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Iconic LGBTQ Athletes Explore the Ongoing Challenges Faced in Sports in “Alone In The Game”

Coming off an official selection at AFI Docs Film Festival in Washington D.C., AT&T* AUDIENCE® Network unveiled its new, exclusive documentary, “Alone In The Game.” It will make its premiere on Thursday, June 28 at 8 p.m. ET/PT. The AT&T original feature-length documentary follows a group of athletes and sports figures from the biggest stages […]

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‘Call Me By Your Name’ Author Kicks Off LGBT Month at Library of Congress

In celebration of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Pride Month, the Library of Congress will host two discussions with writers whose works explore life within the LGBT community and have been adapted to the big screen. From the critically acclaimed novel “Call Me By Your Name” to the adapted film “Love, Simon,” conversations with […]

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Mitchell Gold and the Rural County His Company Calls Home “The Last Frontier for Gay Rights.”

The Washington Post Magazine features Mitchell Gold, Co-Founder and Chair-man of Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams home furnishings, and his  important activism in the beautiful rural  community he calls home to his company headquarters. Based in North Carolina, Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams is one of the largest employers in Alexander County. Gold moved to […]

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Bipartisan Vote to Ban So-Called “Conversion Therapy” in California

In a bipartisan vote of 8-2 today, the California Assembly Privacy and Consumer Protection Committee passed Assemblymember Evan Low’s AB 2943, which would would make clear that claiming to be able to change a person’s sexual orientation or gender identity — sometimes called “conversion therapy” or “reparative therapy — is a fraudulent business practice that […]

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‘Reclaim Pride Coalition’ Deliver Demands To City Officials Regarding The NYC Pride March

A group of activists from the Reclaim Pride Coalition delivered a list of demands to city officials, including Mayor de Blasio, the New York Police Department Commissioner James O’ Neill, and Heritage of Pride regarding the 2018 New York City Pride March. Heritage of Pride organizes the annual NYC Pride March. The Reclaim Pride Coalition […]

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Iceland Adventures for the LGBT Traveler

The fire and ice island of Iceland has never been on my radar for travels, but when I caught wind that WOW Air was soon launching direct service between St. Louis and Reykjavik, my interest was piqued. All I really knew at the time was that Bjork was from Iceland. I decided to check out […]

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“RuPaul’s Drag Race” Alums Bring Their Fashion “Out of the Closet” for New Logo TV Digital Series

In an all-new digital series launching next Tuesday, April 17 at noon ET on LogoTV.com, fans of the pop culture phenomenon “RuPaul’s Drag Race” will be given a glimpse into the fierce closets of six fan-favorite drag queens. During “Out of the Closet,” an intimate six-episode series, viewers are invited into the homes of Acid […]

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NetFlix Renews Queer Eye

Today Netflix announced second seasons for several unscripted original series: Dope, Drug Lords, Nailed It!, The Toys That Made Us, and Queer Eye “These series are indicative of what we’re trying to accomplish for Netflix unscripted: working with world-class producers to create the best unscripted shows on television,” said Bela Bajaria, Vice President of Content […]

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