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Somebody get this man a passport. Coverboy Brian wants to travel the world, but the 22-year-old, originally from Hagerstown, Md., hasn't strayed far from the D.C. metro area. Now in Alexandria, Brian works in retail by day and dances at Ziegfeld's/Secrets at night. Because of his packed weekly schedule, he spends more of his free time napping than going out, though he manages an occasional outing to Cobalt and JR.'s on Mondays and DIK Bar on Tuesdays. As for his ... [Read]
Born and raised in Baltimore, 27-year-old Bilal doesn't take himself too seriously. Highly social, frequently cracking jokes, and a master of sarcasm, Bilal says his Muslim father had a hard time accepting his oldest son as gay, but has gotten used to the idea. Currently working at a communication consulting firm as an LGBT event coordinator, Bilal plans to host a monthly party at Marrakesh DC. When he's not organizing parties, he's likely attending them, flitting from Cobalt to Number ... [Read]
Born in Vietnam, now in Springfield, Coverboy Khoa has dreams of making it big in the fashion industry. The 22-year-old receptionist for his family's nail salon is already learning how to sew as he applies to fashion school in New York. Describing himself as a ''regular Asian guy,'' Khoa's likes include going out to eat with friends, watching comedies on the big screen and going clubbing on the weekends. If you want to catch him out on the town, your ... [Read]
If you like guys with a positive attitude, you'll love Noah. Originally from Bangkok, Noah has been in the United States for three years, where he's enrolled in English classes and is pursuing more schooling with the hopes of one day becoming a chef and opening his own business. He currently works as a bartender at Tsunami Sushi & Lounge. When he's not working, he likes hitting the gym, making new friends, or stepping into Nellie's or JR.'s for a drink. ... [Read]
He's funny, campy, quick-witted and doesn't mince words, just like any other drag queen who knows how to work an audience. Marcos, known in some circles as Eclipse B. Child, has a slew of titles in his résumé, including a stint as a former Miss Freddie's for 2011, and as Miss Rouge and Miss Soul Survivor DC in 2012. He even went to the Miss Gay America National Pageant as the first alternate Miss Gay Atlantic States America. But when ... [Read]