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Varla Jean Live: Friday, June 5 at 9PM ET

It’s been a week. Between passing such a depressing milestone of more than 100,000 deaths from the coronavirus; watching the cruel and brutal murder of a black man cry for his mother while a police officer chokes him to death; week long protests and rioting in response; and finally a President blatantly sowing seeds of hate and division — it is hard to imagine smiling let alone laugh, but that is what Ms. Varla Jean Merman has planned for you this Friday.

Varla plans to “clean out her drawers”, sharing her classic video shorts – including a few hilarious misfires. She will also be joined with her very special guest, Ms. Coco Peru. Best of all, it is free to attend, but one must register. Varla will send you an email, along with a text, at 2pm ET on Friday with a link to watch the show.

Register Here: varlajeanlive.com

Men’s Event goes virtual on June 24, 2020

Fenway Health Men's EventFenway Health had to  cancel this year’s Men’s Event and Dinner Party but they have planned a special evening on Wednesday, June 24 with comedian Dana Goldberg, cabaret singer Jon Richardson, and DJ Nate Bluhm to entertain you.

The reimagined event will include many fun moments from the Men’s Event and Dinner Party, but with some very special added twists for everyone who donates $100 or more to The Fenway Health Clinic. For more information, Click here.

Monday morning mancandy

I normally refrain from bathroom selfies but exceptions can be made. May your work week pass quickly.

PRIDELAND airs June 12 on PBS

One-Hour Special Premieres Friday, June 12 at 9:00 p.m. ET on PBS

PBS is celebrating Pride Month with the launch of PRIDELAND, a new one-hour special and short-form digital series following host and actor Dyllón Burnside (from FX’s “Pose”) across the South. The six-episode short-form series  launched on PBS Voices on Tuesday, May 26. A one-hour companion special hosted by Burnside, will premiere on Friday, June 12 at 9:00 p.m. ET

PBS will also air an encore presentation of The Lavender Scare, the gripping documentary that tells the untold story of how tens of thousands of homosexual federal workers were either fired or denied employment in the 1950s, stirring outrage in the gay community and starting an LGBTQ rights movement with an unlikely hero at the forefront. The acclaimed documentary (winner of 16 awards for Best Documentary) will air on PBS on Friday, June 12 at 10:00 p.m. ET.

You can read more about the PBS programming, here and for a complete listing of programming to celebrate Pride Month on Boston’s WGBH-TV, click here.

Monday morning mancandy

shirtless, hairy, sexy, musclesIt is Memorial Day. This is typically considered the first weekend of the summer but I’m thinking there will be nothing typical about this summer. For those who have the day off – enjoy the long weekend.

Monday morning mancandy

wesley wallace, silver steeleThis morning’s post of Wesley Wallace is thanks to Lyne B. is a long time reader who suggested Wesley as a potential Furry Friday. After looking through his playful Instagram account, I saw photos that would work for virtually all of my weekly posts, but I thought I’d feature him here today to get everyone’s day and work week off to a great start. Thank you Lyne for the suggestion.

Celebrating 16 years of marriage equality

gay marriage, marriage rightsMassachusetts became the first state to legalize same-sex marriage 16 years ago today. Today, same-sex marriage is legal in all states.

Massachusetts Chief Justice Margaret Marshall’s excerpt (above) from the landmark case is worth sharing to celebrate both the victory for equality and to remind us how much progress has been made in such a short span of time.