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Comedian, performing artist, playwright, and gay activist Justin Sayre was described by Michael Musto as "Oscar Wilde meets Whoopi Goldberg." So who better to undertake the task of preserving gay culture? Each month Sayre honors an artist or an iconic gay cultural work through his award winning and highly acclaimed show "The Meeting."

Presented in the format of a membership meeting of the fictitious gay organization The International Order of Sodomites (I.O.S.), Sayre, as Chairman of the Board, brings his hilarious and sardonic wit to essential business of the day through such regular features as "Letters to the Chairman" and "New Rulings from the Board" all the while using the musical and comedic talents of special guest stars to discuss the uproarious business at hand of the I.O.S. to its membership, the audience.

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