Tuesday, January 15, 2008

No Talent At The Mr. Gay Competition

WEST HOLLYWOOD, Calif. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – It doesn’t take talent to be the ultimate gay spokesman.

And it will show at the 3rd Annual International Mr. Gay Competition, happening this Sunday (Jan. 20) in Los Angeles, where 20 homosexual men from around the world will compete to win $10,000 and be crowned the sexy spokesman for the gay rights organization.

Contestants will be judged on looks, intelligence, leadership, and charisma through beach games, photo shoots, and private interviews with the judges, but don’t look for any baton twirling from the homo hopefuls.

Event president Don Spradlin says, “There’s no talent portion because it’s really bad. We did it the first year. We had a guy read poetry, and another guy skating around the stage throwing candy at the audience. It was really boring.”

Regardless of the lack of talent, the hunky queer contestants are more than just pieces of meat.

Spradlin says, “Mr. Gay is not based on looks, but to find someone to speak out against homophobia. But the audience wants to see handsome men, so the boys come out in swimsuits.”

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