"He was Jayne Mansfield meets Godzilla." "He wanted me to eat with him all the time." "He was a pothead!" "How would you feel about kissing a 300-pound transvestite?" "It's his actual turd."
In this week's column, I give you some exclusive tidbits from Jeffrey Schwarz's upcoming doc about the late, great drag comic Divine. Well, Divine wasn't exactly about understatement, so here's some more! Director JOHN WATERS "Before he was Divine, he was a normal drag queen for about fiv ... More >>
Valiant Sandra Bernhard, curious Mickey Rourke, and simply Divine
Vito Russo was the activist and film historian who wrote The Celluloid Closet, which pointed out gay text and subtext in movies, though most people would have preferred to keep it all buried underneath. He brought things to the surface!
Those darned kids—like Alig, Lindsay, Samantha—will do anything to get attention, won't they? By Michael Musto
Usually I scream bloody murder when a gay man marries a woman, but when Jack Wrangler hooked up with Margaret Whiting all those years ago, I thought, "Well, maybe." She was 55, he was 33. She was a classic, old-style singer, he was a once-raunchy porn star. She was a woman, he was a gay. But they bo ... More >>