Check out this year’s annual Portland Mercury Queer Issue! It just hit stands today, and I’ve got your Pride Week Calendar, my Top 10 Pride Picks for 2015, and an article about the plight of bisexuals all up in it.
Click the links below to read them, pick up a paper copy all week in the Portland Metro Area, or click on the cover art here to check out the full issue online. I was extra rude this year, just for you.
It’s Hard Out Here for a “B” – Click Here To Read
Top 10 Pride Picks 2015 – Click Here To Read
2015 Portland Pride Event Guide – Click Here To Read
Have fun this week, Puddletown!
I’m going to be the musical guest on Radio Diversia Oficial (LGBTI) in Colombia this Saturday, May 30th.
Tune in to www.RadioDiversia.com at 5pm (Colombian time) to listen worldwide!
(Originally Published on The Huffington Post on 3/2/2015)
My undying love for Austin’s drag-punk-terror powerhouse Christeene is no secret. It takes a lot to shock me, but every time I find myself in the presence of this magical creature, she manages to take me there (and, more often than not, way beyond there).
This past year she also won the heart of Boy George, who, after watching her tear up the stage across the pond, tweeted, “What a fucking awesome hip hop, Beyonce, Evil Dead, queercore, unapologetic, sick show…KILL FOR A TICKET!”
The brainchild of performance artist and musician Paul Soileau, Christeene Vale is a self-described “human pissoire of raw unabashed sexuality; a gender-blending, booty-pounding, perversion of punk fully equipped with an arsenal of ferocious music intertwined with raw moments of strained intimacy and fiery stank” — which pretty well sums it up.
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I’m featured in the February 2015 issue of Bear World Magazine. We chat about my new record, TV work, mental health advocacy, overcoming trauma, escaping oppressive church systems and more.
Read my interview on the BWM site by clicking on the image below, or keep reading for the full transcript.
From Bear World Magazine: (Feb 2015 Issue)
“DOMINIQUE ROBBINS MEETS WITH AMERICAN POP ARTIST LOGAN LYNN” Read the rest of this entry »
I was interviewed for the current issue of Loud and Proud Entertainment Magazine. Click on the cover below to check it out on the Loud and Proud website, or just keep reading below for the transcript.
From Loud and Proud Entertainment: (December 2014/January 2015 issue)
I’ll admit, I was new to the artist Logan Lynn. I had only heard a few of his songs before I was doing research and e-mailing interview questions. I began learning new things about him throughout the process and soon found out he is not like most artists. He is also a champion in the never ending fight for equality.
Logan is willing to ask himself those hard questions and look at important topics that we should all be aware of. His efforts to build up the LGBTQ community are astounding. Logan founded the Q Center’s Qblog. As stated on the website, Qblog serves as a resource and online platform “…to broaden the positive perception of LGBTQ people.” Logan has even donated an entire year of earnings from his album I Killed Tomorrow Yesterday to benefit the Q Center in Portland, Oregon.
What started as a simple music interview turned into something inspiring—an open and honest conversation that hits on several important topics that are too often pushed under the rug and affect more than just our own community. For example, we delve into mental health issues—a topic that is riddled with Read the rest of this entry »