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The “How To Do It” List

The “How To Do It” List

We’ve been having sex for more than two decades. If that makes us an expert, then OK, we’ll accept that title. But like any good scholar, we’re always up for learning new techniques and tricks to take us (and our partners) to whole new levels. Out tomorrow, 100 Gay Men Reveal Their Best Sex Tips […]

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Little Morphin’ Annie

Little Morphin’ Annie

Annie Lennox is a goddess. Plain and simple. Of all the singers we’ve seen live in our lifetime, she’s the only one who could command the attention of a sold-out audience with nothing more than a piano and her voice. No pyrotechnics, intricately choreographed backup dancers or high-tech video screens needed. And few of her […]

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Wooden, It Be Nice

Wooden, It Be Nice

Sure, we were sad when Pinocchio was thrown into the wood chipper. Yes, it was one of our most traumatic childhood experiences. And of course, we regret getting that angry at him. But it made us realize the importance of upcylcing. Because if we’d gathered up the body part scraps and repurposed him into, oh, […]

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Dallas Edition

Full Frontal

Full Frontal

Watching SMU frat guys cavort in their natural habitat used to require a lot of careful planning, full-body camo gear and the ability to quickly scale a tree for the optimum vantage point. Now, we can ogle hot college dudes with a side of chicken liver mousse and a Ruby Gimlet on the patio of […]

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Hall Mark

Hall Mark

There are places all over town that hold a special place in our heart. The dance floor at S4. The very back booth at Hunky’s. And many a bush at Lee Park. Of course, we’ve also made lots of memories on the lawn at Lee Park, whether during the Easter celebration, Gay Pride or sweating […]

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A 5K In Your Calvins

A 5K In Your Calvins

Last time we ran through the streets in our underwear, we were being chased by the wife of a guy we’d been seeing. Oops. Should’ve known that white skin on his ring finger wasn’t a birthmark. But now there’s a much better reason to purposefully sprint in your skivvies. It’s the 2014 Dallas/Fort Worth Undy […]

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Moxie Mo Show

HBO Takes On Netflix and Starts New Stand-Alone Service

HBO Takes On Netflix and Starts New Stand-Alone Service

By on October 16, 2014 in Moxie Mo Show

Whether you loved True Blood or are an in-the-closet Game of Thrones fan, HBO is one of the world’s most favorite network channels. Some of the best documentaries, movies and TV series belong to HBO. In a surprise event yesterday, HBO announced that they will finally launch a stand-alone internet streaming service (HBO Go) to […]

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Apple Launching a Gold iPad in October?

Apple Launching a Gold iPad in October?

By on October 1, 2014 in Moxie Mo Show

As the Moxie Mo Show reported back in August, Apple has some big plans for its customers not only this year… but also in 2015! We already witnessed the most successful iPhone launch to date, with the larger iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus. So what else can we expect from Apple this year? An iPad, of […]

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Apple’s iPhone 6 and Apple Watch – Here’s What to Know

Apple’s iPhone 6 and Apple Watch – Here’s What to Know

By on September 9, 2014 in Moxie Mo Show

After months and months of speculation, Apple’s event revealed some of its biggest buzz with the iPhone 6 and they added a brand new product category, the Apple Watch, to its mix. Here’s everything you need to know! Who knew tech could be so moxie? This episode is brought to you by Audiobooks.com! Use our […]

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The 701 Club

The 701 Club: Ebola, American Horror Story & Viagra

The 701 Club: Ebola, American Horror Story & Viagra

By on October 22, 2014 in The 701 Club

Our spiritual leader Sister Helen Holy is back again this week to share her good Christian perspective on the news. Ebola: With the onslaught of media coverage about that African virus, I haven’t been witness to such mass hysteria since four long-haired hippies from Liverpool landed on the Ed Sullivan Show. Truly, our nation needs […]

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The 701 Club: Catholics, Columbus Day & The Kardashians

The 701 Club: Catholics, Columbus Day & The Kardashians

By on October 15, 2014 in The 701 Club

Our spiritual leader Sister Helen Holy is back again this week to share her good Christian perspective on the news. Catholics: Those pagan Catholics are at it again. The men in skirts over in Italy have convened and decided that perhaps they should “welcome and appreciate” gays. I find it so hard to believe that […]

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The 701 Club: Gay Marriage, Dallas Cowboys and Andy Cohen

The 701 Club: Gay Marriage, Dallas Cowboys and Andy Cohen

By on October 8, 2014 in The 701 Club

Our spiritual leader Sister Helen Holy is back again this week to share her good Christian perspective on the news. Gay Marriage: Lord help us all! Little John Roberts and the Supremes have hiked up their black robes and climbed up on chairs in abject fear of the MOUSE called gay marriage.  Rather than have […]

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Queer In The Kitchen

Bacon Maple Cupcakes

Bacon Maple Cupcakes

By on October 9, 2014 in Queer In The Kitchen

We regret that we haven’t been posting as regularly lately. We’ve been really busy and that makes us lazy… VERY lazy. This recipe is clear proof of that.  Here we are at the downward slope of summer where the biggest, most-shirtless end-of-summer pool parties will be thrown, and we have lazily been gorging on all kinds […]

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Orange + Olive Tapenade

Orange + Olive Tapenade

By on October 2, 2014 in Queer In The Kitchen

In a recent effort to be more smug health-concious/sustainable farming-supportive/foodie-hipsterish, I joined a farm produce co-op. Basically, a sizable, recurring debit hits my credit card every other week and I’m left with a bag of fruits and veggies that I more than likely would’ve never purchased, or been able to identify in the first place. […]

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Smoked Maple Whiskey Pecan Pie + Drunken Whipped Cream

Smoked Maple Whiskey Pecan Pie + Drunken Whipped Cream

By on September 25, 2014 in Queer In The Kitchen

Holy Hell. Every year I dream about and pine for the opportunity to devour the sickeningly sweet nectar of Gods that is pecan pie. I usually only partake in this once a year due to being a person of little no restraint. Annually, on Thanksgiving, I make myself miserably ill by “big-girl” bingeing on all the […]

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Pink Traveler

Best of Hawaii: The Modern Honolulu

Best of Hawaii: The Modern Honolulu

By on May 26, 2014 in Pink Traveler

Situated just a few steps from the waters of Waikiki, The Modern Honolulu possesses the best of both modern luxury and beachside fantasy. Its chic sunrise pool and relaxing sunset pool scene, ocean view suites with crisp, white decor and the most popular lounge and nightclub in the city, this hotel combines the appeal of […]

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Zip Into Louisiana

Zip Into Louisiana

The craziest thing you’ve ever done in Louisiana no longer requires showing body parts for shiny plastic beads. Instead, it involves keeping those same appendages out of the path of giant chomping alligators. Welcome to Shreveport-Bossier, a delightful pairing of cities with more than their fair share of Southern charm and eccentric characters. With gambling […]

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Rocky Mountain Gays

Rocky Mountain Gays

By on December 17, 2013 in Pink Traveler

Assume the missionary position now. Because you’re headed to Salt Lake City, a surprisingly awesome gay destination. The home base for homo-hating Mormons may not sound like an ideal place to vacation, but once The Advocate named it the best gay city in 2012, we had to check it out for ourselves. And boy are […]

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