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Q Puzzle “Too Gay?”

By |2018-01-16T11:09:52-05:00November 30th, 2006|Entertainment|

November 27, 2006

1 Mop with your first mate
5 Hayes, formerly of “South Park”
10 It gets a gel hard
14 Angelina’s tomb-raiding role
15 Country house, to Nureyev
16 Tevye, to Harvey
17 Straight ___ arrow
18 Synthetic fabric
19 “___ match?” (pickup line)
20 He said, “You, too?”
23 Threesomes
26 Ray-catchers at Cherry Grove
27 Pirates’ drink
28 Sounds from the “Giant” set
32 King’s court divider
33 With 46-Across, probable subject of the song “One” by U2
36 Patty Sheehan’s partner, to golf, perhaps
40 “There ___ there there” (Gertrude Stein)
41 Sweaters at a sauna
43 “You’ve Got Mail” female
44 Topsoils
46 See 33-Across
48 ___ Jima
50 Way to address a dominatrix
51 Devoured Beard’s sweetmeats
52 Giving a piece of your mind
56 Mapplethorpe models, often
58 What comes after, “You two?”
62 State of being gai?
63 Story of Greeks and Trojans
64 “Angels in America” writer Kushner
68 Root of homosexuality, according to some
69 Hispanic family org.
70 Screws up
71 Deity on “Xena”
72 Hamilton Burger to Perry Mason, usually
73 Stud poker demand

1 Patty Hearst’s former org.
2 “That ___ no lady …”
3 Parseghian of Notre Dame
4 Instrument strummed in “Mame”
5 Ryan of porn
6 Costume for “Fire”
7 Sometime defender of gay rights
8 “… and ___ of others”
9 Porter musical
10 “Evita” setting
11 Poke in the backside
12 Place to become wife and wife
13 Top priorities
21 Gomer Pyle’s branch
22 From the top
23 Chase behind
24 “The Celluloid Closet” author Vito
25 “___ roll!” (winner’s cry)
29 Alley in a cave
30 Melville novel
31 Vital fluid
34 Puts up for a seat
35 Finnish gay rights org.
37 Thingy (var.)
38 Use a gifted tongue
39 Goes in only partway, at the beach
42 Dupont Cir., on the Metro
45 Big swallow
47 Potent head?
49 “At Swim, Two Boys” writer Jamie
52 Last letter from Socrates
53 Pan handle?
54 Nuts
55 Big name in wine
57 You, to Frida
59 Butch lesbian accessories
60 Michael and Justin’s gay comic-book creation
61 Locker room emanation
65 Rough stuff underground
66 Piece-loving org.
67 Big initials in fashion

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Between The Lines has been publishing LGBTQ-related content in Southeast Michigan since the early '90s. This year marks the publication's 27th anniversary.