Manila Luzon called me from the road in the middle of a breakneck tour to kick around some questions and be her hilarious self for our readers.
Panel: Do our labels like ‘butch,’ ‘femme,’ ‘bear,’ ‘otter,’ etc. help us find community or do they get in the way?
Pieter Tolsma, Brianna Matthews, Jeff Swaim, Tom Rockman and George K. Gramer, Jr. weigh in on this week’s question.
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people gain some misguided internal power from feeling like they have some influence over a situation, are arrogant enough to think that their perception is the only correct choice
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Guys, it’s your turn. Good thing you’ve got a lesbian pal who’s not afraid to get to the (ahem) bottom of all this mystery. You ready?
Out Front’s most photogenic Colorado men in 2013
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Fifth Annual Red Ball at EXDO December 1, 2013
Watching him accept that award, my roommates and I became jealous by his effortless ombre hair and, what was even more impressive, his expertly applied eyeliner — a Jared Leto trademark.
I commented to my friend about the party guests’ bizarre disjuncture — he rolled his eyes at me said that the older guys were either sugar daddies or drug dealers. Whether or not it was true, this wasn’t the party I’d expected.
When you’re a kid, your life sandwich is like a fluffernutter.