Queer Clicks: November 16 | Former Porn Star Jonathan Agassi: I’d be Dead if They Hadn’t Made a Documentary About me, Celine Dion Celebrated the Release of her Album ‘Courage’ at a NYC Drag Palace, & Other Clicks

Former Porn Star Jonathan Agassi: I’d be Dead if They Hadn’t Made a Documentary About me

An unnerving and acclaimed new film about an Israeli actor’s meteoric career in adult movies and horrifying descent into drug addiction saved his life, he says. The Guardian

Black Men’s Body Parts for Sale

The deaths of Gemmel Moore and Timothy Dean and the near death of several black men in the West Hollywood home of Ed Buck are indicative of an artificially created, heightened demand for that mythological black male appendage below the belt. Los Angeles Blade

Celine Dion Celebrated the Release of her Album ‘Courage’ at a NYC Drag Palace

Celine Dion celebrated the release of her 12th English-language studio album Courage on Thursday night at NYC’s LIPS Drag Palace surrounded by fans and a line-up of drag queens. The album is her first since the death of her husband and manager Rene Angelil. Towleroad

The 10 Best Movies About Queer Chosen Families

While Thanksgiving is often associated with family togetherness (and more recently, fist-shaking arguments over Donald Trump), queer people understand better than anyone that we don’t have to be genetically bound to people for them to feel like kin. New Now Next

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