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What a great thing to do Mike. I'll use that. Gay for everything that's great!

West Village Mike

As far back as 1973 we were calling things "gay" when we thought they were great. I still use the word for anything extra good.

Pop Muse

what makes details revolutionary is that it is the first magazine targeted at Closeted Gay Men, like for real. I've read so many articles like, "Why you shouldnt fear HIV" and "I was gay for pay in porn". Now this... oy vey.

PS your banner is blowing my... mind.

Queer Beacon

Sure Louis. Go ahead. Thanks for the visit.


Totally agree with the sentence: It's kind of in the closet but out there at the same time, so it tries to create a little bit of fuss avec uncertainties. Fuss is the key point in my opinion.

Augusto, do you mind me taking a 'blog clipping' of this article? Blogger can't trackback. Thanks.

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