Drag has become so much more than queens lip-synching covers of diva classics. The more original your act is, the better, and in 2020 the possibilities are endless. The art form has permeated pop culture’s language, fashion, and notions of beauty, and it’s crossed over into other creative disciplines as well, including comedy, television, and […]
A generation that grew up queer on the Internet finds a home on Chicago’s drag stages.
Current musical obsessions of stand-up comics Nicholas Rouley and Stephanie Hasz and Reader music staffer Luca Cimarusti
The Chicago LGBTQ+ International Film Festival opens at Music Box with Hurricane Bianca.
Dan’s advice on cyber cheating, what to do when you’ve shtupped the new hire, and middle age as a gay man.
The post-9/11 electroclash fad did a lot to help Larry Tee‘s career, transforming him from a fairly obscure New York dance-scene fixture best known for cowriting RuPaul’s “Supermodel” into the capo of a movement that dominated the music media for months. At the same time it also nearly ruined his reputation, both because of his […]