Local femme Leslie Kipling is having trouble meeting women. Her matches on dating apps don’t usually flourish beyond a few text exchanges, Covid concerns keep Leslie out of gay bars, and she can’t seem to attract other queer women in the wild because, as she’s been told, she doesn’t “look gay.” To combat this issue… Continue reading Aspiring Lesbian Actor Wants “Gay Haircut”; Can’t Afford New Headshots
If there is one thing gay people definitely aren’t watching, it’s the CMA awards. This year, that’s unfortunate, because at the Country Music Awards featured a VERY IMPORTANT GAY KISS last week. And that kiss changed EVERYTHING, we guess! Here’s what went down at Wednesday’s ceremony: T.J. Osborne, of the Brothers Osborne, a band we… Continue reading BREAKING: Country Music Super Gay Now
NEW YORK, NY – Lil Nas X, hero of our community, was seen wearing SEVERAL, I repeat, MULTIPLE incredible outfits in just the last 24 hours alone! Outside of being unapologetically gay and hot on stage and in videos, wearing outfits is easily the LGBTQ community’s second-favorite thing Lil Nas X does! First up, at… Continue reading BREAKING: Lil Nas X Wears Several Outfits; Gays STAN!
You know Cara Cunningham. You love her. You may remember her from the cinematic masterpiece “LEAVE BRITNEY ALONE.” Well, Cara came out as trans and has begun her transition, and we couldn’t be happier for her! While coming out as trans is a huge accomplishment, and should be a moment of pride, we also know… Continue reading LGBTQ Community’s Preemptive Request: LEAVE CARA ALONE!
CITY NAME TBD, COUNTRY NAME TBD – Despite a very-much-active pandemic still raging, the worlds’ top athletes came together in Tokyo for the Olympic Games, which ended Sunday. The event proved to be a successful two weeks for the LGBTQ community! The news was filled with headlines highlighting the accomplishments of the queer community –… Continue reading BREAKING: Queer Community Forms Sovereign Nation, Plans to Compete in 2024 Olympics
LOVES PARK, IL–Leaning over their collection, a local queer person wondered precisely what sticker to use. Angus Nielsen considered carefully what sticker they would place on their laptop and, also, where on said laptop the sticker would be affixed. Nielsen, 39, said, “This is my work computer. So the bathroom sticker is right out. As… Continue reading Local Queer Anxious Over Sticker Placement
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