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Genre Man at it again

By | 2008-06-26T09:00:00-04:00 June 26th, 2008|Entertainment|

Joe Fitrzyk’s life after splitting with his partner of 13 years could’ve been an episode of “Sex and the City”: “I felt like Carrie after Mr. Big left her at the alter – minus the giant blue bird on my head,” he quips.
With family and friends by his side, he moved on, and then did a Madonna – he reinvented himself. He discovered mypartner.com, a gay matchmaking site, and will represent Michigan in their first American’s Gay Bachelor of the Year contest, competing against 51 others.
“I was flattered, and I prefer to think of myself as a desirable bachelor, rather than a middle-aged, gay divorcee. I’m only 35, but the gays tend to exaggerate,” says Fitrzyk, who won Genre Man of the Year in 2006.
To vote, visit http://www.mypartner.com. The winner, who’s decided on by judges including David Bromstand of HG-TV’s “Splash” and Jess Brune of Bravo’s “Workout,” will be announced July 17 during San Diego Pride.

– Chris Azzopardi

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