7 Funny LGBT Comics You Shouldn’t Have Missed in 2011
BY Diane Anderson-Minshall
November 17 2011 5:00 AM ET
“I think people are sharing too much these days. One of my Facebook friends posted his colonoscopy on Facebook. Talk about a you tube.” —Paul Hallasy, the New York City–based comedian, writer, actor and singer. He performs regularly in New York and has recently become the “go-to gay” for his opinion on issues affecting LGBT people, appearing on such shows as the Canadian Broadcasting Company’s Connect With Mark Kelley and giving gay travel advice to the travel website Gridskipper. A self-described “stray” (a straight-acting gay), he is also the author of a book called New York Trilogy.
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