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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:...

Go Behind the Scenes with Lance Bass

*NSYNC may have been what put Lance Bass on the map, but that’s not what kept him there. Lance has gone from boy band personality to activist, entrepreneur, father, and star in...

Amy Schneider Joining the Jeopardy! Million Dollar Club, staying grounded, and making history for LGBTQ representation

As Jeopardy! contestant Amy Schneider took to the soundstage, she had no clue that she would end up being one of America’s favorite people of the year, making history as the...

Michael Feinstein Takes Us Down the Backroads in Gershwin Country

Grammy and Emmy-nominated musician Michael Feinstein, a keeper of the American Songbook, has lived a life that if presented on screen, would be too crazy to believe. The icons...

John Waters Marks His 76th Birthday April 22nd With Special Performances in These Two Cities

Landmark underground cinema auteur-cum-mainstream queer icon John Waters marks his 76th birthday April 22 and he’s busier than ever. To celebrate, he’ll give special...

Julia Scotti shares her comedy with the world post America’s Got Talent

Comedian Julia Scott, aged 63, aka “the crazy old lady of comedy,” took to the stage of America’s Got Talent as Simon Cowell, Howie Mandell, Heidi Klum, Mel B, and millions...

TAKE TWO! Broadway is Back

Happy spring, everybody! No, there wasn’t a full shutdown but all of New York seemed back in that slog of the darkest days of 2020, only without all the hope and courage! But...

Stephen Sondheim The unofficial poet laureate of musical theatre – A tribute

Welp, the COVID gods giveth and the COVID gods taketh away. Broadway was “back in business,” and then the Omicron variant reared its infectious head and New York City plunged...

A Legacy of Photography and Love

When it comes to prominent gay photographers, some have distinguished themselves by pushing the boundaries of sexual expression (Robert Mapplethorpe, Steven Arnold) while others...

Michael Urie is Going Toe-to-Toe with the Best

From being thrust into a school production of Fiddler on the Roof because there were no other boys around, to being a mainstay in entertainment who has appeared in about every...

90 Day Fiancé Gets ‘Real’ with Kenny & Armando

In the world of reality TV that celebrates drama queens and stereotypes, TLC’s 90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way celebrates a real-life love story, the first same male sex marriage...

From the Runway to the Boardroom Carmen Carrera’s Path of Advocacy

Carmen Carrera is many things. She identifies as a cis-passing, heterosexual transwoman of Latinx heritage, but aside from that, she is an entertainer, model, entrepreneur,...