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Hope you're still enjoying the bundle of joy that is Logo's Wednesday night Bewitched block. Obviously Elizabeth Montgomery and Agnes Moorehead are treasures, but never overlook the deeply funny, unendingly wicked, quite obviously gay Paul Lynde. He never publicly came out, but the fact is, his penchant for racy punchlines and hammy crudity was relatable specifically to gay viewers the world over. He is irreplaceable. Here are ten elite-level facts that all great Paul Lynde fans should cherish.
1. We love him in Bye, Bye Birdie, but don't forget his even funnier cameo in Son of Flubber.
In just a few short lines, he establishes that he's funnier than Fred MacMurray ever was.
Looking for a must-see list of great gay documentaries? We've got you covered. We recently asked our readers to nominate up to five of their favorite documentary films via write-in vote. Thousands responded and we tabulated the results to bring you the top 25 here. All of these films are definitely worth a look and to help you learn more about titles you might not be familiar with, we've included trailers, links to reviews, official film websites and more. Plus, for three of the titles we've even embedded the full movie thanks to the Logo Docs library.
So here they are, the 25 Greatest Gay Documentaries. Which ones have you already seen? Which ones do you need to see?
25. Saint of 9/11
Summary: Sir Ian McKellen narrates this inspiring portrait of Father Mychal Judge, a New York City Fire Department Chaplain who wrestled with his sexuality, his genuine dedication to life as a priest, »
- AfterElton.com Staff
Yesterday was about the Oscars, but there was another important entertainment event – the Razzie nominations. And this year, Adam Sandler destroyed the previous record for nominations, racking up a stunning 11 nominations across three separate movies. I find I almost always agree with the Razzies more than the Oscars.
The pope just can't keep his mind out of the bedroom. He's now reaffirmed the Vatican's 2008 position that says that procreation should only happen in the bedroom, not the laboratory. “The human and Christian dignity of procreation, in fact, doesn’t consist in a ‘product,’” he said, “ but in its link to the conjugal act, an expression of the love of the spouses of their union, not only biological but also spiritual.” And yet he's totally against my conjugal act. But he seems to think about it more than I do.
Avril Lavigne has made it known that she'd like to be »
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