Charlene Incarnate

Tales Of The City

"The worst of times in San Francisco was still better than the best of times somewhere else.” ~ Armistead Maupin

On this episode, we review the "Tales of the City" reboot on Netflix. The "limited series" is the fourth time Armistead Maupin's bestselling books have been adapted for the screen. In this ten episode series, contemporary issues facing the Q.U.I.LT.B.A.N.G. community are explored honestly & openly. With 28 Barbary Lane serving as the epicenter for most of the the character's lives & stories, the viewer is transported to an Oz-like world each time the wooden door at the top of the steps is opened. In our review, we discuss what we liked the most & least, as well as the importance of the show's use of a diverse cast of Q.U.I.LT.B.A.N.G. actors. WARNING - there are major spoilers ahead, so skip this episode if you haven't watched or finished the series.

We also talk about HBO's new Wigstock documentary, "Wig"; the short film, "Happy Birthday Marsha" on Amazon Prime; & our plans to attend the Reclaim Pride Coalition's upcoming Queer Liberation March & Rally on June 30. To find out more about the Queer Liberation March & Rally and how you can participate or donate, CLICK HERE.

In this week's Keto Korner, we share another Keto-friendly recipe: High Fat High Fun's Keto Egg Loaf.

Soy La Más!

Soy La Más!

Robert & Daniel discuss the Netflix Special, Hannah Gadsby: Nannette; the monthly Brooklyn dance party, Be Cute; A lazy & misogynistic article about Aja; and the YouTube series, La Más Draga, Mexico's Drag Race-inspired Drag Queen competition.

Charlene Incarnate

Charlene Incarnate

Robert and Daniel welcome back the radical trans-feminine goddess, Charlene Incarnate.