There is no shortage of drag queens in NYC. You can’t throw a rock without hitting some twink in a dress who thinks he’s got what it takes to shantay down the runway just because he’s seen every season of Ru Paul’s Drag Race while practicing YouTube makeup tutorials. There’s a difference,
No one can deny that LGBTQ individuals have had a tough go of things under the current presidential administration. With the Supreme Court voting to allow a ban on transgender soldiers who have served their country bravely, the situation appears grim for those in the LGBTQ community and their allies.
There’s nothing quite like a show in Grace Cathedral. The sound, light, and vaulted halls create an atmosphere like no other venue in the city. So when YBCA told us they were setting up an impressive sound system in the Cathedral, for an incredible, queer driven, requiem, written and performed
Guest Post by Max Silver We live in a world conditioned to believe there are only two genders: man and woman, boy and girl. Likewise, our minds are geared towards binary thinking-patterns. Everything is right or wrong, odd or even, yes or no, up or down, black or white. The
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
Ah, the hanky: Our community’s polychromatic tradition of flagging the way we like to fuck. Being a perv and a nerd, I’m obviously a fan, with it’s origins supposedly going back in the mists of time to square dances full of randy forty-niners and wayward sailors out for a hot
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