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Underwear Of The Month: Stripe Club

Underwear Of The Month: Stripe Club

Oh, to be a fly on the wall during an underwear model photo shoot. Can you imagine anything more enjoyable? OK, being a fly on the fly of the underwear. But we’ll keep our insect dreams based closer in reality for now. Our latest underwear obsession comes from N2N, a brand designed and made in […]

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Hero Worship

Hero Worship

Change, as they say, is a good thing. Sometimes, it’s even fabulous. That’s why we’re taking a different approach in today’s story. Rather than focus on a single product that will better your life, or hair in this case, we’ve discovered an entire line of grooming potions that will make your morning routine better than […]

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What’s Your PIN Code, Daddy?

What’s Your PIN Code, Daddy?

Consumer alert: Cazwell is highly infectious. The good kind of infectious, that is. His music tends to lodge itself in our brain and never let go. After all, what gay man hasn’t gyrated and drooled to Ice Cream Truck and all the mostly-naked hunks with their long, dripping popsicles? Not only was it a memorable […]

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Dallas Edition

Sisterhood Of The Traveling Feminists

Sisterhood Of The Traveling Feminists

Allow us to introduce you to a new music genre: Feminist country. It’s a term we’d never heard until we received the music video for Antigone Rising’s first single, “That Was the Whiskey.” The description alone had us intrigued. But it was the video that confirmed this as a genre we could wholeheartedly embrace. Of […]

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Brunch Of The Month: So & So’s

Brunch Of The Month: So & So’s

Brunch without booze is just a sad late breakfast. Those are profound words to live by. And clearly the mantra of So & So’s in Uptown because it’s emblazoned right there on their menu. With that one poetic sentence, the tone for this carefree eatery is clear: This is a place to come and laugh […]

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The 5K You Can’t Skip

The 5K You Can’t Skip

LifeWalk organizers, consider this fair warning. We’re going to petition you to make a major change to the 5K run/walk next year. Because quite frankly, this whole “run” or “walk” restriction isn’t very inclusive of flamboyantly nellie homosexuals like us. Isn’t it time we include a 5K sashay category? Participants could choose between subgroups of […]

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Moxie Mo Show

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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Apple’s iPhone 6 and Apple Watch – Here’s What to Know

Apple’s iPhone 6 and Apple Watch – Here’s What to Know

By on September 9, 2014 in Moxie Mo Show

After months and months of speculation, Apple’s event revealed some of its biggest buzz with the iPhone 6 and they added a brand new product category, the Apple Watch, to its mix. Here’s everything you need to know! Who knew tech could be so moxie? This episode is brought to you by Audiobooks.com! Use our […]

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Instagram’s Hyperlapse App, Apple’s Bigger 12.9-Inch iPad Pro?

Instagram’s Hyperlapse App, Apple’s Bigger 12.9-Inch iPad Pro?

By on August 26, 2014 in Moxie Mo Show

Instagram launches a brand new app, Hyperlapse, which helps you make really cool, ultra smooth, professional time-lapse videos. Plus, breaking news just in today… is Apple really working on a much bigger 12.9-inch iPad? I’ve got all the scoop! Who knew tech could be so moxie? This episode is brought to you by IX Web Hosting! Use […]

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The 701 Club

The 701 Club: George Clooney, Texas State Fair & Chelsea Clinton

The 701 Club: George Clooney, Texas State Fair & Chelsea Clinton

By on October 2, 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. George Clooney: The secular media is abuzz with the news that Brother George Clooney has wed in Italy. It grieves my heart that Brother Clooney felt the need to go all the way to Italy […]

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The 701 Club: Scotland, ISIS & Apple

The 701 Club: Scotland, ISIS & Apple

By on September 25, 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. Scotland: I have been in prayer about the recent vote in Scotland on whether or not they would remain as a part of the United Kingdom. Now, CLEARLY, the only Kingdom on my mind is […]

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The 701 Club: Gay Pride, Jerry Jones & Miss America

The 701 Club: Gay Pride, Jerry Jones & Miss America

By on September 18, 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. Gay Pride: I am truly bereft as I reflect on these filthy “pride” events which have been occurring all summer long. Now I must deal with this filth in my hometown of Dallas, as they […]

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Queer In The Kitchen

Orange + Olive Tapenade

Orange + Olive Tapenade

By on October 2, 2014 in Queer In The Kitchen

In a recent effort to be more smug health-concious/sustainable farming-supportive/foodie-hipsterish, I joined a farm produce co-op. Basically, a sizable, recurring debit hits my credit card every other week and I’m left with a bag of fruits and veggies that I more than likely would’ve never purchased, or been able to identify in the first place. […]

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Smoked Maple Whiskey Pecan Pie + Drunken Whipped Cream

Smoked Maple Whiskey Pecan Pie + Drunken Whipped Cream

By on September 25, 2014 in Queer In The Kitchen

Holy Hell. Every year I dream about and pine for the opportunity to devour the sickeningly sweet nectar of Gods that is pecan pie. I usually only partake in this once a year due to being a person of little no restraint. Annually, on Thanksgiving, I make myself miserably ill by “big-girl” bingeing on all the […]

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Scalloped Potato Gratin

Scalloped Potato Gratin

By on September 18, 2014 in Queer In The Kitchen

This is time a year when the wheels come off, we lower our guards and crash head-on into the magical, not-oft visited, world of carbohydrates.           But like we always say, if you’re gonna do something, then you clearly couldn’t talk anyone into doing it for you find a way to incorporate […]

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Pink Traveler

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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Rocky Mountain Gays

Rocky Mountain Gays

By on December 17, 2013 in Pink Traveler

Assume the missionary position now. Because you’re headed to Salt Lake City, a surprisingly awesome gay destination. The home base for homo-hating Mormons may not sound like an ideal place to vacation, but once The Advocate named it the best gay city in 2012, we had to check it out for ourselves. And boy are […]

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