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Todrick Hall is a creative genius. There are no other words to describe him. He’s the equivalent to the gay Beyoncé and the rest of the world hasn’t caught on yet. Todrick just finished up as the Executive Procedure for Taylor’s Swifts latest hit video You Need to Calm Down. Which he also has multiple […]

Scott ‘Howie’ Dittman heard his friend Denna was going to Pittsburgh Pride with the organization Free Mom Hugs, a group which assists LGBT people and provides hugs at Pride events. As 44-year-old Dittman put it: ‘And I just said, ‘well I’m going to go,’ and I hopped on Amazon and grabbed a ‘free dad hugs’ T-shirt.’ […]

A new survey shows that although widely considered to be the most accepting of generations, the LGBT movement is falling out of favor with millennials and younger Americans. According to The Accelerating Acceptance report, conducted by The Harris Poll for the LGBT advocacy group GLAAD, survey respondents who were in the 18–34 age bracket reported […]

It started as a place for LGBT gamers to meet. Now, it’s grown into something more The Phoenix Gaymers is a Valley non-profit that teams with organizations like Fierce Friends and One-N-Ten in an effort to raise awareness about LGBT resources. But its roots are much more humble. The group started out as a group […]

Lady Gaga said she would take a bullet for the LGBT community during a rally in New York City commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots. “True love — true, true love — is when you would take a bullet for someone,” she said during her speech. “And you know that I would take […]

The ladies of Litchfield are returning to Netflix for a seventh and final season of Orange is the New Black.

Fifty years after the Stonewall uprising, Oscar-winning filmmakers Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman and host Raymond Braun travel to three diverse communities – Salt Lake City, San Francisco, and Tuscaloosa, Alabama – for an unflinching look at LGBTQ Pride, from the perspective of a younger generation for whom it still has personal urgency.

CHICAGO — Police are investigating a possible hate crime after a disturbing message was spray-painted on an LGBT flag at a Wicker Park church. Surveillance video shows the vandal armed with spray paint around 3 a.m. last Sunday at the Wicker Park Lutheran Church. The Rev. Jason Glombicki said someone spray painted a black X […]

The date of June 26 is remembered with reverence in the LGBT community because it marks the anniversary of a trio of major LGBT rights decisions from the U.S. Supreme Court, including the 2015 ruling for marriage equality nationwide. This year, the date marks the fourth anniversary of the Obergefell decision, the sixth anniversary of […]

Story by Chuck tackett APLAUSOS BILLY PORTER, OTRA !! With so much great programming be shown on free and paid television these days, I tend to get a little behind on shows because of binge watching. As some of you know, I suffered genetic kidney failure in 2010. I was on dialysis until July 13, […]


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