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Happy 4th of July!

By Daddy

Las Vegas — Still sleeping a lot but feeling much better. Fireworks on the strip have been canceled so I plan to stay at home because Covid19 is spiking and rather do the laundry. I'm tempted to spend a long weekend being a computer nerd, so may not have news on Monday.

The Flirt4free commission is going to be much lower that usual, so it's one of those months to watch every penny. I still have the car insurance to pay which is lower than expected. I have a week or two on that bill.

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TowleRoad Logo Eric Himan’s ‘Local Gay Bookstore’ Pays Musical Tribute to Our Vanishing Literary Sanctuaries

Eric Himan’s ‘Local Gay Bookstore’ Pays Musical Tribute to Our Vanishing Literary Sanctuaries

By Andy Towle

Cyberspace — Writes Himan: “I wrote this song with my best friend, Cas [Cassandra Buncie], as a tribute to the many LGBTQ+ bookstores I visited, felt comfortable in, performed my music, carried my cds, educated me on LGBTQ+ life and issues facing our community, and made me feel connected to my LGBTQ+ community. Thank you to them for all they have done and still do day to day!” (More)

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Tel Aviv to Recognize Same-Sex Civil Unions

By Donald Padgett

Tel Aviv Sde Dov Airport — The municipality of Tel Aviv has announced it will allow civil partnerships to be recognized based on a declaration rather than an actual marriage officially approved by the Israeli government. “In honor of gay Pride week, we decided to challenge the government and enable partnership registration based on a declaration,” Tel Aviv Mayor Ron Huldai said according to Haaretz. (More)

Logo Logo Meet the Logo30: Leo Sheng

Meet the Logo30: Leo Sheng

By Sam Manzella

Cyberspace — Queer TV buffs will recognize transgender actor and advocate Leo Sheng from The L Word: Generation Q, Showtime’s 2019 reboot of the fan-favorite lesbian dramedy from the mid-2000s. In Gen Q, Sheng plays Micah, a queer trans man navigating a back-and-forth romance with another man, José, while living with his queer besties in Los Angeles. (More)

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U.S. House Unanimously Passes Bill to Establish Pulse Nightclub as a National Memorial

By Adrian Garcia

Washington — The U.S. House unanimously passed a bill Friday that would establish the Pulse nightclub in Orlando as a national memorial site, four years after a gunman opened fire on hundreds of people inside the club, killing 49 and wounded dozens more. (More)

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14 Heartthrobs Gay '90s Kid Secretly Loved

By Dustin Diehl

Cyberspace — Whether you secretly flipped through the pages of your sister's Tiger Beat, or simply couldn't stop watching Casper, the heartthrobs of the '90s made an indelible impression on many of us budding gay boys. So pop open a Crystal Pepsi, throw on some Savage Garden, and relive some of your earliest crushes! (More)


Backpage.com Criminal Trial Now Postponed Until Next Year

By Gustavo Turner

Phoenix — The Arizona judge overseeing the criminal trial of the former Backpage.com owners has granted a motion by the defense to move the trial date to January 2021, due to concerns regarding the COVID-19 health crisis in the state. (More)

Edge Logo Dame Olivia De Havilland Turns 104

Dame Olivia De Havilland Turns 104

By Jared Trujillo

Antony/Paris — Two-time Oscar winner Dame Olivia de Havilland turned 104 in Paris on Tuesday, People Magazine reported. In 2017 the British born actress was designated a Dame by Queen Elizabeth, the oldest recipient of the honor. (More)

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Vulnerable LGBTQ+ Sex Workers Targeted Again by Politicians

By Jaret Trujillo

Washington — The modern queer liberation movement began 51 years ago with the Stonewall Riots, where Black and Brown LGBTQ+ consensual sex workers and homeless youth demanded a space to congregate and freely express themselves. Today, the internet is the quintessential refuge for this community to work safely and share vital survival tactics. However, the Senate Judiciary Committee is poised to vote on the EARN IT Act, a death blow to internet privacy, and the end of needed online mediums the most marginalized LGBTQ+ communities rely on to survive. Like its predecessor SESTA/FOSTA, which has already endangered countless consensual LGBTQ+ sex workers, preventing the passage of the EARN IT Act is a matter of life or death for our community. (More)

Queerty Logo Two Distant Cousins Meet Up. Sexual Tension Ensue.

Two Distant Cousins Meet Up. Sexual Tension Ensue.

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Hollywood — This Brazilian film took us off guard last year with its sweetness and its explicit sexuality. Cousins follows the mundane life of Lucas (Paulo Sousa), a slightly nerdy piano teacher living with his religious aunt. When Lucas’ distant cousin Mario (writer/director Thiago Cazado) returns from prison, he shacks up with his aunt and cousin whilst looking for work. Lucas finds Mario crass & scary but also intriguing, as sexual tension quickly mounts between the pair. (More)