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‘Out’ Magazine Releases Power List, Underestimates ‘Times’ Gaiety

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No, Dave Annable and Matthew Rhys, the hotties from Brothers and Sisters, are not gay. They're just on the cover of Out Magazine because the executive producer of their hit show, Jon Robin Baitz Greg Berlanti, is on the magazine's annual Power List (blast! Snookered by the ol' gay-magazine bait and switch again!). You remember last year, when Out editor Aaron Hicklin put Jodie Foster and Anderson Cooper on the cover of this issue, even though neither had officially come out? Well, since then, Foster publicly acknowledged her longtime partner, and people got bored of speculation about Anderson's sexuality. (Ha! Kidding. The gays will never tire of it.) So this year's issue instead focuses mostly on men and women who are open about their orientation. Like Ellen DeGeneres (who tops the list), Massachusetts congressman Barney Frank, and Rolling Stone publisher Jann Wenner. Once again, our favorites, the New York Times gay mafia, are near the top of the list, including Richard Berke, Ben Brantley, Frank Bruni, Stuart Elliot, Patrick Healy, Adam Nagourney, Horacio Silva, Stefano Tonchi, and Eric Wilson. But come on, Out editors — there are hordes of other gays working in high-powered positions at the Times. You could only come up with nine? Have you slept with no one lately?

50. Kelly Bush
49. Benny Medina
48. Brian Swardstrom
47. Susan Arnold
46. Martina Navratilova
45. Jonathan Burnham
44. Bob Greenblatt
43. Adam Rose
42. Bryan Lourd
41. Carolyn Strauss
40. Christine Vachon
39. Jon Stryker
38. Lorri L. Jean
37. Simon Halls & Stephen Huvane
36. Annie Leibovitz
35. Randy Lovely
34. Craig Zadan & Neil Meron
33. Jim Nelson
32. Jeremy Bernard & Rufus Gifford
31. Rosie O'Donnell
30. Sheila Kuehl
29. Adam Moss
28. Tim Gunn
27. Jasper Johns
26. Fred Hochberg
25. Tom Ford
24. Suze Orman
23. Anthony Romero
22. Nick Denton
21. Nate Berkus
20. Andrew Sullivan
19. Greg Berlanti
18. Christine Quinn
17. Martha Nelson
16. Perez Hilton
15. Brian Graden
14. Rich Ross
13. Jodie Foster
12. The New York Times Gay Mafia
11. Scott Rudin
10. Peter Thiel
9. Marc Jacobs
8. Joe Solmonese
7. Jann Wenner
6. Andrew Tobias
5. Tim Gill
4. David Geffen
3. Anderson Cooper
2. Barney Frank
1. Ellen DeGeneres

The Second Annual Power 50 [Out]
Earlier: 'Out' Ranks Top 50 Gays, and Anderson Is #2

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