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Jonathan Bennett to star in Hallmark’s first ever gay Christmas film 

 

The film, which premieres 22 November on Hallmark, will follow Brandon (Bennett) and his husband Jake (Brad Harder) as they visit Brandon’s parents for the holidays, during which they are “anxiously awaiting a call about the adoption of their first child.”

Michelle Vicary, EVP, Programming, said in a statement: “Our holiday table is bigger and more welcoming than ever. This year’s movies reflect our most diverse representation of talent, narratives, and families, including The Christmas House featuring a storyline about a gay couple looking to adopt their first child, and starring Jonathan Bennett in an ensemble cast.

Jonathan Bennett to star in Hallmark’s first ever gay Christmas film

Tags: Celebration, Christmas, Entertainment, Gay, Holiday, Inclusion, LGBTQ, Representation, TV, TV Gay Swatch

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24-Sep-2020


Below Deck Med: Malia Fires Back At Captain Sandy For Calling Her 'Secretly Gay' 

 

Malia White from Below Deck Med has fired back at Captain Sandy for calling her "secretly gay", and Malia responded via Cameo while filming a video for a fan.

Malia White has been in the tabloids recently for fueling rumors that she and her boyfriend Tom Checketts called it quits because he was cheating on the Below Deck star. Only last night, the bosun confirmed that she was in fact single, after posting numerous Instagram stories and memes. She has taken down all pictures of her and Tom and seems to be living the single life. Malia took to Instagram to confirm she was a single lady once more, saying, “Hey, guys, it’s Malia. My personal life seems to be quite the topic at the moment. So first off, yes, Tom and I have split. The details surrounding all of it I am trying to keep a little private, just out of respect to him and I. But yes, I am single.”

Not only has Malia had to deal with her relationship souring, but she has also had to deal with Captain Sandy making allegations about her. Reality TV Bliss reported that the Captain had made some surprising remarks while recording a Cameo video. Captain Sandy called her favorite crew member Malia White “secretly gay.”

Below Deck Med: Malia Fires Back At Captain Sandy For Calling Her 'Secretly Gay'

Tags: Alleged, Celebrity, Employment, Feud, Lesbian, LGBTQ, TV, TV Gay Swatch, TV Trivia, Women In Charge

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23-Sep-2020


Below Deck Mediterranean Star Captain Sandy Yawn Says Malia White Is “Secretly Gay” 
 

People have scrutinized Sandy’s leadership style in the past. Playing favorites to some, micro-managing others, but now Sandy might have crossed the line. And if you thought she had already crossed the line, wait for it. She erased that line, drew three more lines, and crossed those too. In a now-public Cameo for a fan, Sandy seemingly outed Malia as a lesbian. As far as I know, Malia does not identify as gay or bisexual. But that isn’t our business, RIGHT SANDY?

The video clip shows Sandy in what appears to be a very animated mood. She was joking about the Cameo recipient’s wife and then, with no context of the subject changing, Sandy says, “Malia… I think she’s secretly gay, to be honest. That’s my opinion. Everybody in production thinks that.” Honey, are you okay? Is this an inside joke? Is Malia in on this joke? Or did this woman just make an extremely stupid error because she thought it was humorous? Oh, but it was nice of Sandy to drag Bravo production to the bottom with her.

Below Deck Mediterranean Star Captain Sandy Yawn Says Malia White Is “Secretly Gay”

Chef NF says, "Is that why?!!!!!!!" Deck Ratched exclaims "it's my fucking boat!" (Hannah was only the beginning.) 22-Sep-2020

Tags: Celebrity, Employment, Entertainment, Environment, Etiquette, Hypocrisy, Lesbian, LGBTQ, Power, Privacy, Reality, Relationships, Travel, TV Gay Swatch, Women In Charge

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22-Sep-2020


Drag Race star Widow Von’Du steps away from social media following “fandom” hate 

 

“I hate doing this so much and I don’t wanna do this anymore!”

Drag Race season 12 competitor Widow Von’Du has announced she will be taking a break from social media.

In a Twitter post the Kansas City queen called out the “fandom” that has been channeling hate her way. Von’Du is one of the few queens of colour that have received hate on the Emmy-winning series. Drag Race has acquired a track record when it comes to queens being targeted and profiled by fans.

Previously to GAY TIMES, Silky Nutmeg Ganache and Asia O’Hara have all spoken out about their experiences receiving hate. The news of Von’Du’s departure comes shortly after Brita Filter deactivated her social media to seek help and focus on mental health.

When we spoke to Silky, she told us about the types of comments she received: “I got so much hate that I went into a depression. I got so many death threats.

“People do not deserve to be treated this way. What is it going to take? Is it going to take a queen to kill herself?”

Drag Race star Widow Von’Du steps away from social media following “fandom” hate

Tags: Cancellation, Celebrity, Drag, Entertainment, Environment, Fame, Hate, Hostility, LGBTQ, Mental Health, Politics, Racism, Social Distancing, Social Media, TV Gay Swatch

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01-Sep-2020


90 Day Fiance: The Other Way: Man YELLS Homophobic Slur at Armando and Kenneth (Exclusive) 

 

In ET's exclusive clip, Armando and Kenneth are eating tacos in Mexico with Kenneth's two daughters when a man in Mexico yells a homophobic slur at them. ("Supreme daddy didn't do shit.")

90 Day Fiance: The Other Way: Man YELLS Homophobic Slur at Armando and Kenneth (Exclusive)

Tags: Environment, Gay, Hostility, TV Gay Swatch, Video, Video Gay Swatch, World

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23-Aug-2020


James Corden Gets Slammed Online After Rumors Surface Of Him Replacing Ellen DeGeneres 

 

With Ellen DeGeneres' future on TV hanging in the balance -- even though her team swears she's returning -- rumors have already begun to circulate about who may be the next star in line to take over the daytime throne. Those rumors have fallen at the doorstep of "The Late Late Show" host James Corden, but as many believed the singing host to be one of the nicest people in Hollywood, others are now claiming Corden is not as nice as he appears on TV.

The reports first surfaced through UK outlet, The Sun, who claims 41-year-old Corden has been thought of as the "long term successor" by network executives before Ellen's scandal went public.

"Y'all know people in the UK absolutely LOATHE James Corden, right?" one fan wrote on Twitter.

They added, "There are so many stories about that dude, it would make your head spin. All the shit you've heard/read about Ellen, apply it to James. Seriously."

James Corden Gets Slammed Online After Rumors Surface Of Him Replacing Ellen DeGeneres

Tags: Backlash, Campaign, Cancellation, Career, Celebrity, Employment, Entertainment, Hate, LGBTQ, Replacement, TV, TV Gay Swatch

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02-Aug-2020


Ellen DeGeneres Addresses Workplace Allegations and Changes Forthcoming in Staff Letter (Exclusive) 

 

With the culture at her eponymous talk show under fire, Ellen DeGeneres is speaking out.

In a letter to her crew, obtained by The Hollywood Reporter, DeGeneres addresses the alleged workplace misconduct, which was detailed in a Buzzfeed story published earlier this month. The widely circulated piece includes a host of former employees' anonymous accusations of racism, intimidation, unjust termination and an overall toxic work culture, perpetuated by the show's top producers. The report prompted an in-house investigation by Telepictures parent WarnerMedia, which is said to now be largely complete.

In her note, DeGeneres takes responsibility, insofar as the show bears her name, and insists that steps will be taken to "correct the issues" going forward. "As we've grown exponentially, I've not been able to stay on top of everything and relied on others to do their jobs as they knew I'd want them done. Clearly some didn't,” she writes. "That will now change and I'm committed to ensuring this does not happen again."

Hollywood Reporter

EXCLUSIVE: Ellen DeGeneres is telling show executives she's had enough and is ready to call it quits as staffers slam her apology and claim she's the problem and has 'enabled the toxic culture at the show to go on for so long'

Tags: $, Apology, Backlash, Cancellation, Celebrity, Comeback, Demands, Employment, Environment, Etiquette, Fear, Hostility, Lesbian, LGBTQ, Safety, Sexual Abuse, Sexual Harassment, Termination, Treatment, TV Gay Swatch, Women In Charge

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31-Jul-2020


 

Tags: Celebrity, Entertainment, RIP, TV Gay Swatch

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14-Jul-2020


Glee star Naya Rivera, 33, is missing and presumed dead after her four-year-old son was found alone in a boat on Lake Piru and told cops 'they were swimming but she didn't get back on board' 

 

Actress Naya Rivera is presumed dead after her four-year-old son was found alone in a boat on Lake Piru in California on Wednesday afternoon.

The Ventura County Sheriff's Department said in a release that they began searching for a presumed drowning victim at the reservoir at around 1pm.

The Glee actress is said to have arrived at lake and rented a pontoon boat, taking her son out aboard.

Daily Mail

No, Glee is not cursed. Please stop saying that.

‘Glee’ star Naya Rivera shared chilling message days before disappearance

The Glee Curse: How TV's cheeriest show has been plagued by tragedy and scandal... including drug overdoses, paedophilia, suicide, domestic abuse and on-set bullying

Tags: Alleged, Celebrity, Death, Investigation, Missing, Parental Burden, TV Gay Swatch

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09-Jul-2020


Lawmaker Introduces ‘CAREN’ Act to Outlaw False Racially-Motivated 911 Calls 

 

A San Francisco supervisor has introduced legislation that would outlaw racially-motivated 911 calls such as those made by various “Karens” around the country.

The legislation is appropriately named: The CAREN Act, which stands for Caution Against Racially Exploitative Non-Emergencies. The bill would charge people who make false racially-biased emergency calls such as the one made by skincare CEO Lisa Alexander (seen above) in San Francisco’s Pacific Heights neighborhood in early June.

Towleroad

Supreme Court sides with Catholic schools in employment suit

Oregon Politician Admits Writing 'Racist Letter' Telling Himself He's 'Not Welcome Here'

An Illinois man faces eviction for hanging Black Lives Matter banner from his balcony

Bigoted white woman who called Black Lives Matter protester ‘a gay homosexual piece of crap’ fired from her job

Real-estate developers won't rename 'plantation' properties in South Carolina, Florida

HHS Removes ‘Gender Identity’ from Meaning of ‘Sex Discrimination’ in Obamacare

Homophobic photographer sues state because he doesn’t want to photograph gay weddings, even though nobody has asked him to

Drag Race billboard targeted with crude graffiti in sickening ‘attack on the LGBT+ community’

I’m Through Being Silent About the Restaurant Industry’s Racism

Tags: Activism, Court, Discrimination, Drag, Education, Enforcement, Environment, Etiquette, Eviction, Food, Fraud, Health, Insurance, Laws, Leaders, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Misrepresentation, Name, Neighbor, Police, Privilege, Racial Tension, Racism, Real Estate, Ruling, Termination, TV Gay Swatch, Vandalism

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08-Jul-2020


Fleabag star Ben Aldridge comes out as a ‘proud and thankful’ member of the LGBT+ community 

 

Ben Aldridge, known professionally for being attractive and also starring in British comedy-drama Fleabag, revealed he is a member of the LGBT+ community.

Pink News

Tags: Celebrity, Coming Out, Gay, Hot Swatch, TV Gay Swatch

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29-Jun-2020


‘Golden Girls’ blackface episode removed from Hulu 

 

Not even “The Golden Girls” are immune to blackface backlash.

“Mixed Blessings,” a 1988 episode of the beloved comedy series, has been yanked off the content-streaming platform Hulu for its depiction of two white characters sporting darkened faces, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

The episode features Michael (Scott Jacoby), the son of Bea Arthur’s Dorothy character, planning to wed African-American fiancée Lorraine (Rosalind Cash), who’s twice his age.

While Dorothy is anxious over the extreme age difference, Lorraine’s family disapproves of her marrying a white man. The two families then scheme to sabotage the couple’s engagement.

NY Daily News

Cosmetic giants removing the word 'whitening' from products, realtor association stops using the word 'master bedroom'

A Blackface Moment From "The Office" Has Officially Been Edited Out Of The Series

Tags: Activism, Advertising, Anguish, Art Deletion, Business, Comedy, History, Overreaction, Politics, Racial Tension, TV, TV Gay Swatch, Words

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28-Jun-2020


Hulu’s Love, Victor is caught up in the mythology of white gayness 

 

In spite of the varied histories of the irreparable contributions of Black people, Indigenous people, and people of color to queer liberation and artistic production, whiteness continues to be the implied standard for LGBTQ people in film and media. Such a bar begins to coalesce into a potentially poisonous political project of homonormativity, an ideal of queerness that still subscribes to systems and institutions that privilege white, cisgender, middle class, heterosexual presenting queer people at the expense of queer and trans people who are not afforded the same liberties due to institutional and systemic injustices (coined by scholar Lisa Duggan). White gays, whatever their occasional usefulness, have long been inclined to throw others under the bus.

Polygon

Tags: All Rights, Awareness, Exclusivity, Gay, Hypocrisy, Misrepresentation, Perception, Race, Stereotype, TV Gay Swatch, Youth

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19-Jun-2020


Ellen DeGeneres isn’t as nice as she wants you to believe, insiders confess 

 

“The stories are all true!” said a former “Ellen DeGeneres Show” staffer of recent reports that the richest comedian in the world is also, allegedly, one of the rudest.

“Is she always nice? No,” said the former staffer. “It irritates me that people think she’s all sweetness and light and she gets away with it.”

Lately, DeGeneres, 62, who famously tells viewers to “be kind” at the end of her show, hasn’t been getting away with it.

NY Post

Tags: Celebrity, Employment, Entertainment, Environment, Hostility, Insensitivity, Lesbian, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Misrepresentation, Privilege, Supremacy, TV Gay Swatch, Women In Charge

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09-May-2020


Ryan Murphy’s Hollywood Is an Insult to the Real-Life Trailblazers It Overwrites 

 

Murphy has repeated in interviews the idea that Hollywood was motivated by the desire to give a happy ending to people who didn’t get one in real life: Hudson, whose homosexuality only became public after he was diagnosed with AIDS in the 1980s; Wong, who died of a heart attack before she could make her planned return to the screen in 1961’s Flower Drum Song; and the progressives of Hollywood itself, which took decades to reach the milestones the series transplants to the 1940s. “When I was growing up, I didn’t have anybody to look at in terms of somebody who was like me,” Murphy explained to one interviewer. He hopes Hollywood begins to right that wrong and demonstrate the power that cultural representation has to change society at large.

The trouble is that Hollywood isn’t making history; it’s rewriting it. And when you rewrite history, you’re never starting with an empty page. The movie that Meg replaces as 1948’s Best Picture winner is Gentleman’s Agreement, an indictment of anti-Semitism that also won the Oscars for director and supporting actress the show gives to its fictional message movie. It feels like an intentional choice; Gentleman’s Agreement was nominated for eight Oscars that year, and another five nominations went to Crossfire, a film noir that also takes anti-Semitism as its subject—an indication that the movie industry of the time was pushing for change, if not the kind Hollywood has in mind.

In Hollywood, the world is already ripe for change, and it’s just looking for a reason to take that last step. When Meg is released, viewers of all races flock to it without hesitation (never mind that in 1947 a good chunk of them would have had to sit in the “colored” section). As a newsreel reporter puts it, “Racial protests of every kind simply melted away as audiences rushed out to see a new kind of motion picture.” Hollywood, the non-italicized entity, has long trafficked in inspirational stories about determined individuals overcoming social injustice—so long, in fact, that it’s bizarre for Hollywood, the series, to suggest that the movie industry was ever categorically resistant to them. But those stories tend to reflect cultural shifts as much as, if not more than, they inspire them, and for Murphy and co. to suggest there’s an ironclad causal relationship between progressive mass entertainment and profound social change is … well, exactly the kind of story the industry has always loved to tell about itself. “I used to believe that good government could change the world,” Eleanor Roosevelt (Harriet Sansom Harris) tells Ace’s top executives during a visit to the studio. “I don’t know that I believe that anymore. However, what you do … can change the world.” When you factor in that the art Hollywood is talking about includes Hollywood itself, the self-congratulation verges on the obscene.

Slate

Why don't we celebrate the old black Hollywood whose accomplishments broke the barrier? 05-May-2020

Tags: Entertainment, History, Truth, TV Gay Swatch

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