Joe Rogan is sending a message to the LGBTQ community: he wants his rainbows, use of the word "pride," and month of June back.
In a new post, Michael Imperioli (The Sopranos, The White Lotus) clarified his forbidding "bigots and homophobes" from watching his projects.
Michael Imperioli forbids "bigots and homophobes" from The Sopranos, The White Lotus & other works in light of a U.S. Supreme Court decision.
Set to premiere for Pride Month (on June 22), Netflix dropped the official trailer for Miss Benny & Kim Cattrall-starring series Glamorous.
Responding to a question from a Good Omens fan on Tumblr, Neil Gaiman shared that he thinks of Crowley as gender-fluid, too.
Shortly after learning that Twitter's head of Trust & Safety had resigned, Elon Musk's retweets may have offered some insights into why...
No one condones death or violent attack threats against anyone online – whether they're aimed at Rowling, Cleese, the trans community, or the larger LGBTQIA community But Rowling, Cleese, and a lot of other famous folks on social media also want to have the best of both worlds They embrace being these "rockstars" with millions[...]
Here's why two important upcoming Disney-set LGBTQ+ events make this steaming pile of Ron DeSantis lies worse than usual (not an easy task).
I'm hopeful for other dives into the experiences of other parts of the LGBTQIA community in horror after this docuseries These last two episodes excellently capture the complexities of horror's absolutely innate queerness Shudder's Queer for Fear gave excellent clarity and insight into the depth of queer experiences in monster, vampire, and femme fatale[...]
LGBTQ media company Revry celebrated National Coming Out Day with the 2022 QueerX Awards, along with Visibility Award Recipient Kim Petras.
RuPaul's Drag Race Season 8 winner Bob The Drag Queen shared the music video for the single "B***h Like Me" and discussed how it came about.
Sometimes our favorite movies, such as But I'm a Cheerleader, from childhood end up helping us realize how bisexual or queer we truly are.
Last Call Chicago: A History of 1001 LGBT-Friendly Taverns, Haunts & Hangouts is a book available for pre-order ahead of the spooky season.
Shudder's Queer for Fear: A Queer History of Horror shared a trailer ahead of its September 30th premiere. Here's a look at what's to come...
NYX Horror Collective will have its 2nd annual film festival, 13 Minutes of Horror, hosted by Shudder, featuring women horror filmmakers.
Surreal queer romance comes to life in Bertrand Mandico's After Blue (Dirty Paradise), complete with Kate Bush & August 30th VOD date.
During its San Diego Comic-Con 2022 panel, Shudder's Queer for Fear docuseries premiered an extended sneak peek of its "Psycho" discussion.
Orion Pictures film, Anything's Possible, directed by Billy Porter, has been released globally on Prime Video with a newly released clip.
Star Trek: Strange New Worlds' Melissa Navia (Ortegas) made it clear to social media trolls that Navia pushes back on "bigoted nonsense."
During a London Trans+ Pride event over the weekend, Doctor Who star Yasmin Finney (Heartstopper) confirmed that her character Rose is trans.
MidBoss has revealed details for the Season of Pride 2022, as they will be holding a month-long event in July celebrating LGBTQIA+ diversity in gaming The team will be using this month to raise money for worthy charities, which will include a Steam event starting this coming Saturday, July 9th Some of the other festivities[...]
Bi: The Hidden Culture, History, and Science of Bisexuality by Julia Shaw PhD truly captures & examines invisibility in the queer community.
I'm basing my review on a qualifications anyone would care about with quality headphones, but I'll be including the take on LGBTQIA+ imagery as well and how that's been addressed. Source: SkullcandyWhat I admired and loved about the Skullcandy Inequality Crusher headphones was the first look it gives you when seeing the packaging The use of[...]
Shudder's docuseries Queer for Fear brings the horror this fall, and now we have key art featuring drag icon Alaska Thunderfuck as Carrie.
A portion of proceeds will help To Write Love on Her Arms fund LGBTQIA+ mental health programs. Source: Skullcandy "The LGBTQIA+ community faces higher-than-average rates of depression, PTSD and anxiety disorder This reality, coupled with Skullcandy's support of equal rights for all, is why this collaboration with To Write Love on Her Arms is so important to[...]
But essentially this covers practically every pronoun in English across the LGBTQIA+ spectrum This is a totally optional addition, you don't have to change the pronouns if you don't wish to If you're fine with the identification the game gives your character at the start, you can still use it But the option is now[...]
Proving more than worthy of the hype, Netflix's Heartstopper is a beautiful exploration of the intersections of LGBTQ+ joy, love & sorrow.
The Tobin family & Crispin go on a mission to recreate a perfect "coming-out" story for Ham in the latest episode of FOX's The Great North.
Over the past few years, the company has been the subject of multiple allegations related to the treatment of women and members of the LGBTQIA+ community Their reputation behind the scenes was so bad, that at one point the company was struggling to find people to work on the new Star Wars game that was[...]
While the realm of horror has gone through unique periods throughout the decades, the struggles and rights of the LGBTQIA+ community have been seen and unseen, from striking down tropes to reexamining those that we still deem iconic (I'm looking at you Silence of the Lambs, which I still love but some things could have[...]