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Plan Your Week • Jan. 21, 2022

Have an event coming up? Email your information to Managing Editor Tammye Nash at nash@dallasvoice.com or Senior Staff Writer David Taffet at taffet@dallasvoice.com by Wednesday at 5 p.m. for that week’s issue. Plan Your Week The Gay Agenda is now color-coded: Red for community events; blue for arts and entertainment; purple for sports; green for nightlife and orange for civic events and holidays. • Biweekly: Hope Cottage Foster Parent Information Meeting Hope Cottage holds information...

Plan Your Week • Jan. 21, 2022

Have an event coming up? Email your information to Managing Editor Tammye Nash at nash@dallasvoice.com or Senior Staff Writer David Taffet at taffet@dallasvoice.com by Wednesday at 5 p.m. for that week’s issue. Plan Your Week The Gay Agenda is now color-coded: Red for community events; blue for arts and entertainment; purple for sports; green for nightlife and orange for civic events and holidays. • Biweekly: Hope Cottage Foster Parent Information Meeting Hope Cottage holds information...

PHOTOS: Sisters cannonize Betty

The DFW Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence gathered on Sunday, Jan. 16, at the Legacy of Love monument for the canonization of actor Betty White. The posthumous sainting came on the eve of what would have been White’s 100th birthday. White, known for her humor and her love of animals as well as a successful career spanning decades, passed Dec. 31. The ceremony included readings from the sisters, a stand-in for White and the performance of three “miracles.” Following the...

A world gone batty

Morning News article declared: “Five Americans Dead of Rabies Last Year.” Let that sink in: Rabies. Deaths from this disease are very rare. Those five who died made 2021 this the deadliest year for rabies in more than a decade. What caused the spike? Fear of vaccines. Now let that sink in. Imagine you are bitten by a bat or dog. The doctor says you need an immediate shot of immunoglobulin to fight the virus or you will die. But you refuse that shot of immunoglobulin because you are afraid of...

 

Photos + Videos

Scene • 01-21-22

Gaybingo: Backstage at The Rose Room with Miss Gay America Pattaya Hart Gaybingo: BFF’s Asia...

Scene • 01-14-22

Serving it up behind the bar Willie is all smiles Daphne and her new husbands The prettiest smile...

Scene • 01-07-22

Bringing in the New Year in rainbow style Lisa Loeb preforms at the Peacock Theater Lisa Loeb...

Scene • 12-31-21

Susie and Kathy at Sue’s So many rainbows on the strip So handsome & yet so unapproachable at...

Scene • 12-24-21

Caven Christmas Party Caven Christmas Party Caven Christmas Party Caven Christmas Party Caven...

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From victim to survivor to advocate

Counselor Jimmy Owen, who has his client’s permission to talk about the story, said there’s a process for dealing with trauma. Four men were convicted of assault, robbery, kidnapping and hate crimes that began with a Grindr contact; now one of the victims tells his story DAVID TAFFET | Senior Staff Writer taffet@dallasvoice.com Four men have been given sentences ranging from 11 to 23 years for luring men they met on Grindr to an apartment and assaulting, robbing and kidnapping them. Only one...

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Be a man

Gomez’ memoir rambles, but affably so TERRI SCHLICHENMEYER | Bookworm Sez BookwormSez@yahoo.com High-Risk Homosexual: A Memoir by Edgar Gomez; c. 2022, Soft Skull Press; $16.95; 304 pages. Here. Try this. It fits you, but the color isn’t flattering. It’s too long, too short, too tight, too loose. That’s not your style, so try something else until you find the thing that looks like you. The perfect thing is out there. As in the new book High-Risk Homosexual by Edgar Gomez, when something’s...