Tuesday, March 23, 2021

Hunky Jesus, Police Entrapment, The Virgin O'Leary, Riskiest Places For Gay Travelers, Jesse Singal, Luke MacFarlane & MORE!

Hunky Jesus Contest Will Be Online-Only Once More This Year

GLAAD Adds Reporter Jesse Singal to ‘Accountability’ List of Very Bad People

Euro-Pop ‘Idol’ is About Wanting to be Seen and Heard 
Check out the latest single from LA-based Euro-pop artist NIKO – ‘Idol’ – blending acoustic elements with textured electronic leads & thumping dance beats.

Three-Quarters of Americans Support LGBTQ Nondiscrimination Laws. Broad majorities in nearly every religious group favor protections for LGBTQ Americans, according to new data from the Public Religion Research Institute.

Joy Oladokun

Out Singer-Songwriter Joy Oladokun Talks National TV Debut, Being Inspired by Tracy Chapman and More

24 Tips on How Gay Men Can Avoid Police Entrapment in Dangerous, Anti-LGBT Countries

Arkansas Bill That Allows Medical Workers to Refuse Treatment to LGBTQ People Awaits Governor's Signature

LGBTQ Advocates Launch National Campaign to Pressure Congress to Pass the Equality Act. Beginning with $4 million in seed money, campaign hopes to educate Americans and mobilize them to lobby lawmakers.

Teacher Coordinates Creation of Care Boxes for LGBTQ Teens

Fifty Years Ago, Lesbian Couple Phyllis and Francesca Came Out on Australian TV

Dick Marston, a New Hampshire Lawmaker, Apologizes for Referring to LGBTQ People of Having "Deviant Sexuality". Promises to continue to learn from the experience and educate others.

20 Riskiest Places For Gay Travelers (And The 5 Safest)

Luke MacFarlane, Philemon Chambers and Michael Urie

Gay Holiday Rom-Com ‘Single All the Way’ 
A holiday-themed romantic comedy centered on gay men is coming to Netflix from Michael Mayer, the Tony Award-winning director of the Broadway sensation “Spring Awakening.” Michael Urie, Philemon Chambers and Luke MacFarlane will serve as leads. Supporting cast includes: Barry Bostwick, Jennifer Robertson, Kathy Najimy and Jennifer Coolidge.

Why Are Historical Figures Presumed Straight? 
Director Francis Lee on causing outrage with his new film, Ammonite (starring Kate Winslet and Saoirse Ronan)

Kate Winslet Dismisses Critics of Ammonite's Fictionalized Lesbian Romance. The Oscar-winning star, 45, says that despite there being no historical record of Mary Anning having relationships with either men or women, "there would have been no comment" had Francis Lee's powerful romantic drama paired her with a male love interest instead of her close friend Murchison (played by Saoirse Ronan).

The Virgin O'Leary
Queer performer Colin O'Leary's response to the Catholic Church not blessing same-sex relationships. "GOD LOVES The GAYS. You are LOVED. Sit back, relax and enjoy," says Colin.



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