Month: March 2018

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Since coming out last fall, Olympic swimmer Mark Foster says “the response has been amazing.” The 47-year-old athlete-turned-TV-presenter was recently at the Stonewall Equality Dinner in London, where he connected with Gay Star News. “I’ve come to events like this celebrating the community before, but in the shadows. It’s much easier […] The post Freshly Out […]

He’s created the #disabledjoy hashtag to help challenge perceptions around disability   A tweet challenging people’s perceptions of disability has gone viral in the last 48 hours. Twitter user Andrew (@menajew) posted the following message on Sunday. ‘There’s a common misconception that you can’t be Disabled and happy. That you […] The post Disabled, Queer […]

It’s pretty incredible that after so many years of LGBT visibility in the media that we finally have a mainstream movie where the lead identifies as gay.  Even better, it’s not a film marketed towards mature adults (Brokeback Mountain, for instance), but works for several different audiences in the process. […] The post ‘Love, Simon’ […]

Being in a new relationship is always exciting and thrilling. Things seem to work out on their own accord in the beginning but the real problems tend to develop over time. Romantic gay relationships are tricky and confusing as one is often left wondering what he should or shouldn’t do. […] The post 8 Tips […]

Watch The Hilarious First Episode of New Gay Web Series Matt & Dan

If you’re looking for a new web series to obsess over, this might be it. Matt & Dan is the brainchild of Matt Wilkas, star of 2012’s Gayby and boyfriend of Gus Kenworthy, and Daniel Vincent Gordh, an actor and comedian who portrayed William Darcy in the award-winning web series […] The post Watch The […]

LGBTQ and Out on Social Media — but Nowhere Else

For some LGBTQ people, social media offers a space where they can be out and proud, even if they’re not out offline.   The first queer space on the Internet had a similar evolution to most webpages. It began in 1983 as a virtual bulletin board on the early Usenet system, where […] The post LGBTQ and […]

Watch The Queens Enter The Workroom In First Look At “RuPaul’s Drag Race” Season 10

Tens, tens, tens across the board!   The time has finally come. We know you are going through Drag Race withdrawal since All Stars 3 ended, but now get ready for for even more eleganza extravaganza when RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 10 premieres this week on VH1.   You already know who the new queens are […] The post Watch The […]

For Greg Berlanti, ‘Love, Simon’ Is A Pinnacle In A Career Marked By LGBTQ Inclusion

The director says making queer-inclusive projects is “incredibly rewarding.”   “Love, Simon” will make history this weekend as Hollywood’s first major studio film to feature a gay teen protagonist. If director Greg Berlanti had his way, however, that wouldn’t be the case. “I wish it wasn’t 2018 and that we weren’t the […] The post For Greg […]

It brings us no pleasure to report that Anderson Cooper and longitme boyfriend Benjamin Maisani have called it quits after nine solid years. “Benjamin and I separated as boyfriends some time ago,” Cooper said in a statement to the Daily Mail. “We are still family to each other, and love each other very […] The post Anderson Cooper […]