This Land Is Your Land
May 12 2010 5:00 AM
The organizers of the upcoming Gay Ski Week New Zealand (Aug. 29-Sept. 6) roll out the kiwi carpet to skiers and non-skiers around the world, starting with Advocate.com's own Dennis Hensley.
Margaret Cho forces a little reality into her fantasy life on The Cho Show.
Writer Dennis Hensley explores why gay women who surf abound -- they even have their own reality show -- and yet finding blokes who are out, proud, and surf isn't easy.
With a new movie about gay surfers, Here Networks finally catches the perfect wave.
As a take-charge gay lawyer on Brothers & Sisters, Matthew Rhys wins the verdicts, dates the hunks, and ushers us into network TV's next great era.
"Attention Ship's Company ... Would Captain Stubing please report to the Spartan Leather Party on the Lido Deck Aft...and don't bring Vicki..." Dennis Hensley takes to the high seas with sister-company RSVP's 10-day Mediterranean Odyssey cruise.
Just in time for Halloween, Bound bombshell Jennifer Tilly plays a dorm headmistress with a dark side in ABC's Initiation of Sarah remake and also turns up in Terry Gilliam's big-screen drama Tideland.
Christina Aguilera just released her big, bold Back to Basics. She's also managing her career, enjoying her marriage, and speaking up for her LGBT friends. A gay press exclusive with the 25-year-old superstar.
Playing a gay cholo in Quinceanera, the summer's hottest gay movie, Jesse Garcia is on the path to stardom.
As blue mutant Mystique in the X-Men films, Rebecca Romijn kicks ass but doesn't say much. Maybe that's why the title role in Pepper Dennis, the WB's newsroom dramedy, appealed to her. "It's got that '40s rapid-fire dialogue, which I love," she says. "We hope there's something for everyone, but because the show's slightly heightened and sparkly, we really aim to impress the girls and the gays. Working stuff out, we'll be going, 'Will the girls like it? Will the gays like it? All right, let's move on.' "
Tori Spelling's had quite a morning. Before chatting with us about her VH1 series, so noTORIous, based on her real life, the former 90210-er shot a scene opposite Charo. "We got her to play the guitar and go 'Coochie-coochie-coo,' " boasts the eternally game actress. Sounds like our kind of show. "Just wait," Spelling promises. "There's also a scene of me at an all-black church singing with the choir." Tori Hallelujah!
Forget Chloe, Santino, Daniel V.--the real breakout star of the second season of Project Runway was the droll, sage, and sexy Tim Gunn
Gay pals John and Scott reminisce about their too-short stay on The Amazing Race 9 after getting eliminated on the first episode
Openly gay designer Jay McCarroll talks about making his way past Wendy Pepper's mind games to become the winner of Bravo's Project Runway. It's been quite a trip for a boy who came out before age 14 in a small Pennsylvania town.
Project Runway's audacious and flamboyant Austin Scarlett talks about expressing his vision, surviving his teen years, and the treachery of Runway competitor Wendy Pepper.
Project Runway's audacious and flamboyant Austin Scarlett talks about expressing his vision, surviving his teen years, and the treachery of Runway competitor Wendy Pepper