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Kylie Golden Tour 2019 Sydney
After her mardi gras appearance the 'gay icon' and 'Princess of pop' was back on home turf with a sold out night. She didn't mess around straight in with 'Get Outta My Way', 'InYour Eyes' and a blasting 'Better The Devil You know'.
Kylie Sydney Pride 2019
Craig is on his travels and being in the land of Oz he thought it would be remiss to not visit Sydney Pride, he has selflessly decided to share some of the delights! The event was opened by a surprise appearance from the Queen of pop Kylie who performed in...
Turkey in a bottle and other D.C. novel Thanksgiving spins 2019The ‘Break-In Turkey’ in the bottle and out at Kingbird in the Watergate Hotel. (Photo by David Preta; courtesy Watergate Hotel) Tan may not be there to dress you and Jonathan might not be able to shave your beard, but Antony just might approve of these five fabulously different nontraditional-traditional...
Who am I? Liar, bully, racist, homophobe, sexist pig335 Shares Trump embodies the worst in us. Just a few years ago it would have been impossible to fathom in my lifetime people would see the terms ‘liar, bully, racist, homophobic, sexist pig’ being used to refer to a person and guess that person is the sitting president of the United States....
Kennedy laments anti-trans violence on Transgender Day of RemembranceRep. Joe Kennedy III (D-Mass.) said he sees a connection between Trump’s policies and anti-trans violence on the Transgender Day of Remembrance. (Washington Blade file photo by Michael Key) The anti-trans policies of the Trump administration were a key focus Wednesday at a Capitol Hill news conference hosted by Rep. Joseph Kennedy...
Mary Washington to run for Baltimore mayorMaryland state Sen. Mary Washington (D-Baltimore City) (Photo courtesy of JDavis Photography) Maryland state Sen. Mary Washington (D-Baltimore) on Tuesday announced she is running for mayor of Baltimore. “Our city needs big, positive change,” she said in a video on her campaign website. Washington in 2018 became the first openly LGBTQ person of color elected to the Maryland...
Harry Styles’ gay SNL sketch leads to tumult on Twitter for Sara LeeStyles (R) with Cecily Strong and Bowen Yang (Image credit: Will Heath/NBC) With Harry Styles as the headliner, Saturday night’s edition of “Saturday Night Live” was guaranteed to draw a lot of gay viewers, and one sketch in particular probably made it worth the effort. The former One Direction singer, who...
We ranked all 9 seasons of American Horror Story from worst to bestWhich season of American Horror Story comes out on top?  Ryan Murphy’s anthology horror series has received massive amounts of critical acclaim since its premiere, with particular praise for the performances of its lead stars – especially Jessica Lange, Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters and Angela Bassett. The series has...
‘Paris’ will ‘burn’ again, now with unseen footage“Paris is Burning” will return for a new Blu-ray edition featuring an hour of never-before-seen footage (Image: Janus Films) Fans of “Paris is Burning” are about to discover a whole new treasure trove of footage from the seminal 1990 documentary, thanks to Criterion. The Criterion Collection, which focuses on licensing “important classic and contemporary...
Colby Jansen makes non-porn debut with short film, ‘Matt’Patrick Wallace and Colby Jansen in “Matt” (Image courtesy of Getzel Moshiko Productions) Adult entertainment star Colby Jansen has just made his non-porn acting debut. The adult performer stars alongside actor Patrick Wallace in the 12-minute short “Matt.” It made the rounds at several LGBTQ film festivals over the past year before being posted online last week....
Cannabis CultureMore than 1,600 injuries, including 34 deaths, have now been linked to vaping, according to the CDC. 1,600 lung injuries linked to vaping: CDC Updated data provided by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control has identified a total of 1,604 incidents of lung injury related to the use of portable vaping cartridge products, including 34 deaths. A specific cause of the...
Finally, a film for ‘Follies’The original cast of London’s 2017 National Theatre Production of “Follies” (Photo courtesy National Theatre) Fans of composer/lyricist Stephen Sondheim will be “losing their minds” over the latest news from the theatre icon: at long last, a film is being made of his classic 1971 Broadway musical, “Follies.” At the helm of the new movie will be...
Lil’ Nas X becomes first out CMA winner Lil’ Nas X has become the first out gay performer to win a Country Music Association Award. The 20-year old artist received his CMA in the “Musical Event of the Year” category, sharing the prize with collaborator Billy Ray Cyrus for their remix of “Old Town Road.” Their song spent 20 weeks at...
Man Filmed Swimming Across Venice’s St. Mark’s Square Amid Historic Flooding: WATCHA man was filmed swimming across Venice, Italy’s St. Mark’s Square at night amid historic flooding that the city’s mayor blames on climate change. The BBC reports: “The highest water levels in the region in more than 50 years will leave ‘a permanent mark’, Venice Mayor Luigi Brugnaro...
Experience Key West Like a Local with Cabaret Superstar Randy Roberts Whether it’s the tropical climate, the welcoming atmosphere, or its independent spirit, Key West has long been a haven for artists, performers and creatives. It’s not uncommon to spend an evening sharing drinks with an author, a painter or even Cher. Okay, it might not be the actual Queen of...
Victory Institute chief: Nationalism, populism ‘eroding democracies’LGBTQ Victory Institute President Annise Parker said nationalism and populism are “eroding democracies.”(Photo courtesy of LGBTQ Victory Institute) The head of the LGBTQ Victory Institute blamed fundamentalism, populism and nationalism as three factors “eroding democracies” Wednesday night at the welcome reception for its annual conference for international LGBTQ leaders. Annise Parker, CEO of the LGBTQ...
Hong Kong reaffirmed as host city for 2022 Gay GamesA June pro-democracy protest in Hong Kong. (Photo courtesy Voice of America/public domain) Organizers of the Gay Games, the quadrennial international LGBT sports event, announced in a statement released Monday night that they remain committed to holding the 2022 Gay Games in Hong Kong despite ongoing pro-democracy protest demonstrations that have...
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