Written by Instinct Staff | Tuesday, 19 June 2012
Tags: l.a. pride
, thaddeus thacker
, gay men
, ex gay
, heterosexualization seminar
, west hollywood
While gays may have battled it out for the "craziest outfit" at L.A. Pride over the weekend, anti-gay preachers were certainly fighting for the simple title of "craziest." Where one preacher used potty-mouthed tactics to inflame altercations, another donned a mustache as fake as his ministry, entered the colorful crowd and attempted to draft parade goers to join his heterosexualization seminar. Hilarity ensued (after the jump).
Written by Instinct Staff | Friday, 20 January 2012
, social networks
, joel simkhai
Updated Wednesday, 2 p.m. EST
As the Australian hacker accused of logging into Grindr profiles evades criminal charges, a company spokesman says that the accusations lofted last week against the popular GPS social app are "unfounded." Details follow.
Written by Instinct Staff | Friday, 11 November 2011
Tags: gag reflex
, turn off
Sure, "easy trick" and "gag reflex" shouldn't be used in the same headline for risk of exploding the Google crawling spiders, but when science makes a landmark discovery that stands to thwart hundreds of awkward moments for gays, by Gaga we're going to share it. Follow the jump for the nifty (and simple) trick researchers have confirmed can turn off the gag reflex in an instant.
Tags: national organization for marriage
, marriage equality
Yea, that'd be the day. The above screen capture of the National Organization for Marriage's blog page made us wonder if pigs were flying. Turns out is was just ex-NOM head Maggie Gallagher.
Someone over at the NOM blog got lazy and linked to another website's image (in this case a political cartoon). The cartoonist wasn't too happy with the bigoted, anti-Christian group using their work, so they changed the NOM-linked image to a rainbow flag underscored by a Thomas Jefferson quote. Of course NOM, allergic to anything resembling logic or the notion of Christian values like tolerance and love for all humankind, lowered the flag the second they noticed. But hey, we'll always have the screengrab to remember the day the nation's...FULL STORY
Tags: britney spears
, new world order
Guess Britney's Twitter page is a big target for hackers as it has been yet again tapped into. This time (possibly by way of disgruntled fans in Australia), the hackers sent a few Satanic-themed Tweets from Brit Brit's account. "Living in sin is the new thing," she sings in "3", making me question whether or not the Kabbalah bracelet has been tossed in a fire and a new faith pursued, or if this really is the work of "hackers"...
I kid, I kid. Britney's team issued a blanket apology on her blog earlier today. "This morning, Britney's Twitter and MySpace were hacked. We apologize for any offense the message from the hacker caused and are working with Twitter on remedying the situation as quickly as possible."