The evening benefits Quince Productions, a Philadelphia gay-focused theater company, and includes performances from thirteen local singers, along with a happy hour and contests.
Boxed Wine, Family Feuds, and Grandma’s Questions–Three Things You Can Do To Avoid a Gay Family Meltdown This Thanksgiving
Many gay people find themselves dreading extended family interactions for one reason or another. Maybe your coming out wasnâ€™t terribly celebrated by your great Cousin Peter, twice removed, or you really donâ€™t want to discuss how being gay isnâ€™t a choice with your Grandma Patsy and that you really wonâ€™t find a girl one day which will magically convert you…the list goes on.
Whereas Philly is American History, San Francisco is American Future. For the worldâ€™s LGBT Community, it is fantasy, dreams and reality combining.
‘Some people say we are living in a post-homophobic culture,’ Brad Windhauser says. ‘We might be getting better, but we arenâ€™t there yet.’
Leaden delivery, unconvincing chemistry, and slow progression are just some of the problems plaguing the film. Familiar plot devices are lazily placed atop this potentially fascinating story, castrating the emotional ties and sexual undertones.
Dee Mulligan, a resilient Cancer, is originally from Connecticut, but currently resides in a cozy corner of South Philly. Dee’s been riding her bike for fun since a child.
Why buy packaged granola when you can make your own at home? Our favorite Philadelphia gay park ranger (for real) and SPOONING columnist shows us how!
Being ‘Gay’ is simply choosing to live a different ‘Life Philosophy’ than some and San Francisco is one of the best places on Earth to express that Philosophy. One can feel it here in Philly in the Gayborhood for certain. In San Francisco, you feel it everywhere in and around the city.
If you ignore the signs that you are being played, you might as well tattoo â€œWipe Your Feet On Me, Hunty!â€ on your forehead.
When I reviewed UNDRESSING ISRAEL: GAY MEN IN THE PROMISED LAND, I was expecting another documentary about â€œcoming outâ€ and all that goes with it in the year 2013. I was totally delighted to find myself watching a happy report on joyful, comfortable and handsome Israeli men talking about their successful lives in Tel Aviv, living life in the open, serving in the military (compulsory) honestly, loving, marrying, having children and simply being who they are.