GoGo For the Gold

Welcome to the May issue of Diversity Rules Magazine. This month’s feature is about GoGo For The Gold, OUTtv’s hilarious new competition series. The following feature story is from a press release written by Tom Tietjen. Everyone’s favorite Hey Qween host Jonny McGovern and his bestie, GoGo veteran and Only Fans top earner Greg McKeon are on […]

Illuminations Grant for Black Trans Women Visual Artists

QUEER|ART ANNOUNCES JUDGES FOR THIRD ANNUAL ILLUMINATIONS GRANT To commemorate Transgender Day of Visibility, Queer|Art, NYC’s home for connecting and empowering generations of LGBTQ+ Artists, is pleased to announce the judges for the third annual Illuminations Grant for Black Trans Women Visual Artists: interdisciplinary artist Jonathan Lyndon Chase; writer, curator, and activist Kimberly Drew, and […]

It is Gay Easter Time!

Tony Guadagnino is a marketing consultant. Located in New Jersey, his clients are based across the country, focusing on social media to build their presence on the internet. He studied creative writing in college and is currently working on his first novel on the subject of bullying. He lives with his partner Mark. This month […]

Sans Clothing

Stu is a retired professor who taught human diversity courses for thirty years. His first college job, in 1964, was posing naked for art and photo classes— he still poses part-time! ‘Lights On—Clothes Off: Confessions of an Unabashed Exhibitionist’ is his rather revealing novel.Stu welcomes your comments about this month’s Sans Clothing column. His book: […]

Sans Clothing

Stu is a retired professor who taught human diversity courses for thirty years. His first college job, in 1964, was posing naked for art and photo classes— he still poses part-time! ‘Lights On—Clothes Off: Confessions of an Unabashed Exhibitionist’ is his rather revealing novel.Stu welcomes your comments about topics in Sans Clothing. His book: lightsonclothesoff.comHis […]

Pride Journeys: Palm Beach, FL

Joey Amato is the founder and publisher of Pride Journeys, an LGBTQ travel website, and syndicated column. For more LGBTQ travel ideas, please visit www.pridejourneys.com. On my recent Pride Journeys visit to The Palm Beaches, I wanted to explore parts of the region I hadn’t had the chance to visit when I lived in the […]

Pride Journeys: Indianapolis, IN

Joey Amato is the founder and publisher of Pride Journeys, an LGBTQ travel website, and syndicated column. For more LGBTQ travel ideas, please visit www.pridejourneys.com. The last time I wrote an article about Indianapolis was back before I was living here. Sometimes you view a city differently as a tourist, so I decided to become […]

NYC Pride Returns: Unapologetically Us!

At a recent event, NYC Pride announced the official theme for 2022, “Unapologetically Us,” as the kick-off to this year’s events and programming. As the world begins to emerge from a pandemic that gave society a full reset and forced everyone to reconsider and re-prioritize their lives, NYC Pride is acknowledging that struggle and the […]

Rose: You Are What You Eat

John Jarboe (she/her) is a director, singer, writer, producer, and host serving you revolution, herstory, queer community making, and a whole lot of glitter. She is the founding artistic director of The Bearded Ladies Cabaret, a Philadelphia-based company, now eleven years old. She has directed and written original work performed at La Mama ETC, Joe’s […]

Move, I’m Gay

Move, I’m Gay, the podcast starring Francisco and Brendan (better known to listeners as Franny and Brenda) will premiere its 100th episode on Tuesday, February 22, 2022. Taped live each week from their studio in Portland, Oregon, the show has gained a national following for the comical camaraderie between its two seemingly polar-opposite hosts. While […]