Adam Lambert teases album release with two new songs
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Adam Lambert has released two more songs from his upcoming album which will be released in June.
The new songs follow the release of the album’s lead single Ghost Town, during which the openly gay singer said he ‘panicked’ when he learnt Madonna had released a song with the same name just days before him.
This time, there are no strange coincidences or releases of songs with the same name.
First to be released is the up-tempo pop number Evil in the Night, in which Lambert takes stock of his love life, much like in Ghost Town.
Dating app to alert users when they enter countries where gay sex is illegal
Gay dating app Scruff is to add a new traveller alert for users entering countries where gay sex and homosexuality are illegal.
The step follows safety concerns after a man in Saudi Arabia claimed police had used the app to entrap and deport an friend.
Speaking to the New York Times, co-founder and chief executive of Scruff Eric Silverberg explained the move.
'This feature of the GPS-enabled app that was so exciting for us here in the United States, being able to meet guys nearby, became something of a liability for our members that were in other regions and other countries where
Advertising spend in US gay media hits all-time high
An annual report on advertising spending in the US LGBT press has concluded that ad revenue for 2014 increased by 6.4% - up from $381.4million (€340million) in 2013 to an all-time high of $405.7million (€363million) in 2014.
At the same time, ad spending with mainstream consumer publications has declined.
The Gay Press Report is compiled each spring by Rivendell Media – a media placement agency in the US and Canada. Rivendell has been in operation since 1979 and has been producing its Gay Press Report for the past 20 years.
The report looks at ad spend across LGBT media each April – a m
Agony Aunt tells dad: Don't take your kids to brother's gay wedding
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A German agony aunt has sparked outrage after advising a man not to take his daughters to his gay brother’s wedding.
The Westfalen-Blatt, a newspaper distributed around Bielefeld and Paderborn in North-West Germany, printed the column by agony aunt Barbara Eggert on 17 May.
In the column a conservative father, named Bernhard, expressed his worry over his daughters, aged six and eight, attending his gay brother’s civil partnership ceremony and being confronted with sexual orientation ‘at their young age’.
Eggert’s response was clear: Do not bring the girls along,