Photo from The Q-Sides Every once in a while you get the chance to be part of something beyond cool. The Q-Sides, a joint project by Vero Majano, Kari Orvik and DJ Brown Amy, is this for me. It’s the kind of project that makes you feel like the city
#HellaGayComedy proudly presents The Hella Gay Comedy Festival 2014 which will feature our best LGBT and LGBT friendly stand up comedians for a week long Gay themed comedy festival in Oakland & San Francisco from November 5th – 9th. #HellaGayComedy has been producing gay themed comedy shows in the Bay Area since 2011! Our shows are inclusive to everyone, from our performers to our audience members
Many, many great things happened for both SF and nationwide LGBT communities this past week. There was something truly remarkable seeing the streets of San Francisco Wednesday night filled not in protest or rallying cry, but in celebration. It was a stark contrast to the night of November 4, 2008 when the city erupted with bittersweet
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.
I’m not the first and certainly won’t be the last person to write about the importance of male penis size, but hey, dick talk be making it rain hella page views up in this server. Plus, in the wake of the recent size scandal at Subway, it seemed as good a
Is it a coincidence that same-sex marriage was legalized in New York just before the 41st anniversary of San Francisco Pride? Now the two cities we write for will have some serious celebrating to do this weekend! June 25th and 26th mark the 41st anniversary of San Francisco Pride. SF
[youtube 7KOr3nhb8XI&hd=1] Dan Savage recently printed a letter from a reader mourning the suicide of Billy Lucas and was at a loss for what to do about isolated gay teenagers in unsupportive and even abusive communities. Savage responded by starting the “It Gets Better” project on Youtube to reach out