Archive for September 2nd, 2011

September 2, 2011

CUTE TANK by San Francisco’s Own Lucas Ringhofer and Eden Slezin

by Accidental Bear

Having a tank top on is one step closer to being nude, think about it men. What I love about tanks is that they are celebrated by every demographic of queers. Muscles gays can show off their guns, bears can high light their fuzzy shoulder, backs and chests, twinks can reach in the sides and play their rib cage like a xylophone and finally those with an armpit fetish, need I say more. Eden Slezin and Lucas Ringhofer have got this so right on, with a plethora of cool designs and patterns. I think they might have had you in mind.

 

On Sunday September 4th, at 12pm to 3pm.

 Sui GENERIS “ille” are happy to Launch the line of Tank tops of their good friends Lucas and Eden

Please stop by say hello, have a Margarita, try on a CUTE TANK top and take it home!  Eden & Lucas with all their mounds of good looks and charm will be there as your host for the event.

The Margaritas are sponsored by BOUNCE at REBEL on Market Street in SF.  They hope to see you at the  after party at BOUNCE. 3pm to 7pm.

See all the styles that will be present at Sui Generis for Sept online as well at www.cutetank.com

September 2, 2011

Hair Balls of the Day: Mercy

by Accidental Bear

(via loyalidiot)

September 2, 2011

Move Over Lady Pinups, “Men-ups” by Click-and-clash are in Town

by Accidental Bear

Take notice of the toe points, my favorite little detail. I don’t you’ll be calling any of these fellas a damsel in distress because they look well equipped.

clickandclash’s photostream

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September 2, 2011

San Francisco Zine Fest 2011: September 3 & 4

by Accidental Bear

BONUS: Wuvable Oaf will be tabling at the tenth SF Zinefest, this Saturday and Sunday! Stop by and say howdy…they’ll have their full range of stuff (including the new comic and prints) at their new, redesigned booth! Best part: IT’S FREE!!!

Zine Fest 2011: September 3 & 4

The San Francisco Zine Fest is a free, annual celebration of small-press publishing, from zines and comics to art books and beyond. The Zine Fest serves as a vital showcase of the diversity, creativity, and ongoing exuberance of the small-press movement. Our exhibitors range from established small-press publishing houses including RE/Search Publications, Microcosm, AK Press, Sparkplug Comics, and Tugboat Press to first time self-publishers and creators. Writers, cartoonists, crafters, illustrators, printmakers, and all manner of artists use the SFZF as a unique venue to sell, trade, and otherwise share their work with an ever-growing audience.


This year’s SFZF will be the largest yet, with many more exhibitors, along with more workshops, panels, and special events! The Festival takes place on Labor Day Weekend, September 3 + 4, 2011 at the San Francisco County Fair Building, in Golden Gate Park. As always, the Zine Fest is FREE and open to the public! Over 150 small-press and DIY creators will be selling, trading, and otherwise sharing their work with over three thousand attendees.

September 2, 2011

News: Alaska Earthquake 2011, ‘GAY PANIC’ WINS, GLAAD Announces ‘Amplifier’ Advertising Award Winners

by Accidental Bear

GLAAD ANNOUNCES ‘AMPLIFIER’ ADVERTISING AWARD WINNERS

GLAAD has announced the winners for its Amplifier Awards, celebrating LGBT-inclusiveness in television, print, outdoor, and social media advertising. See the full list at GLAAD’s website, but here are the television campaign winners (Google Chrome/”It Gets Better,” Absolut Vodka/RuPaul’s Drag Race, and Expedia/TripOut):

 

 

MISTRIAL IN LAWRENCE KING CASE — ‘GAY PANIC’ WINS

A judge has declared a mistrial in the case against Brandon McInerney, who at age 14 shot his openly gay classmate Lawrence King in the back of the head twice. The jury voted seven to five of finding McInerney guilty of the lesser charge of voluntary manslaughter, essentially a win for the “gay panic” defense McInerney’s lawyers put forth. GLSEN responded to the mistrial, saying, “The central facts remain the same: homophobia killed Larry King and destroyed Brandon McInerney’s life, and adults failed both young men because of their own inability to deal forthrightly and compassionately with the multiple challenges they each faced.” Watch a local news report from KTLA about the trial’s conclusion:

Chaz Bono: “The Negative Comments Are Motivating”

CHAZ BONO DWTS TROPHY LEAD X390 (GETTY FAIR) | ADVOCATE.COMWith the simultaneous publication of Transition,his memoir, and release ofBecoming Chaz, his documentary, transgender activist Chaz Bono was seemingly everywhere last May, including on the cover of  The Advocate. On Tuesday, when the announcement was made that Bono will appear on the next season of ABC’sDancing With the Stars, it seemed like a win-win for everyone. The network will likely see a new audience for the 13th season of its hit dance competition series. More important, Bono will able to represent trans people on a bigger platform than ever and on a weekly basis. He has potential to shatter expectations and transcend labels.

Married Pinoy gay in San Francisco escapes deportation

A Filipino gay man in San Francisco in the United States was spared from being deported to the Philippines and being separated from his life partner, thanks to a new policy that recognizes same-sex marriage as a family tie. According to a report of the Contra Costa Times, the case against Raul Sinense was temporarily closed and the deportation proceedings against him were stopped on August 16.

NOM’s Idea Of “Excellent” Analysis: Calling Homosexuality An “Addictive,” “Learned” Behavior

In an August 31 blog entry, the National Organization for Marriage’s (NOM) Ruth Institute posted aninterview between Nick Gillespie, editor of Reason.tv, and George Gilder, a conservative author and commentator. While the interview covered a wide range of topics, the Ruth Institute was particularly impressed with Gilder’s “analysis of marriage abolition via redefinition,” calling it “excellent”:

Alaska Earthquake 2011: Quake Strikes Fox Islands, Aleutian Islands Region

Alaska Earthquake 2011ANCHORAGE, Alaska — A 6.8-magnitude earthquake in the Pacific Ocean prompted a brief tsunami warning early Friday morning for Alaska’s Aleutian Islands. The warning was canceled after only a small wave was recorded in the community of Atka, Alaska. “In Atka, they had a little bump of a wave, but nothing of any kind of a destructive power. Just a wave,” said Jeremy Zidek, a spokesman for the Alaska Department of Homeland Security. The earthquake struck at about 2:55 a.m. AKDT, and there were no initial reports of injuries or damage, according to the United States Geological Survey.

The World’s Worst City To Live In Is …

HARARE, Zimbabwe — A top research group on Thursday rated Zimbabwe’s capital as the worst of 140 world cities in which to live. The British-based Economist Intelligence Unit said its researchers excluded cities in Libya, Iraq and other war zones. Harare, where power and water outages occur daily, scored a 38 percent “livability rating,” the group said. The group said the threat of civil unrest and the availability of public health care and public transport in Harare were intolerable. Energy and water supplies were undesirable, it said, calling phones and Internet services uncomfortable. Zimbabwe formed a shaky coalition government in 2009 after years of political violence and economic meltdown. Melbourne and Vienna were rated the two easiest cities to live in.

September 2, 2011

Video Warm-ups: Celebrity Trainer Johnny Pearman, Are You Shaving Your Balls & Wolfman’s Footy Social

by Accidental Bear

 

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