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Must Do: Events & Culture

Get Resourceful

Hopefully, by now you know everything the Resource Center has to offer our community. (The list is extra-long, just like we like it.) If you don’t, never fear. Even with social distancing in place, you can still find out more about the programs and services offered. Tomorrow, take part in a virtual open house of the Nelson-Tebedo Clinic and learn […]

Capture Your Pride

Give your selfies a break. At least for 20 minutes next Sunday. That’s when local photographer and LGBTQ ally Chevy Gil of Chevy Chey Photo & Video will be hosting mini photo sessions for Pride Month at the Ronald Kirk Pedestrian Bridge with spectacular backdrops including downtown Dallas and the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. For $150 you’ll get a 20-minute […]

Marsha, Marsha, Marsha

Happy Pride Month, everyone! While this year things will certainly feel very different from celebrations past, some things never change. And that includes the glamorous stylings of Marsha Dimes. She’s back this week with another virtual edition of Marsha and Friends Drag Brunch, a Facebook Live event that features your food and drink, but all the wild entertainment you’ve come […]

Who Goes There

The days of rainbows and celebrating our community comes a little early this year. With the cancellation of Pride events worldwide, organizers continue to turn to online platforms to connect us with artists (and keep us sane at the same time). Next up, the OUTLOUD Pride Artist Showcase that was supposed to debut at South by Southwest this year. Obviously, […]

Climax From The Comfort Of Your Own Bed

When’s the last time you had a good climax in bed? Or more specifically, a great Cli-MAX. Tonight, enjoy a virtual version of the monthly alternative drag show that usually takes place at The Nines in Deep Ellum. The show features all types of drag, but leans more toward the humorous, the avant-garde and the downright macabre. It all starts […]

The Greatest Gameshowman

All the silly competitiveness of Family Feud. All the audience participation of Who Wants To Be A Millionaire. And all the queerness of the 22nd Annual Mike Pence Naked Conversion Therapy Weekend for Male Gymnasts, Underwear Models and Internet Porn Stars on Fox News. All that and more awaits when you log on Wednesday for the first of six online […]

Bears, Beards & Bulges

If there’s one thing we’re tired of right now, it’s the sight of our own peen. Sure, it’s groomed, gorgeous and a real crowd-pleaser, but after 58 days of self-isolation we’re ready for some variety. Thankfully, like the famed carnivoran mammals of the Goldilocks fairy tale, some bears are offering up some things that are too hard, too soft and […]

Feelin’ Groovy?

Who’s ready to party like it’s 1969? This Saturday, instead of the regularly scheduled Flower Power Gaybingo at the Rose Room, the Resource Center team members have come up with a creative alternative. Instead of bingo, which they can’t play online due to state laws (as if those matter anymore, right Mr. Abbott?), it’ll be a tie-dyed night of free […]

Happy Two-Happy-Hour Tuesday!

There’s so much to celebrate today! From Cinco de Mayo to supporting a favorite non-profit, we’re getting our party outfit ready. Even if nobody will see it but our partner and two dogs. Today, you can participate in two very different virtual happy hours. And best of all, they’re happening back-to-back so you don’t even have to choose between them. […]

Werq The Weekend

The stay-at-home restrictions are loosening up today, y’all. But that doesn’t mean we’re going to be rushing out into the public anytime soon. So if you’re like us, you’ll still find plenty of fun stuff to keep you occupied at home. Tomorrow night, with the Werq the World tour on hold, a new edition of the live stream version hits […]