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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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GLAAD Media Awards on XFINITY LGBTQ

It’s the most magical time of the year … awards season!   Break the popcorn out because awards season is basically the “American Gladiators” of shade throwing. With all the cameras about, subtle masters of the artform get to take center stage, flexing their eye-rolling muscles like bosses.   And let’s be honest with ourselves for a moment: […]

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Lily Tomlin to Receive SAG Life Achievement Award

“I always wanted to be somebody, but now I realize I should have been more specific.” – Lily Tomlin     Lily Tomlin, who is no stranger to feminist and gay-friendly films, is about to be awarded with the 23rd Annual Screen Actors Guild Life Achievement Award. It’s decidedly apropos that Jane Fonda and Dolly Parton will […]

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Quiz: Which LGBT Cult Classic Character Are You?

#BackToWorkBlues? Mama, the struggle is all too real. The first week back to work after the holidays can be brutal. In the words of the incomparable Chaka Khan, “I feel for you.” Whether you’re battling it out with Stacey in accounting who refuses to return any of your calls… Trawling through the never-ending backlog of emails in […]

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Binge on This: 10 LGBT Films to Kick Off the New Year

Whether you’re decompressing after the holidays or getting refueled before going back to work, here are 10 LGBT films to help you kick off 2017 with rainbows and a bang! “Appropriate Behavior” (2014) Desiree Akhavan writes, directs, and stars as Iranian-American bisexual Shirin in this fantastic feature set in Brooklyn. Cutting back and forth between […]

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Pre-Order the Movie Most Likely to Slay the Oscars

#OscarsSoWhite? Not today, Oscars. Not today.   The 2016 Academy Awards will forever be known as the most dramatic year in the awards show’s history—and that’s saying a lot considering this is the same broadcast that brought us the unforgettable, “You like me!” Sally Field moment. The public protestation over the lack of minority nominees in the running for […]

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