Dekkoo.com, the global streaming media service catering to gay and queer men, has optioned a third season of their fourth original series «I'm Fine». New episodes of the dramedy will be shot September for release on Dekkoo in early 2019.
The June 3 debut of Ryan Murphy's «Pose», set in the late 80s NYC world of black and Latino drag competitions known as «balls» presents a great opportunity to raise awareness of the harsh lives of many trans people of colour, particularly those on the ball culture scene, who do sex work to survive.
Noting the marked dearth of queer Asian characters in current TV series, Curtis Casella and Kyle Cabral asked, «Where are all the queer people of colour?» then created a series of their own, «Paper Boys», where nearly three quarters of the cast and crew were Asian-American, African-American, Latino, or trans.
Hunky New York City-based personal trainer Branden Hayward is on a mission to make 2018 your best year of sex, ever. With the assistance of alter ego drag queen trainer Wanda, Hayward has produced a YouTube mini-series meant to do exactly that.
Since the founding of the Miss Gay America pageant in Nashville back in 1972 – 37 years before “RuPaul’s Drag Race” –giving has always played a key role in the legacy of the world’s first, longest running and most prestigious female impersonator competition.
Following up their fascinating 2014 book, “Male Sex Work and Society,” a groundbreaking collection of essays and studies on male sex work, Australian professors Victor Minichiello and John Scott are sharing the results of a recent survey they conducted of online male escort profiles around the world.