Written by Instinct Staff | Tuesday, 08 May 2012
Tags: maurice sendak
, openly gay
, where the wild things are
, children's book
Sad news to pass along today about the death of Maurice Sendak, author of seminal children's book Where The Wild Things Are, who has died from complications associated with a stroke.
Written by Instinct Staff | Tuesday, 03 April 2012
Tags: dr. martin
, the doctors
, became gay
Because we are known for being thoroughly classy, we promise to withhold all the kinky examining table jokes Dr. Travis Stork of The Doctors inspires to bring you this serious science-y story.
Using the rugby player who famously "became gay" after suffering a stroke as an example, neurosurgeon Dr. Neil Martin displayed similarities between homosexual male and heterosexual female brains to defend a biological origin for sexual orientation on Tuesday's episode of The Doctors.
Tags: chris birch
, rugby player
, turned gay
, heterosexual becomes homosexual
Writers at the Onion couldn't have scripted it better: Chris Birch, once a rugby-playing, beer-guzzling jock engaged to a woman, woke up from a stroke attracted to men. Details follow.
Written by Jeff Katz
, | Tuesday, 06 April 2010
, lady gaga
, green day
, erykah badu
, matt & kim
, the strokes
Lollapalooza, Chicago's annual music fest, may not rival Coachella is size, but this year it seems to be rivaling (maybe beating?) the California event when it comes to bands!
The 2010 lineup was just announced, and headliners include Green Day, Soundgarden and...FULL STORY
Written by Instinct Staff | Thursday, 14 January 2010
Tags: rue mclanahan
, golden girls
In another Golden Girls related post for the week, it's being reported that Rue McClanahan has suffered a stroke. The woman that inspired many a gay man is said to be recovering in a hospital, unable to speak. If physical and speech therapy go well, doctors tell us that Rue will be able to recover at home in a few weeks.
Rue's husband spoke with Broadway World about her recovery. "She can understand what you are saying in conversation, but still has some trouble speaking. Her speech is slower than it once was and she hasn't completely recovered on the right side of her body. She's going to require a lot more physical and speech therapy - but at least it's not like I stay awake at nights any more thinking that Rue is going to die...FULL STORY