Tons of queer con­tent

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This year’s queer Fringe shows cover ev­ery­thing from com­ing out to the end of a long-term re­la­tion­ship.

Fort Is­abel in­ves­ti­gates what it’s like grow­ing up dif­fer­ent in ru­ral On­tario (from July 3 at The­atre Passe Mu­raille Backspace).

In­ter­ested in meet­ing some­one? MSM is a dance/the­atre piece about on­line dat­ing (from July 4 at Ran­dolph The­atre), while VGL 5'4" Top hu­mor­ously ex­plores how sex can di­vide peo­ple rather than unite them (from July 4 at the Solo Room). Mak­ing Love With Espresso of­fers some sur­pris­ing dat­ing rules in the gay and Ital­ian com­mu­ni­ties (from July 4 at Robert Gill The­atre).

Or re­la­tion­ships? In Spoon, things get rocky when one half of a cou­ple in­sists on be­ing the lit­tle wife to his part­ner (from July 3 at Glad Day Book­shop, 598A Yonge). Steal­ing Sam takes a look at “gay mid­dle age” for a sud­denly sin­gle man who loses his friend of 25 years (from July 4 at He­len Gar­diner Phe­lan).

In terms of dyke drama (and com­edy), Stop Kiss fol­lows two women un­ex­pect­edly at­tracted to each other (from July 3 at Tar­ragon Mainspace), and in One Side Of An Am­per­sand, the re­turn of a for­mer lover forces a woman to con­sider her op­tions (from July 3 at Ran­dolph The­atre).

And you won’t get any more out­ra­geous than the won­der­fully ti­tled God Is A Scot­tish Drag Queen (from July 5 at Fac­tory Mainspace).

Dyke drama Stop Kiss should stop you in

your tracks.

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