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Kristin Chenoweth 'proud to be a person of faith and activist for LGBTIs' 

 

Kristin Chenoweth has said she’s proud to be ‘a person of faith and also an activist for the LGBTI community’ ahead of receiving an award for queer advocacy from the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus (SFGMC).

The Broadway star, who is Christian, will be given the Vanguard Award at the SFGMC’s 41st Season Crescendo Gala on Saturday night (27 April).

Speaking about the Chorus, Kristin said: ‘I feel as if I know them! They commissioned “I Am Harvey Milk” by my composer friend Andrew Lippa and I’ve listened to all their recordings!’

The performer, known for originating the role of Glinda in Wicked on Broadway, will also perform at the ceremony (‘but of course…’) at the Fairmont San Francisco.

Gay Star News

Tags: Activism, Actor, Award, Celebrity, Entertainment, Fighter of LGBTIQ Rights, Gaycon, Music, Support, Tribute

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25-Apr-2019


Time 100's LGBTQ Honorees Include Lady Gaga, Ryan Murphy, Indya Moore

 

Ryan Murphy — the gay producer of FX's Pose, American Horror Story, American Crime Story, and more — is among those in the "titans" category. His entry was written by Jessica Lange, whose acting career experienced a revival in part due to Murphy casting her in AHS.

"He is a born storyteller, and, like the best of them, he is constantly pushing the limits. I have often marveled at his uncanny ability at capturing the zeitgeist," Lange wrote.

"Ryan is an artist of unlimited creative power and talent. But, more importantly, he has a great heart and is a dear and fiercely loyal friend. My life is better for knowing him."

Advocate

Tags: Activism, Art, Celebrity, Entertainment, LGBTQ, List, Representation, Respect, Support, Tribute

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18-Apr-2019


'Baby Shark' Drag Queen Is Back With a Video to Support LGBTQ Youth 
 

The drag queen who went viral for her performance of “Baby Shark” by request of a toddler at brunch a couple weekends ago is using her moment to support LGBTQ youth.

Marti Gould Cummings got together with a bunch of New York queens to film their version of an actual “Baby Shark” video for little kiddos.

“The team behind Shade: Queens of NYC and I decided to make a music video for kids with the song and use the video as a way for the grown ups watching to find ways to help LGBTQ youth,” she told NewNowNext, citing the links for the Ali Forney Center for Homeless LGBTQ Youth and the Hetrick Martin Institute below the video.

Pride

Tags: Activism, All Rights, Children, Cute, Drag, Education, Entertainment, LGBTQ, Representation, Support, Tribute, Video Gay Swatch, Youth

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30-Mar-2019


How Hollywood Legend Doris Day Plans to Celebrate Her 97th Birthday 

 

Screen and song legend Doris Day will celebrate her 97th birthday on April 3 with her favorite sweet treat: Edy’s slow-churned chocolate fudge ice creamthis link opens in a new tab.

“Doris will be spending a quiet birthday at home again this year surrounded by a few close friends,” her business manager Bob Bashara tells PEOPLE. “She always gets lots of phone calls wishing her happy birthday. And, in the evening, she’ll enjoy a special birthday dinner followed by cake and ice cream.”

Ahead of her birthday, her adopted hometown of Carmel-By-The-Sea, California, where she moved in the 70s, is hosting the Doris Day Animal Foundation this link opens in a new tab Annual Benefit on Thursday, March 28 at the Cypress Inn.

People

Tags: Celebration, Celebrity, Entertainment, Legend, Portrait, Sweet, Tribute

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22-Mar-2019


Mister Rogers Was Allegedly Bisexual, and Twitter Is Thrilled  

In conversation with one of his friends, the openly gay Dr. William Hirsch, Fred Rogers himself concluded that if sexuality was measured on a scale of one to ten: “Well, you know, I must be right smack in the middle. Because I have found women attractive and I have found men attractive.”

Gayety

Tags: Bi, Celebrity, Entertainment, History, Inclusion, Sex, Social Media, Tribute, TV Gay Swatch

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08-Mar-2019


Luke Perry, star of 'Beverly Hills 90210' and 'Riverdale,' dead at 52 
 

Luke Perry, who played the beloved Dylan McKay on the hit coming-of-age series "Beverly Hills 90210," has died.

Perry, 52, died Monday after suffering a massive stroke, his publicist Arnold Robinson told CNN.

"He was surrounded by his children Jack and Sophie, fiancé Wendy Madison Bauer, ex-wife Minnie Sharp, mother Ann Bennett, step-father Steve Bennett, brother Tom Perry, sister Amy Coder, and other close family and friends. The family appreciates the outpouring of support and prayers that have been extended to Luke from around the world, and respectfully request privacy in this time of great mourning. No further details will be released at this time," a statement from Robinson read.

Born Coy Luther Perry III in Mansfield, Ohio, and raised in the small community of Fredericktown, Perry moved to Los Angeles to pursue acting soon after graduating from high school.

There he worked a series of odd jobs as he tried to break into the business.

CNN

Arquette Sisters Remember Luke Perry as an LGBTQ Ally

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05-Mar-2019


Desi Arnaz: A Pioneer of the Television Sitcom
Discover how the I Love Lucy star changed TV
 

Desi Arnaz was a Cuban-born American actor, musician, and TV producer. He is best known for his role as Ricky Ricardo in the cult classic American TV sitcom I Love Lucy. Co-starring alongside his then-wife Lucille Ball, the pair are credited as the inventors of the syndicated rerun as they were more than just actors in the show – they were key in making it into such a success. The show ran from 1951-1957 and spanned six seasons with 180 half-hour episodes in total, which was previously unheard of for a TV show.

Arnaz became part of one of the USA’s most watched shows, but his life wasn’t always glitz and glam, even if it might have seemed that way in the beginning. Born into a prominent Cuban family in Santiago in 1917, Arnaz’s father, Desiderio Arnaz II, was mayor of Santiago, the original capital of Cuba. His mother, Dolores de Acha, was the daughter of one of the founders of the Bacardi Rum Company. If that wasn’t enough of a claim to fame, Arnaz’s grandfather, Don Desiderio, was a physician who accompanied Theodore Roosevelt and the Rough Riders at the Battle of San Juan Hill in 1898.

Arts and Culture

Tags: Actor, Americans, Art, Celebrity, Cool Daddy Squish, Entertainment, Environment, Equality, History, Latin, Legend, Men In Charge, Movie Trivia, Music, Portrait, Tribute, TV Swatch, TV Trivia

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02-Mar-2019


Comedian Brody Stevens Dead at 48 of Suicide 

 

Brody Stevens has died of an apparent suicide by hanging. He was 48. The news was first reported by The Blast and then confirmed by Billboard.

According to The Blast, the comedian was found just before 1 p.m. on Friday (Feb. 22). He has been open about his struggle with mental health issues in the past and was hospitalized in 2011 after suffering a bipolar episode.

Billboard

Tags: Comedy, Comics, Daddy Squish, Mental Health, Passing, Suicide, Tribute

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22-Feb-2019


Actress Kaye Ballard dies at 93 

 

Kaye Ballard has died at the age of 93, friends confirmed to News Channel 3.

She passed away at her Rancho Mirage home. Earlier this month, the legendary actress was honored at the 30th Palm Springs International Film Festival with a "Best of Fest Award" for her film which profiled her life, "Kaye Ballard: The Show Goes On".

"This charming documentary showcases the career of musical-comedy sensation Kaye Ballard, whose ability to sing and tell jokes was ubiquitous in the late 20th century," read the film's description of the film festival's website. "Delightful moments are captured in rare archival footage and interviews with Ann-Margret, Michael Feinstein and Ballard herself."

KESQ

Tags: Celebrity, Entertainment, Passing, Tribute

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23-Jan-2019


How the First LGBTQ Mariachi Became an Outlet for Advocacy 
 

What social power does music have? Where does that power come from?

Mariachi musicians Carlos Samaniego and Natalia Melendez found out the hard way—first through discrimination, ridicule and professional blackballing among their musician peers, then via the challenging path of advocating for the acceptance of gay, lesbian and transgender people in the mariachi world.

Smithsonian

Tags: Celebration, Dedication, Environment, Fighter of LGBTIQ Rights, History, LGBTQ, Music, Representation, Respect, Tribute, World

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14-Nov-2018


Imagine Dragons' Dan Reynolds Donates $50,000 at GLAAD Benefit Concert 

 

During a recent interview with The San Diego Tribune, Reynolds spoke about his stance on politics in music. "I think the whole reason for art, for music, for a voice, is to speak to the truth and to fight for what you believe," he declared. "Whether it’s injustices being done or just a simple song about love and what your beliefs on love are, I think every artist, if they’re not speaking their truth and not standing up for what they believe in — not just in (song), but in interviews — they aren’t deserving of that platform and it should be given to someone else who will make use of it."

Iheart

Tags: All Rights, Celebrity, Cool Daddy Squish, Entertainment, Fighter of LGBTIQ Rights, Finance, Music, Politics, Representation, Respect, Super Daddy!, Tribute

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19-Oct-2018


Gus Kenworthy posts naked photo for his 27th birthday 

 

Gus Kenworthy knows how to keep his fans happy. The Olympic-medal winning skier celebrated his 27th birthday yesterday. To commemorate, the gay athlete posted a naked selfie last night.

Gay Star News

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02-Oct-2018


New Barbra Streisand song blasts Donald Trump: 'How do you sleep when the world is burning?' 

 

Armed with an impassioned perspective and lyrics taking aim at Donald Trump, Barbra Streisand is scaling the political divide with her new single “Don’t Lie to Me.”

Released as the first official preview of her upcoming 11-track studio album Walls — her largest collection of predominantly original tunes since Guilty Pleasures, her 2005 collaborative LP with Barry Gibb — “Don’t Lie to Me” sees the Oscar- and Grammy-winning performer criticizing the president’s leadership over sprawling pop production.

EW

Tags: Americans, Artist, Entertainment, Environment, Equality, Gaycon, Leaders, Music, Tribute, Unity

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02-Oct-2018


Switzerland made transphobia and homophobia as illegal as racism 

 

Switzerland has voted to change its penal code to make homophobia and transphobia as illegal as racism.

The National Council voted 118 to 60 to make it illegal to discriminate against someone based on sexual or gender identity.

Anyone found guilty of transphobia or homophobia could be thrown in jail for up to three years.

Gay Star News

Tags: All Rights, Fighter of LGBTIQ Rights, Fighting Back, Laws, LGBTQ, Modernization, Pride, Racism, Respect, Sweet, Tribute, Unity, World

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02-Oct-2018


 

Esther Rolle 01-Oct-2018

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