Tag: gay culture

What’s new, Buenos Aires

Argentina’s capital is a gay mecca, but for the most rewarding experience, explore its lush tropical countryside to the north JOEY AMATO  | Contributing Writer lifestyle@dallasvoice.com In gay culture, the must-visit South...

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Not just a ‘female problem’

Research shows that as many as 15 percent of gay, bi men have eating disorders, but most who do won’t seek treatment Catherine Nordon  |  Contributing Writer editor@dallasvoice.com I have grown uncomfortably comfortable in the...

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Ropin’ the wind

As the International Gay Rodeo Finals return to North Texas, we examine the connection between the gay culture and the cowboy way ARNOLD WAYNE JONES  | Life+Style Editor jones@dallasvoice.com Like a true Texas transplant,...

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It’s raining (ON) men

For one Southern Decadence virgin — and thousands of other gay men descending on NOLA — Tropical Storm Lee couldn’t steal their thunder GET WET | Despite occasional cloudbursts, the French Quarter remained a hot-bed of activity...

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Chaz Bono attacked for inclusion on ‘DWTS’

Earlier this week I reported that Chaz Bono, the transgender child of Cher and Sonny Bono, was a contestant on Dancing with the Stars. What a great bold move for ABC, I thought. Well, apparently a lot of people think...

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The pleasure dome

It may not be stately, but LGA’s goofy ‘Xanadu’ is a great summer camp HAVE YOU NEVER BEEN MELLOW | A Muse (Misty Venters) inspires a bubble-brained street artist (Angel Velasco) in the camptastic (and very gay) musical...

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What to see at FIT: ‘Lady Bright,’ Tennessee

The offerings at this year’s Festival of Independent Theatres are making it one of the best yet. The fest opened with the double bill of Upstart’s Wasp and Second Thought’s Bob Birdnow, the former an absurdist...

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COVER STORY: Brunch meets nightclub

MIMOSAS AND DRAG | In gay culture, brunch is a major social and culinary event, where fancy eggs benedict (like that at Dish, above left) and bottomless mimosas are standard issue. But they are becoming more fun, with drag...

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REVIEW: Q Cinema selection ‘We Were Here’

Getting its Southwest premiere at this year’s Q Cinema film fest, We Were Here documents the recent history gay San Francisco and the impact of “the gay plague” HIV/AIDS had on the community. David Weissman...

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Undefeated

Three deaf gay North Texans refuse to let what some would see as a disability stand in the way of a fulfilling life RICH LOPEZ | Staff Writer lopez@ dallasvoice.com Noise. There are layers of it every day. The bustle of traffic,...

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2011 Readers Voice Awards: Entertainment

<<<BACK TO CATEGORIES ULTIMATE DRAG DIVA Jenna Skyy Hosts monthly GayBingo event at the Rose Room inside Station 4, 3911 Cedar Springs Road 214-526-7171 Caven.com Since this was the Ultimate Diva! edition of the Readers...

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COVER STORY: Bear Hugs

  As The annual TBRU approaches, some locals talk about what it means to be a bear ARNOLD WAYNE JONES |  Life+Style Editor jones@dallasvoice.com With the arrival of TBRU, we ask a fundamental question: What is it that makes...

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