Did you catch my s(h)ow on Fire Island?

I CANNNNOT stop laughing oh my GAWWWD #missypiggy #fireisland #diva #muppetsandfriends

Posted by Andrew Pritchard on Thursday, July 5, 2018


RuPaul at 1993 March on Washington for Lesbian, Gay and Bi Equal Rights and Liberation

25 YEARS AGO TODAYOn April 25, 1993, RuPaul entertained more than 1 million people who gathered in D.C. for one of the largest protests in history: The 1993 March on Washington for Lesbian, Gay and Bi Equal Rights and Liberation. #RPDR #DragRace

Posted by Karl Frisch on Wednesday, April 25, 2018

July 9th!

Roseanne got a new gig!

Season 10 winner!


Remember When | Inconvenience Store

Remember when Kenan Thompson and Nick Cannon ran the (in)convenience store?

Posted by Remember When on Wednesday, June 27, 2018

Love the Chloris and always have!

Cloris Leachman Worked Blue at the Bob Saget Roast

The legendary Cloris Leachman had a unique way of flirting at the Bob Saget Roast.

Posted by Roasted on Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Sounding maybe better than Diana? Uncanny!

3 incredible little boys perform as The Supremes! The one playing Diana Ross is amazing! "You Can't Hurry Love"

Posted by Pangburn Scott on Sunday, June 24, 2018

If I weren’t so clumsy, these would make me skate!

These are the most glamorous roller skates you have ever seen

These are the most glamorous roller skates you have ever seenCredit: Marawa the Amazing

Posted by Bored Panda on Tuesday, June 26, 2018

Jimmy Dore rides again!

A bill designed to establish & protect net neutrality in California was gutted by corporate Dems and rammed through on a vote that was outside normal procedure.



La Niurka meets La Bun-Bun

She’s like an x-rated Charo and such a hoot! That’s Raven and Miss Fame in the background.

Having a blast at Mexico City Pride with @realniurka @missfamenyc and @itsravenhunty !

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Lanah Pillay is back!

Lanah Pillay has released a 30 year anniversary remix of her 80s hit Pistol In My Pocket. The first mix was Stock-Aiken-Waterman and the new on is by Erasure. Check it out!



A religious message on the sign of a local church had locals turning heads today.#9News | http://9News.com.au

Posted by 9 News Gold Coast on Tuesday, June 5, 2018

Don’t know about the fluoridation part.

Here’s to summer!

DJing Mexico City pride with these gals on Saturday!

Love that the event is call Man-Drag-Ora! With Yara Sofia, Aja, Raven and The Boulet Brothers. Hosted by Niurka!

No one wore navy and pink like Edie Windsor!

Callen Lorde posted this. Edie is beloved because of her role in getting gay marriage passed. But she also had a feisty side. This photo was taken in The Hamptons at the annual tea dance I have spun at for years. Press were bugging Edie for a photo. She looked a little miffed and then said “Only with her!” A friend told me that she was leading a pledge of allegiance and left out the “under God.”

Trump giggles…


I was all full of gay pride for this weekend until she turned me straight!

i want you love

i want you love

Posted by Poche Muzik on Sunday, June 17, 2018


Amen to him!

I am not at all religious but I say Glory, Glory Hallelujah to Reverend Barber. Jesus helped poor people. He never advocated wars. The system is broken and no one promoting the status quo will fix it. While many praise Martin Luther King’s name once a year, this man and his Poor People’s campaign is truly carrying on the work of MLK.

Here’s an except. If you agree with Rev. Barber, please watch the rest of his interview.

“A National Call Revival audit says there are actually 140 million poor and low-wealth people in this country. Seventy-three percent of them are women and children. That’s 43.5 percent of all of the people in this country are poor. Are poor. Upwards of 250,000 people die every year from poverty. Incomes—and, no, it’s no longer true that if you work, you’re coming out of poverty. In some places, you’d have to work 99 hours at a minimum-wage job just to be able to get a basic apartment.

So we have an impoverished democracy right now. It didn’t just start with Trump, but it certainly is being exacerbated by Trump. Too often, we have seen a political dialogue, a narrative, for the last 40 years, that has literally removed poverty from any of our political discussions. Politicians talk about the middle class and military, and not about poverty. And we have this impoverished democracy.

On top of that, we have, Amy, the systemic racism, particularly around the works—not the words of racism, like Roseanne Barr saying something, but the works of racism—voter suppression that hurts the poor, gerrymandering that hurts the poor and allows people to get elected who use racialized voter suppression to get elected. And once they get elected, they pass policies that hurt mostly the poor. All of the states that have racialized voter suppression since 2010 have elected statehouses and congresspeople and senators that are against funding for the poor, that are against living wages, that have tried to block healthcare, that have passed tax cuts that are devastating to the programs that help the poor.

So we have an impoverished democracy, which is why we have to have massive, nonviolent, moral fusion civil disobedience, massive voter mobilization among the poor, and massive power building among the poor, if we’re going to turn this nation around.”

Green Acres Realness!

DJing and performing on Fire Island on July 2nd and 3rd!

Heading out to my annual Fire Island pilgrimage to DJ and perform on July 2-3 with @vossevents

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But I thought high heels aerated lawns for free!


Walk on grass in heels without sinking with this invention.

Posted by Cheddar on Monday, June 11, 2018


I’m can’t guarantee that Lady Bunny t-shirts will make you this sexy, but they might. PS: Is it wrong to want to lick a fan’s juicy calf muscle and then work my way up?

Available on LadyBunny.net and live shows.


Interesting round-up of gay super hits & they did their homework–Jobriath?

50 Songs That Define the Last 50 Years of LGBTQ+ Pride

The stories after Stonewall, starring Frank Ocean, Tegan and Sara, Jobriath, Troye Sivan, Grace Jones, and more

Pitchfork: “LGBTQ+ people have always been at pop’s vanguard, as performers and audiences; the history of pop music is queer history. Blues originators like Ma Rainey and Bessie Smith, both openly bisexual, helped form the foundation of what would become R&B and rock‘n’roll. In the 1920s and early ’30s, Prohibition’s end gave way to the “Pansy Craze”: cabaret drag performances that brought gay nightlife to the masses and carried their aesthetics into mainstream musical theater. In the mid-’30s, at the edge of the Great Depression, moral backlash—sometimes disguised as economic conservatism but usually explicit in its bigotry—shut down many of these clubs and formally criminalized gay sex at a scale that had never before been seen. The closet door, which hadn’t even existed as we know it now, slammed shut.

This didn’t stop LGBTQ+ musicians from shaping American pop culture.”

MORE: https://pitchfork.com/features/lists-and-guides/50-songs-that-define-the-last-50-years-of-lgbtq-pride/