Interview With Osama Bin Laden’s Former Mistress Kola Boof

She is an Egyptian/Sudanese-American, award-winning novelist, poet, television writer, activist, and one of the many women entangled in the life of one of America’s Most Wanted Individuals – Osama Bin Laden. Kola Boof, mistress and confidant of the well-known terrorist responsible for the many lives lost during the 9/11 World Trade attacks, came out not […]

An Open Letter to Tracy Morgan

Kamora Herrington, who leads the mentoring program for True Colors, a Hartford-based youth and family services organization for gay, lesbian and transgender teens, had this to say about the comedian’s anti-gay remarks: Dear Tracy, I woke up to your apology this morning and was disappointed. You apologized to your fans and the gay and lesbian […]

Interview with Leisha Hailey of Uh Huh Her

I hope you enjoy this interview courtesy of Stine @ www.TheNewGay.net It’s almost May 2nd! And yes, it is three days before Cinco De Mayo, also known as Thursday, but more importantly, Uh Huh Her will be taking the stage at the 930 Club. Much to my glee, I had a chance to speak with […]

Message To Gay Conservatives: Ann Coulter is no Judy Garland

I failed to criticize Ann Coulter last month when news surfaced that she had accepted an invitation to headline GOProud’s HomoCon 2010, the first annual gathering of so-called homosexual conservatives that took place at Pay-pal co-founder Peter Thiel’s estate in September. (I use the term “so-called” because it’s quite obvious that being homosexual is not exactly […]

On Mel Gibson’s The Passion Of The Rant

So Mel Gibson’s an alcoholic, egomaniac, and a damn good actor with a mean streak. What’s new in Hollywood? Certainly not the violent verbal outbursts that have tapped into the consciousness of his most loyal of fans over the past few weeks. And honestly, it’s not like he’s showing a side of himself we’ve never seen before. Lethal Weapon and Braveheart were perfect examples of […]

Weekend Rap-Up: Highs and Lows

I’ve been a Williams sisters fan for as long as I can remember. I can appreciate and admire the visibility and respect they’ve garnered for their masterful prowess on and off the tennis court.  Thanks in large part to having parents that care.  Following this weekends outrageous on-court outburst, there’s been a lot of talk among die hard […]

Peace, Love, Oprah and Black Eyed Peas

I love this video and it may be just the thing I needed to bring back my passion for the people of Chicago and the Black Eyed Peas. Eh, who knows. All I know is this video kicked more ass than the ass kicking my teammates and I got on the field today. We had so few players I ended up playing on the defense, offense, kicking […]

Ellen DeGeneres Replaces Paula Abdul On American Idol

Chicago Tribune Fox announced Wednesday the talk show host and comedian, who admittedly has no formal music experience, just a passion for tunes, would join Simon Cowell, Randy Jackson and Kara DioGuardi for the ninth season. The announcement all but seals the departure of Paula Abdul, the original third judge who announced she was quitting […]

Precious Movie Trailer

Directed by Lee Daniels’ the film is set in Harlem in 1987. It is the story of Claireece “Precious” Jones (Gabourey Sidibe), a sixteen-year-old African-American girl born into a life no one would want. She’s pregnant for the second time by her absent father; at home, she must wait hand and foot on her mother (Mo’Nique), a […]