Saturday at 1:22 pm
August is traditionally a slow news month and other than the ongoing tragic disaster in Afghanistan, the other big news of late has been endlessly annoying discussions over who is hosting a nearly 60 year old TV gameshow mostly watched by people over the age of 60.
Thursday at 5:45 pm
Oh, c’mon! You don’t really believe Ken is straight, do you? I mean, he’s always described as Barbie’s “friend” and “pal”. They have less sexual chemistry than Leo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet in Titanic: The Motion Picture!!! (Or, for that matter, any photo of Leo with any of his supermodel girlfriends….) And, Ken is far more interested in clothes, cocktails, and Madonna’s Greatest Hits than he is in Barbie or any of her various careers or personas.
Also: THIS phase in his life:
Monday at 2:53 pm
Friday at 6:18 pm
One of the pioneering fighters for LGBTQ equality in Seattle passed away on February 9th, 2021. Charlie Brydon, 81, was a local business leader with his own insurance agency who gathered together other local gay and lesbian business people and community leaders to create The Dorian Group, which sought to fight for LGBT equal rights and to educate the community about the LGBT community at a time where gay people were largely vilified and shunned.
Friday at 9:55 pm
Looking for books to either read for yourself or to give as gifts? Look no further! Here’s a few suggestions for LGBTQ+ books that have come out in in the last few months that make for great gifts for someone special in your life…and, remember what gay icon John Waters has to say about hooking up with someone and you go to their place for the first time and you look around and notice they don’t seem to own any books….
Monday at 4:32 pm
We are THILLED when we see former Seattleites do well themselves, especially ones we know, and we’re tickled pink to see the success of illustrator/writer MIKE CURATO who left town several years to pursue his dreams of creating beautiful books...after years of entertaining folks with his live performance skills on area stages like Sylvia O’Stayformore’s Bacon Strip.
Thursday at 6:10 pm
Dear Outside World Who Have Mostly Ignored Us for the last two weeks:
Saturday at 2:05 pm
In case you’ve been a lazy slug about making plans for New Year’s Eve fun, we’re gonna give you every option we can find for LGBTQ/allied Seattle that we could find…after all, it’s the least we could do to help you welcome in the start of the Roaring 2020s!!
Monday at 4:22 pm
Seattle based writer/editor/provocateur Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore has issued a Call for Writers for a new non-fiction book that is in the works. The multi-hyphenate is still busy promoting her last novel SKETCHTASY but also working on a new novel AND now seeking contributions for the next big non-fiction book in the pipeline, Between Certain Death and a Possible Future: Queer Writing on Growing up with the AIDS Crisis.
Saturday at 7:39 pm
Since it’s now Fall and the leaves are changing and we’re starting to feel like getting cozy in the comfort of our own couches then it’s also the time to start finding new books to curl up with in October.
Friday at 2:49 pm
Something for all you hardcore Madonna fans out there….the former Material Girl turned Madame X has been wowing NYC audiences for the past few weeks with the start of her new “intimate” tour supporting her Madame X album. The Lady M is playing smaller venues to give her fans a more “one on one” experience as opposed to the usual tour taking in huge impersonal arenas.
Wednesday at 4:03 pm
Calendar mark….it’s not too late to be a part of the 2019 Seattle AIDS Walk and Run to benefit Lifelong….it’s happening this Saturday, September 28th on Capitol Hill/Volunteer Park. You can walk/run and/or donate money to a 33 year old community event that has helped people with HIV/AIDS by providing them life giving services as well as providing funding for research for treatment and a cure.
Friday at 3:38 pm
Hillary Clinton seems to LURVE Seattle…she visits us quite a lot including an appearance earlier this year with husband former President Bill Clinton.
Wednesday at 4:56 pm
We’ve loved dreamy actor Lee Pace for EONS! Obviously for his adorable and prematurely canceled cult television series PUSHING DAISIES but also for his moody and debonair role in Tarsem Singh’s film THE FALL (another cult favorite!)
Wednesday at 2:03 pm
Alternate heading: “Everything You Need To Know About Donor Sperm But Were Afraid To Ask”
Sperm, sperm, sperm…it causes lots of problems if mishandled but it is, of course, a building block to creation so there is a pressing need for it…especially if you don’t have any on hand.
Family Equality, the non-profit organization with a “mission to advance legal and lived equality for LGBTQ families, and for those who wish to form them, through building community, changing hearts and minds, and driving policy change” understands that for some couples (mostly female/female), sperm can be tough to come by. To that end, they’re hosting a clinic next Tuesday, August 20th at Gay City’s Calamus Auditorium to answer all your questions about:
Tuesday at 4:56 pm
Thompson allegedly broke into their servers between March and July of this year. Authorities were alerted to the crime by tips that Thompson was openly discussing the crime on social media including on a site called GitHub where a “white hat hacker” reported Thompson to Capital One on July 17th.
Thompson has a long history of discussing personal issues on social media with many posts suggesting a struggle with mental illness including suicidal threats and expressing a desire to be deported to Denmark to undergo legal euthanasia.
On July 12th she posted this message on Twitter posting under the name “Erratic”:
Tuesday at 2:00 pm
Just like June’s Democratic presidential candidate debates, tonight (July 30) and tomorrow’s debates will be eagerly watched by millions of Americans to see which of the 20 candidates do well…and who needs to drop out. The debates are also happening in the state that the Democrats lost to Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential election, Michigan and demonstrates that the Dems do not want to repeat that error for 2020. Major swings states like Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin will be major battlegrounds in the next year.
Tonight’s line-up will feature both Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren, two of the front runners with the strongest appeal for social democratic voters leaning farther left plus Mayor Pete Buttigieg, the out gay mayor of South Bend, Indiana who has also emerged, surprisingly, as a major candidate and fundraiser.
For the remaining candidates, it’s their opportunity to shine and gain badly needed traction in the race, especially for Beto O’Rourke, who at one time seemed to be a major player but has had a disappointing summer when it comes to gaining new supporters and badly needed campaign funds. It’s also Senator Amy Klobuchar’s last chance to move up; the Minnesotan senator hasn’t moved from her middle position in the polls. Both need to perform strongly to have any chance to continue into the fall.
For the remaining five candidates for tonight’s debate it’s an even bigger hurdle…to move up from bottom of the rankings to a place where they can legitimately continue their campaigns. It’s “do or die” for Tim Ryan, John Hickenlooper, John Delaney, Steve Bullock and the new age spiritualist/author Marianne Williamson.