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love on the edge of the 23rd floor 0

 His face slipped sideways across Nick’s as he breathed the word, the unguessed softness of his lips touched his cheeks and neck, while Nick sighed violently and ran his hand up and down on Leo’s back. He pushed his mouth towards Leo’s, and they met, and hurried into a kiss. To Nick it felt  […]

The ‘Single Man’ We’ve Been Waiting For 1

A Single Man, the classic gay novel by Christopher Isherwood, is going from page to screen in a project directed by fashion god Tom Ford and starring Colin Firth and Julianne Moore. This is terrifically exciting and long overdue. The movie had its world premiere last week at the Venice Film Festival and all reports […]

The Untold Story of JFK and His Gay Best Friend of 30 Years 36

The recent death of Ted Kennedy prompted me to pick up some of the Kennedy books I have lying around the house and I have just re-read a book about JFK that shook my world a couple of years ago. It illuminates a story about a beloved president that was never told prior to this […]

mother of sorrows: a book to read, and read again 2

Many people have a list of books they read every year: Jane Austen’s Emma, Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird, Woolf’s Mrs. Dalloway. Classics. Sometimes, if a reader is lucky, a contemporary work will earn a place on the list. Mother of Sorrows by Richard McCann is such a book. Published in 2005 to critical […]

in the american west 1

Nostalgia is a curious, dark beast. It imbues virtually everything we taste, hear, see, discuss, recall, cherish and too often despise also. Even the stoniest of hearts must endeavour hard to deny it’s foundation in our collective psyches. One of many reasons that makes Richard Avedon’s brutal, solemn In The American West such a bold, […]

itunes showcases digital gay pride parade 2

Apple’s iTunes is getting its gay on right now with a virtual pride parade in honor of Gay Pride Month. A rainbow-flag banner is featured prominently on the front page of iTunes on both the U.S. and Canada versions of the service. Users who click on the banner are served up a curated collection of […]

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‘Je crois qu’il profita, pour son évasion, d’une migration d’oiseaux sauvages.’ Text: Le Petit Prince, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry Photo: Cole Rise

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