CONFESSIONS OF A DIRECTOR:
He's one of the most influential and respected independent filmmakers in the world today. In a revealing monologue, director Pedro AlmodÃ³var talks about the making of his acclaimed new film, Volver.
NOA “DOES IT”:
SA’s Noa Tylo has spent 3 years in New York working on a new album which has just been released in the US. We catch up with the sultry singer / songwriter who’s not shy to speak his mind.
“F-WORD” VERSUS “N-WORD”:
Herndon L. Davis writes about the controversy surrounding Grey’s Anatomy’s Isaiah Washington’s homophobic insult to a fellow actor and questions if it is any less offensive than other slurs.
EXIT AT 21: THE EARLY YEARS:
Exit, South Africa’s longest running lesbian and gay publication, turns 21 this year, with February being its 200th edition. Henk Botha, the founding editor, reminisces about the early years.
SEXLESS IN GAYOPOLIS: PART 2:
In this second part of his feature on how to manage a “dry spell”, Brian L. Rzepczynski suggests strategies that could help in coping with a lack of sexual intimacy while living a full and satisfying life.
We review three books sure to be of interest to the literary-minded gay man â€“ Butt Book, Red Carpets and Other Banana Skins by Rupert Everett and I Am Not Myself These Days by Josh Kilmer-Purcell.
SEXLESS IN GAYOPOLIS: PART 1:
Sex is everywhere. There appears to be no escape from it, and our gay culture is no stranger to getting caught up in its allure. But what about those who aren’t having sex for whatever reason and want to be?
The latest dirt on your favourite celebs: The dish on Wentworth Miller NOT being gay, Rosie and Donald’s feud, George Michael’s court case, Lindsay’s miraculous recovery and the X-Men gay wedding…
Christo Valentyn reviews CD releases by country superstars Dixie Chicks, rock band The Killers, Black Eyed Peas vixen Fergie, the veteran Janet Jackson, local crooners the Bala Brothers and more…
2006: THE CELEBRITY FILES:
Celebrity-culture further entrenched itself in 2006 thanks, in part, to the rise of the gossip blogs. Mambaonline lists its top celebrity stories of the year, sexiest celeb and most annoying “thing” of ’06.
2006: A YEAR IN HEADLINES:
Gays and lesbians were in the national spotlight like never before in 2006, thanks to the controversial Civil Union Bill. We examine the leading stories of the year, and list our heroes and villains of '06
2006: THE BEST OF THE YEAR:
Another year of product churned out by the global entertainment machine. From Nelly Furtado and Borat to Desperate Housewives, we take a look back at the best music, movies and television of 2006.
5 DEADLY RELATIONSHIP MISTAKES:
How does a gay couple maintain their relationship over the long haul and sustain that “magical spark”? Brian Rzepczynski explores the most common avoidable mistakes that gay couples often make.
THE CIVIL UNION ACT: THE FACTS:
The historic Civil Union Act allows same-sex couples to marry. This handy fact sheet gives you the most up-to-date information on how you can make the new Act work for you.
THE SOUND OF THE SAXON:
Joburg’s Saxon boasts one of the most exclusive spas in the country. Mambaonline was invited to experience the spa’s unique signature Sound Therapy treatment; said to relax and heal...
Australia’s retiring swimming hunk, Britney’s rumoured bisexuality, Take That's gay slur, Eminem's homophobic lyrics, Courtney Love does a Madonna, a new US dating show, and Survivor SA ends.