Mixtapes for Hookers


Sunday News

New York‘s bottle girl feature is long, but it’s also… something.

I feel like there’s a lot of backstory you need to know before reading this story about sex toys being illicitly sold by Malaysian students.  But it’s also a pretty good read even if you don’t, in the way that foreign news items often are, though partly because the writers repeatedly uses the word “gadgets” to talk about the toys.

Amazing photos of New York’s cruisy piers, circa 1982.

Service Records–home of Le Sport and the Embassy, among others–is streaming their entire catalog online.  I’m not sure how long they’ve been doing that for, but I just found out the other day.

Next week Blur release their first single in seven years, in honor of Record Store Day.

If you’re looking to read some lady cartoonists, there’s two lists in this interview that are so lengthy your head will surely start spinning in confusion about where to start.

After reading approximately 20,000 articles about the supposed death of criticism, it’s nice to hear someone–in this case New York Times film critic AO Scott–bring up the counterpoint that everyone else is wrong.

David Bowie featured in a nine-story ad asking why ballet dancers and gays were supporting Putin?  Sort of, actually.

Porny gay blogs you might want to read: Killjoy.

Finally, a new interview with Christopher Schulz from Pinups magazine.


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