Sunday, February 14, 2021

Birthday BJ, Stanley Tucci, Sex Ed with Schitt's Creek, Star-Lord and MORE!

DC launched new Green Lantern series Far Sector, with queer Black woman Sojourner Mullein in the lead role, while also doubling-down on making Alan Scott, the original Green Lantern, non-straight. Marvel revealed both Kitty Pryde and Star-Lord were bisexual, launched a new volume of mutant super-team X-Factor where at least half the members are LGBTQ+, and had a gay couple, Hulkling and Wiccan, anchor the summer’s big crossover event, Empyre – which featured the central characters getting married twice. More.

Watching Schitt's Creek With My Kids Is A Kind Of Life-Affirming Sex Ed
“David’s not gay, he’s pan,” my 8-year-old said to me. “Thank you for the correction,” I said. Pansexual was not a term I grew up with in the '70s and '80s; sometimes I have to be reminded. But my 8- and 11-year-old kids don’t, and not just because they are steeped in LGBTQ terminology, and close to LGBTQ members of our own family, but because, as a family, we watch Schitt’s Creek. More.


"Wonderfully Made"
A new documentary tackles troubled relationship between #LGBTQ+ believers and Catholic Church More.

Why ‘Glee’ is the Best Show of Our Generation

Lasting 6 seasons & winning over 30 awards, the groundbreaking show celebrated inclusivity, equality, and what it means to be in high school in a way no other show had before or afterward. More.

Here Are The Best Lesbian Sex Scenes in Film
One thing seems to be pretty universal in lesbian movies: a sex scene (or, if we’re lucky, scenes) that never fails to set hearts and libidos on fire! Thankfully, there are quite a few sapphic movies out, with more and more getting made each year, so we have a lot of new ones to look forward to. More.

How I Met Your Mother: 5 Ways It Ages Well (& 5 It Doesn't)
Barney's brother, James, emerges as an attempt for the show to diversify its cast and content. It's a shame that he becomes the token black and queer guy of the show. More.

‘Falling’: Viggo Mortensen’s Stunning Directorial Debut Focuses on Gay Son and Homophobic Father
Viggo Mortensen, an actor best known for his role as Aragorn in the ‘Lord of the Rings’ trilogy, has been in the industry for over 30 years. Besides acting, Mortensen is an avid poetry lover and writer, going as far as to create his own publishing company. He has also dabbled in other fine arts and is a photographer as well as an abstract painter. Recently, he journeyed into the world of screenwriting and directing and his directorial debut, ‘Falling’, was released on February 5th, 2021. More.

Actor Stanley Tucci On Straight Actors Playing Gay Roles
Now, I think that the problem here is that one of the reasons that gay actors have not played gay roles is that a lot of gay actors weren’t able to come out and be openly gay for so long, not just in society but in Hollywood. So you couldn’t be an openly gay actor because you would only be cast as a gay person, if you were lucky enough to be cast at all, and because you might be ostracized because you’re openly gay. Now that that’s beginning to change, there can be more of a level playing field and gay characters and actresses can be openly gay and play straight roles, play gay roles, play whatever roles. And that’s where we need to get to. There was this, “You were either typecast or you weren’t cast.” More.

WATCH: "Birthday BJ"
It's Jacob's birthday and JP offers a little "BJ" to make it even better! CAST: Jacob Buckenmyer and JP Stanley

Steam Room Stories, the sketch comedy featuring hot shirtless men in towels in a steam room. It's 90% laughs and 10% body fat.

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