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New Doc BALONEY Takes You Behind the Curtain of SF’s Sexy Queer Striptease Troupe

Joshua Guerci’s debut documentary BALONEY, a portrait of San Francisco’s beloved Gay All-Male Revue troupe and their burlesque of the same name, is an efficient, practically drama-free depiction of a fringe art collective. Midwifed by Michael Phillis and Rory Davis – directors, choreographers, and partners – the show has built[…]

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Books
Consider These 10 International LGBTQ Bookshops While Making Your 2022 Travel Plans

While gay bars are an obvious go-to for LGBTQ folks, there is something so soothing about spending time in LGBTQ bookshops. Places where we can come together and discuss art, news, our communities and ourselves are always going to be a necessary and welcome addition to our lives as queer[…]

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History
Radical Faeries Have Been Pushing Queer Boundaries for More Than 40 Years

While now it’s mostly just an aesthetic, the radical faeries started out as a counter-cultural community — and changed the world for the better

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History
When Gays Bash Back: The Story of Rev. Broshears and the Lavender Panthers

An epidemic of gay bashings and murders in ’70s San Francisco led this man to bash back with his Lavender Panthers

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