Issue 13, February 2009
On the cover: Khalid, gives our cover a simple outlet of the simple country boy with a letter and a rose for you on a special day! Ecoute Khalid de lovely on what he wants to say about self-love, real love, life and fashion passion as well… >>>
Photograph by: Anas from AKPS studios
Make-up by: Nour H.
Cover design by: Adonis (the name was changed based on the designer's request
Read the my letter for the my february issue + read more about the cover look and behind the scenes...
My.Kali throws words of roses
The Battlefielded-Love Issue
Main Cover Theme:
-War of the roses! When gay relationships are built on the wrong standards, were compassion turns over to a war of a battlefielded love arena! Learn about one’s point of view.
-De Khalid avec amour, Kal talks insignificant ways to love life, over coming disappointments, living in La la land and taking charge over the life you own not the one you have >>>
-Flip the coin over types of guys you should start to consider going after. Start varying your types to a wider circle of GOOD. Check out who they are NOW >>> (SOON)
-Get Closer! Be more in touch with your romantic side and upgrade your loving-feelings to a better stage. View creative ideas to be closer with our searched tips >>> (SOON)
What also in
-Are you showing what you’re hiding? Love could be unfair sometimes, throwing you in an unmatched screenplay! Read Now Mr. Ripley’s no Romeo ending! The one side you'd want to avoid… The one sided love trauma >>>
-Homo & The City: Would love awaits you like the stories you read? Will it be different this time? Read this month of a boy’s life under the search of what kind of love is he looking for and what kind of love is actually available!
-What’s religion has got to do with it? Read an article right of last year’s local stands on being gay and a Muslim, discussing different views you’d want to read about. So praying? Or…
-ER! A relationship must read! Tips and steps on how to communicate with your partner on different approaches you’d want to learn. So get handy with our tool box right here >>>
Gay News & Headlines
Is He...or isn't he?
Rumors started flooding right out of the sewer with its worst contents when a Jordanian new comer singer who goes with the name “Moody” appeared on the music channels with plastic surgery written allover his facial features! Although he denied the rumors in several tabloids and magazines, but still, you can’t fool the gay eye!
The latest, on the local stands with Nadine magazine, Moody raved about his natural and voted for beauty saying “I’m the prettiest artist without plastic surgery”….No plastic surgery my butt! Those plumped cheeks can speak for themselves. We love to have another star that proceeds with the queer figure over rumors that are surfacing over the image…In this interview he talked about how talent only isn’t enough, that beauty is a factor as well, and how Diana Karazon is just unfortunate! Bitch slapping much! She’s the queen!
Oh look! It's My Other Twin!
My.Kali-Amman (Up); Is it really an “oops, we did it again” kind of a thing? Or does this magazine (Viva) copy covers so boldly in the open eye, praying that no one reads Vogue?… Well, if it isn’t Victoria B. trying to hard here! Viva magazine, had copied the same cover picture and style of Kate Moss from British Vogue June 2006 for the current Viva February issue of there’s. We can’t deny the achievement they scored with a pic of Kate moss and her pointy nipples in a see-through chiffon dress; (which can be seen on the cover for a closer shot), and maybe that is a liberated point for the Jo scene. Viva magazine is a very successful local glossy magazine in Jo here, but if the magazine keeps screwing it up with copy-pasted covers, it won’t pick up in the rest of the fashionesta’s line of glossies! Good Luck…
Iceland gets first female, and
first openly gay, leader
LONDON: With the swearing-in of its first female prime minister on Sunday, Iceland became the first country to change its government as a direct result of the global financial crisis.
The new prime minister, Johanna Sigurdardottir, 66, will lead a caretaker coalition government of Iceland's Social Democrats and its Left-Green Movement for three months until a new election, expected to be held on April 25. A political veteran who has served for long periods as social affairs minister, she also appears to be the modern world's first openly gay head of government.
The transfer was made in the calm manner long considered characteristic of Iceland, a once-prosperous nation whose reputation for social and political stability has been profoundly shaken by the turbulent scenes that have played out since its leading banks were nationalized last autumn to save them from collapsing beneath multibillion-dollar debts.
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(Up); Johanna Sigurdardottir, the prime minister of Iceland and the country's first openly gay leader, sits in the Prime Minister's office for the first time in Reykjavik on Sunday.