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Ru-minations: Bitter Ru-venge

This is it. The moment we’ve all been waiting for. The revelation behind the “Revenge” twist of All-Stars Season 2. And girl, prepare your taste buds, because this sumptuous feast is salty as hell. Last week’s episode ended with all 4 eliminated queens glaring through the one-way vanity mirror, just in time to catch Phi Phi O’Hara badmouthing Alyssa Edwards after Alaska eliminated her.

Gay City Arts presents When There Were Angels

Gay City Arts presents When There Were Angels, the story of a young man, looking to discover himself and come to terms with his sexuality, who meets man who shows him what true love really feels like. At times poignant, funny, and tragic, it’s an adventure of the heart that changes their lives forever.

The Meditative Wonderland of Mykki

Maybe the best summary of Mykki Blanco’s raison d’être comes from Blanco herself. In an interview on Youtube, she responds to a question about acceptance by mainstream hip-hop by stating, “I didn’t come to be accepted, I came to be visible.”

BenDeLaCreme is Back, and There’s Hell To Pay

I write about BenDeLaCreme because how could I not? I am compelled by forces far too forcey to resist: up to and including my own freaking-out, hair-pulling, screaming-girl fandom. My position on the matter is well documented, and Ben’s charms and talents are held in high esteem by teaming hordes.

Wedding Band: A Well-Told Story That Needs To Be Told

It should go without saying that stories about race such as this one are just as important in our time as the history they depict. But it cannot, and in fact bears repeating. Stories about race, such as this one, are just as important in our time as the history they depict.

Raven’s Reading Rainbow: Light In The Darkness

Sometimes we can feel as if there’s no light in our world. It’s as if we’re beset on all sides by trouble and pain, both emotional and physical. So it is with this reader, who asked: Is there a light at the end of my dark tunnel or is this what I’m stuck with for the future?

2016 Emmys Most Diverse Ever, According to Emmys

This weekend’s Emmy Awards celebration was one of the most diverse Emmy Awards celebrations ever. At least to hear them tell it. And tell it they did, whether they were awkwardly congratulating themselves for it, or awkwardly making fun of themselves for it.

Ru-minations: Double Taken

Shocked? Despondent? Aghast? How would you describe your feelings after this week’s Drag Race All-Stars episode? Try bloodthirsty, because “Ru-venge” is a dish best served juicy.

Judy Gold: Kids Will Break Your Effing Emmy

Judy Gold is a smart, funny, and unapologetic woman, thank you very much–a loud and proud NYC Jew with two kids and two Emmys and no patience for your crap. She also just happens to be gayer than Ellen’s underwear drawer. Ask anyone. Famously so.

The Mix: Friday Five

The Mix is back with this week’s Friday Five. From deals and drag, to brews and Jewish comedy, don’t miss these five really amazing, hand-picked events happening in the PNW this weekend.

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Hi-Chews and Halsey Blues: Bumbershoot 2016

Well folks, I did it. I spent the weekend in the tween-filled, EDM-saturated alternate universe known as Bumbershoot and I’ve lived to tell the tale. Ok, so I’m being dramatic. It was mostly really fun and only ever got uncomfortable or depressing when I watched fourteen-year-olds doing drugs or something.

Gay City Arts presents When There Were Angels

Gay City Arts presents When There Were Angels, the story of a young man, looking to discover himself and come to terms with his sexuality, who meets man who shows him what true love really feels like. At times poignant, funny, and tragic, it’s an adventure of the heart that changes their lives forever.

SuperHard: Hi Score

Look at all these dirty nerds, letting their freak flags fly at SuperHard: Hi Score. DJ's Joey Webb and Rob Winter spun some amazing tunes, while Tyler Rush and Cass Bolton cosplayed up the Eagle's cage. From the custom Superman leather harness to the dueling, gender-bent Harley Quinns, it was the hottest night during PAX West for some gay geek fun.

Watch This: The Midnight Island of Childhood Dreams

As a kid I read a lot of stories about survival and kids building homes. My favorites were the Jack London books about wolves, Hatchet, My Side of the Mountain, The Boxcar Children Series, and the Berenstain Bears book about the clubhouse (before Berenstain Bears acquired their current conservative Christian bent.)

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