Jeffrey James Keyes is a New York-based writer and photographer who grew up in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and has been interviewing notable members of the LGBTQ community and writing about wellness and same-sex marriage for Metrosource for many years. He recently teamed up with James Patterson to co-author the book Killer Chef for Hachette Books and Little, Brown and Company. His play "Uniforms," which was presented by the Samuel French OOB Festival in New York City, was adapted into a short film that has appeared at a variety of notable festivals.
You may know Corey O’Brien from his TikTok dances, which rank in the multi-millions of views. You may know him from his modeling work, his shoots have been both sexy and artful, and he’s appeared in Oprah’s “O” Magazine, Dance Spirit Magazine, Seventeen Magazine, and alongside Nicole Kidman, Michael B. Jordan, and Emily Blunt for …
Sing it with us now: musicians have swagger! Ever since Elvis gyrated his bedazzled hips, we have been swooning to the symbiosis of melodies and machismo. But if you automatically equate charisma with masculinity, you obviously haven’t heard the siren call of Natalia Melendez. Prepare to be wooed. View this post on Instagram A post …
You may recognize on-camera journalist Karl Schmid from his coverage of the Oscars on ABC’s On the Red Carpet, or you may recognize him from the 1st ever televised broadcast of LA Pride. His interna-tional career has formed his charming, if hard to describe, accent and he has graced television screens in Australia, Canada, Britain, …
Metrosource Minis: The LGBTQ World & Beyond
Metrosource Minis is the official podcast companion to the national LGBTQ print and online magazine featuring short form interviews with our featured celebrities from the LGBTQ world and beyond…with your host, Alexander Rodriguez. Quick, fun, and informative…Metrosource on the go. [podcastplayer feed_url ='https://feeds.sounder.fm/3885/rss.xml']
Showtime's The Chi Jasmine Davis: Actor, Model, Musician, Activist
Critically and audience acclaimed The Chi on Showtime is now streaming its fourth season. The show takes place on Chicago’s south side and in this tough neighborhood, real dangers threaten daily to squelch dreams, and the simplest decisions can have life or death consequences. The Chi is a timely coming-of-age drama series centered on a group of residents who become linked by coincidence but bonded by the need for connection and redemption. One of the standout stars is Jasmine Davis.
Not only an actor, but Jasmine is also a musician, model, and CEO of Saint J’s clothing and lifestyle brand. Jasmine’s private life was put in the spotlight after she came out, during COVID, as trans as her character, Imani, was also revealed to be a trans woman. Coming out during the isolation of COVID and dealing with social media hate, Jasmine slipped into a mental breakdown from which she reemerged stronger than ever.
We sat down with Jasmine for a VERY candid chat about her coming out, growing up in the streets of Chicago, the reality of mental health, the bigotry that remains in minority groups, the reality of inclusivity in the LGBTQ community, the pressures of being a spokesperson for the black and LGBTQ communities, the roles being offered to trans actors, body positivity, her battle with dyslexia, her new music – offering a very real opinion on life, and loving yourself first…hosted by Alexander Rodriguez.
As part of its mission to embrace the current zeitgeist and keep up with society as it rapidly evolves, @ScreamMovies is getting gay. One of the central characters in the new story is Mindy, played with unbridled queer charisma by @jasminsavoy
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