Reportedly, Dave Chappelle has been "listening" to the controversy surrounding his special and may be open to meeting with Netflix employees.
On Wednesday, Team Trans* led an employee walkout in response to Netflix defending Dave Chappelle's stand-up special The Closer & more.
The controversy around Dave Chappelle & "The Closer" continues to grow as details of Wednesday's Netflix employee walkout were released.
Netflix confirmed it has fired a staff member for leaking confidential intel on Dave Chappelle’s stand-up special used in a Bloomberg article
Netflix co-CEO Ted Sarandos continued his support of the streamer's decision to keep the Dave Chappelle stand-up special The Closer on.
Reports are that trans Netflix employees and ally co-workers will stage a walkout on October 20; Most responds to the Chappelle controversy.
Netflix co-CEO Ted Sarandos reportedly sent staff an email on Friday explaining why Dave Chappelle & The Closer aren't going anywhere.
On November 12th, Amazon explores a transgender coming-of-age story through the eyes of Jane Noury in the docuseries Always Jane.
The Mistress of the Dark is fully embracing who she is and we couldn't be any happier for her! Welcome to the LGBTQIA+ family, Elvira! Elvira, The Mistress of the Dark (also known as Cassandra Peterson), recently released her memoir Yours Cruelly, Elvira, and in it, she both revealed and discussed her 19-year-long relationship with[...]
Xbox Game Studios revealed their plans for their 2021 Pride Month celebrations in which they will honor LGBTQIA+ players The company will be focusing on "intersectionality and lifting up LGBTQIA+ voices across gaming" as well as donating $150K to LGBTQIA+ nonprofits On top of that, they have opened up a number of different initiatives that[...]
Injustice: Gods Among Us 2,, like many other brands, is running a Pride promotion in June - but has this one gone a bit wrong?
As Bleeding Cool teased yesterday, and picked up by Pink News, today's Black Cat #7 confirms plenty of teasing from Jed MacKay in the Black Cat comic
Felicia Hardy, the Black Cat has sometimes been an enemy, love interest, and ally of the superhero Spider-Man. Created by writer Marv Wolfman and artist
Anyone Comics in Brooklyn, New York, is to host a queer comic book street fair, featuring local creators selling their comic books to celebrate Brooklyn
A new preview and key art from FX offer a look at the docuseries Pride, documenting the connection between LGBTQ+ rights and American history.