When Mac, a young butch Latina dies, her girlfriend Hope must overcome both personal grief and homophobic hostilities from Mac's family in order to respectfully send Mac off into the after-life as she would've wanted.
A dance group rehearses for their latest performance Inabitáveis about black homosexuality. While the choreographer conducts research and gives guided tours, he meets Pedro, a young trans girl looking for her own means of expression. She desperately wants to be taught by him.
Deleted Scenes from “Kiss of the Rabbit God” featuring Tu’Er Shen 兔兒神 telling the story of “Cut Sleeve,” one of the earliest and most famous Chinese legends about gay love. Starring Teddy Lee as “Matt” and Jeff Chen as Tu’Er Shen
Written by Mark Maza. Directed by Chance Calloway.
It’s hard to tell the difference between
This weather and
Such a cold, dead thing-
It can’t stop bringing up the parts I’ve gutted
In my name,
And by “parts” I mean,
Whose love I’ve pried o...
Two hilarious moments from the PRETTY DUDES universe, combined in one epic double feature! In "Bravo Double Delta" the Dudes theorize on why bigger feels better, and in "Brother's Keeper," a date arrives for one of the Dudes and is put through an extensive vetting process. Special guest star Samm...
Sita is a goddess separated from her beloved Lord and husband Rama. Nina is an animator whose husband moves to India, then dumps her by email. Three hilarious shadow puppets narrate both ancient tragedy and modern comedy in this beautifully animated interpretation of the Indian epic Ramayana. Set...
The confrontations and reveals begin as Jay (Tae Song) and Alexander (Kyle Rezzarday) disagree about Ty (Chelsea Gray) staying over, Marshall (Joshuah Snel) can't seem to locate Ellington (Xavier Avila), Rock (Marc Fajardo) crashes a contentious meeting between Sunji (Yoshi Sudarso) and his direc...
The cast of Pretty Dudes reunites during isolation to perform a digital table read of our season two premiere episode, "The Death of Romeo." Laughs are on us. Clothing's optional. (It's not like you're wearing pants these days anyway.)
Stay home, stay safe, and stay tuned.
Led by Ellington (Xavier Avila), the Dudes attempt to take their fitness to the next level with the help of "Mr. Seventeen" (Clifford Cisneros). Both Eagle (Olivia Thai) and Alexander (Kyle Rezzarday) make love connections at the local cafe, leading to surprising results.
Eagle (Olivia Thai) finds herself having to apologize to December (Aria Song). Ellington (Xavier Avila) and Alexander (Kyle Rezzarday) run into a familiar face (Kelsey Toussant) which leads to an unexpected outcome.