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Adam Devine: The gay interview

Even now, Adam Devine just wants to dance with some bodies. So, as Josh in Isn’t it Romantic, the comedian known for flexing his funny-guy chops in Comedy Central’s Workaholics (which he also co-wrote) and ABC’s Modern Family, keeps the love strong with Pitch Perfect co-star Rebel Wilson in their new self-aware anti-rom-com. With assists from a satirical gay sidekick (Brandon Scott Jones of The Good Place) and Whitney Houston and Madonna musical numbers, the film also stars, of course, Liam...

UPDATE: TransGriot is back

UPDATE: A few hours after it mysteriously disappeared, transgender activist Monica Roberts’ award-winning blog, TransGriot is back online. So far, Roberts said, she doesn’t know what happened to make it disappear (shortly after an article praising Roberts and the blog appeared on The Daily Beast) and, she said, Google/Blogger isn’t responding to her inquiries. Although, Roberts said, she has a theory. Read her latest TransGriot post here.   Transgender activist and...

Adam Devine: The gay interview

Even now, Adam Devine just wants to dance with some bodies. So, as Josh in Isn’t it Romantic, the comedian known for flexing his funny-guy chops in Comedy Central’s Workaholics (which he also co-wrote) and ABC’s Modern Family, keeps the love strong with Pitch Perfect co-star Rebel Wilson in their new self-aware anti-rom-com. With assists from a satirical gay sidekick (Brandon Scott Jones of The Good Place) and Whitney Houston and Madonna musical numbers, the film also stars, of course, Liam...

Tidying up

  If you haven’t yet heard of Marie Kondo, the diminutive Queen of Clean, you probably don’t have a TV or a Netflix subscription, or maybe you don’t read much. The delightful Japanese author seems to be everywhere these days — yes, even in our house. My partner and I watched one episode of Tidying Up on Netflix and were hooked. The reason? Well, if the houses of the folks on her show could be put in order, certainly ours could be, too. At one time, I kept a fairly tidy living place. My...

 

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RGV drag queens to stage protest drag show

Drag queens from Brownsville, McAllen and Harlingen will stage a No Border Wall protest drag show on Saturday, Feb. 23 and raise money for LGBT asylum seekers being held in custody. The outdoor event takes place in Brownsville from 5-6:30 p.m. at Alice Wilson Hope Park, 1300 E. Levee St. and will be hosted by Beatrix Lestrange. Some of the Rio Grande Valley’s best drag talent will protest the fake border crisis Trump created and call attention to the mistreatment of LGBT asylum seekers being...

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Getting Sykes-d up

Queermedian Wanda Sykes talks walkouts, Ellen’s interview with Kevin Hart and the role her wife plays in her career Because according to Trump’s America only white het men can exist, now would be a good time to reintroduce Wanda Sykes. She is a black person and a woman and a lesbian. And if you go to one of her Oh Well Tour standup engagements this year, or catch the taping of one on Netflix (tentatively scheduled to stream later this year), expect poking and probing of things...