Gay lingo 101 with Miss Lawrence and Derek J

Add this share

How do you explain words in the gay glossary, which bleed over liberally into “The Real Housewives of Atlanta,” without using more gay vocabulary? The show’s resident gays Derek J and Miss Lawrence give it their best shot.

They may know sparkly pumps and serving Swan, but we’re not sure how successful the guys are in this just-for-fun instructional video below. You see, “Shade” means “Trying it.” “Trying it?” See “Shade.” But they have a great time giving it their best shot, while we have a great time watching. No shade, no tea. Don’t try it.


Gay Falcons cheerleader says ‘I will’ to gametime marriage proposal

LGBT Atlanta shows out in unexpected ways sometimes. That certainly goes for one of the NFL’s only out gay cheerleaders, Ben Ajani. But even...

The best LGBTQ things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Gay Atlanta’s calendar stays busy for “Winter Pride,” plus the closing of an institution, the return of a British legend, local revelry and more. Keep...

Everton Blair would be Georgia’s first gay schools superintendent

After becoming the youngest, first Black and first gay school board member in Gwinnett County, Everton Blair topped it to become chair. On Friday,...

Photos: Déjà Vu doubles patrons pleasure at BJ Roosters

Boys on the bar is the mantra at Atlanta gay club BJ’s. The New Year’s Eve bump and grind gave revelers even more for...

The best LGBTQ things to do in Atlanta this weekend

Local representation, international sensations, queens of comedy and the end of an era. Just your average ordinary packed schedule of gay events in Atlanta...