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Gay Sex in 1980

Film

Gay Sex in 1980

Unseen for decades, Francis Savel’s remarkable 1980 French gay porn film “Equation to an Unknown” — rediscovered by out gay director Yann Gonzalez — offers connoisseurs of the genre a real eyeful during its week-long release at Anthology Film Archives. Comment
Of all the many and varied films of Ang Lee’s, I think his second, “The Wedding Banquet” from 1993, remains his most satisfying. Comment
Thank You for Coming Out ►Audio

Suzanne Hitchman, Thank You For Coming Out

In this week’s episode of the Gay City News podcast “Thank You For Coming Out,” creator and host Dubbs Weinblatt welcomes Suzanne Hitchman, a white, queer, cis woman who is an individual/ organizational coach and creative passionate about issues of racial, gender, and LGBTQ equity and inclusion. Comment
Theater

Wonder Women

Theater

Wonder Women

Harvey Fierstein is back on stage at Manhattan Theatre Club in “Bella Bella,” a piece he wrote about the iconic Bella Abzug and in which he plays the firebrand liberal known as “Battling Bella.” Comment
Thank You for Coming Out ►Audio

Kelsey Bailey & Kelley Quinn, Thank You For Coming Out

Thank You for Coming Out ►Audio

Kelsey Bailey & Kelley Quinn, Thank You For Coming Out

In this week’s episode of the Gay City News podcast “Thank You For Coming Out,” creator and host Dubbs Weinblatt welcomes Kelsey Bailey and Kelley Quinn, both performers whom you can catch regularly in “Here & Queer” at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in Hell’s Kitchen. Comment
Dance

No Holding Back for Mark Morris

Dance

No Holding Back for Mark Morris

Mark Morris’ just-published memoir “Out Loud” — which impressively manages to make adept use of the word “eggshelly” — charts the 63-year-old choreographer’s life’s from his childhood in the Pacific Southwest to becominh arguably the most recognizable choreographer of our time. Comment
Music ►Video

Once in Love with Jamie

Music ►Video

Once in Love with Jamie

Mezzo-soprano Jamie Barton came out as bisexual on Twitter in 2014, and at the 2019 Last Night of the Proms in London she walked out singing “Rule Britannia” carrying the Rainbow Flag rather than the Union Jack. At the Met this season, she is singing Orfeo in the Mark Morris production of Gluck’s 1762 opera. Comment

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