Pandora’s Boxx

I’ve been a fan of Rupaul’s Drag Race ever since the beginning (shocking, I know) and just finished season sixteen. Out of all those seasons, there has only been one queen that I became a fan of. Pandora Boxx from season two. Rupaul doesn’t always make the best decisions on Drag Race, in my gay…

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Griff’s Vertigo

Last year Griff dropped her EP Vert1go Vol 1 and then a few months ago she released the Ver2igo Vol 2 EP. Both are great and show the growth of Griff’s music, with more serious lyrics over her signature upbeat pop sound. These EP’s songs are combined with six new tracks to make up Griff’s…

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Twinnie’s Blue Hour (Before The Dawn) EP

Pablo Picasso had his Blue Period from 1901 to 1904 (welcome to Art History 101) but I much prefer Twinnie’s Blue Trilogy which started last year with her Blue Hour (After Dark) and Blue Christmas EPs and continues with her latest EP, Blue Hour (Before The Dawn). Blue Hour (Before The Dawn) is a six-pack…

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Be Steadwell’s Dear Ex: The Musical

I started June off by celebrating my favorite queer movie of all time, First Period, and decided to end Pride Month celebrating one of my favorite queer divas, Be Steadwell, and her new album Dear Ex: The Musical. Dear Ex is a musical that Be wrote because she had “never seen a musical about Black…

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Camille Schmidt’s Good Person EP

This past weekend I was introduced to the Good Person EP by new-to-me diva Camille Schmidt, who has a very cool folksy-pop sound. Camille’s sound is laid-back and mellow on the majority of the six-track EP except for “Fakeout Ending” which is rocking. In my gay opinion, the lyrics are begging for some self-love and…

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First Period

In honor of Pride Month, I thought I’d revisit my favorite all-time favorite gay movie. What is the greatest gay movie of all time, in my gay opinion, you ask? “Philadelphia” with gay-for-pay actor Tom Hanks playing the stereotypical AIDS victim suing his law firm for unlawful firing practices. No thanks, the only believable part…

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Echosmith’s [The Live Album]

I’m not usually a fan of live albums, the sound is iffy at best and you have to listen to the roar of the crowd between songs. Also, the chit-chat between songs is enjoyable the first time but after multiple listens, not so much. With [The Live Album], Echosmith released a high-quality live album that…

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Natalie Shay’s Champagne EP

The last time I did a write up about Natalie Shay it was for her Milk EP in all it’s fun-loving pop realness. Her newest EP is titled Champagne. Champagne is more mature than Milk and bubblier, if that’s even possible….plus it’s friendlier to vegans and those who are lactose intolerant. Once again, Natalie has…

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Kate Hudson’s Glorious

It’s no secret or surprise that I am a huge Kate Hudson fan. From her rom-coms like “How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days” to her more serious roles in films like “The Skeleton Key” she’s someone that can always get by butt in a movie theater seat. When she released her book “Pretty…

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Tiffany Haddish’s I Curse You With Joy

The only thing that could make my trip to New York City for the Whoopi Goldberg book signing better was doubling my divas and swinging by Tiffany Haddish’s signing of her new book “I Curse You With Joy” at the Barnes & Noble Union Square afterwards. Tiffany was in coversation with Charlamagne Tha God (Who’s…

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