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‘Landline’: Who Says Queer and Baseball Don’t Mix?

  I recently picked up the phone to chat with Matthew Aaron and Bruce Fretts about landlines, the normalization of queer characters in entertainment and their new film. “Landline“ follows PR executive Ted Gout (Matthew Aaron), who, after losing a big promotion to a technology-savvy college graduate, embarks on a low-tech, old-school journey to find himself. With […]

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Debra Messing to Be Honored at the 28th Annual GLAAD Media Awards

  GLAAD announced today that it will honor Debra Messing with the Excellence in Media Award, which is presented to media professionals who have made a significant difference in promoting equality and acceptance of LGBTQ people. Previous Excellence in Media Award honorees include Robert De Niro, Russell Simmons, Kelly Ripa, Patti LaBelle, Tyra Banks, Julianne […]

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Editor in Chief of the Advocate’s Top LGBTQ Film Picks

The oldest and largest gay magazine in the United States, The Advocate, is the world’s leading source of LGBTQ news and politics. The historic magazine, which was inspired by a police raid of a Los Angeles gay bar, has grown to become a prominent voice for topics related to the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender […]

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XFINITY LGBTQ Joins Watchathon

TV’s biggest binge-watching week just got a whole lot gayer! XFINITY Watchathon Week is almost upon us! Returning for its fifth-straight year, Watchathon gives customers the chance to enjoy many of the hottest TV shows from broadcast, cable and premium networks–all free with XFINITY On Demand. This is the LGBTQ Film & TV Destination’s first Watchathon, and […]

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Ross Mathews Talks RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 9

  The premiere of “RuPaul’s Drag Race” Season 9 is nearly upon us. And, mama, I could not be more excited! RuPaul, the presiding Queen Mother of the “House of All Things Gay,” seems determined to take her empire to the next level. How that is even possible … I don’t know! But I can’t wait to find out. My favorite […]

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Let’s Have a ‘Kiki’

  In New York City, LGBTQ youth of color gather out on the Christopher Street Pier to practice a performance-based art form, Ballroom, which was made famous in the early 1990s by Madonna’s music video “Vogue” and the documentary “Paris Is Burning.” Twenty-five years after these cultural touchstones, a new and very different generation of LGBTQ youth have […]

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Why Buffy Slayed as a Gay Icon

“The hardest thing in this world is to live in it.” -Buffy Summers   This week marks the 20th Anniversary of “Buffy the Vampire Slayer’s” premiere episode. And while many of us have moved on from our high-school days, it would be unfair to look back at our formative years and not pay our respects to […]

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Hollywood’s Most Eligible Gay Bachelors of 2017

💘💘💘 Another Singles Awareness Day has come and gone… 💘💘💘 Can you believe it’s already that time of year again? Trust and believe, for us single ladies Valentine’s Day can be particularly trying. What, with our social media feeds being taken over by cutesy photos, hearts and other such shenanigans. Rest assured, you are not alone. I mean, […]

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XFINITY LGBTQ Celebrates Black Cinema

“Moonlight,” for all its successes both in the film festival and awards ceremony circuits, has achieved something far greater: It’s deservedly brought media attention and an increased awareness to queer black culture. Far-reaching LGBTQ publications such as OUT Magazine and The Advocate are increasingly crafting editorial pieces that bring to light not only many of the hardships the black LGBTQ […]

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