Adapted from the lesbian pulp novels of Ann Bannon, this stage play evokes a bygone era in the West Village before the Stonewall Riots.
How many guys have you seen working out at the gym and showing off those huge biceps and big chest, but wearing long sweat pants in every season of the year, including the hot summer? They look hot until they strip down at the locker room to change and then …Surprise! You knew it! They suffer from a popular condition, CLS (chicken legs syndrome), I call it the lollipop syndrome, because as yummy as they look, after a few licks the only thing left is the stick, but that’s another steamy story…
This podcast is extra special amazing awesome. sat down with the lovely Bethany to ask her about her experiences as an exotic dancer
Outstanding costuming and scenery-devouring performances all but guarantee a highly entertaining experience in this dragtastic science fiction farce.
Stuck in end of summer doldrums? Fear not! There are no fewer than 15 gay plays and shows coming up at the end of August and the beginning of September. There’s a little something here for everyone. Check the end of this article for a quick summary of shows and dates.
A po-mo exploration of community and pride tickles the funny bone and inspires reflection in Jonathan Tolins’ play, staged as part of Quince Productions three-week festival.
Bring the Love: the partnering of C.B.L.S.L. and The Trevor Project for the ASANA 2011 Softball World Series in Philadelphia
The partnership of City of Brotherly Love Softball League and The Trevor Project at first seemed like an unlikely pairing. The C.B.L.S.L. won the bid to host this year’s softball world series in Philadelphia, and The Trevor Project is the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth.
Monday night an event at the William Way Community Center drew a crowd of curious activists waiting to glean information about one of our cities unique pushes for equal rights.
The SlutWalk protest marches began on April 3, 2011 in Toronto, Canada and became a movement of rallies across the world. The rallies began when Constable Michael Sanguinetti, a Toronto Police officer, suggested that to remain safe, ‘women should avoid dressing like sluts.’
For those of us that have come out of the closet and move away from hiding our sexual identity to those that are around us, the memory of what it means to be in the closet becomes more distant with time as we become more comfortable with our sexuality. However, in doing so and moving past the closet, do we also in turn distance ourselves away from those that are still in the closet?