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CULTURE / June 26 2012 10:05 AM

INDIE REWIND: The Landmark Case of Hipster v. Gay

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Ah, that old debate. As sexuality becomes more and more fluid and jeans become tighter and tighter, it’s hard out there for a gay to discern a plain old, common, douchebag hipster from a boy-humping, mustache-riding, disco-dancing, Streisand-listening friend of Dorothy. In reality, the only thing truly separating one from the other is a few too many PBRs and a dimly-lit bar. However, for sartorial’s sake, let’s do a quick rundown of 10 articles these two groups share in and out of irony.

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NEWSROOM / June 7 2012 4:00 PM

Chanel’s LBJ Party, Marc Jacobs on Heroin and Supermodels at the Olympics

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- Various ways Sex and the City would be different if it was still on the air — and thank god it’s not. [Buzzfeed]

- Mark Zuckerberg is on his way to the poor house after losing $4 billion from the disastrous Facebook IPO. Sure he still has some $14.75 billion, but he’s not in the world’s top 40 billionaires anymore. Loser. [Guardian]

- The fashionable set turned up for Chanel‘s “Little Black Jacket” exhibit opening party hosted by sisters from different misters Karl Lagerfeld and Carine Roitfeld. [Fashionologie]

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NEWS / February 7 2012 5:42 PM

Oy-vey! Galliano’s Back, Lindsay Makes Dirty LOVE to Terry & Beyonce’s Boobylicious

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- David Beckham says he “didn’t know where to look” when the ad for his new bodywear collection at H&M aired during the Super Bowl. Funny, my eyes knew exactly where to zoom in. [Telegraph]

- David’s wife Victoria, however, knows exactly what she’s doing on the cover of i-D. [Telegraph]

- John Galliano resurfaced recently to fete the birthday of a close friend. And not a single Jew was harmed — it’s called progress, people. [Page Six]

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NYC / February 2 2012 11:46 AM

New York’s Hottest Gay Dance Party Is STASH!

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Club promoter Trangela Mansbury is BACK and this time – it’s genitals. This place has everything – water-skiing, a chocolate marshmallow fountain, Asian Bernie Madoffs, human whirly beanies…you know that thing where a midget is strapped to your head and he spins around like a tiny helicopter? 

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CULTURE / January 20 2012 1:27 PM

Queen Out and Find Love in a C.U.N.T.Y. Place

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There are three places when being a C.U.N.T. is a good thing: the boardroom, the bedroom and, of course, the ballroom. The ball, the birthplace of voguing, is also the fierce intersection where fashion, music, gay culture and African American culture fabulously meet. Black queens take to the dancefloor where they walk, WALK and deathdrop for prestige. This Friday, put a smile on your face and some bass in your walk with this gag-worthy voguing video.  As Jay R. Neutron’s remix of Rihanna‘s criminally infectious mega-hit, “We Found Love in a C.U.N.T.Y. Place,” thumping in the background, these children — and by the children I mean the queens who dare to walk Paris’ ball…as well as some actual little kids – show the true meaning of charisma, uniqueness, nerve and talent.

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CULTURE / January 19 2012 2:24 PM

It’s Gotten Better…Could Be Worse: The Modern Gay Rights Movement in Under 7 Minutes

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This short documentary by Ryan James Yezak takes over 50 years of clips depicting gay culture in America — from early public service announcements on the dangers of the homosexual scourge to Ellen DeGeneres coming out on primetime to the repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell — and condenses them all into an easily digestible 6:52.  It’s an inspiring bit of filmmaking, but also quite inflammatory and downright infuriating when one considers the amount of blatant prejudice and oppression that generations of people have been subjected to for a simple and innate characteristic they can neither control nor determine. That the face of gay rights is overwhelmingly a white one is a minor gripe that I don’t have the time or energy to even begin to explore, but there has been undeniable progress in the fight for equality. Yet there’s so much more fighting to do in order to ensure that one human being is never considered lesser than another, especially for something as trivial as who they happen to love. Take the 6:52 out of your day to watch “The Gay Rights Movement.”

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