Put Some Gay In Your Day, Dallas!


Hey, Kitty Girls (& Boys & Any Other Identity You Wish)!

They’re baaaaaaaack! After two years off for reasons we should no longer have to explain, Trinity Pride Fest returns to an in-person celebration worth the short road trip from Dallas—and an even shorter journey for those who actually live in Fort Worth! This Saturday, Trinity Pride presents the one-day festival takes over Magnolia Green Park in Cowtown’s Near Southside neighborhood. […]

Pink Traveler: A Door To Unlimited Possibilities

It’s only been spring for a couple of weeks, but the fact that we’ve already hit 91 degrees has us terrified of the summer ahead. So we’ve started compiling a list of places we can go this summer that aren’t as blazing hot as Texas. Top of our list: Door County, Wisconsin. Fly into Green Bay or one of several […]

Fortune, Teller Of Jokes

We love our lesbians. But we really love our funny lesbians. And that’s why Fortune Feimster has been right up there at the top of our list for the decade-plus she’s been on the national scene. This Saturday and Sunday, she takes over the Majestic Theatre downtown for her 2 Sweet, 2 Salty tour and you can still snag some […]

Could This BE Any More Last-Minute?

If you need plans tonight, why not do something fun with a few Friends? (And also people you know in real life.) You’ve probably already watched every episode of Friends. (Five times at least if you’re like many fans out there.) You’ve watched the reunion on HBO Max at least twice. And you can recite every one-liner of every character […]

Donate As If Today’s Thursday

North Texas Giving Day isn’t until Thursday, but why wait until then to open your wallet and help your favorite charitable organizations? With early giving in effect, local nonprofits can start reaping the benefits of funds in a year when most of them need help more than ever. This year, you can donate to one of more than 3,350 charities, […]

Put This In Your Netflix Q

The new James Bond movie comes out on October 8. But there’s a different group of spies coming out today (in all meanings of the phrase). Netflix’s continued push for queer content brings us a delightfully twisted new animated series, Q-Force. After coming out as gay, superspy Steve Maryweather (a.k.a. Agent Mary) gets pushed to a West Hollywood outpost of […]

Brunch Of The Week: The Most Colorful Place In Town

Last weekend, we returned to our big, flamboyant roots and spent the weekend in the Oak Lawn gayborhood. During our staycation adventure, we decided to only do activities within a few blocks of our hotel home base. Of course, it wouldn’t be a real weekend for us if our plans didn’t include brunch. So we ventured to the rainbow-hued Roy […]

Simply The Fest

If you’re in the need of a road trip to Austin, you might want to consider a last-minute trip in the next two weeks. From tomorrow through September 6, catch films galore at Prism 34, Austin’s aGLIFF (All Genders, Lifestyles, and Identities Film Festival). The festival returns to Austin theaters this year, but you can also access shorts and feature-length […]

Putting The Fun In Funeral

We didn’t realize it until we started typing this sentence just how very much we miss seeing shows on Broadway. Fortunately, we have the next-best thing: Uptown Players. This Friday, they kick off two weekends of performances of the Tony Award-winning Best Musical, Fun Home. We had the privilege of seeing the original production on Broadway and we can’t wait […]

(Amazon) Prime Of Their Lives

Rather than mask up and hit the movie theaters (or just about anywhere right now), we’re reverting back to our old 2020 habits of melting into the sofa for hours at a time while gorging on popcorn and peanut M&Ms. And this Friday, we’ve got a date with Modern Love for its second season. The Prime Video series once again […]