John Barrowman Was ROBBED! – Neil Patrick Harris Voted Gay/Bi Man of the Decade at

WOW!  Colour me surprised!

Neil Patrick Harris is the winner of’s “Gay/Bisexual Man of the Decade”.

Now no ofense to Doogie I mean I LOVE NPH, he’s cute and a great gay and all but c’mon he’s only been OUT since late 2006.  (And we was pushed out at that.)

John Barrowman on the other hand has been PUT and PROUD for far over a Decade and to this end, Barrowman is active in his community supporting the issues that matter to him most. He worked with Stonewall, a gay rights organization in the UK, on the “Education for All” campaign against homophobia in the schools. In April 2008, the group placed posters on 600 billboards that read, “Some people are gay. Get over it!” Barrowman contributed his support to the project asking people to join him and “Help exterminate homophobia. Be bold. Be brave. Be a buddy, not a bully.” In the same month, Barrowman spoke at the Oxford Union about his career, the entertainment industry, and gay rights issues; The event was filmed for the BBC programme The Making Of Me, in an episode exploring the science of homosexuality.

Whatever I suppose, is a U.S. site with a much larger internet audience in the United States and where its really only a stupid website title John Barrowman really should have won his LGBT Activism alone over the past decade.

Oh well,  congrats anyway Doogie.

And John, if you are reading this.  You will ALWAYS be’s – “Gay Man of the Decade” regardless.

(P.S.  Call me……or post a message here.  LOL)


Will Kohler

Will Kohler is one of America's best known LGBT historians, He is also a a accredited journalist and the owner of A longtime gay activist Will fought on the front lines of the AIDS epidemic with ACT-UP and continues fighting today for LGBT acceptance and full equality. Will’s work has been referenced on such notable media venues as BBC News, CNN, MSNBC, The Washington Post, The Daily Wall Street Journal, Hollywood Reporter, and Raw Story. Back2Stonewall has been recently added to the Library of Congress' LGBTQ+ Studies Web Archive. Mr. Kohler is available for comment, interviews and lectures on LGBT History. Contact:

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