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George Michael forgoes Two X Two
Chanteuse Taylor Dayne tapped as replacement at Dallas amfAR gig
Earlier this month, George Michael's name
was yanked as the featured performer at the
TWO x TWO for AIDS and Art gala, which
was held Saturday at the Rachofsky House.
According to U.K. newspapers, when police
arrested Michael at a London park for posses-
sion of a controlled substance, the pop star was
in tears because he was scheduled to perform at
the multi-million AIDS fundraiser in October,
and an arrest could prohibit him from entering
While the Goss-Michael Foundation hosted
Two X Two opening reception on Wednesday
night, Kenny Goss told attendees that George
wouldn't be entertaining at the 10th annual
gala. Chanteuse Taylor Dayne took up the
Dr. Phil talks about tranny kids
On Wednesday's program, North Texas-
raised Dr. Phil McGraw got real about children
who identify with the opposite sex. In a pro-
gram called "Gender Confused Kids" (the word
"confusion" sounds biased, but Phil's talking
about minors in gender crisis).
Dr. Phil had a heart-to-heart chat with an
eight-year-old who declared himself a girl at age
3. He also featured a son who told Mom he felt
like a girl at age 8 and was allowed to dress as
one. But now as a teen, he feels more comfort-
able as a boy.
Discussion panelists included a UCLA psy-
chiatrist and a researcher from Focus on the
Dr. Phil has sparked some fireworks. His dis-
cussion boards are blowing up about gendei;
sin, homosexuality, girl toys vs. boy toys, being
bom gay, and so on.
Victoria Jackson outed as
Elections can reveal a lot about celebrities.
"Saturday Night Live" alum Victoria
Jackson has been issuing "Obama's a commu-
nist racist" tirades on her Web site. Who knew
the annoying baby-voiced comic was such a
Bible nut? In one of her posts, she thanks God
because Dubya did a great job as president.
No, this isn't satire.
And check this quote: "Why am I voting for
the fantastic McCain/Palin ticket? Simply
because my 'world view' is based on the belief
that The Bible is the inerrant, holy, Word of God,
and the Republican stance on abortion, marriage
... lines up closest with the Bible's message,"
Oh, well. Maybe her "fame" won't be too
Dallas' Gay Men's Health Issues
November 19th, 2008
A NEW EDUCATIONAL SERIES has been created for Dallas, focusing on gay
men's health issues. Together, four local health care provider's offices,
Abbott Laboratories and Legacy Counseling Center are sponsoring a
series of talks focusing on your health concerns. Each talk will include a dif-
ferent community service organization presenting relevant information.
TOPIC: HIV PREVENTION - WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?
Dr. MarcTribble will be speaking and answering your questions on the
topic. Brett Camp from the Resouce Center of Dallas will address its
available services for your awareness.
Wednesday, November 19,2008 • 6:30 PM
Pappadeaux Seafood Kitchen
3520 Oak Lawn Ave.
Dinner is provided free of charge
Please RSVP through Legacy Counseling Center by calling 214-5206308
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The number of seats is limited so please register as soon as possible to
ensure you have a guaranteed spot.
Series provided to you as a service by the ofRoes of Uptown Physician's Group: Dr. MaroTribble, Dr. David Lee
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Clockwise, from left: George Michael, Victoria Jackson and Dr. Phil McGraw.
influential: Jackson's most popular SNL sketch
was "Toonces the Driving Cat."
Rosie O'Donnell pursues 'America'
You may miss seeing Rosie O'Donnell tak-
ing Elisabeth Hasselbeck down a peg or two on
"The View," but Rosie's keeping herself very
busy on the small screen.
Following her recent hilarious appearance
on "Little Britain USA" and her upcoming gig
hosting a new NBC variety special, Rosie will be
starring in and executive-producing "America,"
a new movie for the Lifetime network.
Based on the book by E.R. Frank, "America"
tells the story of a troubled 16-year-old and his
struggles with the foster care system. The title
role of the teenager hasn't been cast, but
O'Donnell will play his therapist, and Oscar
nominee Ruby Dee has signed on as the boy's
caretaker. Yves Simoneau (HBO's "Bury My
Heart at Wounded Knee") will direct. See
"America" first in February.
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