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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.”
One Day at a Time is in danger of cancellation. Here's why we need to save it.
From the pilot we could tell this sitcom was different, despite having all the hallmarks of our beloved TV family comedies: the live studio audience; the extra bright studio sitcom lighting; the three-wall living room set. But this family unabashedly spoke Spanish without translation and the first episode dealt with everything from racism and feminism to veterans and depression. We may not have been in the audience, cheering when living legend Rita Moreno made her grand entrance by opening her own damn curtains, but by god it was immediately evident to anyone who watched that One Day at a Time was going to be the light we so desperately needed, the comfort food — ropa vieja, if you will — that would nourish us even after our binge was over. As Lydia (Moreno) tells her adult daughter Penelope (Justina Machado) after she breaks down over her failed marriage: “I got you.”
Actor Matt Dallas reveals execs told him not to publicly come out as gay
Matt Dallas revealed executives of hit show Kyle XY told him not to publicly come out as gay.
The 36-year-old played the title character in the American science fiction television series for three seasons from 2007.
‘I was told to stay in the closet,’ he revealed. ‘Not talk about my sexuality, to be on every red carpet with a girl on my arm – because you could not be successful if you were openly gay in the entertainment industry, at least in front of the camera.’
‘I wish I had not taken that advice,’ he added.
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Flipping Out Star Jeff Lewis Says Partner Gage Edward Has Moved Out
Flipping Out star Jeff Lewis and longtime partner Gage Edward are going their separate ways, for now.
The two, who share 2-year-old daughter Monroe Christine Lewis, began dating more than nine years ago. On Thursday, Lewis announced on his Sirius XM's Radio Andy radio show Jeff Lewis Live that Edward recently moved out of their home.
"I don't think this is necessarily, ultimately bad news but Gage actually moved out of the house last night. So he went into a hotel," he said. "
(she has good taste in men and even better taste in women... she fights and affirms that she'll represent everyone) 06-Dec-2018
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Kathy Griffin Fires Back After Tomi Lahren Mocks Her on Halloween
On Wednesday, the Fox News commentator took to social media to share her Halloween costume, which mocked the comedian's controversial Donald Trump beheading video and photo shoot from 2017. "He ruined me. Sometimes I do things and you may wonder, Kathy, where is your head at? Well folks, I'm taking matters into my own hands," Lahren captioned her Instagram post. "Yes, some may say I am looking more and more like Ronald McDonald by the day and you're not wrong. BUT I will stand here with my head held high! Happy Halloween from all of us infected with Trump Derangement Syndrome! MAGA! #TeamTomi #happyhalloween #KathyGriffin #PrayersforRonald #tagKathy."
‘Single Parents’ Actor Jake Choi Comes Out as Sexually Fluid
Jake Choi, a series regular on the new ABC sitcom Single Parents, has come out as sexually fluid in an interview with the website Very Good Light.
Choi said he made determinations about his sexual orientation after his first “transformative” role playing a gay man, in a film called Front Cover.
Murphy Brown Star Jokes About Being Gay and Indian on Stephen Colbert
Strictly fans praise first same-sex dance routine
BBC One’s Strictly Come Dancing finally hosted a same-sex dance routine for the first time.
The dance number was performed by the show’s professionals, a change from the mixed-sex status quo.
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Azealia Banks takes aim at Troye Sivan in series of Tweets
If you’re not with Azealia Banks 100%, you may as well be against her.
And hey, that’s her prerogative.
She doesn’t make it easy to back her all the time — we’ve covered her many beefs time and time again.
Now Australian pop star Troye Sivan finds himself fresh at the center of her displeasure yet again, after giving a wishy-washy answer to Andy Cohen about what he’d say to her if the two happened to be riding an elevator together.
To back it up, Sivan was asked in January if there are any rappers he’d be interested in working with.
“I mean, I was a huge Azealia Banks fan. That all just kind of like went south a little bit. It’s just one of those annoying things where you just want to support [her] so bad, and it just doesn’t work out like that.”
50 Cent joins chorus of homophobes mocking Young Buck for hooking up with trans woman
London Club XXL owner's shocking femme-phobic rant provokes 'queer' protest
Man avoids jail after biting off other man's ear for 'looking at his genitals'
LGBT Kenyans hope for court win after India scraps 'gay sex' ban
Among teens, transgender males are most likely to attempt suicide, study says
Christian college stops student from finishing degree because he's gay
What do Colton Haynes, Gus Kenworthy, and Shawn Mendes have in common? (Hint: It involves Sean Cody)
OMFG! Are Colton Haynes, Gus Kenworthy, and Shawn Medes making a Sean Cody film?
The trio hooked up at iHeartRadio MMVAs over the weekend, where they snapped a selfie together on the red carpet.
Young actor Josie Totah comes out as transgender in moving op-ed
Young actor Josie Totah, who has appeared in projects like Champions and Other People, has come out as transgender.
In a moving and honest op-ed for Time, Totah details her journey in accepting and embracing her identity.
She explains that growing up, people always assumed she was a gay boy.
‘On the playground, I was the type of kid who wanted to sing with the girls, not play soccer with the boys,’ she writes.
‘Then I found myself playing that role once I got into the entertainment industry, and people kept assuming my identity. Numerous reporters have asked me in interviews how it feels to be a young gay man.’
She says she felt she ‘owed it’ to be the gay boy everyone assumed she was.
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Christians are threatening to boycott Netflix over ‘wicked’ superhero drag queen cartoon
The Christian Film and Television Commission is demanding Netflix cancel plans for an upcoming drag queen superhero cartoon, saying the show is “driven by a politically correct transvestite agenda.”
Netflix, predictably, hasn’t deigned to acknowledge the ridiculousness.
A petition started by the group asks supporters, “Netflix offers wholesome shows like ‘Clifford, the Big Red Dog’ and even ‘VeggieTales.’ But do we really want our children to sit down to watch a fun new superhero cartoon series and instead have them lose their innocence to sexual wickedness?”
RuPaul's Drag Race has officially been renewed for an 11th season
The legacy of drag queen RuPaul continues as her reality TV show, RuPaul’s Drag Race, isrenewed for an 11th season.
RuPaul confirmed that behind the scenes show, Untucked, which accompanies each week’s episode will also return next year.
‘After ten sickening seasons, the Drag Race phenomenon is just getting started,’ said RuPaul in a statement.
‘I want to thank VH1 for providing this amazing platform for a whole new generation of super talented drag queens.’
The reality show features a group of drag queens battling it out to become ‘America’s Next Drag Superstar’. It will return to cable channel VH1 in the United States.
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Original Blue Power Ranger opens up about going to conversion therapy
David Yost, who played Billy aka the Blue Ranger in the original 90s Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers series, says going to conversion therapy led him to a nervous breakdown.
In 2010, he first revealed that he quit the show because of discrimination. ‘I was called “faggot” one too many times [by the show’s] creators, producers, writers, directors,’ he said.
Then he went to conversion therapy.
He tells Out in Perth that he went for two years and it was ‘quite religious’.
It ‘unfortunately caused a nervous breakdown because I was actively working against the truth of who I was and mentally I couldn’t take it anymore.’
‘After my nervous breakdown it took me years to be comfortable and really be open about myself. It wasn’t an overnight process and it took a long time to be happy and comfortable.’
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