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Q Puzzle Clues

By |2004-04-15T09:00:00-04:00April 15th, 2004|Uncategorized|
A head of her time

1 Prick
5 Crooner Fitzgerald
9 Lucas of “Longtime Companion”
14 Like a David Hockney swimming pool
15 Pleasured in bed
16 Filthy smackers
17 “Gay Cosmos” author Eighner
18 Gas brand in the land of PrideVision
19 Long, hard one of construction workers
20 Edith dressed Shirley in this movie
23 Div. for Yankees waving their sticks
24 This, to Gloria Anzaldua
25 Some sex-toy batteries
28 City in the land of Rainer Maria Rilke
31 Turn on
33 Von Trapp family escape route
37 Edith dressed Grace in this movie
39 Evita’s married name
41 There was much of this in Shakespeare
42 River of Gay Paree
43 Edith Head’s 1949 Oscar for costumes
46 Suffix with opera or concert
47 “Girlfriends” activity
48 Bruce Davison played with his in “Willard”
50 ’69 and others
51 “Thing” in Evan Wolfson’s briefs
53 James of “Falsettos” fame
58 Edith Head’s 1953 Oscar for costumes
61 Fashion designer Perry
64 Steady guy
65 Land of Emma Donoghue
66 Frequent Mapplethorpe subject Smith
67 Taylor or Boulanger
68 Tina Turner’s “What’s Love Got ___ with It”
69 Recesses for Rev. Piazza
70 Julia Morgan wings
71 Infamous Idi

1 Music style for Martin
2 Drag the bottom for fish
3 Up ___ (with one’s ass in a crack)
4 How sailors come
5 What a Log Cabin Republican or a Stonewall Democrat hopes to be
6 S/M unit
7 Performance artist Kron
8 Get down on your knees in front of
9 Seinfeld’s rhyme word for “Dolores”
10 Fruit starter in Brown’s jungle
11 Great service from Navratilova
12 “Got a Rainbow” lyricist Gershwin
13 Masterpiece
21 Fab Five syllable for many a straight guy
22 Voyeur’s confession
25 The sound of music?
26 How two hearts may beat
27 Head helper
29 “Maude” producer
30 Independent presidential candidate Ralph
32 Blood type, briefly
33 In the manner of Emily Post
34 “The Merry Widow” composer
35 Operates like a chickenhawk
36 Gay-friendly area of London
38 Painter Bonheur
40 Homophobia, e.g.
44 Ellen and Alexandra
45 Judy Garland’s “Meet Me in ___ ”
49 Mineo of “Rebel Without a Cause”
52 Liberace’s choice of fur
54 Michelangelo’s mother-and-son piece
55 “Come out of the closet,” for example
56 “Gay Men’s Friendships” author Peter
57 GLAAD’s “___ the Media” project
58 Holy union or commitment ceremony, e.g.
59 “Chicago” co-producer Meron
60 “Well of Loneliness” author
61 Emissions-watching org.
62 Erika Lopez’s ” ___ Dance for Mommy”
63 Steve May and others

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