Its been over 30 years since the New York Native became the first newspaper to run a story about the “gay cancer” or what would become known as AIDS. What if anything could ‘Dallas Buyers Club’ contribute to the public conversation and understanding about HIV/AIDS that hasn’t already been identified?
Michelle Visage’s dopple ganger, Katy Perry knockoff, poor man’s Latrice Royale and more.
Local artist Gunnar Montana has created a show to capture the feeling of the season. Hybernate is the newest project from the artist that brought you Drag Me to Hell this fall. I went to meet Gunnar at one of his rehearsals to get a sneak peek at his upcoming show and ask him some questions about what we can expect.
I’m a huge fan of CBS’ reality show The Amazing Race, where teams of two race around the world for a million-dollar prize. Several months ago, a friend introduced me to a new Philly resident, whom I recognized immediately: Luke Adams, a deaf and openly-gay man who twice ran the race with his mother, Margie. The next season of The Amazing Race will feature some of the most competitive teams from previous seasons, including Luke and Margie.
I recently was ‘gifted’ with an introduction and now a budding friendship with one of these amazing individuals who is about to realize his very own special dream as a published author.
By now I’m sure many of you have heard of The Welcoming Committee (TWC). If you haven’t, allow me to be your virtual tour guide – they are a group making a splish splash around Philly hosting a slew of events all around the city.
This year, despite a boyfriend-less Valentineâ€™s Day, Iâ€™m actually looking forward to February 14th. Three words: House of Cards. Netflixâ€™s brilliant marketing strategy has ensured that couples and single folk alike will be binge watching Robin Wright-fierceness in the comfort of their homes. In that spirit, here are two homemade popcorn recipes to complete your TV (laptop?) watching experience.
Russia has come under massive amounts of scrutiny as of late regarding its legislation towards and treatment of the LGBT community. It is important to know where you stand, but it is even more important to be able to articulate why.
As Michael Sam, a defensive lineman, began to speak, he balled up a piece of paper in his hands. “I’m gay,” he said. With that, Mr. Sam set himself on a path to become the first publicly gay player in the National Football League.