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Author: Robert Roth

A Frank and Fabulous Looking Freak Show

As with a lot of its indie, queer film cousins, the strength of a movie like Freak Show lies in its heart. Based on the young adult novel of the same name by former club kid and current World of Wonder bon vivant James St. James, it’s an earnest story that makes up for its lack of surprises with a star studded cast and an excellent performance from The Imitation Game’s Alex Lawther.

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Something Like Love: Something Like Summer

Something Like Summer is a sometimes delightful, sometimes heart-wrenching look into how identity and acceptance both informs and complicates our love lives. Directed by David Berry, the movie follows the trials and tribulations of characters that folks might be familiar with from Jay Bell’s Something Like series.

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Would A Queer/Bar By Any Other Name Smell As Sweet?

Capitol Hill’s latest entrant into the queer nightlife scene flung open it’s newly refurbished doors Friday night to an invite only crowd and suspiciously rave reviews, if their Facebook page is to be believed, at least. But, then, how telling would it be for Queer/Bar not to get a Day 1 5-star review from Dave Meinert, Capitol Hill nightlife impresario and part of the Guild Seattle group backing the freshman watering hole?

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GeekGirlCon 2017

Another year of GeekGirlCon has come and gone. Despite some of the troubles recently faced by the organizing team, including the last-minute departure of the group’s Executive Director, it seemed to be another resounding success.

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Prideshots: Solomon Georgio and QTPOC Is Not A Rapper

QTPOC Is Not A Rapper, Seattle’s monthly comedy open-mic for queer and trans people of color, welcomed the fabulous Solomon Georgio to Chop Suey for their first ever Pride comedy show. Also appearing with Solomon were the hilarious QTPOC Is Not A Rapper regulars Nick Sahoyah, Val Nigro, and Monisa Brown along with the amazing Finn Cottom.

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Drawn To Diversity

Do you see yourself represented in comics? Chances are, unless you’re a white, straight, cisgender man, you’re going to say “not so much.” In this short documentary, Jetspace Magazine explores diversity and queer representation in the comics industry with artists, writers, publishers, and fans.

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Prideshots: Block Party at The Station

The Block Party at the Station just keeps getting bigger and better every year, bringing talented local artists of color to the stage and offering the Beacon Hill neighborhood community a chance to gather and celebrate for free. And Jetspace Magazine was there to capture some of the magic.

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Prideshots: Queers4Oliver

The People’s Party joined forces with Queers4Oliver to kick off Pride month at Re-bar with mayoral candidate Nikkita Oliver. Oliver posed for photos with the gathering crowd, and gave a rousing speech that touched on some of her primary campaign points.

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SNL: A Sketch Too Far

I was left with a strange feeling yesterday after watching the replay of last weekend’s Saturday Night Live. Part of it was from the fact that Chris Pine had to sing almost every time we saw him in the episode, which was weird. But it was mostly due to the sketch where a group of tough, masculine auto mechanics all came out to each other as closet RuPaul’s Drag Race fans.

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It’s Time For Lady Bunny To Grow Up

It must be hard being Lady Bunny, always being surrounded by people who don’t get that her brand of shock value humor isn’t meant to offend. Constantly having to explain that it’s her audience’s job to not be offended by her jokes, rather than her job as a performer to edit what she says out of decency and human kindness, must be tiring.

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