Written by Instinct Staff | Wednesday, 28 March 2012
Tags: william levy
, martina navratilova
, dancing with the stars
, underwear photos
So we were all set to boycott Dancing With The Stars after they dismissed our beloved gay icon, Martina Navratilova, but recent nearly-nude photos of one her competitors, Cuban actor William Levy, have made that damn near impossible.
Check out the muy caliente Mr. Levy after the jump!FULL STORY
Written by Instinct Staff | Thursday, 16 February 2012
Tags: cuba gooding jr.
, tom cruise
, jerry mcguire
On Bring Your Dad to Work Day during filming of Jerry McGuire, Cuba Gooding Jr. apparently won the show-n-tell. Details follow.
Written by Instinct Staff | Tuesday, 24 January 2012
, gay rights
, u.s. department of state
, gay marriage
Is Cuba ready to have Castro Street activism under what is still a Castro regime? It hasn’t been that long since homosexuality was decriminalized in Cuba. (Yes, that public make-out session with Alberto could’ve landed you in handcuffs and not in the fun way.) But the U.S. government under Obama has worried that members of Cuba’s gay community, while not being arrested, are still dealing with more discrimination and challenges than the rest of the population. So what are we doing about it? And is the Cuban government on board?
Written by Instinct Staff | Monday, 19 December 2011
Tags: mark cuban
, openly gay
, come out
In an interview with TMZ, Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban says he fully expects the NBA to have an openly-gay basketball player within the next "three to five years." More, after the jump.
Written by Instinct Staff | Tuesday, 31 August 2010
Tags: fidel catsro
, the miami herald
, gay rights
The Miami Herald is reporting that in an interview with a Mexican newspaper, Fidel Castro calls his country's persecution of the gay community "a great injustice." Joe.My.God posts that:
Castro said that the revolutionary government's actions represented "a great injustice—a great injustice!—whoever committed it. If we committed it, we committed it. I am trying to limit my responsibility in all that because, of course, personally I don't have that type of prejudice."
The interviewer paraphrases him as saying that "everything came about as a spontaneous reaction in the revolutionary ranks that came from the nation's traditions. In the old Cuba, blacks were not the only ones discriminated against; there was discrimination against...FULL STORY