Queer Clicks: November 05, 2016 | Robbie Williams Goes Nude (Again) For ‘Attitude’ Cover Shoot , Why Aren’t There More Gay Baseball Players? , & Other News


Robbie Williams Goes Nude (Again) For ‘Attitude’ Cover Shoot

“It’s not the first time Robbie Williams has gotten naked for all the world to see, nor will it likely be his last.

This time around, the sometimes-Take That member dropped all his clothes for a nude photo shoot with UK gay publication Attitude, to promote his 11th solo album The Heavy Entertainment Show (out today, November 4). The digital copy of the mag is available now to download, while the print edition will be out next week.” Idolator

Nick Jonas shows off chiselled body in shirtless Snapchat selfie

“The 24-year-old former Disney star and current pop heartthrob took to the photo-based social media app last night to share a shirtless selfie that got fans – and us – working up quite a sweat. He captioned the photo: “Play hard, work harder.” ” Gay Times

Why Aren’t There More Gay Baseball Players?

“Things really are getting better for gay professional athletes. Less than a decade ago, it was practically unthinkable for a gay athlete to come out in professional sports. Or for that matter, in one of the more visible college sports. But now look what’s happened in just the last few years.” Complex

The Comic World Has Its First Gay Super Couple

“DC Entertainment moved the needle forward for LGBT visibility once again with the launch of Midnighter and Apollo number 1 in October. The series, currently on its third issue, is the first mainstream comic headlined by a gay male couple, and writer Steve Orlando says he’s proud to be one of the creators currently working to shape a diverse new superhero landscape for the DC Universe.” Advocate

Smooth Criminal Seduces A Detective In Gay Homage To Film Noir

“Singer-songwriter Ryan Amador and musician Daniel Weidlein put a queer twist on the Hollywood gangster genre with the video for their new song, “Light Me Up.”

Part of the Los Angeles-based pair’s music and video project, “(In) Body Vol. 1: Becom(in)g,” the clip is a sensual pas de deux between Charles South and Nathan Madden. Amador, who previously tackled gay themes with the music videos “Define Me” and “Spectrum,” told The Huffington Post that sonically, the tune reminded him of 1940s-style film noir. ” Huffington Post

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05 Nov 16 By Dave 3 Comments