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What to Watch: This Week’s Top Picks of Queer Content on Here TV

Gay programming isn’t always easy to find. So, just as other streaming services provide notifications about what’s available from them, we’re providing an update...

5 Memorable LGBTQ Moments at the 2018 Emmy Awards

The 2018 Primetime Emmy Awards promised they would deliver a more diverse awards ceremony, but how did they do when it came to LGBTQ representation? In a night that saw many jokes...

“Colette:” Keira Knightly On Film As You’ve Never Seen Her Before

Colette (Keira Knightley, in what may be one of her greatest roles yet) is a clever country girl in France at the end of the 19th century. She’s marries a charming older man...

Eye for the Ladies: Director Paul Feig Sharpens His Female Focus with “A Simple Favor”

Paul Feig, the man who gave us Bridesmaids and the galpal remake of Ghostbusters dives into a new film called A Simple Favor. Thrilling, sexy and stylish, it’s driven by and...

“Madeline’s Madeline” Is a Trip down the Movie Magic Rabbit Hole

Teenage Madeline has been practicing with a theater troupe: mimicking, acting, reacting, moving and feeling as a group. At times it’s playful and joyful; at times it’s weird....

“Sorry to Bother You:” A Cinematic Farce That Will Leave You . . . Thinking

Its title echoes the eye-roll-inducing greeting of the dreaded telemarketer, which is exactly what Cassius Green (Lakeith Stanfield – Atlanta), who lives in his Uncle’s...

TV Comics Poehler and Offerman Are Now “Making It” About Arts and Crafts

From executive producers and hosts Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman comes a creative and lighthearted competition series that celebrates creativity and craftiness. You may recognize...

“Westwood:” Visually Tour the Life of a Punk, an Icon and an Activist

Right from the beginning of Westwood, we can see what a restless, complex and creative woman Dame Vivienne Westwood has been and continues to be. After helping to ignite the punk...

“Love Cecil:” The Untold Story of Cecil Beaton Comes to the Cinema

Even if you’ve never heard his famous name, you know Cecil Beaton’s type: gay, fabulous, opinionated, artistic, witty, dripping with style, knows everyone, goes to the cool...

Is Gender “Over?” Should It Be? The Debate over Male/Female Roles Rages On

“Gender is Over!” declares drag queen Aja in Corey Camperchioli’s film short comedy, Femme. It isn’t, of course, but the war is heating up, and the...

Why NFL Player Protests Should Matter to LGBTQ Americans

Why should NFL players “taking a knee” matter to LGBTQ Americans — some of whom don’t even watch professional football? The real reason gays, lesbians and all...

“Bojack Horseman: Putting the Art Before the Horse” Celebrates Netflix’ Quirky Cartoon

Bojack Horseman is one of the more unique animated offerings currently in production — with its dark humor and deeply flawed characters, who happen to inhabit a weird world...