Put Some Gay In Your Day, Dallas!


Going Rouge

‘Tis the season for food poisoning. (Careful with that eggnog, folks!) So it’s no surprise that the tragedy has wiped out most of a theater troupe about ready to stage a performance of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol. Luckily, four members are still standing and decide to tackle all the roles so that the audience can still enjoy the holiday […]

Board To Death

If you spent your childhood in the United States (or even at least a portion of it), chances are high that you and your friends played many a late-night game of Clue. The board game was always one of our all-time go-to pastimes, but when we first saw the 1985 movie version inspired by the game, it will always and […]

Butt Of The (Gay) Jokes

The world of “yes, and…” just got a big ol’ butt. That’s right, improv gets super queer this Sunday evening at the Dallas Comedy Club. A cast of LGBTQ+ performers takes the stage at 6:00 p.m. in the Deep Ellum space for Butt Gay, an improvisational experience where the crowd helps pick the topic. Hilarity ensues, queerness is celebrated, and […]

Different Sex, Same City

Even though we fell squarely on Team And Just Like That, we think there might be an even better successor to the Sex and the City universe. Also from Darren Star, the creator of everybody’s favorite sex-filled romp about four women who love to brunch, comes Uncoupled. Except in place of four women, we’re treated to a trio of gay […]

Festivus in July

Kwanzaa. Hanukkah. Christmas. National Ding-a-Ling Day. Whatever December holiday you celebrate, you simply MUST see the The Jinkx & DeLa Holiday Show.  Perhaps you caught the streaming version in 2020. Or the live show when it came through Austin last year. (We were there! Did you see us?) The show changes each year, so no matter how many versions you’ve […]

Teenage Dream

Forget The Avengers. There’s a new based-on-a-graphic-novel series that we’re way more into. Today, Netflix presents another show in its vast library of LGBTQ content: Heartstopper. Created and written by Alice Oseman, who created and wrote the graphic novels of the same name, Heartstopper is beyond charming. Centered around nerdy, borderline outcast Charlie (Joe Locke), the series quickly takes the […]

Girlfriend In A Coma

Rebel Wilson is one of those women. One of those women who can make us laugh with gusto with very little effort on her part. The simplest of facial expressions from her can send us into fits. But when she’s fully unleashed, she’s utterly captivating. Her comedic gifts are on full display in the new Netflix movie, Senior Year, streaming […]

Cheesy H. Christ

Cornball. Predictable AF. Hokier than the hokey-pokey. Normally, these descriptions of a movie would mean we hated every second. But in the case of Single All The Way—and nearly any holiday film for that matter—it’s exactly what we CRAVE. The fact that this new Netflix movie (out today) is a gay, gay, gay yuletide romp makes it that much more […]

Cross Dress Us, Everyone!

Christmas doesn’t have to be a drag. But it’s so much better when it is. This Thursday, Stage West in Fort Worth brings Scrooge in Rouge to audiences. When most of the cast and crew of A Christmas Carol get sick unexpectedly, it’s up to the remaining healthy people to perform the entire show—and all 20 characters. The quick-change show […]

Sibley Revelry

As the seasons change from reading books on the beach to cuddling up with a novel by the fireplace (or fireplace video on the TV as the case may be), we’re always on the hunt for new tales to devour. And William Jack Sibley‘s Here We Go Loop De Loop should be on everyone’s shelf (or downloaded to their Kindles.) […]