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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...

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...

Saints Cheerleader Causes an Uproar Among Anti-Gay Bigots

Jesse Hernandez made his cheerleading debut in the Superdome at the New Orleans Saints home opening preseason game, and haters appeared on the internet with everything but torches...

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...

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...

What LGBTQ Readers Will Find in Mark and Jay Duplass’ “Like Brothers”

From the Cohens to the Wachowskis, Hollywood loves a pair of creative siblings, but what do the Duplass Brothers offer in their recent memoir that goes beyond what they share on...

“Killjoys” Season 4 Is a Thrill Ride through the Non-Binary Galaxy

Killjoys Season 4 kicks off tonight, and fanboys and girls alike are eager with anticipation. The Syfy series follows a trio of interplanetary bounty hunters — Dutch, John, and...

What Does FX’s Pose Mean for Queer Youth?

We ask what the extraordinary FX drama about the ballroom scene of the 1980s means to a generation born into a world where marriage equality is achievable and HIV is treatable....

Trek Star George Takei Talks Pride from the Steps of Stonewall

With more than 10 million Facebook followers, George Takei‘s now as famous on social media as he ever was playing a spaceship pilot on TV’s Star Trek. Takei and his...

LGBTQ Rights Means Winning Republicans to Get around Trump

Equality is under siege in places where bathroom laws and so-called “religious freedom” initiatives have taken root. Here’s how to change that: Republicans will...

Will & Grace Return to Home Release — with Bloopers

Will & Grace did at least as much boundary pushing as Roseanne. Notice that after their reboots, only one of them remains on the air. While Roseanne may have had the approval...