Secretly Gay


Across

1 He comes between Tom and Harry

5 Similar things

9 Flaming queen's crime?

14 Neighbor of Pakistan

15 "East of Eden" director Kazan

16 Put it in your mouth with relish

17 What a computer may spit out

18 Italian wine city

19 Taper off

20 Secretly gay rock and roll front man

23 "It's ___ for Me to Say" (Mathis)

24 Stamp of "Priscilla"

25 Battlefield cry

27 For skin

29 Slinky shape

32 Vehicles for some dykes

36 Stuff from your shaft

37 What guns shoot off

38 Dryer batch

39 Lech of Greek lore

41 Wharton degs.

42 Holds title to

43 Its head may be enjoyed orally

44 They come during finals week

45 Diggs of "Rent"

46 Treat badly

49 Write "The Hot'l Baltimore"

51 Some Barber compositions

56 Chop down

58 Secretly gay C&W singer turned pop star

60 "I Dream of Jeannie"'s Barbara, and others

62 Cut it

63 Regarding

64 "To recap..."

65 His brother laid him in his grave

66 "A Boy Named Sue" writer Silverstein

67 Dull surface

68 Neil Patrick's award for Hedwig

69 Cocksure Aesop character

Down

1 Performed, for Shakespeare

2 About to blow

3 Furnish food

4 Jack on the card table

5 Medium meeting

6 Heavy overcoat

7 Maupin setting for tales

8 Pass to a gay receiver?

9 Oscar, for one

10 Soldier under Stonewall Jackson

11 Secretly gay hip-hop mogul

12 Not taken in by

13 No, to Nureyev

21 They may be split

22 Conger catcher

26 Start of Caesar's boast

28 Norman Bates' place

30 "___ your disposal"

31 Bad bottom-line news

32 Rorschach stain

33 "The Music Man" setting

34 Secretly gay rapper/entrepreneur

35 Ford flub

39 Fill for you-mouthful

40 Urban pussy

44 Half scores

47 Grand slam title won frequently by Billie Jean King

48 Way to miss

50 "C'est Moi," to Lancelot

52 Up to one's ears

53 Campbell of "Martin"

54 Last word of a fairy tale

55 Got to second base, perhaps

56 Lammy winner Scott

57 Harvey's _Hairspray_ role

59 Western wolf

61 Testacle, in slang

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