Did You Miss These? Our Top LGBT Stories of the Week

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Week's Top Stories

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The Daddy/Boy Saga Continues

There’s a lot of curiosity and not much information about one of the newest subsets of gay identity — the daddy/boy dynamic. Some mistakenly think it has anything to do with underage boys (it does not). Others think it’s just kinda pervy to crush on someone who’s old enough to be your father or young enough to be your son.

We break down the myths in our latest installment to discuss the varieties of daddies and boys, what about each attracts the other, and what kinds of activities they enjoy together. And guess what? While it may cause heads to turn because it’s still considered taboo — a special kind of healing can occur for those who bond with someone outside their generation.

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Simply the Best

Everyone’s a critic, but not everyone gives out an award for excellence in LGBT-friendly TV and film. This week, the Society of LGBTQ Entertainment Critics announced the recipients of their 10th annual Dorian Awards – which honors those media milestones over the past year as chosen by more than 200 gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer and ally entertainment journalists.

Find out what the tastemakers thought of everything from foreign favorite Roma to the gee-whiz warmth of the Mr. Rogers documentary Won’t You Be My Neighbor. Pose? Love, Simon? You’ll be as surprised by what’s included as by what was noticeably missing.

Cut Farrah Slack

Yaas, she served some fierce looks. And sure, she stumbled in the competition — sometimes quite literally, and sometimes flat on her floatation device. But love her or hate her, Farrah Moan was one of the queens you just couldn’t take your eyes off during her time on this season’s All-Stars competition.

She’s been described as “bright as a bag of Skittles,” although we’re not sure if that’s a reference to her wardrobe or her choices as a performer. Either way, you can bet the world has not heard the last of this young drag ingenue — and of course we have exclusive video of the one thing she tries never to leave behind when out on the road.

Last modified: January 12, 2019