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!Feliz Navidrag!

We didn’t get any of the Drive ‘N Drag events in this neck of the woods earlier in the pandemic season, but Voss Events makes up for that with a six-city holiday tour that focuses almost entirely on Texas. Drive ‘N Drag Saves Christmas comes to Dallas December 18-20 after stops in Austin, Houston and San Antonio. Featuring Aquaria, Kameron […]

Tuck The Vote

In about 24 hours, give or take, we’re going to need some major comic relief to get us through what we hope is the Final Shitshow of 2020: The Presidential Election. In 2016, we had a beautiful bottle of champagne chilling to toast to America’s first woman President, but we all know how that went. So this year, we’re prepping […]

Witch, Please

If Hocus Pocus is a little too Disney for you (it totally is for us), then perhaps an irreverent tribute to the classic film will make you squeal with delight. This Thursday and Friday, you can catch a live stream of the Peaches Christ Productions original, Hocum Pokem. Starring Peaches Christ (natch), Jinkx Monsoon and BenDeLaCreme, the parody was originally […]

Vote For Dolly With Your Dollars

Why, oh why, isn’t Dolly Parton the President of the United States? She’s the only person on the planet we know who could possibly bring people together from all sides. If you watched Dolly Parton: Here I Am on Netflix when it came out earlier this month and wish you had been able to spend more than 90 minutes with […]

Sequel Opportunity Offender

Oh, Borat! We’ve missed him, yet didn’t even realize how much we missed him until we saw the character’s second full-length feature, Borat Subsequent Moviefilm: Delivery of Prodigious Bribe to American Regime for Make Benefit Once Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan (or Borat Subsequent Moviefilm for short). The way he so hilariously exposes hypocrisy, racism and injustice makes us squeal with […]

The Truman (& Tennessee) Show

Zachary Quinto and Jim Parsons have teamed up again after their stinging performances in Boys in the Band for Netflix. Well, now they’re playing real-life bitchy queens (and we say that with complete respect and love). Rather than completely taking on the physical personas of the literary icons Truman Capote and Tennessee Williams, the gay actors bring life to these […]

Queer As These Folks

LGBTQ Asian Americans don’t get a lot of screen time, let alone an entire comedy series devoted to their experiences. But that’s exactly what you’ll find in the new web series, Sideways Smile, from writer/creator/director Hang Nguyen. The series can be streamed now as part on both NewFest (starting today) and Austin Film Festival platforms, as well as several other […]

Clutch Your Pearls (& Watch With The Lights On)

Even though we can watch horror movies and TV shows 365/24/7, there’s still something about October that especially makes us want to feel the creepy-crawlies. Perhaps it’s the chill in the air that makes it easier to hide under a blanket. Or maybe it’s the fact that we simply feel better about our current situation in the world when we […]

Dancing Queens

When we first came out as gay, we were presented with a laundry list from other gays of things we HAD to watch, read and experience to become a fully realized homosexual. After weeks of renting videos such as Sunset Boulevard, Torch Song Trilogy and Tales of the City, purchasing a Freedom Rings necklace from Tapelenders, and devouring The Joy […]

Stream Awakening

Now here’s a very 2020 take on live theater. Yesterday, East Dallas Arts presented a staging of Spring Awakening that may go down in history quite possibly the safest production ever. Not the material, however. Don’t worry, there’s still sexual discovery and teen angst aplenty in this version of the Tony Award-winning musical. Not only does the audience stream the […]