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Calendar, Night&Day Web of Absurdity

Web of Absurdity

Consider the spider. Now, we’re not among those people who have nightmares about spiders. We’re okay with the little critters. But we also don’t hold them up as miraculous and sacred. Which is another way of saying, we don’t really…
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Anita Bryant Died for Your Sins. Coming out as a gay teen has never been easy, despite what you may have seen on Bravo. Three decades ago, however, it was damn near impossible, especially in light of the nationwide antigay…
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"Anita Bryant Died for Your Sins": Theater Review

Coming out as a gay teen has never been easy, despite what you may have seen on Bravo. Three decades ago, however, it was damn near impossible, especially in light of the nationwide antigay crusade led by former beauty queen…
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Calendar, Night&Day Hide and Seek

Hide and Seek

I'm sure I'm not the only woman who prefers the cuter guys, more realistic sex, and lack of horrifying breast implants in gay male porn. So expect some ladies in the audience at the Gay Adult Film Festival, four nights…
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Best Selection of Literary Kitsch

Chelsea Books is a mostly used bookstore for the ironic history buff in the family. At this cozy, homey shop in the Inner Sunset, you can find that folio-size tome on hippie communes you didn't know you needed. It's also…
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