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The Purpose of Homosexuality

By | 2020-03-19T18:27:11-04:00 March 19th, 2020|Entertainment, Puzzles|

Across
1 Chef Des Jardins
6 Shuttlecock
10 Tops cakes
14 Quinn of Practical Magic
15 Personal lubricant ingredient
16 “South Park” cocreator Stone
17 Public spectacle
18 “Boys Don’t Cry” character
19 Ask for it while kneeling
20 Start of the purpose of homosexuality, per 58-Down
22 Sequence of unknown length
24 Suffix with profit
25 Dickinson’s howe’er
26 Words of empathy
27 More of the purpose
31 Mapplethorpe’s “Dark ___ Rose”
34 Steed stopper
35 “In Cold Blood” writer, informally
36 “Take a crack ___”
37 Bugs or Erin
39 One with a foamy head
40 Went down on
41 Cocksure Aesop character
42 Composer Copland
43 More of the purpose
47 Queens in Las Vegas
48 Essen exclamation
49 TV spots
52 Baum’s good witch
54 End of the purpose
56 “WKRP” actress Anderson
57 Poet Kitty
59 Remarkable hole
60 Quiche ingredients
61 Make money
62 Pirate’s stash
63 Enjoy an Oreo
64 Nemesis of Tinkerbell
65 Return key on a PC

Down
1 “Queer Eye” discernment
2 Nouveau ___
3 Maria’s “Do” equivalent
4 Relief of Lincoln
5 Staying power?
6 Weapon to use against Trump in November
7 “Now ___ me down to sleep …”
8 Political analyst Reagan
9 Clark Kent portrayer on TV
10 Tainted
11 “Top of the World” singer Karen
12 It comes at the bottom of a list
13 Lid problem
21 TV trigram
23 Mountain pool
26 It comes out of your head
27 “Scram!” to Gomer
28 Goofed up
29 Bite it
30 Alternative to “Go straight”
31 Swedish import
32 Caesar’s invite to a threesome?
33 Navel adornments
37 The guys you’re seeing?
38 Unrefined metals
39 Ebenezer’s exclamation
41 Bunch of stallions
42 Button or Bean
44 Like Hans Christian Andersen
45 Polynesian woman
46 Here to Rimbaud
49 Inside tongue?
50 Dig (into)
51 Look from Snidely
52 One side of Ed Wood
53 HRC’s equal sign
54 Treat meat
55 “Nuts!”
58 Composer/lyricist Austin

 

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