People's Instinctive Travels And The Paths of Rhythm


• "I have a situation from Naples. I have a situation from Cuba... a German just arrived from Germany... two black guys... the soccer player... and the dancer for the RAI state broadcaster." A Vatican chorister describes the tableau of men available to his Vatican superior.

• To sports news now... University of Tennessee's Eric Berry works it at the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis. Woof! Eric Berry is right, and Joe Haden, left.

• What Barbara (wished she hadn't)
asked Ricky.

• American network CBS says it will make a "conscious effort" to include gay characters in its shows, following last year's criticism by the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation.

• "Marie Osmond's poor gay son killed himself because he had been told how wrong and how sick he was every day of his life by his church and the people in it. Calling that "depression" is a lie! Yet the Osmonds still talk lovingly about their church, saying nothing about its extremely anti-gay Crusade. Marie also has a gay daughter! Hey, I want her and all the gay kids in the world to know that they are just fine being gay and that they deserve love and respect instead of insults and rebuke! I have gay people in my family and my circle of friends and I am kicking bigot ass and taking names!"
Roseanne Barr on the suicide of Marie Osmand's son.

• Westboro Baptist Church again
targeting gay hate crime play The Laramie Project, left.

• The American Family Association, a conservative Christian organisation in the US, wants the SeaWorld whale that killed its trainer to be
stoned to death.

• Oh dear. Anti-Gay State Senator Roy Ashburn
arrested for drink driving. He'd just left Faces, a gay club in the Sacramento, with a male "friend" in tow.

• And he's a regular at gay hotspots,
according to openly gay West Sacramento Mayor Christopher Cabaldon.

• Paul Richmond
paints Mike Ruiz.

• Microsoft
updates Code of Conduct so users can identify as gay and transgender on their Xbox profiles.

• Washington D.C. has begun to license same-sex marriages.

Project 1138, a new blog "designed to increase public awareness of the 1,138 federal marital benefits and protections denied to same-sex couples as the result of marriage inequality".

• Homophobic murder music merchant Beenie Man is scheduled to perform in New York on 12th March at Water Street Music Hall. Beenie Man performed in Kampala, Uganda last year, performing the song Mi Nah Wallah, in which he says he'd like to cut the throats of all gay men. Contact Water Street Music Hall to protest: John Chmiel (Owner/Booking/Bar Manager), Phone: (585) 546-3887, Fax: (585) 325-5601, waterstreetmusic at; or Catherine Bauer (Booking/In-house promotion), Phone: (585) 546-3887, Fax: (585) 325-5601, cat at Thanks to Sam Kestu for this information.

• Uganda: Anti-gay bill
would lead to 'super-criminalization' of HIV.

• Gay couples in Mexico
now have full marital rights, as well as the right to adopt.

• Brazil to get its first ever gay TV series, called Farme 40 Graus. Made in Brazil has the link, but it's
Portugese only, kids.

• A Catholic church in the Netherlands will
no longer bar gay members of its congregation holy communion.

• Kicked off a bus
for sagging pants; bus driver worried he might get turned on.

• More on that Vatican gay sex scandal: Chorister
sacked for procuring male prostitutes for papal gentleman-in-waiting. Cartoon via the brilliant Slap Upside The Head.

• Earlier this week we
learned that Cyprus is considering revising laws to allow gay marriage. Gay rights campaigners are talking up the economic benefits of such a move.

• The island of Guernsey could equalise the age of consent, lowering the legal age for gay men to 16 (the same as for a man and a woman). The proposals would also remove the current ban on sex between more than two men at the same time. Guernsey is not part of the UK, but a "separate possession of the Crown".

• Troubled gay lifestyle magazine Attitude is to be re-stocked by WH Smith with immediate effect.
Last month, we heard how Smith's - the UK's leading retailer of nrespapers and magazines - had dropped the title from its stores.

• The Roman Catholic church in Britain is jealous of
hedonistic gays. Theology Now Blog thinks they ought to be reminded of Saints Sergius and Bacchus, left, "early Christian martyrs and openly gay lovers".

• How Britain's gay porn industry is "
normalising unsafe sexual practice and ripping off its actors".

• An ITV documentary about a gay teen in Preston? Hmm... The Tonight show will go out on 18th March.

• Jesus IS black.

• The dangers of social networkings sites, and why you shouldn't sign up to

• What do OJ Simpson, Dennis Rodman and Ru Paul. They're all bad examples of African Americans. Apparently.

• The Big Picture: Holi 2010, left and right (37 pictures). Leave it to the Indians to put on an absolutely mind-blowing spectacle. Be sure to check out the rest of this beautiful gallery.

• A Tube map
for the body. For when your train is pulling into a tunnel.

• If you want to live forever,

• Adding oxygen to liquor
speeds sobriety.

• Tiny condoms for 12-year-old boys. Or as gift for someone you really dislike.

• Animal pictures of the week
(29 pictures).


• And if that doesn't get us...


Vanke Center Shenzhen in China, left, by Steven Holl Architects.

Seven theories of everything.

• The mobile phone that
recharges itself by "harvesting energy from the owner's motion".

• God
didn't vote for American Idol contestant Jermaine Sellars.

• 50 Cent wants to get into bed
with Peter Andre. I'm surprised Fiddy's even heard of the orange immigrant.

• Dizzee Rascal is writing a memoir, due for
publication in October.

• JLS a longterm prospect: management have a
five year strategy.

• Jason Derulo comes between two halves of JLS (sorry, I couldn't resist).

• The new series of Doctor Who has Twilight and Harry Potter-like elements. "We wanted to give the look of the series a slightly more storybook, fairy-tale feel - within reason," executive producer Piers Wenger
told Doctor Who Magazine. Fingers crossed that the style is a step away from the overblown American sci-fi series style favoured by Russell T. Davies.

• The BBC has renewed Doctor Who spin-off The Sarah Jane Adventures - starring ka-os|theory favourite Daniel Anthony - for a further two series.

• This week's
Gays of Our Lives: the latest clips, news and spoilers in the world of soaps and dramas featuring your favorite (and not so favorite) gay characters. Left, German soap All That Matters.

• "I am horny, where is my brother?" Bel Ami's Peters twins are up to their old tricks.

Fake hardcore Taylor Lautner pictures, anyone? With love, The Sword. And a big LOL from Garçon Stupide.

Cascade, right, by Dutch designers Atelier Van Lieshout.

• Like a babe in the woods... Chad Ochocinco models some Reeboks. Just some Reeboks.

• Finally, everyone loves a shirtless cutie giving advice, even if it's a touch optimistic. So let's join Davey Wavey in his closet...

Issue 54 of The News According To Garçon Stupide
covers the period 3rd-6th March 2010.

(What do all the headlines for each edition of
The News According To Garçon Stupide have in common?)

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"You know, we might just as well not have bothered to come.
The whole thing's been ridiculous."

© 2010


Unknown said...

How do you decide what is news worthy?

KAOS said...

That's a funny thing to ask after all this time!

Basically anything that interests me, and that I think will interest others.

Eduardo Guize said...

Maybe I'm gonna start designing "Leave Ricky alone!" t-shirts...

Eric Arvin said...

I can't remember the last time I ran around outside naked! Ah, the good ol' days!

Corve said...

Will there be a protest over Beenie Man in NY?

Will wait and see.

DAvey's video is hot

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