Month: December 2018

8 Films in 2019 to Get Excited About

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Grab your popcorn and get ready   2018 was a great year for LGBTI audiences at the movies. From Love, Simon to Colette, there was an abundance of diversity and representation on the big screen. Some of those films, like Yorgos Lanthimos’ The Favourite, is also posing as a strong contender for awards […] The post 8 Films […]

Last night, CBS aired this year’s Kennedy Center Honors which recognizes those in the performing arts for a lifetime of achievement. This year’s honorees included Cher, Reba McEntire, composer Philip Glass and jazz legend Wayne Short.   And, for the first time, the Kennedy Center honored a groundbreaking work of […] The post Adam Lambert […]

After the crime, there was a happy ending for the women and their kids.   After a female couple had a rainbow flag stolen at their home, neighbors in their Chicago neighborhood responded by flying their own Pride flags, and even incorporating it into Christmas displays. “The fact that this […] The post Same-Sex Couple […]

Making ‘Queer as Folk’ Queer Again A Queer as Folk reboot that no one asked for is finally in the works. According to Variety, Russell T Davies, the creator of the original UK series, is developing an updated version of the show with Bravo. In 2018, there’s a lot that needs to be […] The post 8 People […]

“Fun Fact: I’m gay.” Comedy star Stacey Harkey has come out publicly in a powerful statement to his followers, laying down his mission to be a positive role model for LGBTQ youth. The star – who is a part of the comedy group Studio C – is a practising Mormon […] The post Comedian Stacey […]

The ultimate LGBTQ Christmas Survival Guide

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Homophobic relatives, bad presents, too many carbs – Christmas can be a minefield for the LGBTQ community. Here’s our ultimate survival guide to those festive family get-togethers. 1. Keep yourself busy.  If you’re being forced to see people you don’t want to see, bring something to do. Be sure to […] The post The ultimate […]

The study confirms what many have already known anecdotally: “Coming out works as a strategy for changing minds” on LGBTQ rights.   When Dr. Nelson Bonheim first discovered that the new female physician hired by his medical practice was living with another woman, he was “a little uneasy about inviting […] The post Just One […]

The Netflix series’ food and wine guru is dating Trace Lehnhoff of Bravo’s “Flipping Out.” Antoni Porowski is officially off the market once again. Netflix’s “Queer Eye” food and wine expert confirmed his relationship with interior designer Trace Lehnhoff on Instagram Tuesday with an oh-so-dapper photo of the two gents […] The post ‘Queer Eye’ […]

How do you know when a turn-on becomes toxic? How do you know when a kinky relationship becomes abusive? One domestic abuse survivor reveals what happened to him:  When I was younger, I always loved getting tied up by a friend. It started as boys rough-housing. And then, one day, […] The post The Four […]

I left Christianity but still respect it.   I was probably 12 years old when I realized my religion didn’t accept me. While I grew up in Southern Baptist circles, my parents weren’t active churchgoers. But in Jackson, Mississippi, children couldn’t quite grow up without the interference of Christianity. Vacation […] The post Growing Up […]