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Viva (2015)

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The Pride L.A.

There’s a comparatively high level of visibility for drag performers on the entertainment scene today.  Not long ago, they were known only to the LGBT community and a few savvy “straights;” now, thanks to widening acceptance, you would be hard-pressed to find anyone not at least marginally aware of “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” or of movies like “Kinky Boots.”  While still not exactly mainstream, drag has emerged from the gay bar and planted its cha-cha heels firmly on the stage of popular culture. 729 more words

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🎶 Bye, bye, Facebook 🎶


Well, today was the day. I deleted my Facebook account. I was not really interested in getting on Facebook to begin with but when I was out of work for breast cancer treatment 7 years ago, I signed on. 1,334 more words

PTSD

Peace at Provincetown


We leave for our vacation this coming weekend. We’re heading to PTown; Provincetown, Massachusetts, for those that don’t know that nickname for that town. It is the last village at the very tip of Cape Cod, and it is a gay Mecca of sorts. 600 more words

PTSD

The Music Lovers (1971)

By Richard Winters

My Rating: 6 out of 10

4-Word Review: Madness has no bounds.

This is a revealing look at Russian composer Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (Richard Chamberlain) and based on his own personal correspondences as he fought his homosexual tendencies by marrying Nina (Glenda Jackson) a woman he really did not love. 366 more words

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The 21 Questions 

I would like to ask something of you. I’d like you to read the following questions and answer them as you would if a friend, co-worker, doctor, nurse, or bank had asked them: 1,825 more words

LGBT

My claim to fame? Ummmm....Sending Amy Winehouse drunk texts.

I walked into a Shoreditch bar, in London, with a boyfriend and his friends. It wasn’t too busy.  My hair was dyed ginger, I had curled it. 1,561 more words

Self Discovery

Disabled & Gay at 30- Part 2

The next thing I remembered, was a doctor forcing a needle into my vain. A couple of seconds later, it hit me. A surge of power had run through me, with such force, it had made me sit, bolt up right, without any assistance. 2,782 more words

Self Discovery