by Xan Holbrook When Werner Herzog said that Los Angeles had the most substance out of any city on Earth, he talked of the mass of contradictions that comes in a city which “manufactures dreams.” This sentiment, grand as it already is, hints at a larger truth (or series of
Thanks to a clever new ad campaign the topic of toxic masculinity is on many people’s lips. The Gillette commercial shows ‘real men’ grilling, being bullies, objectifying women, everything you imagine toxic masculinity to look like. Except for the fact that the men in the ad are all presented as
This weekend in New York City thousands of bears will be loose in the streets. No, not the woodland creatures but rather that particular group of gay men who embrace their big bellies and body hair and some of whom will be faced with the fashion dilemma of whether to accessorize their
Hooray! It’s Pride Month in San Francisco. The rainbow flags are flying proudly on Market Street, queer people are coming from all over the world to experience our friendly, little city and it seems like there might be fornicating gay unicorns around every corner. If you’re a straight person who wants
Pride Weekend is an to appointment party on the annual calendar, and inevitably some stroller-pushing breeders will want in on that action. I mean, who wouldn’t, it’s a lot of fun. It’s not that straight people are unwelcome; most Pride events are all about inclusion, plus they’ll be very happy
This weekend was pretty great. Pink Saturday, Pride Parade, record numbers of revelers celebrating throughout our fair city…. Which means today will most likely be spent on the couch with a bucket of coffee nursing an equally record-breaking hangover. So you’ll be feeling on top of the world by Tuesday,
People frequently mistake me for being gay. Certainly much more than they mistake me for being a comedian. But despite the fact that I studied theater in college while working at the Gap, living in the co-ops and sucking dick on the side for money, I am neither gay nor bisexual.