Mexico's "diva of stand-up" Manu NNa takes the stage to share self-deprecating stories about fashion, family and surviving childhood.
No, Ana Julia's not the police. She's just a lesbian, delivering deadpan jokes about coming out and the dubious poetics of reggaeton.
Ray Contreras recounts life in the closet, going out with girls, doing drugs -- and the time his mom accidentally ate a pot brownie.
Pablo Morán loves studying straight people. See also: poking fun at gay representation in the media, toxic masculinity and heterosexual rituals.