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Make Every Month Movember

Make Every Month Movember

We love Movember. But only because of the men’s health issues it brings attention to, not the actual growing of facial hair. Every year since Movember started, we’ve caught flack for not growing a moustache ourselves. Vain as it is, we won’t do it because we’ve sprouted one before and we look like a 1970s […]

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Members-Only Fitness

Members-Only Fitness

We used to think we exercised our pink cucumber often enough, but as it turns out, our daily routine isn’t doing much to improve our health. Or save money on Kleenex. But there’s a new workout program designed exclusively to make Mr. Johnson more popular at parties for years to come. Get a grip on […]

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Bubbling Over With Pride

Bubbling Over With Pride

So many upcoming holidays, so much bubbly to buy. In fact, our Thanksgiving/Christmas/New Years consumption goes up from the typical single case per weekend to nearly six times that. Even more if we invite people over to join us. When it comes to Champagnes, Cavas, Proseccos and the like, we have our favorite go-to brands, […]

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Dallas Edition

A Worthwhile Cos

A Worthwhile Cos

You spend a lot of time, effort and creativity on your Halloween costume and we appreciate that. We really do. But we’re not in a position to reward you for your imagination. However, tonight you can give your street party costume a second chance to make a great first impression. And hopefully some cash and […]

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Farm-To-Central Market

Farm-To-Central Market

How time flies when you’re getting more fabulous. Josh Kilmer-Purcell and Brent Ridge, better known as the Fabulous Beekman Boys, have gone from reality stars to the forces behind one of the fastest growing international lifestyle brands. And we’re utterly obsessed with their every new soap, cheese or toile-covered, Martha Stewart-endorsed sex sling. Even though […]

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They Sing, They Dance, They Die

They Sing, They Dance, They Die

Now that we’ve checked the big gay Halloween street party off our to-do list, we can focus on other ways to celebrate the best holiday of the year. And because putting razor blades in apples is no longer “socially acceptable” according to our therapist, we’ve had to search for new traditions. One of our favorites […]

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Moxie Mo Show

FTC Sues AT&T for Throttling Unlimited Data Customers – Are You Affected?

FTC Sues AT&T for Throttling Unlimited Data Customers – Are You Affected?

By on October 28, 2014 in Moxie Mo Show

The Federal Trade Commission has sued AT&T for what the government claims is due to AT&T’s throttling (intentionally slowing down) of customers who have unlimited data plans. This is the first lawsuit of this kind by the FTC and it will more than likely cause ripples in the mobile industry. What is throttling? Throttling is the […]

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HBO Takes On Netflix and Starts New Stand-Alone Service

HBO Takes On Netflix and Starts New Stand-Alone Service

By on October 16, 2014 in Moxie Mo Show

Whether you loved True Blood or are an in-the-closet Game of Thrones fan, HBO is one of the world’s most favorite network channels. Some of the best documentaries, movies and TV series belong to HBO. In a surprise event yesterday, HBO announced that they will finally launch a stand-alone internet streaming service (HBO Go) to […]

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Apple Launching a Gold iPad in October?

Apple Launching a Gold iPad in October?

By on October 1, 2014 in Moxie Mo Show

As the Moxie Mo Show reported back in August, Apple has some big plans for its customers not only this year… but also in 2015! We already witnessed the most successful iPhone launch to date, with the larger iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus. So what else can we expect from Apple this year? An iPad, of […]

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The 701 Club

The 701 Club: Halloween, Ten Commandments & Taylor Swift

The 701 Club: Halloween, Ten Commandments & Taylor Swift

By on October 29, 2014 in The 701 Club

Our spiritual leader Sister Helen Holy is back again this week to share her good Christian perspective on the news. Halloween: The dreaded Halloween observance is upon us. Some like to point out this the origins of this filth go back, to the fact that is it celebrated on the eve of All Hallows Day, […]

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The 701 Club: Ebola, American Horror Story & Viagra

The 701 Club: Ebola, American Horror Story & Viagra

By on October 22, 2014 in The 701 Club

Our spiritual leader Sister Helen Holy is back again this week to share her good Christian perspective on the news. Ebola: With the onslaught of media coverage about that African virus, I haven’t been witness to such mass hysteria since four long-haired hippies from Liverpool landed on the Ed Sullivan Show. Truly, our nation needs […]

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The 701 Club: Catholics, Columbus Day & The Kardashians

The 701 Club: Catholics, Columbus Day & The Kardashians

By on October 15, 2014 in The 701 Club

Our spiritual leader Sister Helen Holy is back again this week to share her good Christian perspective on the news. Catholics: Those pagan Catholics are at it again. The men in skirts over in Italy have convened and decided that perhaps they should “welcome and appreciate” gays. I find it so hard to believe that […]

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Queer In The Kitchen

Seared Steak Crostini

Seared Steak Crostini

By on October 30, 2014 in Queer In The Kitchen

If there’s anything that we love more than a mouthful of meat, we have yet to find it. Especially the Brazilian, juicy and lightly browned variety in particular. We are of course talking about steak… You dirty, tacky pervs. These little morsels are delightful appetizers that come together with minimal effort, and are real “party […]

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Berry, Berry Empanadas

Berry, Berry Empanadas

By on October 23, 2014 in Queer In The Kitchen

We love all berries. Strawberries. Blackberries. Halle Berries. Rachel Berries. All of them. So, naturally, when deciding which berries to select to wrap in this delicious, flaky, buttery dough, we couldn’t choose just one.           These require a bit of leg work. And we don’t mean scissor kicks on the kitchen floor. […]

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Bacon Maple Cupcakes

Bacon Maple Cupcakes

By on October 9, 2014 in Queer In The Kitchen

We regret that we haven’t been posting as regularly lately. We’ve been really busy and that makes us lazy… VERY lazy. This recipe is clear proof of that.  Here we are at the downward slope of summer where the biggest, most-shirtless end-of-summer pool parties will be thrown, and we have lazily been gorging on all kinds […]

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Pink Traveler

Sun Of A…

Sun Of A…

For anyone who lives in a town where the high temperature hovers near the freezing mark, even if just for a day or two, it’s nice to have a reliable winter escape filled with sunshine and worthwhile diversions. For years, we’ve been retreating to Phoenix in winter for a little Arizona heat mixed with an […]

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Best of Hawaii: The Modern Honolulu

Best of Hawaii: The Modern Honolulu

By on May 26, 2014 in Pink Traveler

Situated just a few steps from the waters of Waikiki, The Modern Honolulu possesses the best of both modern luxury and beachside fantasy. Its chic sunrise pool and relaxing sunset pool scene, ocean view suites with crisp, white decor and the most popular lounge and nightclub in the city, this hotel combines the appeal of […]

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Zip Into Louisiana

Zip Into Louisiana

The craziest thing you’ve ever done in Louisiana no longer requires showing body parts for shiny plastic beads. Instead, it involves keeping those same appendages out of the path of giant chomping alligators. Welcome to Shreveport-Bossier, a delightful pairing of cities with more than their fair share of Southern charm and eccentric characters. With gambling […]

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The Blog

“Sexy” works hard

“Sexy” works hard

By on October 24, 2014 in Blog

Isn’t it funny how you can put the word “sexy” before just about occupation and, paired with a skimpy version of said occupation’s uniform, it’s suddenly someone’s bright idea for a Halloween costume? In honor of Halloween street parties happening in gayborhoods nationwide, we undertook the arduous task of combing the web to showcase some of […]

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Sia makes us Smile

Sia makes us Smile

By on October 24, 2014 in Blog

First, Pharrell made us “Happy,” and now Sia is taking a sunshine turn to make us smile…and, girl, did she! (It almost makes us feel bad for bagging on Bette yesterday. Almost.) But back to Sia. She’s remade “Never Fully Dressed Without A Smile” for the upcoming release – and also remake – of “Annie,” […]

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Bette Warbles “Waterfalls”

Bette Warbles “Waterfalls”

By on October 23, 2014 in Blog

When we heard that Bette Midler was remaking TLC’s Waterfalls, one of our favorite songs from high school preschool, we REALLY wanted to like it. Like, really really. But then we heard it. As always, adore her voice, but this just sounds like our grandma warbling to Top 40 in the kitchen while stirring spaghetti […]

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Ken Said

10 Question in 10 Minutes with Tom Peters

10 Question in 10 Minutes with Tom Peters

By on October 28, 2014 in Ken Said

Catching up with Tom Peters is no easy task. The Berlin-based DJ, music producer, promoter and clothing designer is a nonstop creative machine. Known by many as the man behind a line of T-shirts adorned with clever, heartfelt slogans, Peters is also making big waves as DJ/music producer. He’s built a loyal following on a […]

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This Is Why You’re Forty and Single

This Is Why You’re Forty and Single

By on July 22, 2014 in Ken Said

It’s widely regarded that if you’re not partnered up by the time you’re forty, you’re damaged goods, past your sell-by date and risk being put in the dating half-off bin. We all know that’s a bunch of crap. I mean, there are plenty of fantastic guys out there far north of forty. (Okay, maybe not […]

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3 Totally Obvious Fitness Tips You’re Not Doing

3 Totally Obvious Fitness Tips You’re Not Doing

By on May 20, 2014 in Ken Said

It’s safe to say that the whole fitness industry has gotten a little out of hand. Every other day there’s a new miracle ‘must-have’ supplement or training program promising to take us all from chubby to chiseled. What’s ever more astonishing is how easily we can get hooked into the supplement spending frenzy, and completely […]

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