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  • terrwill

    Can I write “nine-gy”???? : P

    (got wicked confusing……….)

  • QLA

    the gatest thing I ever did was sut dick

  • SometimesElla

    Attended more musicals than I am comfortable mentioning/counting…

  • Fitz

    Breathed.

  • Johnny

    sweated to the oldies.

  • RomanHans

    Let me get this straight. You’re saying gay equals feminine? Wow. Who needs enemies with friends like this?

  • Q

    @RomanHans – and you’re saying feminine = bad?

    Get over yourselves people. This is supposed to be fun.

    The gayest thing I’ve done is posing for pictures as a child. My brothers would be all lined up (there are 4 of us) with just hands to their sides, and I’d have to cock a leg up, do a two finger salute and turn to a 3/4 profile. I think I was 5 or 6.

  • Jamie

    Read Queerty while in bed with my husband while he watched Rupaul’s Drag race. Then we did what naturally follows–went out and bought new throw pillows for the couch because the dog came into the bedroom chewing on one. True story.

  • B Damion

    Listen to Beyonce’s “Feakum Dress” non-stop for 1 hour lol…I was so upset with myself. But it was fun.lol…

  • B Damion

    I mean I was just queening out to Freakum dress boy…lol..lol.lol..i love my some Beyonce….”Get it Girrr!”

  • B Damion

    Dam it!! my spelling..we know how the gays get with Grammer…Grammer police please..don’t get me..I was just sooo excited.

  • RobinNYC

    I watched the Nationals in figure skating over this past week.

    No…that’s not the gayest thing…that’s just the setup.

    The gayest thing was missing Michelle Kwan, youtubing her 1996 World’s long program of Salome and quietly crying at my desk.

  • Qjersey

    Giving a straight woman tips on how to give a good blow job.

  • JoeyD

    Teaching my bestie (straight woman, duh) how to walk in heels, except I attempted to stretch those walking-lessons into running, dancing and jumping. She still doesn’t get it, but I can still rock some fuck-me pumps like it’s no ones business…and damn proud of it! Ahhh…to have been raised with a Mother and 8 sisters…always an abundace of shoes…lol

  • Jay

    Video won’t play outside USA. Fuckers.

  • dan

    Diana Ross Live at the Univeral Amphitheater, 1984

  • David Ehrenstein

    Going to the premiere of “The Ghosts of Versailles” at the Metropolitan Opera.

  • RomanHans

    #7 Q: @RomanHans – and you’re saying feminine = bad?

    I’m saying generalizations are bad. Which, you know, means I think you’re dumb.

    > Get over yourselves people. This is supposed to be fun.

    Just let me get the rules straight. Obviously we can’t say something is really black or really Jewish. And we can’t say “It’s so gay” where gay means lame. But “It’s so gay” where gay means dudes in leotards ice-dancing is fun fun fun! Gotcha, guys. Now I’m on board.

  • Rowen

    It’s kind of a mix for me.

    I used to hide under the covers while listening to a tape of Diana Ross singing a medley of songs from Funny Girl while planning out the staging and choreography.

    I also used to drap myself in bedsheets and spin around the room while listening to music (um, usually Yanni, Live at the Acropolis) cause I liked the way the fabric looked.

  • 1EqualityUSA

    You guys are so gay. I wore motorcycle boots to a job interview at a Catholic hospital. I took a week before I received my rejection letter. What’s truly gay is that I didn’t own a motorcycle.

  • jason

    There is no such thing as a “gay thing”. Things can’t be “gay”. Relationships may be gay but things aren’t.

    This sort of camp idiocy on LOGO plays into the hands of our enemies. Give LOGO the flick is what I say.

  • David

    I transitioned away from the gayest job, (Flight Attendant) to the other gayest job. (Interior Designer)

    If I can become a florist and work at the MAC makeup counter before I die, the circle of life will be complete.

  • jason

    Fun is one thing but not when it distorts our relationships for the sake of a cheap laugh. Camp tragics are not welcome in the gay scene. If you want to be a camp tragic, go elsewhere and do it.

  • scott ny'er

    @Jamie: I like this reply. Cute and funny.

  • scott ny'er

    @RobinNYC: Really? I much prefer her The Feeling Begins and Aranjuez programs. What?!?! They are really good! Shut up!

  • Fitz

    @Jay: There is something outside of the USA?

  • CHIP1218

    @RomanHans:

    You can say something is really Jewish! It’s all about the intent. I don’t get offended by my non-Jewish friends who make Jewish jokes, just like they don’t get offended by my joking about their religion or ethnicity. Go watch Lisa Lampenelli and learn how as long as you’re an equal opportunity offender, everything is ok.

    As for the gayest thing I ever did. Hmm, dressing up as Kelly Bundy for HS drama my freshman year, singing “Model School Drop Out” to the tune of the Beauty School Drop Out song from Grease. Wow, that was 17 years ago, that memory is almost legal!

  • Scott

    Back when I was a young’un, Channel 8 would show movies after the news at 10:30pm. I *always* managed to con my way into staying up late when they would run a Musical Week or Barbra Streisand Week…

    Sad thing is, I didn’t figure out that I was gay until I was 43! What *was* I thinking?

  • schlukitz

    No. 21 · jason

    There is no such thing as a “gay thing”. Things can’t be “gay”.

    Carmen Miranda’s fruit-basket headgear is NOT gay?

    I’m crushed.

  • schlukitz

    No. 28 · Scott

    Sad thing is, I didn’t figure out that I was gay until I was 43! What *was* I thinking?

    That’s a really funny line, Scott. ;P

  • Lukas P.

    Gayest but not-Hot thing? Switching costumes with a woman. We visited an actual orphanage with her dressed as Santa Klaus and me as Mrs Klaus. Neither of us was too convincing but the kids were young, {lots had Fetal Alcohol Syndrome}. We passed out chocolates and winter hats and soccer balls, and everyone was happy.

    Gayest very-hot thing? Easy: I somehow convinced a guy I was twins by wearing and then NOT wearing my hair combed back. We had all kinds of wildness-friendly sex in the backyard the first time and then went aquatic in the neighbor’s swimming pool (with my hair re-shaped) the second time. That was with a Danish guy in Oslo Norway about ’97 and I can’t wait to go back. This time I’d pretend to be triplets!

    I just wish I’d got his name and phone #!

  • schlomo

    I was once in a Holly Hughes show. In fact, the only two straight people in the entire production ended up as a couple (to clarify, one of those was not me). Probably the gayest thing I’ve ever done.

  • me

    @B Damion: You should worry more about the spelling police. It’s “grammar.”

  • mark

    showering with a hot gay fireman….I’ve never felt gayer.

  • Chitown Kev

    Sticking with the Diana Ross theme:

    At the point in Mahogany when the fashion critics are brutalizing Miss Ro…I mean Tracy on the runway and the old man yells “20 million lira.”

    Miss Ross does the ultimate diva/goddess turn on the runway and I raised up both hands in true diva-worshipping ectasy and said (“Work, bitch!) And sobbed. And I was watching it with my lover at the time who. Just. couldn’t. Believe. It.

    Thing is, that had to be about the 15th or so time that I had seen that movie.

  • Tom in COS

    Gayest thing I’ve ever done: Did a rendition of “Santa Baby”, which landed me the “Ms. Ho Ho Ho” title and crown. I don’t think there’s anything really gayer then drag.

  • soul_erosion

    I went to the White Party in Palm Springs, the White Party in Miami, The Black Party in New York, Black ‘n Blue in Montreal and Harbour Party in Sydney all in the same year. Never went back to another one, married the guy I met in Miami & lived happily ever after.

  • Cam

    I’d say Sex with Men.

  • derrr

    memorizing every lyric to the grease 2 soundtrack as a child.

    or the fact that my first concert was the spice girls back in 4th/5th grade.

    or dedicating my entire closet as a shrine the spice girls…

    oh the choices…

  • JonJon

    Smoked my first joint in Vietnam the second night I was there. Got so freaked out and paranoid, I couldn’t see straight. My buddy (a real druggie, said, “Here, I’ll put on some (horrible 60’s rock) music….just lie down on my bunk.” And left. In 10 minutes, I freaked out and went and found him. He said, “What kind of music do you like?” “Barbra Streisand?”, I timidly offered. OH< ALL RIGHT! He came back in about 10 minutes with a Streisand tape (casette). I lay down and was perfectly content….with bombs and small arms fire going off all around us.

  • TRV

    my boyfriend.

  • Abes

    Held my dad’s hand and sang “You are my sunshine” in tandem.

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