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Must See: TV & Movies

Sick & Satired Of Everything

There’s preaching to the choir, and there’s PREACHING TO THE CHOIR. The latter is pretty much what you can expect from a new satire from writer Paul Rudnick and directed by Jay Roach, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing. Especially if you enjoy seeing your frustrations spoken by a gifted actor. Coastal Elites stars Bette Midler, Sarah Paulson, Dan […]

Hollywood Comes Home

For years, it’s been on our bucket list to attend Outfest Los Angeles LGBTQ Film Festival. And this year, it’s finally happening! Well, sorta. Stop us if you’ve heard this one before, but the iconic film fest will be available online (woohoo!) starting tomorrow. As a nonprofit organization, Outfest relies on ticket sales as one of the major ways to […]

Nerds Of A Feather

It’s Monday. The start of another mundane week of same-old same-old for most of us. But you know what? There’s no reason Mondays can’t be about singing, dancing and simply having fun. So without further ado, here’s a video for Tom Goss‘ latest single, “Nerdy Bear.” It’ll make you laugh, smile and get off your ass and boogie. But fair […]

Sisters Christian

When Hollywood combines butt-kicking and unlikely butt-kickers, we’re so there for it. Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Warrior Nun. Any reporter in the White House who takes on the Grand Moron. So when we learned about Teenage Bounty Hunters (formerly titled Slutty Teenage Bounty Hunters), we knew we had something to add to our queue. The story centers on twin teenage […]


As someone who has actively avoided exposure to any audio or video of the Moronic Slob in Chief for the sake of mental health, THE FIGHT is a tough movie to watch. But one that shouldn’t be missed. The film starts with the swearing-in of the 45th (and worst by a landslide) President of the United States and only leads […]

Old-School Queer Meets Modern Technology

Pride Month has come and gone. Dallas Pride’s rescheduled July events are over. And RuPaul’s Drag Race All-Stars concluded its fifth season Friday. What’s a gay to do? Fortunately, you can keep your Pride alive by going back in time—to the years between 1924 and 1933—with three of the world’s first queer films: Victor and Victoria, Mädchen in Uniform and […]

Good Queen Fun

We were in a real funk yesterday morning after watching too much news coverage, reading too many political Facebook posts and not yet having a cocktail in our hand. Then we got an e-mail from Aline Mayne and everything changed. The singer sent us a link to the music video for “Princess Boy” and our whole day turned around. Fun, […]

Hey, Poser!

Fans of Pose, rejoice! In celebration of Pride, the cast and producers of the groundbreaking series have joined forces for Pose-a-thon, a one-hour virtual event hosted by Billy Porter and Mj Rodriguez. The TV special will feature stories and songs, plus information about LGBTQ+ education, social change for sexual and gender minority people of color, and transgender equality through legal […]

A Kinky Tease

Ready to get seduced, all worked up and screaming for more? It’s a fitting premier for Submission Possible, a new Revry original sex-positive docuseries that dives into queer fetishes, kink, and sexual exploration. Starring Madison Young, the “Queen of Kink,” the series follows her as she travels all over, exploring the sensual sides of cities many people don’t know exist. […]

Black. Queer. Here. (And Fabulous!)

A year ago we were headed to World Pride in New York City. [sigh] But we’ve embraced the notion of virtual Pride celebrations 100%. We have to wait until July 25-26 for our Dallas Pride virtual events, so this weekend we’re turning to stages outside Dallas to fill our hearts with joy and our souls with rainbows. The Black Queer […]