Pride isn’t just happening here in Philadelphia, check out some of the pride celebrations in LA, SF, Denver, Disney, Atlanta and more.
Pearl opens on Rittenhouse Square; Happy Anniversary to Beau Monde; and Stella Blu offers late night option.
It was hard convincing him I was for real. I had to keep telling him… “it’s not that I don’t want you, it’s that I don’t want it.”
I’m fascinated by achievements, especially when you’re at the top of your game. And, my guilty pleasure, too, is that I’m also fascinated by a certain type of celebrity. So I’ve had my attention towards the resurgence of interest in Rudolf Nureyev, one of the most flamboyant queers in the history of ballet.
Separation between church and state….really? are you sure?
Philly has a wealth of upstanding Queer DJ citizens. The good news is they all spin rather frequently in our fair city and around the way. You can catch a bevy of them at Emerge on May 2nd at Transit Nightclub and for a tasty bit of Emerge click here: Emerge Promo.
Interested in a little theatre to culture up your life but aren’t sure what to go see? I have a little sneak preview of some of the local plays you will want to check out.
Last night was an emotional victory no matter how you cut it. Pennsylvanians spoke and they spoke loudly. Pennsylvanians spoke not simply in choosing Clinton by a 10 point spread as the Democratic presidential candidate, but also by their demonstrated commitment to the political process. Clinton and Obama aren’t the only ones who are tired; we too survived seven long weeks of campaigning!
Ms. Chelsea Clinton made a second appearance in Philadelphia’s Gayborhood to urge the gay public to support her mother in today’s Primary election. I am just tired. These campaigns have become so Machiavellian. Allegations thrown left, conspiracy theories thrown right. And it is because we are tired of the current administration and we are fighting passionately.
After the last eight years, America desperately needs its next Great president. And fortunately, we will have the opportunity to vote for him. We can not afford to waste this opportunity in history. I will be voting for Barack Obama.