Jake Lancer’s Take Off EP

Welcome to Club Lancer, where the beats are pumping and touching isn’t only permitted but encouraged. For the next twelve minutes, Jake Lancer will take you on an all-inclusive emotional dance journey with his debut EP, Take Off. Jake’s music is upbeat and his lyrics are heart-felt. Jake’s a queer New York City based singer…

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Alyssa Milano’s Sorry Not Sorry

I’m a huge fan of Japanese pop-music icon Alyssa Milano as well as her work on the TV shows Who’s The Boss, Melrose Place, Charmed (one of the best shows ever created, in my gay opinion), and Insatiable. Back on March 30th, 2009 I went to Borders in New York City for a book signing…

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Adam Silvera’s They Both Die At The End

Don’t worry, this post doesn’t have spoilers, how could it when the book’s title says it all, “They Both Die At The End.” That’s the ultimate spoiler alert right there, it’s also the first thing that caught my eye in an email from The Strand Bookstore in New York City. The second thing that got…

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Natalie Gelman’s Moth To The Flame

I miss the good old days of running to the music store on album release day, sweating it out worrying they might be sold out before I got there. Now a days, I refuse to preorder albums online because divas sometimes release autographed or deluxe editions the day of and also I don’t want to…

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Online Eyeglass Buying 101

I’ve been wearing eyeglasses since middle school, in a time before the internet, when dinosaurs roamed the earth and Charo sailed the high seas on The Love Boat before she discovered America. I would get my glasses made where I had my eye exams and bent over to pay whatever exorbitant amount of money they…

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Patty Smyth’s It’s About Time

I, like any fan of 80’s music, know Patty Smyth as the voice behind the classic hit ‘Warrior” by Scandal. However, in my gay opinion, she solidified her spot in Divadom in 1992 when she released her single “Sometimes Love Just Ain’t Enough” with Don Henley. Her self-titled album became an instant favorite of mine…

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Be Steadwell

Black Lives Matter. Period. How to write a post about a cause I believe in and find a way to help? But without making it all about me, when I make everything about me, since it’s my gay opinion. The answer is through relatable music. This Friday, June 19th the website I use to discover…

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Betsey Johnson’s Betsey: A Memoir

Who knew in August 2006 when I agreed to cat sit for my partner’s co-worker’s two cats that my TV-watching and diva-stalking life would be changed forever. I agreed to help Betty and Ernest’s parents (I don’t remember their names) for two reasons #1: I love cats and #2: they had cable and air conditioning,…

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