The hosts of the virtual drag show “Tea Bagzz Live on Zoom” have begun including a CG bachelorette party in an effort to make their performances feel more like live queer spaces did before the pandemic. The CG bachelorettes will periodically interrupt or obstruct the show.
Bar patrons fondly remembered Pam’s final lewk, which featured red stilettos and a sequined N95 mask. The crowd could be heard yelling, “you’re giving me lifeeeeee!” Unfortunately, contact tracing later confirmed they gave the performer a deadly case of the novel coronavirus.
It’s a Thursday evening and Tory Paige, a 25-year-old Associate Project Manager, is sitting eagerly on the Sayville Ferry to Fire Island Pines, the debaucherous gay resort an hour east of New York City. The bacchanalia in The Pines has everything, strong drinks, sun kissed areolas, and this summer’s hot new pandemic: COVID-19.
After the sudden, months-long tightening that bottoms experienced this spring, they are cautiously preparing to begin multi-phase reopening plans.
We, the nation’s arts, education, and nonprofit institutions condemn the racism in our police and prison industrial complex. But it has come to our attention that we are responsible for perpetuating white supremacy too.