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Wedding
How to avoid matrimonial mayhem: four couples share their success stories
Tagged on February 25, 2010
Hip Homo Honeymoons
We all know that a lot happens between “girl-meets-girl” and “I now pronounce you wife and wife” The dating, the fighting, the break-up sex, the make-up sex, the proposing, the planning, and finally the I-do-ing. By the time the curtain falls on your big day, you and your new lifemate are going to be in dire need of a restful, romantic honeymoon. But where to go? Well, GO got the low-down on a trio of traditional honeymoon locations that offer plenty of great, gay-friendly or gay-owned businesses and accommodations. So pack your post-ceremony bags for Maui, Fort Lauderdale, or Las Vegas, baby!
Tagged on November 24, 2008
NYC Gay Pride Parade 2008
Photos by Sabrina Haley, Betsy Kershner, Mary Ellen Hitt and Sharyn Jackson. Featuring Dani Campbell. June 29, 2008. More nationwide photos coming soon!
Tagged on September 22, 2008
Aqua Girl 2008
GO's pictures from Aqua Girl in Miami! by Sabrina Haley
Tagged on September 22, 2008
L is for Leisha: Alice is the L-Word Spin-off Star
"What the friggin' frack?" Our beloved series is almost over, the beginning of the end being January 2009! What is a queer girl to watch now? However will we spend our Sunday nights? Well breathe easy fellow L-Word lovers-Showtime announced last week that character Alice Pieszecki will be the star of the show’s spin-off! Our dear Ilene is making it so that the finale of our favorite series will set the stage for Alice’s new solo show. According to media reports, the spin-off will debut online first, and then possibly make a move to the boob tube. Whether it’s on a computer or a plasma screen, I can’t wait to see what wacky adventures await my favorite L-Worder! As awesome as “Shane and the City” or “Everybody loves Bette” spin-offs would have been, I think Leisha’s character demonstrates the most potential to carry the queer torch. An outspoken, insecure, neurotic, and wise-cracking feminist with a penchant for all things gay and dramatic, Alice’s mouth, heart, and girl parts are destined to make for some must-see TV. Last season, Alice was questioning her future with Tasha and trying to secure a permanent spot on The Look. One can only guess how the series will end and leave Ms. Pieszecki, but hopefully it’s in a good place, both in mind, body, and spirit. Because we are discussing the unknown, I can only imagine what could happen to Alice in her new wonderland. What crazy obstacles and climatic consequences will our feisty friend face all alone in WeHo? Luckily, I have an overactive imagination, one that can vividly envision the possible paths Alice can take on the solo road. Here are some storylines I recommend for our girl as she spins off: ·        Alice dumps Tasha and goes on a dating spree! She decides to test the bisexual waters once again, contacts MTV, and stars in her own Shot at Love, where Lisa (the lesbian man) makes a cameo and becomes one of the top three finalists. ·        Alice decides to open up her own Planet, calling it the worLd. Every night is “ladies night” at Alice’s new hot spot, where she and Papi personally host/judge Turkish oil wrestling matches. ·        Alice aggressively pursues TV journalism and leaves The Look. She then becomes the star of her own talk show and brings OurChart to national television, freaking out right-wing Republican Jesus freaks everywhere. ·        Missing Dana more than usual, Alice goes to a psychic medium in an effort to re-connect with her. She and Dana’s ghost end up having a paranormal, otherworldly romance that’s ultimately consummated with Alice jumping off an Olivia cruise ship and joining Dana in the afterlife. (A little morbid, but sweet no?) ·        Alice decides to dedicate herself to her journalism full-time and globally, traveling through the Middle East to document the secret lives of Muslim lesbians and distributing rainbow prayer rugs. ·        Alice and Tasha get married and go on a child adoption extravaganza, becoming mothers to a total of five children from Russia, Thailand, North Africa, and (twins from) Vietnam. ·        Alice runs for office in 2012! Pieszecki for President bitches! Besides my really rad propositions, who knows where Alice is really headed? Ms. Pieszecki is such a crazy, complex little queer that her life can go in any direction. Whatever becomes of Alice, I just hope Irene and Company don’t suppress the quirky, lovable, and loud-mouthed persona that defines the character we have grown to love.  Stay tuned as Alice’s story goes on…
Tagged on September 9, 2008
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