as one-half of the openly gay "married" couple who won the million-dollar prize on the fourth season of The Amazing Race (they broke up shortly af ...   More
Wednesday, January 18, 2006 Byron Beck

Where's The Beef?

The Portland Firefighters Calendar is all wet.

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A look at one of '06's hottest calendar themes, firemen—tacked up in cubicles all across America—leads me to one conclusion: We've reduced our working-class heroes to gay-looking hotties.T ...   More
Wednesday, January 11, 2006 Byron Beck

The Truth Heals

Gay Sex in the 70s has a lot to say in the '00s.

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]The new flick Gay Sex in the 70s isn't just a titillating tell-all about a group of guys who loved and lived to fuck other men.In fact, it's sort of a mistake that director Joseph Lovett gave his doc ...   More
Wednesday, January 4, 2006 Byron Beck

Brokeback Blues, Part II

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Annie Proulx, the writer behind Brokeback Mountain, has said the characters Jack and Ennis were in a "personal sexual situation they did not expect, understand nor can manage." Many of us can relate t ...   More
Wednesday, December 28, 2005 Byron Beck

Brokeback Blues, Part One

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In last week's review of the groundbreaking new film Brokeback Mountain, WW's own David Walker commented on how Ang Lee's movie might humanize the way we look at gays. But for me, Brokeback, in all it ...   More
Wednesday, December 21, 2005 Byron Beck

The Booty Pageant

Making an ass of yourself is an art form at Porky's Queer Night.

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Most Thursday nights, round midnight, you'll find me and my partner parked on the couch, nodding off to yet another repeat of The Golden Girls—but not every Thursday night. Like a pair of aging ...   More
Wednesday, December 14, 2005 Byron Beck

Stuff-That-Stocking Six!

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Now's the time I unload all the excess baggage I've been carrying around this year. I'm not talking about my emotional baggage. I'm way too superficial for that. No, I'm talking about all the cool thi ...   More
Wednesday, December 7, 2005 Byron Beck

NYC (oh!) Boys

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It was like I was Liza Minnelli—at Studio 54—on crack.That's the best way to describe my first trip to the center of the modern universe: New York City. I was there with my partner, Juan, ...   More
Wednesday, November 30, 2005 Byron Beck
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