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Ty Herndon is Leading the Tribe

In 2014, Ty Herndon came out to the world in his People magazine exclusive, becoming the first major male country artist to come out as gay. In our current boom of celebrities...

Carmine Sabatella is Bringing Flair to HGTV’s Inside Out

It’s what is on the inside that counts, according to Carmine Sabatella. One of reality TV’s hottest newcomers, Carmine recently celebrated Season 2 of HGTV’s Inside Out,...

Jeffrey Marx has a Colorful Path to an Emmy

Jeffrey Marx is a jack of all trades when it comes to entertainment. He has gone from stage acting and directing to stand-up, podcasting, improv, being a reality TV contestant,...

More Than One Way to be Queer

This last summer, Season 3 of Netflix’s teen comedy Never Have I Ever premiered. Created by Mindy Kaling, the show has quickly become a fan favorite with youth and beyond. The...

Ian Paget is Sharing His Light

Ian Paget joined TikTok (@ianpaget_) a little over two years ago, and already he’s been named People Magazine’s Sexiest Guy on TikTok, was a debut nominee for GLAAD’s TikTok...

Monét X Change is Oversharing

Monét X Change may have been voted Miss Congeniality for RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 10, but gentility and manners aside, she has plenty to say and is taking it on the road with...

David Barta is Keeping it Fluid

Forget what you think you know about reality TV hottie David Barta. Despite his appearances on Fox’s Paradise Hotel, Crackle TV’s Men of West Hollywood, and, most recently,...

Actor Tyler Alvarez Wants You to “Work on your happiness” in His Pride Message

Actor Tyler Alvarez has been laser-focused on his career. From his first professional acting gig in a Totino’s pizza commercial, he has pushed himself and continued the hustle...

LGBTQ+ Superheroes of Reality TV: Randy Barbato and Fenton Bailey

The dynamic duo of Randy Barbato and Fenton Bailey, along with their award-winning team, have not only made RuPaul’s Drag Race a mainstream success but have been designated by...

Exclusive Look at the New ‘Queer as Folk’ Premiering on Peacock this Pride Month

It has been over two decades since Queer as Folk hit TV screens. Originally meant to be called Queer as Fuck, the title was later changed to become more acceptable for general...

Gender Expression on, and off, screen Rhoyle Ivy King is the new all-American

During Black History Month, actor Rhoyle Ivy King made CW and LGBTQ history for his role of Nathaniel, the network’s first non-binary BIPOC character, on All American:...

David Dean Bottrell Gets Real and Gains Street Cred

Throughout character actor David Dean Bottrell’s multi-decade career, he has played just about every kind of character you can think of. His credits span a list of iconic TV...