First Gay Inaugural Poet


Across

1 Benjamin Britten's Peter

6 Comedy sketch

10 Reproduced nonheterosexually?

14 Mother of the groom, to the other groom

15 Reverse an action

16 Foam at the mouth

17 Beethoven's "F,r ___"

18 Former lead singer of Culture Club

20 "America" writer

22 CBS show in which semen may be evidence

23 Athenian T

24 Strikes out

27 Series ender

29 Blowholes

33 "Let's call ___ day"

34 Clean-air org.

36 Copy source

39 "America" writer's role at a DC celebration

42 Glass footwear in a fairy tale

43 It connects Dick to Dyke

44 Article in a German newspaper

45 Spaghetti strainer

47 Carrier to Tel Aviv

51 A real mouthful

54 "Got a Rainbow" lyricist Gershwin

56 "Diamonds ___ Forever"

57 In "America", the writer noted that his people weren't like people on this TV show

62 Song from a broadway rock musical?

64 First name in Irish literature

65 Words said with a nod

66 Erotic opening

67 Brand of machine that cuts leaves of grass

68 The life of Riley

69 Cruising areas

70 Mistake by Glenn Burke

Down

1 David Hyde ___

2 Join the army

3 Cher's portrayer in "Clueless"

4 Allergic reaction

5 Result of a good, hard workout

6 Overpower by force

7 Attachment often found on drawers

8 Pastoral poem

9 "Julius Caesar" costume

10 "Time in a Bottle" singer Jim

11 '60s First Daughter

12 One that gets laid

13 Low mark

19 Bring to a halt

21 Lays waste to

25 Louisiana, in old OrlEans

26 Mineo of _Rebel Without a Cause_

28 Ballet move

30 Viking-liking

31 Part of a chorus line?

32 Like the moon, at times

35 Type of tent that may be erected

37 1.0, for one

38 Actress Skye

39 Tennis champ Nastase

40 The Gay ___

41 William Tell's canton

42 Get hard

46 Moving porn

48 Cavalry member that can stick it in you

49 Jockey Eddie

50 Newsman Jim

52 Number of sides to a gay symbol

53 Like cool cats

55 Humble home

58 Antigay prejudice, e.g.

59 Go for another tour

60 Official records

61 Visitor at gay.com

62 Hurry, to Shakespeare

63 Nutty fruitcake center?

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