The Royal Wedding passed off without incident tho there are some concerns that the police might have been a tad heavy handed in ensuring that... The Queer Resitance's flashmob in Soho Square certainly caught their eye - probably fearing they'd turn into an angry mob and head to the abbey - not in this dress, the flash mobbers might have cried. Yip, the event was met by the police who carted the whole lot of to the cells - and you're luck you weren't watching it as you'd have been off too!
Here's their video of them being evicted from Soho Square/ arrested whilst trying to fight for their right to host their Zombie Wedding Event - you'll note the coppers aint in the mood for anything that could result in disruption at the wedding. Low image quality but you'll get the idea.
Click the headline for the next episode of Jack's winter vacation. Saturday Bob and Buck were rightly dissatisfied with their room. It was smaller than Jack's and had a smaller balcony, so they asked for a change and got the best room in the hotel. It has the biggest balconies, with a view over the back entrance and the pool. From the balcony they can see who is cruising the street, who's showering, who's leaving or entering the hotel and generally command the whole situation and intervene when necessary. After moving rooms they take a walk down to the beach – it's not all sex sex sex.
Easter weekend wasn't lovely for everybody. The Evening Standard's reporting that there was a vicious homophobic attack across from the Kaz Bar in the early hours of Sunday morning.
The paper says "Chas Andersen, 20, of Bethnal Green, was showered with abuse and punched twice in the head as he tried to use a cash machine in Clapham High Street during a night out. The former male model was knocked to the ground as friends of his attacker stopped his partner, fashion stylist Mike Adler, from coming to his aid."
Mr Adler, who is from Australia, said: "The only reason the man started on him was to say the shorts he was wearing were ridiculous. He was standing up for himself and I was standing up for him. The man just switched from yelling backwards and forward to becoming violent."
Anyone with information about the attack should call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Queer Resistance is a collective of queers and allies across the UK coming together to fight the cuts - including lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, intersex and queer folk. They're organising this flash mob at Soho Square if you're in town watching the wedding or need a break from it...
The King William in Hampstead's descent into straight gastro pub hell is experiencing a few bumps. How? Well, a yummy mummy got a tit out to breast feed her spawn the other day causing a near riot, talk of John Snow style protests and legal action.
Click the headline to continue reading Jack and co's slutty holiday adventures: Bob and Jack went out to the pool the next day and took in a bit of sun. Jack was fancying the tall shy young guy who was reading his book and regularly applying more sun lotion to his perfect white body when Bob on the next lounger noticed an odd spicy man smell. He realized it was the Danish piss which had dried on his body the night before. He jumped in the pool.
They’ve been trying to have a gay pride in Moscow since 2006 and every time it has been illegal and harassed by the authorities. This year, at last, they have been given permission to have a parade on Saturday May 28 between 1pm and 3pm. Book your plane tickets now! Read more on Moscow news.
In a further twist the news that your iPhone has been constantly tracking your movements and storing them in an unlocked file, researchers now say the results are reported back to Apple... up to twice a day.
The Independent recently checked claims that Anne Widdecombe would have won Strictly Come Dancing if it operated under our current First Past The Post voting system. They checked it out and found that she would have won.
Under AV and in Strictly, there are several rounds of voting, with the lowest-placed candidate knocked out in each round, until only two are left. Winning the first round is not what counts. But as the No to AV campaign pointed out, under AV, the public casts its vote only once, voting for as many candidates as they choose, placing them in order of preference.
In Strictly, a viewer could vote for several of the couples but only on the basis of one call, one vote. They cannot rank them in order of preference. Also, in Strictly the public's judgement is not final; it is an electoral college, in which viewers have half the votes and the judges the other half But the assertion that under our current system she'd have won is roughly right. If there had been just one ballot, and the person with the highest number of votes had been declared winner, Ann Widdecombe would have stolen the crown.
It's A Right Royal Affair at the RVT on Friday 29th April when they will be throwing a street party 'like you have never seen before' with Tricity Vogue, Gill Manly, Marcus Reeves, Nathan Evans , Princess Knickers and Bonnie Prince Champagne Charlie to entertain and DJs Dawn Right Nasty, Jo Public, Eddie K and Howard Turner. And it's all in aid of EQUAL LOVE: so have fun and help others have a wedding. Tickets only £5 doors 3-9pm, free if you're in a wedding dress or regal. Click the headline for more details. Advance tickets (click here).
Tales of the Unexpected and A Warning Against G. We hear some chaps got a hot Grindr date when drinking at Barcode Vauxhall Friday. The place was shutting early and that Grindr sound went "Come to us, sex party!" In Millbank, near the tower - quick, to the bat cave (or Boris bike).
Our intrepid boys went off in a shaky fashion towards the flashing dot where they'd be given the address. They soon found themselves outside some big apartment block called Thames House. They messaged for the address whilst checking out the impressive block of flats they were outside. Text back - one of the guys had done too much G. They wandered round the back of the building, approaching doors, no reception. They gave up and then realised they were trying to get into MI6 - the UK secret services building based opposite the famous Bond one.
"Continue reading" to find out how it gets worse...
An 18-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the 70+ "gay free zone" stickers that went up around the East End.
He's from some place called Leamouth. The police have bailed him pending further enquiries. The circumstances of his arrest are undisclosed at this time... This is the second guy to be arrested - another young guy was arrested after being found with the stickers on him . He was released without charge.
It's now thought many of the stickers were made and given to several people to distribute.