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Portrait of a Lady on Fire
Be Your Social Distancing Guide
U-Haul lesbians, this is our moment.
Madison Malone Kircher
Dan Levy Has Joined the Kristen Stewart Gay Rom-Com
Along with Alison Brie, Aubrey Plaza, and more!
Jennifer Lawrence Tackled Adele at an NYC Gay Bar
The pair tore it up at Pieces Friday night.
After All These Years,
Is Trying to Dial Down the Gay Jokes
“Some of the things we felt comfortable saying and joking about back then, we now understand is not acceptable.”
a long talk
Lance Bass on Hosting
Finding Prince Charming
“It’s officially Thursgays now — just a back-to-back punch of amazing gayness.”
Chinese Censors Approve First Gay Love Story in a Movie
will open in theaters.
Tyler’s New Tees Use Nazi Images for Gay Rights
Tyler, the Creator is stirring up more controversy.
John Oliver Talks Uganda’s Harsh Anti-Gay Laws with LGBT Activist Pepe […]
Here’s a segment from last night’s Last Week Tonight, in which John Oliver explores the recent rise of persecution against homosexuals in […]
Jason Jones Searches Moscow for Signs of Gay Rights Support
Last night on The Daily Show, Jason Jones continued his “Sochi-ish” Olympics coverage by interviewing Vladimir Putin’s spokesman Sergey Markov […]
here comes honey boo boo
Behold Honey Boo Boo’s Auto-Tuned Pro-Gay Anthem
Jimmy Kimmel has turned her offhanded comment into a rainbow rallying cry.
One Million Moms Is Taking on ‘The New Normal’; Is the Worst
One Million Moms is a group of about 40,000 (not one million) bigot moms who aspire to make sure their kids grow up with completely intolerant, […]
Jesse David Fox
Todd Glass Films Powerful PSA to Support Gay Youths
Earlier this year, Todd Glass came out on WTF. He explained much of the impetus in doing so was to set an example and to communicate to kids […]
Jesse David Fox
‘All in the Family’ and the First Gay Sitcom Character
In February 1971, All in the Family became the first sitcom to bring a gay man into America’s wallpapered, shag-carpeted, plaid-couched living […]
How a Serbian Comedy Is Fighting Homophobia Throughout the Balkans
Serbian director Srdjan Dragojevic’s latest film, Parada, is about a “homosexual couple who wants to organize a gay pride parade in Belgrade, […]