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11/14/2005

'Out 100' out for $3.99

by Jeremy Hooper


Sheryl Swoopes, Nate Berkus, Melissa Etheridge, Marc Jacobs, and Sharon Stone are among the honorees on Out magazine's 2005 "Out 100" list of "Most Intriguing Gay Men, Lesbians, and Straight Allies," due on newsstands this week.

  As for Closeted magazine's "100 Biggest P*ssies" roundup, be sure to keep an eye out for "Regularly featured in Blind Items" Guy; "Frequently chatted about on Datalounge" Girl; "Master of the Fine Art of a Publicity Stunt Marriage" Couple; "Uh huh, you got her pregnant, right" Boy; and "If you would just admit who you truly are, you could impact society for the better" Media Mogul, when that issue hits newsstands existing only in the cold recesses of our overactive imagination.

"Out 100" [Out Magazine]
Outing the influential [courier-journal.com (3rd item)]
STONE + ETHERIDGE ON NEW GAY HIT LIST [ContactMusic]

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