Kelvin Lynch

Kelvin Lynch is the world's most experienced dilettante, having gone through life sampling its offerings and gathering numerous fancy degrees from expensive universities that have rendered him utterly unprepared for the real world. He is about to become an attorney for some odd reason. He seems to enjoy writing, and people tell him he is pretty good at it. Mr. Lynch is currently the International LGBT Issues writer for Examiner.com, where his work is appreciated by the conservative site's dozens of gay and lesbian readers.

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Adam Lambert proves he's a glam superstar.  His tour is nearly sold-out.

Adam Lambert’s ‘Glam Nation’ is must-see tour of the summer

Wednesday, July 7, 2010
Adam Lambert is selling out venues across the U.S. with his Glam Nation Tour, which features fellow American Idol alumni Allison Iraheta and enough rhinestones and glitter to cover the Statue of Liberty. [ Read more → ]
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Playgirl hunk Levi Johnston calls for truce with Sarah Palin after appearing on Kathy Griffin’s ‘D-List’

Wednesday, July 7, 2010
Just days after appearing on an episode of Kathy Griffin’s “My Life on the D-List” reality show, where the hilarious comedian went to Alaska to visit her faux boyfriend Levi Johnston, the Playgirl stud is saying he wants to bury the hatchet with the Palin family. [ Read more → ]
Joe Manganiello joins 'True Blood' this season as Alcide

‘True Blood’ star Joe Manganiello smolders as werewolf Alcide

Wednesday, July 7, 2010
True Blood fans are in for a treat this season, with the addition of hunky Joe Manganiello as the werewolf Alcide. The cute, sensitive actor, best known for his work on One Tree Hill, beefed up for the role... [ Read more → ]
Ali Hali, founder of IraqiLGBT.com

US, UK, France ignore plight of LGBT Iraqis

Sunday, April 11, 2010
IraqiLGBT is an organization that operates as a modern-day Underground Railroad to provide safe houses for LGBT Iraqis who would otherwise face certain death in the country. So why do the U.S., the U.K. and France continue to ignore its pleas for help? [ Read more → ]
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