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“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...

“Femme:” a Fiercely Funny Film Grappling with Gays’ Masculine Bias

Femme is a film that gives life to anyone who’s ever been called “a flamer,” “nelly,” “gurl” or “queen.” Corey...

Cardi B, Beyoncé & Jay-Z, J-Lo and Aretha: What You Need to Know about Tonight’s VMAs

Cardi B, and hip-hop’s power couple, the Carters — Beyonce and Jay-Z — are all frontrunners at the 2018 MTV Video Music Awards tonight in NYC at Radio City Music Hall....

Ryan Murphy Brings FX’s “Pose” to Ground Zero: Madonna’s 1991 Smash, “Vogue”

Ryan Murphy’s FX series Pose will make a leap in time and land at the very moment ballroom culture went mainstream in America — the month that Madonna released...

Three Brothers Forge Family Bonds in We the Animals

Here’s a dreamy drift through the troubled Childhood of a boy with a secret as he tries to understand the adult world and his place within it. Based on author Justin Torres’...

Little Leo Noakes Has a Sassy Alter-Ego: Meet 11-Year Old Violet Vixen

Leo Noakes — a.k.a. Violet Vixen — is an 11-year old English lad from Leicester who loves drag the way many kids his age love video games. He’s obsessed. He knows shoes,...

The CW Has Its Lesbian Batwoman: Out Actress Ruby Rose

The CW has cast Ruby Rose, an out-lesbian to play Batwoman in a new DC Comics-based series. will be suiting up as the DC hero Batwoman for The CW, Variety has learned. The network...

“Trick 2” Will Be A Reality By the 20th Anniversary of the Original

Trick 2, a sequel to the much-beloved gay rom/com of 1999, is in the early stages of pre-production, according to the original film’s director, Jim Fall. Many Trick fans...