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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, 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 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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