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Justin Theroux Explains His Flopping Package On “The Leftovers”

Screen-Shot-2014-08-25-at-1.55.53-PM-670x418Congratulations to Conan for digging in his heels and asking Justin Theroux the question that’s been on our minds since the premiere of HBO’s The Leftovers.

“There’s a scene where you’re jogging, and [women on my staff] say your package is quite apparent…and I guess it’s a thing that women are talking about…Was there enhancement going on there? Did you put a clock down there?”

Well Conan got it half right. Women may be talking about it, but so are we.

“I’m trying to figure out what the classy way to answer this question,” Justin begins. He stays fairly uncomfortable as he explains that in the second jogging scene — you know, this one — he found two pairs of underwear in his costume. Apparently producers were trying to keep things from moving around too much. Their plan was unsuccessful.

We have more questions for Jennifer Anniston at this point.

Here’s the clip:

I’m a senior GOP spokesman, and I’m gay. Let me get married.

James RichardsonThroughout my career I’ve publicly advocated for the freedom to marry, urging the party for which I work to allow gay men and women to wed even as I never openly disclosed my personal stake. I’ve preached the small-government virtues of equal marriage, echoing a conservative case that had been made many times before by thinkers more eloquent and far brighter than myself. Never once did I write that I am gay...

Here’s An Exclusive Sneak Peek Into Nasty Pig Fall 2014

gayguyspyThe Underwear Expert had the honor of joining the Nasty Pig team for the shoot of their Fall 2014 Lookbook. Naturally, we brought our cameras along so we could capture every hot moment of the photo shoot. The exclusive BTS video gives a sneak peek at what underwear you’ll be sporting this season. Nasty Pig’s CEO, David Lauterstein shares the secrets that have made Nasty Pig so successful over the past 20 years. Celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, this will be one hot Lookbook to look forward to!

For more information, go to The Underwear Expert.

Photo/video credit: The Underwear Expert

Back To School Nightmare: The Professor Who Thinks Being Gay Is Like Smoking Or Obesity

4966259“Why is it acceptable for insurance companies to discriminate against smokers and the obese but not homosexuals?” ponders Conservative columnist and professor Walter Williams in a recent article appropriately titled Things I don’t understand.

“[Being gay is] a lifestyle shortening of life expectancy greater than obesity and tobacco use,” Williams writes as his foot, unbeknownst to him, lodges itself deeper and deeper into his mouth. “Yet one never hears of insurance companies advertising lower premiums for heterosexual men.”

Williams cites a decades-old study as the backbone to his wildly stupid remarks. In the early ’90s, The International Journal of Epidemiology published findings that HIV reduced life expectancy of gay men by 8 to 20 years.

Antigay buffoons love to cite it despite the fact that the researches have acknowledged in recent years that modern medicine has improved drastically. They’ve also spoken publicly about their disappointment that it’s used as ammo for ill-informed haters.

Williams points out the researchers’ backpedaling, but wouldn’t you know it — he finds a way to lie about that too, claiming:

“The publication had to soft-pedal its study results because of complaints that pointing out life expectancy differences between heterosexuals and homosexuals had become fuel for homophobia.”

An assertion he bases on, well, nothing.

“The bottom line is that homosexuals have far greater political power and sympathy than smokers and the obese” he concludes.

Raw Story was first to comment on Williams’ steaming pile of word vomit, aptly pointing out:

“A more recent study by the Mailman School of Public Health found that LGBT people who lived in communities with high levels of anti-gay prejudice live an average of 12 years less than those who live in less prejudiced communities.

Another recent study found that conservative attitudes increased the risk of suicide for LGBT teens by 20 percent.

While smoking and even obesity can be eliminated through individual actions, Williams fails to note the mountains of scientific evidence against conversion therapy for LGBT people.”

N.Y. Catholic Cardinal to lead St. Patrick’s Day parade with 1st gay group

New York Roman Catholic Cardinal Timothy DolanNEW YORK -- There is no more natural spot for Roman Catholic Cardinal Timothy Dolan -- a proud, ebullient Irish-American -- than grand marshal of the city's historic St. Patrick's Day Parade. But the honor now has an added significance: Parade organizers said Wednesday they will allow the first gay group to march under its own banner. Dolan was quick to issue a statement...

Pastor: Christians should not ‘repent’ for homophobia, gays ‘must be put to death’

Robby GallatyA Tennessee pastor this week said Christians would never repent for discriminating against gays like they had for racism because African-Americans could not change the color of their skin. Raw Story reports that Brainerd Baptist Church Senior Pastor Robby Gallaty devoted his entire hour-long sermon on Sunday to justifying Christian opposition to the sexual orientation ...

Andy Cohen Spreads His Legs, Matthew Mitcham Shows Off His Instrument And James Franco Shaves His Head

Bravo honcho Andy Cohen aired out his dirty laundry and then some while recording the audio version of his upcoming memoir The Andy Cohen Diaries.

Always spreading joy, diver Matthew Mitcham shows off the three medals he took home from the recent Commonwealth Games and his brand new banjolele. He’s already taught himself to strum and sing “Accentuate the Positive.”

Following his recent Emmy win for Sherlock, Benedict Cumberbatch might need to make more room on his mantle for more trophies for what’s reportedly an incredibly moving performance in The Imitation Game as persecuted real-life gay hero Alan Turing. Check out the trailer below for the film which opens November 21.

Yes, it’s impossible for Ricky Martin to take an unflattering photo, such as this one snapped on the set of a new music video he’s shooting in L.A.

Similar to her character on Girls, Allison Williams will play the boy who never grew up in NBC’s upcoming live musical version of Peter Pan. The Today show tweeted a first look at her costume.

Can Dax Shepard and Michael Pena fill out the uniforms of ’70s heartthrobs Erik Estrada and Jon Wilcox (pictured below)? We’ll soon find out when the duo stars in a forthcoming film adaptation of the hit police series CHiPS.



And James Franco hasn’t been in the news for a couple of days so he posted a photo to Instagram showing off his newly-shaved head.

Gay teen’s viral video drives funding for Atlanta LGBT homeless shelter

Atlanta-LGBT-homeless-centerATLANTA -- A non-profit organization in Atlanta will convert a more than century-old midtown building into a homeless center for LGBT teens, according to the organization's director. The Lost N' Found organization focuses on helping LGBT teens overcome homelessness.

‘Richmond is Out’ campaign targets LGBT travelers

Out-RVARICHMOND, Va. -- "Richmond is out!" That's the message of a new tourism campaign aimed at LGBT travelers. The goal is to let them know the city is open, accepting and a great place to visit. The campaign is set to run through October 31 to correspond with the pride festival at the end of September.

Brian Brown to participate in training session for anti-LGBT activists

Brian Brown, president of the National Organization for Marriage, speaks during a rally for the opponents of gay marriage at the Utah State Capitol in Salt Lake City on Jan. 28, 2014.. Faced with a losing streak, some longtime opponents of gay marriage now say that its nationwide legalization via a Supreme Court ruling is inevitable. Others refuse to concede, and some leaders of that cohort will be rallying on Thursday, June 19, at a March for Marriage in Washington.`Brian Brown, president and co-founder of the anti-LGBT group National Organization of Marriage (NOM), will be traveling to France next week to participate in Manif Pour Tous’ “Summer University” training session. The Human Rights Campaign reports that Manif Pour Tous is the largest French anti-LGBT organization formed in 2013 to protest marriage equality.