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Spencer Day’s thoughts reflect a rare performer who almost never thinks about his own ego, and almost constantly about how to use his artistry and access to make the world a better place.
Spring’s fertile array of arts offerings includes some festive fundraisers, which leads to patrons getting wined and dined in both traditional and new ways.
On Monday May 12, performer and fundraiser Sean Ray and his many talented singing friends will perform in ‘Perfect Day: The 11th Annual Cabaret to Fight AIDS,’ which Ray is also producing.
Saturday’s second annual Red Dress Ball at Lookout benefited AIDS Life Cycle with all kinds of interpretations of the theme, from head-to-toe drag to athletic unshaven men in tight elastic red cocktail dresses.
Comic tales, shaken gogo tails, siren-like singers and circus silliness await you this week.
Fans of gay comics and graphic novels got a triple dose of talent at receptions held at Magnet and Truck last weekend. Justin Hall (Glamazonia), Ed Luce (Wuvable Oaf) and Jon Macy (Fearful Hunter) premiered original framed artwork.
Our porn columnist responds to the “vituperation and hysterical condemnation expressed—most all of it from porn biz insiders” over his perceived insult to a director, and surveys sex scenes in cramped spaces.