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The OutField: The G(Force) is with lacrosse

By: Dan Woog* For years, ice hockey and lacrosse have been stereotyped as two of the sports least welcoming to gay men. They’re contact sports, played by insular groups: Canadians (hockey) and prep schoolers (lacrosse). Yes, stereotypes cut both ways. For nearly a decade, GForce Sports has broken down hockey barriers. Its gay team has […]

Creep of the Week: Now it’s time for “Christian” Pat Robertson

Nothing brings the creeps out of the woodwork like pro marriage equality. The good news out of New York has gotten some people fired up. And by “fire” I mean, of course, Hell-fire. It comes as no surprise that Pat Robertson is one of the folks shouting that the sky is falling. On a recent […]

To Cook is To Love: A Foodies Journal

By: John Verlinden Summertime – Gentlepeople, start your grills! Memorial Day has come and gone; it’s officially summer and there’s no time to lose.  She visits New England for just a few fleeting moments each year, so we’ve got to squeeze out every last bit.  It’s okay to wear those white go-go boots, you can […]

To Cook is To Love: A Foodies Journal

Summertime and the Eating is Easy … Or, not! Ripe tomatoes just off the vine, yummy cold soups, tasty salads, delicious grilled beasts!  Best of all, we get to enjoy them as we entertain and celebrate outdoors — cookouts, camp outs, beach parties, barbecues, clambakes, picnics, and more! Summer foods and outdoor dining are awesome, […]

Creep of the Week: Stacey Campfield

Stacey Campfield sponsors bill to ban sex-ed teachers from discussing homosexuality in elementary and middle school Ah, yes. The joys of sex education. I think all of us have fond memories of that day in fifth or sixth grade when the boys got shuffled into one room, the girls in another. Filmstrips were watched and […]

Ewan McGregor: ‘I Learned a Lot’

Ewan McGregor: ‘I Learned a Lot’

By: Chris Azzopardi Ewan McGregor didn’t mean to offend you. As the debonair actor sits down in Los Angeles to talk up his latest film Beginners, he’s genuinely upset if his last “gay” movie, I Love You Phillip Morris, was insultingly stereotypical to the queer kind. “Yeah,” he says, pondering with a curious puppy-dog look (similar to […]

Hear Me Out Music Reviews: Jennifer Lopez, Matthew Morrison, Kylie Minogue & Sade

By: Chris Azzopardi Jennifer Lopez, Love? On her first album in four years, J.Lo isn’t waiting for tonight – it’s already here. There’s debaucherous drinking and dancing on the hyper-slamming first single “On the Floor,” leaning on the European dance craze with a shallow mind-taking melody that’s cut with laser synths and Ibiza beats. It’s totally […]

Queeries: Bridal Gowns, Pronouns, Sperm donor dads?

Must two brides dress like twins? Q: My fiancée and I are planning our wedding, which is going to be very “traditional” in many ways. We agree on almost all the details, except the all-important one of what we should wear. She really wants the full princess treatment – a classic silk or organza gown. […]