Get Out! GAY Magazine – Issue 341 – November 8, 2017

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@ianmichaelinwonderland<br />

Uneducated<br />


I wish that my story with G<br />

was different.<br />

I wish that he had never<br />

contracted HIV, never had to<br />

deal with doctors and meds<br />

and stigma. I wish I asked<br />

questions when he told me<br />

he was undetectable. I wish I<br />

asked him on a second date.<br />

I wish I wasn’t the character<br />

that was afraid to be with<br />

someone because they’re<br />

HIV positive. I wish I was<br />

the character that was<br />

understanding, and loving,<br />

and smart.<br />

We all have regrets. These<br />

are mine.<br />

It took me completely by<br />

surprise when, six months<br />

later, I got a message from<br />

him wanting to meet up. This<br />

is it, I told myself. He wants to<br />

hear me out; he wants to give<br />

me a second chance. I may<br />

not deserve it, but hell, I’m<br />

going to run with it.<br />

I got to the bar an hour early:<br />

When he arrived, I tried to<br />

hide my merlot-red tongue.<br />

“Hey,” I said quietly.<br />

“Hey, you.” I tried to read<br />

his inflection, calm and cool,<br />

tried to read his smile—<br />

longing? Forced? Mostly, I<br />

just thought he looked tired.<br />

“I’m sorry it’s been so hard for<br />

us to get together. Work has<br />

been really nuts.”<br />

“It’s fine.” My chest felt tight:<br />

I wanted to say I was sorry,<br />

I wanted to leap across the<br />

table and kiss him and hold<br />

him and beg him to give me<br />

another chance. “Really. You<br />

don’t have to make up any<br />

excuses.”<br />

“Excuses? No, I’m serious!”<br />

He went on to tell me about<br />

the last six months, how<br />

he grew to hate his work,<br />

how every day became a<br />

chore, how he could barely<br />

get out of bed some days.<br />

Then there was a new job<br />

prospect, the interviews, the<br />

offer, and finally they pulled<br />

out at the last minute, after<br />

he’d quit the last job. And,<br />

recently, there was the new<br />

job, one that paid better, one<br />

that finally made him happy.<br />

“I have a lot more power<br />

over the online content I put<br />

together for them, and I want<br />

you to write for me.”<br />

I couldn’t process the<br />

information. “What?”<br />

“It’s not creative, and<br />

they’ll tax the hell out of<br />

you for freelance work,<br />

but it’s a paying job and<br />

another credit on your<br />

resume.”<br />

“That’s why you wanted<br />

to meet up?”<br />

“Yeah! I’ve been thinking<br />

of ways to get you to<br />

write for me since we<br />

met, it just never came<br />

through at my last job.”<br />

He wasn’t interested<br />

in dating me—but he<br />

clearly cared about me<br />

in some capacity. I’m<br />

not want to turn down<br />

a friendship, not from<br />

someone like G.<br />

I took the job, and started<br />

seeing him at least every<br />

month to catch up. G made<br />

me look at myself, see my<br />

ignorance, and helped me<br />

grow. I only hope I can be<br />

better for the next boy that<br />

comes my way.<br />


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Jane<br />

Lynch<br />

Celebrated quadruple Emmy winner,<br />

actress, singer and comedian Jane<br />

Lynch will be appearing live on stage<br />

at the Ridgefield Playhouse (80 E<br />

Ridge Road, Connecticut), on Saturday,<br />

December 2 at 8 p.m. The show, called<br />

“A Swinging Little Christmas,” will also<br />

feature Kate Flannery (“The Office”)<br />

and Tim Davis (“Boy Band”). The three<br />

will be singing selections off their<br />

release, also titled “A Swingin’ Little<br />

Christmas.”<br />

Lynch is praised and admired for her role as Sue Sylvester, the main antagonist<br />

throughout Fox’s sensational musical dramedy “Glee”; as host of NBC’s<br />

“Hollywood Game Night”; and her recent guest appearance on the new “Will<br />

and Grace.” Her film, television and stage credits would require a novel to list;<br />

however, highlights include “The Fugitive,” “Best in Show,” “The 40-Year-Old<br />

Virgin,” “Role Models,” Another Cinderella Story,” “Spring Breakdown,” “Ice<br />

Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs” and “Wreck-It Ralph.” Her television appearances<br />

include “Manhunt: Unabomber,” “The X Files,” “Desperate Housewives,”<br />

“Arrested Development,” “Gilmore Girls,” “Weeds,” “Criminal Minds,” “L<br />

Word,” “Fraser,” and “Saturday Night Live.” Aside from that, Lynch hosted the<br />

63rd Primetime Emmy Awards, has received a star on The Hollywood Walk of<br />

Fame and has written an autobiography, titled “Happy Accidents.”<br />

Lynch also debuted in her own cabaret show, “See Jane Sing,” with Flannery.<br />

The duo, along with Tim Davis from ABC’s “Boy Band,” have recorded “A<br />

Swingin’ Little Christmas,” which is a nostalgic Christmas album laced with<br />

superb harmonies and fun-filled tunes - a perfect way to celebrate Christmas<br />

dinner. Also, Lynch recently released a Christmas single and video with the iconic<br />

actor and singer Dick Van Dyke, written by Tony Guerrero, titled “We’re Going<br />

Caroling.” Lynch will follow her performance at The Ridgefield with two dates in<br />

New York, December 3 and 4, at City Winery.<br />

I was honored to speak with the vivacious Lynch in depth regarding her<br />

Ridgefield Playhouse engagement, as well as some of her other projects, future<br />

plans and what she’s been up to. She was warm, super friendly, authentic and a<br />

regular blast!

What can the people at<br />

the Ridgefield Playhouse<br />

look forward to?<br />

Oh, a “Swingin’ Little<br />

Christmas” time, which<br />

is the name of our album<br />

and the name of the show.<br />

We have a wonderful fivepiece<br />

band. They really<br />

swing and jazz out. We<br />

have an album called, “A<br />

Swingin’ Little Christmas,”<br />

and we’ll be performing<br />

songs from that album.<br />

If people want to bone<br />

up on it they should get<br />

it ahead of time and<br />

sing along with us. Kate<br />

Flannery, who is Meredith<br />

the drunk on “The Office,”<br />

is my cohort in this, as<br />

well as Tim Davis, who is<br />

the musical arranger of<br />

“Glee” and who is also<br />

one of the coaches on<br />

“Boy Band.” He is a really<br />

good friend, handsome,<br />

beautiful voice, and<br />

the three of us do<br />

very tight three-part<br />

harmonies. It a lot of<br />

fun. Anywhere there<br />

is Kate Flannery there<br />

is going to be fun. So<br />

there’s a lot of fun on<br />

stage, and the music<br />

in my humble opinion<br />

is gorgeous. We have<br />

an amazing band,<br />

the Tony Guerrero<br />

Quintet from Orange<br />

County in California.<br />

They’ve been<br />

playing together for<br />

years and are real<br />

throwbacks. They<br />

wear the skinny ties<br />

with the pocket<br />

squares, and they’re<br />

fun, and handsome,<br />

and we are gorgeous,<br />

and it’s a beautiful<br />

night.<br />

I heard the album<br />

actually. It’s a very cool<br />

album, full of swing. So<br />

Kate Flannery and Tim<br />

Davis will be performing<br />

with you?<br />

Oh yeah, Kate and Tim.<br />

That is so cool. So you<br />

were on the new “Will<br />

and Grace.” Do you<br />

think your role might<br />

become a recurring role?<br />

I don’t think so. I think it<br />

was a one-off, but boy<br />

what fun that was. I played<br />

a gay conversion therapy<br />

counselor. Of course I was<br />

so gay it made your teeth<br />

hurt. My quote-unquote<br />

husband was Andrew<br />

Rannells, who couldn’t be<br />

more gay himself, which is<br />

a lot of fun. We got to do<br />

some really fun things with<br />

them. It was a great, great,<br />

great time.<br />

I noticed that you just<br />

recorded a Christmas<br />

single with Dick van<br />

Dyke. How cool was<br />

that?<br />

Yes, it was the best. Tony<br />

Guerrero, our band leader,<br />

wrote a song called<br />

“We’re Going Caroling.”<br />

Dick agreed to record it, I<br />

sang the backup, and so<br />

we made a little video. So<br />

that is something you can<br />

get on iTunes and Amazon<br />

as an extra when you<br />

buy the album. You can<br />

also go on my website,<br />

janelynchoffical.com, to<br />

see all of this. We have<br />

three or four videos of our<br />

Christmas songs too. Real<br />

simple things, standing<br />

in front of a big mic, with<br />

great editing, and it’s<br />

funny. He’s just a champ.<br />

He’s amazing.

It was a dream come true<br />

for me to stand next to<br />

him, singing that song.<br />

I’ve heard you rap, but<br />

in the video you’re<br />

playing the saxophone.<br />

Do you really play the<br />

saxophone?<br />

No, and I don’t rap that<br />

well either, let’s be honest.<br />

I thought it was great. It<br />

made me laugh.<br />

Thank you.<br />

You have done so many<br />

projects in your career:<br />

You’re an actor, singer,<br />

comedian, cabaret<br />

performer, four-time<br />

Emmy winner, you have<br />

a star on the Hollywood<br />

Walk of Fame. Is there<br />

anything that you haven’t<br />

done yet that you still<br />

wish to accomplish?<br />

No. I have no bucket list. I<br />

never did really. I just kind<br />

of always took what came<br />

my way. I said, “Hmm, I’ll<br />

do this.” I really love what<br />

I do, and I continue to<br />

love it, and if I don’t then I<br />

wouldn’t do it. New things<br />

keep on coming in, and<br />

it’s thrilling. Everyday is<br />

thrilling. I’m always doing<br />

something new.<br />

As a small child, did<br />

you feel that you were<br />

destined to be an<br />

entertainer?<br />

Yeah, I knew, and with that<br />

came a lot of anxiety. “Will<br />

I be able to get in there,<br />

will I get through?” But<br />

yes, that was really all I<br />

wanted. It was like a fever,<br />

like a compulsion. It was<br />

not something I could be<br />

talked out of - and believe<br />

me, my mother tried.<br />

Is there any advice that<br />

you would give to little<br />

baby Jane looking back?<br />

Well, don’t try to be a baby<br />

Jane; be your own self. I<br />

think that’s kind of what<br />

I did. People would ask<br />

me - I remember being in<br />

graduate school for acting<br />

- they said, “Do you see<br />

any careers out there you’d<br />

like to follow the trajectory<br />

of?” I felt like I had to have<br />

an answer. Now I realize<br />

that I never did, and I<br />

still don’t, so I would say<br />

follow your own trajectory.<br />

You kind of have to really<br />

want to do it. If that’s not<br />

you, find out what else<br />

you’re passionate about.<br />

You really have to when<br />

there are people saying<br />

no and shutting the door<br />

in your face, and continue<br />

to move on, because you<br />

have no other choice. Or<br />

else you’ll quit and do<br />

something else.<br />

Something tells me that<br />

you didn’t have that<br />

many doors slam.<br />

You know what, I did and<br />

I didn’t, and maybe I have<br />

rose-colored glasses, but<br />

after I look back on it, I<br />

didn’t suffer much of the<br />

rejection. There was a lot<br />

of it, but there was also<br />

a lot of, “Hey, come play<br />

with us.” So that made up<br />

for it and squashed the<br />

memories of any feelings<br />

of rejection.<br />

I saw an interview that<br />

you did with Conan<br />

O’Brien where you said<br />

that you weren’t that<br />

interested in people. I<br />

laughed so much.<br />

[laughs] You know, I am<br />

in the general sense. I<br />

really love people, but<br />

we get so wrapped up in<br />

minutiae. When I have to<br />

go down into someone’s<br />

minutiae and their little<br />

stories about how they<br />

are victimized, or how<br />

popular they were in high<br />

school, but they’re not<br />

now, that kind of thing,<br />

I’m not into it. I don’t think<br />

that fits in the scene when<br />

you’re jumping on the<br />

bandwagon of someone<br />

else’s misery story, so I stay<br />

away from that. For sure.<br />

I totally identify with<br />

your feeling on that,<br />

being a journalist.<br />

Yeah, I bet. Some people<br />

aren’t, and you have<br />

to make them look<br />

interesting.<br />

I love what I do,<br />

but sometimes it’s<br />

challenging. Sometimes<br />

people go on and on<br />

forever and you just want<br />

to kill yourself.<br />

Oh my God, I know. Honey,<br />

I know. That’s why I don’t<br />

go to parties. They say that<br />

I’m socially anxious, which<br />

is the truth, but for the<br />

most part I can’t stand that<br />

muddle of conversation,<br />

communication. That’s<br />

why I’d rather just have…<br />

I had my niece and her<br />

boyfriend over for dinner<br />

last night. It was so much<br />

fun. We don’t talk about<br />

crappy little things. We<br />

laugh, we allow silence<br />

to happen, we eat and<br />

drink good food and good<br />

bubbly water.<br />

My family is a really big<br />

fan of yours, because you<br />

were in “Wreck-It Ralph.”<br />

Yeah. What’s really funny, if<br />

you go on any of my social<br />

media today, I posted my<br />

niece, my niece’s boyfriend<br />

and me wearing my

“Wreck-It Ralph” costume,<br />

because I actually have a<br />

costume. I asked who wore<br />

it better.<br />

How funny. That had to<br />

be cool doing animation<br />

voices. You’ve done a<br />

bunch.<br />

I’ve done a lot of<br />

animation. Animation on<br />

television too in a couple<br />

of series. I love it.<br />

That has to be fun. You<br />

don’t even have to wear<br />

make-up for the camera.<br />

But I do, because I’m<br />

that kind of girl. I used to<br />

show up in my pajamas,<br />

but I cleaned up my act.<br />

I used to be kind of a<br />

sloppy person, but when I<br />

became famous and had<br />

my picture taken a lot I<br />

figured I better step it up.<br />

You know, we’re coming<br />

to New York too. We’re<br />

going to be at City Winery<br />

right after Ridgefield. We<br />

will be at City Winery that<br />

Sunday and Monday. Let’s<br />

get that place full. It’s<br />

going to be a great time.<br />

Are you familiar with City<br />

Winery?<br />

No, I’m not, but I’ll be<br />

some familiar.<br />

Good, come and say<br />

hello, please.<br />

What else is coming<br />

up for you? Any new<br />

projects?<br />

I’m pitching a daytime<br />

show. A show about good<br />

news. It’s a passion project<br />

of mine, and Warner Bros.<br />

has jumped on board.<br />

It will just be a half hour<br />

of an audience, me, and<br />

Kate Flannery is going<br />

to join me as well, and<br />

some other friends. It will<br />

be mostly about good<br />

things that are happening<br />

in the world. We’re going<br />

to have people in the<br />

audience who have done<br />

some wonderful things.<br />

We’ll have a lot of videos<br />

of people doing wonderful<br />

things, and it’s just going<br />

to be a half an hour of<br />

laughs and fun. So we<br />

hope that it all gets sold.<br />

The world needs it, and<br />

I want to do it. It would<br />

fill my heart with joy. It’s<br />

easy. It’s all over the place.<br />

That’s the thing that was<br />

slapping me in the face.<br />

We only hear the horrible<br />

stuff, and there are people<br />

all over doing amazing<br />

things. Most of them are<br />

just the little things people<br />

do for each other that<br />

are pretty amazing, and<br />

animals of course.<br />

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• Take a medicine that contains: alfuzosin (Uroxatral ® ), carbamazepine (Carbatrol ® ,<br />

Epitol ® , Equetro ® , Tegretol ® , Tegretol-XR ® , Teril ® ), cisapride (Propulsid ® , Propulsid<br />

Quicksolv ® ), dihydroergotamine (D.H.E. 45 ® , Migranal ® ), ergotamine (Cafergot ® ,<br />

Migergot ® , Ergostat ® , Medihaler Ergotamine ® , Wigraine ® , Wigrettes ® ), lovastatin<br />

(Advicor ® , Altoprev ® , Mevacor ® ), lurasidone (Latuda ® ), methylergonovine<br />

(Ergotrate ® , Methergine ® ), midazolam (when taken by mouth), phenobarbital<br />

(Luminal ® ), phenytoin (Dilantin ® , Phenytek ® ), pimozide (Orap ® ), rifampin (Rifadin ® ,<br />

Rifamate ® , Rifater ® , Rimactane ® ), sildenafil when used for lung problems<br />

(Revatio ® ), simvastatin (Simcor ® , Vytorin ® , Zocor ® ), or triazolam (Halcion ® ).<br />

• Take the herbal supplement St. John’s wort.<br />

• Take any other HIV-1 medicines at the same time.<br />


• This is only a brief summary of important information about GENVOYA. Talk to<br />

your healthcare provider or pharmacist to learn more.<br />

• Go to GENVOYA.com or call 1-800-GILEAD-5<br />

• If you need help paying for your medicine, visit GENVOYA.com for program<br />



GENVOYA can cause serious side effects, including:<br />

• Those in the “Most Important Information About GENVOYA” section.<br />

• Changes in your immune system.<br />

• New or worse kidney problems, including kidney failure.<br />

• Too much lactic acid in your blood (lactic acidosis), which is a serious but<br />

rare medical emergency that can lead to death. Tell your healthcare provider<br />

right away if you get these symptoms: weakness or being more tired than<br />

usual, unusual muscle pain, being short of breath or fast breathing, stomach<br />

pain with nausea and vomiting, cold or blue hands and feet, feel dizzy or<br />

lightheaded, or a fast or abnormal heartbeat.<br />

• Severe liver problems, which in rare cases can lead to death. Tell your<br />

healthcare provider right away if you get these symptoms: skin or the white<br />

part of your eyes turns yellow, dark “tea-colored” urine, light-colored stools,<br />

loss of appetite for several days or longer, nausea, or stomach-area pain.<br />

The most common side effect of GENVOYA is nausea.<br />

These are not all the possible side effects of GENVOYA. Tell your healthcare<br />

provider right away if you have any new symptoms while taking GENVOYA.<br />

Your healthcare provider will need to do tests to monitor your health before<br />

and during treatment with GENVOYA.<br />


Tell your healthcare provider if you:<br />

• Have or have had any kidney or liver problems, including hepatitis infection.<br />

• Have any other medical condition.<br />

• Are pregnant or plan to become pregnant.<br />

• Are breastfeeding (nursing) or plan to breastfeed. Do not breastfeed if you<br />

have HIV-1 because of the risk of passing HIV-1 to your baby.<br />

Tell your healthcare provider about all the medicines you take:<br />

• Keep a list that includes all prescription and over-the-counter medicines,<br />

vitamins, and herbal supplements, and show it to your healthcare provider<br />

and pharmacist.<br />

• Ask your healthcare provider or pharmacist about medicines that should not<br />

be taken with GENVOYA.<br />


• GENVOYA is a complete one pill, once a day HIV-1 medicine.<br />

• Take GENVOYA with food.<br />


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respective owners. Version date: April <strong>2017</strong><br />

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