What’s "Too Gay" Today? "Supernatural" Goes Gay-er, Tom Cruise and Jeremy Renner Get Wet Together, Harlem’s Mount Morris Baths For Rent, and NYC’s The Chelsea Hotel Is For Sale!

*  Tom Cruise and Jeremy Renner on the Prague set of Mission: Impossible 4 get all wet togther and no we are not taking about those walk-in closets having showers.

The landmark New York’s Chelsea Hotel is for sale. Famous guests over the years included  Bob Dylan, Charles Bukowski, Janis Joplin, Patti Smith, Leonard Cohen, Arthur C. Clarke, Dylan Thomas, Robert Mapplethorpe, and Lance Loud of An American Family.  It’s also where The Sex Pistols’ Sid Vicious allegedly stabbed his girlfriend to death in 1978. Anyone have a couple of billion dollars I could borrow?

*  Legenday Harlem Gay Bathouse the Mount Morris Baths is for rent.  The Mount Morris Baths was a longtime survivor of New York’s gay bathhouse scene, the type of place where, the New York Times reported in 2003, the same sign could warn patrons about a no-sex policy and advise them about proper condom disposal.  In a poetry collection titled “Black Men, White Men,” the poet G. S. Weinerman immortalized the Mt. Morris Baths by writing a piece titled “Mt. Morris Baths, New York.” In the poem, he wrote about the “ancient, loving rooms” and the “furtive heritage” of the historic bathhouse. The postscript to the poem read: “Today, it is old and faded, but if you look hard, you can feel and see the lost elegance which somehow remains  SOMEONE RENT OR BUY THIS PIECE OF LGBT HISTORY AND I WILL MANAGE IT. PLEASE. 

*   CBS premiered The Talk yesterday, and fast overnight ratings have it up 24% from As the World Turns’s ratings last October.Which really isn;t all that diffucult actually.

*CW’s “Supernatural” goes just a bit gay. And no its not the fantasies that you write about in your Sam and Dean Slash fiction.

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Will Kohler

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