Want to buy Mum something for Christmas?

October 13, 2010 by  
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Peter Andre’s newest scent Mysterious Girl for Women is sure to make ‘hearts go boom’ this Christmas as it hits The Perfume Shop shelves EXCLUSIVELY. Following on from the success of his previous fragrance Unconditional, Mysterious Girl is a sensual fusion of Rose, Peach, and Leafy Green. Heart Notes of Lemon Blossom, Jasmine, Waterlily and […]

New Home Hiv Test Launches In Uk

April 2, 2010 by  
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A home test claiming it can reassure patients they are free of HIV has been launched in the UK. The BBC reports that the public can send in a saliva sample to a laboratory, and, if negative for HIV, receive results via e-mail. According to the BBC, home tests were banned because counseling was not […]

Swing Out Sister Tickets –> Too Late!

February 10, 2010 by  
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Swing Out Sister’s jazzy pop and the rich soulful voice and chic look of singer Corinne Drewery not only defined a generation’s styling, but was at centre of late-flowering, sophisticated British pop in the second half of the Eighties. The band formed after a chance meeting of Corinne Drewery and Andy Connell at the Hacienda […]

Eating Out 3: All You Can Eat –> Too Late!

February 10, 2010 by  
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Strap yourself in for the wildest, sexiest and most downright hilarious Eating Out yet. Just when the cute but geeky Casey is about to throw in the towel and give upon finding any man who is anything more than just an empty gay clone, he stumbles across uber-hot Zack – and his heart instantly melts. […]

CSI Complete Season 9 –> Too Late!

February 10, 2010 by  
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CSI Complete Season 9 For the first time ever CSI: Crime Scene Investigation is available to buy in one complete season as Season 9 is released on DVD and Blu-ray. This season also marks the first of a wave of complete season releases and viewers will be able to see the evidence clearer than ever […]

Nicholas Hoult on ChildLine.

February 5, 2010 by  
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English actor Nicholas Hoult who starred in About A Boy, E4’s cult teen series Skins and, most recently, in Tom Ford’s directorial debut, A Single Man and the upcoming Clash of the Titans, has been made the NSPCC’s first ambassador for children and young people, encouraging young people to get in touch with ChildLine by phone […]

Party in Rio 2010! Bitch, Pool Party & Revolution…

February 5, 2010 by  
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The original Brazilian  POOL PARTY happens in a fabulous outdoor space in Rio de Janeiro with a great view of the Guanabara Bay, the Sugar Loaf and Christ the Redeemer from the pool. The event has gained a lot of popularity over the past 5 years with both the local hotties and guys in town […]

Mr Gay…

February 3, 2010 by  
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Just when you think things are getting better for gay people around the world, someone or something seems to pop up who think that the world will come to an end if attitudes change. I was really saddened to hear about the problems in China for the organizers and contestants of the first Mr Gay […]

National System For Reporting Homophobes

January 1, 2010 by  
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Minister for Police and Security Tony McNulty has pledged support for a more effective system for the gay community to report hate crime. Last month, an investigation by PinkNews.co.uk discovered that access to a dedicated LGBT liaison officer is often impeded by a lack of awareness on the switchboard or by officers being unavailable at […]

Travel – Miami Nice

June 6, 2009 by  
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Miami Nice Adrian Gillan steers you around the Art Deco, palmed, sea-view chic that is Miami. When the railroads reached Florida in the 19th Century, they brought along rich, leisured Americans seeking sun. The roaring twenties were interrupted only briefly by depressions and hurricanes; then increased migration and resultant poverty from South America and Cuba […]

Travel – Gay Paris

June 6, 2009 by  
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GAY PARIS Paris offers much for the gay traveller, from romantic weekend breaks to sunbathing beneath the Eiffel Tower. Here are Bent´s suggestions for the French capital. GETTING AROUND Many important buildings are located in Paris´ suburbs, including the Stade de France, but the city´s trains, buses and trams, as well as the availability of […]

Travel – Antwerp or the end of the Galaxy

June 6, 2009 by  
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Antwerp or the end of the Galaxy? Adam Lowe investigates. Belgium has a reputation here in the UK. Indeed, Douglas Adams once made a joke in The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy that the only swearword left universally unspeakable in the whole galaxy (except the one place where no one knew what it meant) was […]

Suddenly Sandra

June 6, 2009 by  
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Suddenly Sandra Sandra Bernhard is a gay icon. From her days as ‘Nancy’ in Roseanne to her cabaret, burlesque, social commentary and rock ‘n’ roll’ shows, her friendship with Madonna, her controversy… we could identify with her and she made us laugh. Now she brings her cult show ‘Without You I Am Nothing’ back to […]

Kajagoogoo

June 6, 2009 by  
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Not ‘too shy’ anymore Back in 1983 the band Kajagoogoo had a huge world-wide hit with their first single called “Too Shy”. It was never off the radio and the young 5-piece were destined for great things but shortly after this phenomenal success the band split. Now, 25 years later, the original five members – […]

Junior Vasquez – Generation V

June 6, 2009 by  
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Generation V Junior Vasquez Defines Next Generation of House Music By Gregory T. Angelo “I’ve been at the top of my game for years,” asserts the legendary DJ who has recently released his first continuous compilation in three years: Generation Next. “House music has changed a lot since my days spinning at Sound Factory and […]

Johan’s Blog

June 6, 2009 by  
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Johan’s Blog So, for the last few months I have been shooting and editing a lot of personal clips for my site. That means, Monday to Thursday wanking in the morning, while my boyfriend is recording it, then editing it during those afternoons and evenings. However, there’s a change of direction for me on Friday […]

Gaydar Radio

June 6, 2009 by  
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The rise and rise of Gaydar Radio By Jason Guy: When you think about gay radio what springs to mind? Kenny Everett camping it up BBC Radio in the 80s and 90s? Radio 1’s current drive time presenter Scott Mills? Possibly the recent gay character on The Archers? Personally, ( and for more than 2 […]

Framed – Julian Clary

June 6, 2009 by  
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Framed – Julian Clary Born in Clacton on Sea to parents Peter Clary, a policeman, and Brenda Clary, a probation officer Julian has become one of England’s most controversial as well as most loved comedians. He studied at Goldsmiths College in London where he, and his best friend Linda, had a series of cabaret shows […]

Dean Stockings

June 6, 2009 by  
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Sexy… Surreal… Stockings! Spurred on by receiving an Adventure Kit, which contained a camera, binoculars, a compass and a water bottle as a 6-year-old, Dean Stockings has never looked back.  The camera became a fascination but not until studying at Brighton College of Technology during the 90’s did it become an overwhelming passion. It was […]

Billy Dortch

June 6, 2009 by  
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Let him Breathe Where have we heard this one before? Would-be model has a go at singing… fails! Well, let me be one of the first to say I doubt this will happen to new and out gay performer Billy Dortch. He has the looks and, if his first single ‘Breathe’ is anything to go […]

Travel Glasgow

Glasgow Gastro! Adrian Gillan takes the high road north of the border for a queer cultural and culinary treat in tasty, gutsy Glasgow! Scotland’s largest and most vibrant city: or so it says on the tin. Dockyards and access to America and beyond meant Glasgow quickly grew to become one of the most important trading […]

Travel Cyprus

May 9, 2009 by  
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Eastern Mediterranean From Istanbul to North Cyprus, Chris Amos takes in a vacation with a difference. While our pound takes a pounding against the Euro, it is still holding well against the Turkish Lira. Now is the time to look further afield for summer holidays where your hard-earned cash will get you more. Fortunately, North Cyprus […]

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