The Thrill of the Right


Across

1 Hit boxers

5 Alexandre, who wrote about a male threesome

10 Ty with a big stick

14 Fine-tune

15 Not straight

16 Bars for gay chefs

17 Where to see "Modern Family"

18 Cagney's TV partner

19 Elizabeth of "Transamerica"

20 Title start of a rock anthem used without permission at a rally for 49-Across

22 End of the title

23 Daughters of Bilitis co-founder Phyllis

24 Fruit flavor for gin

26 Klein of underwear

29 Be stunned by a hottie, e.g.

33 Reed in a pit

34 Funny Cheri

35 Where to go for Carnaval

36 Item denied to gay couples by 49-Across

40 And so on, for short

41 Cole Porter title city

42 Disney pictures

43 Pirate, for one

45 Short-legged dog

47 Caesar's girlfriend told them "Bite me!"

48 Homer's boy

49 Homophobe Kim

52 Homophobe Mike

56 Like some twins

57 Dean Cain's role with Lois

59 Georgia spread on the screen

60 Tutti-frutti holder

61 Japanese poem

62 Vows now legal for the LGBT community

63 Got a little behind

64 Gawks at

65 It's for Colette

Down

1 Where a cobbler puts the tongue

2 Express ride

3 Opening amount

4 What a cowboy shoots off

5 007 portrayer Timothy

6 Brigham Young man, for one

7 Disney's Mickey and Minnie, e.g.

8 Tavern order

9 Swine cooler?

10 Reproduced nonheterosexually

11 Jackie's designer

12 Pasolini's well

13 Wild male

21 Murphy Brown's TV show

22 Something to talk about

24 Shaft from way back

25 Petty of "A League of Their Own"

26 Has the big O

27 Let up

28 Spanish castle city

29 Gay rodeo target

30 Beach birds

31 Controversial path for same-sex partners, once

32 Perform, to Shakespeare

34 Shrek and others

37 Transvestite boast?

38 Golden years org.

39 Tickled pink

44 Blew it

45 Foppish "Gilligan's Island" actor Jim

46 Sacred chest

48 Glenn who played for the Dodgers

49 Style of many South Beach buildings

50 Openly confess

51 It crosses Hollywood

52 Word with Mary

53 Expressed, as farewell

54 Love of Lesbos

55 Right on a map

57 Comedienne Margaret

58 Fall behind

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