Put Some Gay In Your Day, Dallas!

Here, Queer & 100% Cotton

American Apparel t-shirts have always been among our favorites, thanks to their slim, tapered design, comfy cotton and the naughty-looking models who wear them in the ads.

And their “Legalize Gay” shirt has been an enormous hit (much more so than the equally important “Slaughter Anyone Wearing Crocs” issue-oriented shirts we tried to peddle last summer).

Back in November 2008, American Apparel created the “Legalize Gay” shirt to give out to Prop 8 protesters at rallies and marches in California. The shirts became so popular that they added them to their online and retail stores and they’ve been huge sellers.

Sure, it’s been nearly a year since the controversial proposition passed, but the message is still timely. So just in time for the Alan Ross Texas Freedom Parade and all the Dallas Pride events this week, this is a great shirt to wear. Whether you’re a leather chaps kinda guy, a dyke on a bike, or a PFLAG crusader, this shirt will still go with your parade-day outfits and make more than a few homophobes choke on their morals as you prance proudly past their porches.

Then one day, when the shirt’s message is pointless because everyone in the United States has equal rights, you have a nice rag to wash your car.

Available at Dallas-area American Apparel stores and online

T-Shirt Giveaway!
Be one of the first five readers to e-mail us for your very own free super-pink Legalize Gay t-shirt and we’ll have it waiting for you at Friday’s Pre-Pride Party (www.glbtdallas.com/prepride.php) at Victory Park. Send your message to slindsey@gaylistdaily.com and we’ll let you know if you’re a winner. Size selection is first-come, first-served at the event.

Work Your Booty Off
Next week, Dr. Peay kicks off his popular Booty Camp program. In fact, it’s the very last Booty Camp before the holidays. Wanna shame your hometown friends on Turkey Day with your slender physique? Bitch, you better sign up now!

The next Booty Camp six-week cycle kicks off on Monday, September 21. The full program costs only $399 and they have both morning and evening classes available. (Not sure if it’s for you? No sweat! Tomorrow, give it a no-commitment try for just $15!)

Simply call (214) 219-3300 to sign up and to set up your brief fitness consultation with Dr. Peay.