Daily Gaydar: A track hot off the presses from Ducky

Plus, Dianna Agron from Glee rocks a stache in a Killers video.


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New Ducky song released, not that that’s anything new — lately she’s been (literally) doing the whole high production song and dance every week. If you haven’t checked her out yet, here’s your moment! [youtube]

 

In the newest Killers video, Glee’s Dianna Agron is “Just Another Girl” (which is also the title of the song). Or maybe she’s not, but she definitely looks killer either way, even (or especially) when she rocks a mustache. And the song is pretty good too. [usamagazine]

 

On Tuesday, December 3rd, #SexTalkTuesday on Twitter will be hosted by Nina Hartley As Special Guest Moderator. to participate, just go to twitter and hop into the conversation using the #SexTalkTuesday hashtag. [twitter]

 

Orange Juice in Bishops Garden is releasing these cool feature film length collaborations of entire seasons at a time. Now you can watch the chapters back to back, uninterrupted, plus have easy access to the great moments of older seasons. What fun! [onemorelesbian]

 

Lea Delaria is on the cover of Go Magazine in her orange prison suit and looking fierce. [afterellen]

God-des and She have a new video on YouTube, featuring music, clips of live performances, and some rants, all in good fun. The topics of discussion: who should play them in a movie, and groupies. [youtube]

 

Rayven-Symoné has a kickass new haircut. Check out some of her Instagram selfies! [instagram]

 

More women are having sexual experiences with same-sex partners than in previous years according to the latest Natsal survey. [huffington]

 

Meet the gays behind (most of) the magic of the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade! [out]

 

Lady Gaga defends Katy Perry’s racist AMA performance in a recent interview with Carson Daly. Hmm. [huffington]

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