The Ultimate Summer 2014 Gaylist

With Summer Solstice behind us, it is time to list the Top Ten Summer Jams for 2014. We’re calling it THE Ultimate Gaylist. Whether you’re cruising up the 101 freeway with the top down in sunny California, getting glammed up for a night out in London, or sipping cocktails at rooftop hotel pool in New…

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Jimmy Fowlie, Life After Gogo Dancing

I sat down with Jimmy Fowlie to talk about his new show “Gogo Boy Interrupted” that delves into the life of a former gogo, Danny Carter. Jimmy talks about his own experiences that fueled the project as well as life with a theater degree and working with director Jordan Black. “Gogo Boy Interrupted” goes up…


Kansas City: Low Expectations, Big Surprises

Out of all the cities planned for our road trip, I was most excited about Kansas City. Not many people expect much out of the city and very few people know anything about it. Did you know that it’s located on the Missouri/Kansas border?? I didn’t and there was a lot more I was looking…

Reigning drag queen Tracey Ottomey opening up the show.

The Gays Go to Church St. in Nashville

In traveling cross-country to move my boyfriend out to LA, I wanted to check out some of the smaller cities you wouldn’t necessarily expect to have a gay scene. Our first major city was Nashville. To most people Nashville is not a small city, in fact it’s their favorite. Great restaurants, a plethora of bars,…

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Washington DC, A New Gay Capital

When we think of the great American gay cities, more often than not our minds jump to New York, LA, and San Francisco. I had never before considered DC a major gay city until my friends who lived there told me I had it all wrong. Alumni from Georgetown and GW confirmed that every other…

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Marqui Jordan, Art Director/Stylist

I sat down with Marqui Jordan, an up and coming Art Director and Wardrobe Stylist who talked about his work on Nylon Magazine’s “Oh You Pretty Things” as well as his other projects which support and expose the underground fashion scene.


The Gay Hostel, Berlin

While preparing to study abroad in London last fall I decided I wanted to take a weekend trip to Berlin. It was a combination of the infamous club scene, my love for German men, and the brutish post WWII architecture that made the city so alluring (not to mention my love for Currywurst). The summer…

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“My Status is Not a Secret”

I sat down with John Saint-Denis and Ian Klein, the writing/directing/producing team behind their new documentary “STATUS” as well as their webisodes “Open” and “Knowing” concerning the aspects and issues of people living with HIV and in serodiscordant relationships.


Gay Guilt and “The Normal Heart”

Ever since coming out, gay men from the older generation have been trying to teach me about the travesty of the AIDS epidemic. “You don’t know how good you have it.” “You don’t know what it was like.” “You don’t appreciate how much we fought for you.” This kind of guilt may work for other…

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Being Gay and Mormon

I sat down with Sean Baumann and Jake Taylor, a mormon couple who have been dating for two years to talk about their relationship, resources they used, and how they continue to work with their church. Check it out below!