Tag Archives: Gay

Coming out at work isn’t a reality for everyone

The Gay ClosetQueerty.com teamed up with Whisper to talk to LGBT employees who feel pressured to hide their identities from their bosses and coworkers for the sake of professional advancement.  The quote above is one of many that they collected and shared from their partnership.

I’m lucky enough to work where I can be honest about who I am, but the reality is that for many people this is not an option. I’d like to thank Queerty.com for reminding us that many still work in states where they can be fired for being gay and many, many more won’t come out because while they may not be fired, they know they will never advance in their career so they remain closeted.

Are you out to your coworkers? I’d like to know.

Caption this photo

men at work, construction workersYou may have noticed that on Wednesday mornings I’ve been starting to regularly post photographs that seem to ask for a creative caption.  I have to admit that some of you really rise to the challenge.  Take a crack at this week’s image of these two construction workers who seem to beg for a witty caption.

I’ll get you started with my own caption, “Much to Tom’s chagrin, Mike started singing Push It by Salt-N-Pepa.”  I’m sure you can do better. Make me laugh.

But I’m a Cheerleader comes to Castro Theatre

Peaches Christ, San Francisco, Castro TheatreDrag performer Peaches Christ is hosting a screening of the cult film “But I’m a Cheerleader” on Tuesday, Jan. 27 with the film’s star, actress Natasha Lyonne.

For those millennials who may not be familiar with this 1999 dark comedy / satire about gay conversion therapy, it is worth renting / streaming if you don’t live in San Francisco or cannot make it on Tuesday night.

“But I’m a Cheerleader: The Peaches Christ Experience,”  takes place this Tuesday, Jan. 27th at 7:30 p.m., at The Castro Theatre at 429 Castro in San Francisco; tickets are $25.  For more information visit, sfsketchfest.com.

Saturday morning comic: Adam and Andy

James Asal Jr, gay comicClick on the comic strip to enlarge.

ADAM & ANDY is set in the fictional New England town of Woodfield, CT. You can learn more about this strip by visiting, adamandandy.com.

DADT: Spectacle Saturday, Jan 24th

Queer night Boston, Gay night BostonDon’t Ask Don’t Tell will celebrate its 50th event and 4 year anniversary with Saturday night’s party that will include five DJs, an epic drag show and local LGBT artists at Great Scott in Allston, MA.

For more information about this monthly party visit their FB event page.

Anderson Cooper’s Ridiculist: Gay Agenda

Much thanks to Joe My God for bringing this to my attention.  Well said Anderson.

Orange is the new…

handsome, hunk, cutie, gayWho cares what orange is.  I’m a huge fan of everything going on here. Enjoy your Saturday morning.