Top ten articles in 2011

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We’re always fascinated by what our visitors read the most during the year.  Not surprisingly Pride is always a popular topic but since it always makes our list we look beyond that coverage.  What surprised us most is our North America Outgames coverage didn’t make it to our list.  Here is a list of the top ten most popular articles read by our site visitors in 2011.

Top Ten Articles in 2010

10Like a musical theatre orgasm: Jay Brazeau stars in Hairspray

Starting off our list has two of our favourite things: orgasms and Jay Brazeau.

09Love Lies Bleeding: Ballet BC season to include Elton John inspired ballet

We saw this show (it was phenomenal!) and the buzz for it was obvious.

08Tyrell Witherspoon is letting go

Local gay singer Tyrell Witherspoon was making a real splash in 2011, apparently you wanted to know more!

07Theatre review: Jesus Hopped The ‘A’ Train – gritty, raw & thought-provoking

We’re not surprised that this one made our list this year.  As our #1 choice as the top theatre production in 2010 it is great to see lots of you wanted to know more.

06Theatre Review: Bare: a pop opera – a knowing exploration of teen challenges

While it didn’t quite make our list of the top ten theatre productions this year (it got an honourable mention) it appears to have resonated our readers.

05Check HIM out: addressing gay men’s physical, sexual, social and mental health

We think this might have been due to the photo with the guy in a bath towel.


The search for the next gay top model begins

We’re pretty sure this one remained popular through the year because it had “gay” “top” and “model” all in the title.

03Hair today, gone tomorrow – laughing statues get a makeover

The idea of the iconic laughing heads at English Bay was a real summer hit.


Day of Purple: Rally to End Homophobic Bullying

A huge outpouring of online support didn’t necessarily translate to a huge attendance at the rally but it is good to see the issue of bullying can still be top of mind.

01HGTV doesn’t know what it’s missing

These girls are fierce.  Watch them as they renovate their 1929 bungalow in East Vancouver.

Of course, there were a few others that almost made our list as well:

  1. Waawaate Fobister’s Agokwe
  2. Stage Review: Death of a Salesman – Willy Loman’s legacy lives on
  3. Theatre review: The Penelopiad – a fully realized and inventive re-telling of a classic

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