historyofdrag

The History Of Drag, Part 1

Comedy  

By Jim Yousling Long, long ago, back in the misty eons of time, before television, before Jesus, before even Tina Turner, there was no such thing as drag. Everybody lived in caves and walked around carrying clubs and wearing the same stupid little fur outfits while they hunted and collected and tried to avoid getting…

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Almodovar, Swinton To Collabo On New Film

Entertainment  

Spanish auteur Pedro Almodovar just announced his next two projects and we couldn’t be more excited. First up, he’ll team with fellow Oscar-winner Tilda Swinton for a short film adaptation of Jean Cocteau’s play “The Human Voice.” This will be followed by a feature-length adaptation of the critically acclaimed collection of short stories, “A Manual…

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samsmithdonnasummer

All The Feels? Sam Smith Covers Donna Summer Classic

Entertainment  

Are you feeling the latest from queer crooner Sam Smith? Hot off the success of “How Do You Sleep?” – which had us oozing gender fluids everywhere – Smith has just covered the 1977 Donna Summer synth/disco classic “I Feel Love.” For use in Target holiday commercials. Ugh.  Smith teamed up with Disclosure’s Guy Lawrence,…

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octobermovies

Eight Films Everyone Will Be Talking About In October

Entertainment  

This October, look for the return of Batman’s nemesis, the idiotic leader of the Third Reich, the creepy and kooky ghouls next door, Sleeping Beauty’s cursed evil fairy and internationally acclaimed filmmaker Pedro Almodovar. Ultimately, who do YOU want to spend time with at the multiplex this Fall? JOKER – October 4 Joaquin Phoenix is…

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politicianreview

Vote No On Ryan Murphy’s Latest ‘The Politician’

Entertainment, Featured  

By Evan Lambert Like any other TV episode written and directed by Ryan Murphy, The Politician has one or two great lines, one or two great scenes, and one or two cool shots. Everything surrounding them is bullshit. Has the man spread himself too thin by attempting to produce eight shows simultaneously? Has he tried…

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craftservices

Trans Actress Cast As Lead In “The Craft” Remake

Entertainment, Featured  

Trans actress Zoey Luna was among those cast to star in a remake/reboot/reimagining of the witching and bitching cult classic, The Craft. Casting Luna is about the only thing remotely interesting regarding this latest bit of Hollywood pop culture karaoke. Gideon Adlon (who?), Lovie Simone (huh?) and Cailee Spaeny (doesn’t ring a bell) round out…

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elizabethwarrendragcon

Queen Elizabeth: Warren Campaigns At DragCon

Politics  

Although a few of the prominent presidential candidates have pledged to appear at two upcoming LGBTQ-focused forums, Elizabeth Warren has channeled her longtime sincerity into bold, election-winning strategy. At RuPaul’s DragCon, self-dubbed the “world’s largest” drag convention, the Warren campaign set up a booth to court the vote. The display included a cardboard cutout of…

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septembermovies

Eight Films We’re Dying To See In September

Entertainment  

Oscar season is in full swing this month with several high-profile, Oscar-bait films and one movie guaranteed to be singled out as one of the years’ worst. Whether you’re a cinephile, an audiophile or a homophile, there’s something for every taste in September. It: Chapter Two – September 6 Kellyanne Conway doppelganger, Pennywise is back!…

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Hello Dolly, Goodbye Danny: The Tragic Murder Of Streisand Co-Star

Entertainment  

By Joe Ferrelli Milestone anniversaries are well celebrated throughout our culture and the movie business is no exception. We are constantly treated (or subjected) to 20th, 30th and 50th anniversary screenings of some of our favorite (and some not-so-favorite) films. This week is no exception with 50th anniversary screenings of Hello, Dolly! being held around the…

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dorealleyplaylist

Feeling Dore: An Up Your Alley Playlist

Entertainment  

By Danny Mosqueda Dore Alley/Up Your Alley, San Francisco’s “dirty little brother” to the larger and more “stroller-friendly” Folsom Street Fair, just wrapped up its 34th edition. Beyond being a weekend of fetish, flogging, spanking, occasional public sex and butch posturing, Dore has turned into quite the smorgasbord of dancing through its official and unofficial…

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