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More than 60% of porn stars identify as bisexual or pansexual 


Porn stars are more likely to identify as bisexual or pansexual, according to a new survey.

The April survey found that 44% of actors in the adult entertainment industry identified as bisexual. A further 22% identified as pansexual, while 26% said they were straight, and 2% said they were gay.

Adult entertainment company, ManyVids, commissioned the survey which asked almost 1,500 adult entertainers about their sexuality, gender identity and income.

ManyVids CEO Bella French told Gay Star News she felt thrilled the survey confirmed what the company had always tried to achieve.

‘We are thrilled that the survey confirms what the ManyVids community has always worked for; providing sex workers with a platform where they can express themselves with freedom and authenticity,’ she said.

Gay Star News

Tags: Business, Celebrity, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Porn, Representation, Sex Worker

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Megan Fox Isn’t Supporting the LGBT Community—She Is a Part of the Community 


Megan Fox isn’t super active on social media, so when she does make posts, it’s usually for a reason—as was the case with her latest Instagram post. In the post, she called out her home state of Tennessee for presenting a “slate of hate,” the series of bills, considered by many to be anti-LGBTQ, that could soon become law. She called for voters to make an enlightened choice, and the response to that from commentators was picked up on Yahoo News.

The bills Fox is addressing allows “private adoption agencies to raise moral objections over prospective parents, meaning a gay couple potentially couldn’t adopt. Another would prevent state and local governments from taking actions against a business based on its ‘internal policies.’ So a business could potentially refuse service to someone who is gay. Other legislation is directed at transgender people, including one that requires the state to defend school districts that require students to use the bathroom of their assigned sex at birth.”

The Mary Sue

Tags: All Rights, Bi, Celebrity, Fighter of LGBTIQ Rights, Laws, Politics, Protections, Representation, Social Media, Support

Filed under: Gay+



11 intimate portraits of the transmasculine community 


A three-year odyssey across the United States to document the lives of trans men reaches bookshelves this month.

American Boys by photographer Soraya Zaman presents what its publisher describes as ‘intimate portraits of the transmasculine community.’

Zaman is an Australian non-binary, queer photographer based in New York. Through their work, they primarily explore notions of sexuality and gender.

Reflecting on the collection of 96 photos, Zaman says: ‘The binary days and the antiquated stereotypes of what it means to be born a girl or boy, are finally coming undone.

‘It is time we acknowledge the human race is more unique and special than these strict and simplistic ways of being which are not relevant to everyone.’

Gay Star News

this american boys project wants to flood your instagram feed with diverse trans men

Tags: LGBTQ, Portrait, Representation

Filed under: Gay+



Bisexual high school baseball player calls out opponent for gay slur 


My name is Sam Culwell. I’m a straight A student, I play baseball for Rondout Valley’s varsity team, and as a matter of fact I’m the captain. I’ve played baseball since I was 4, and I’ve loved it ever since. Training year round is fun to me, and there’s nothing like going up to the field with my teammates after school for a game or practice. 13 years of playing baseball and I was fortunate enough to find a great college program that I feel comfortable playing at.

Last year I came out as bisexual, and in a small school like mine, it came with it’s struggles. Luckily enough, I have helped to change my friend’s and my school’s views on sexuality and sports.... that is to say there’s no reason to discriminate against an athlete for this reason, and I want to be judged based on my abilities, sportsmanship, and effort. I’m better than I’ve ever been because of hard work both on the field and in learning to accept myself. Today my team played Marlboro, which is our biggest rival. I came in to relieve our pitcher after he threw 4 1/3 great innings. We were losing 4-1 and as expected, I was pitching well and got out of the inning.

Next inning rolls around and my coach came out to the mound to just give me a breather. At this point I had already struck out one batter and as my coach comes up to talk to me all I hear from the opposing dugout is “tell him he’s a failure and a faggot” it took all of my composure to not break down on the spot.


Tags: All Rights, Bi, Bullying, Education, Environment, Homophobia, Insensitivity, Representation, Respect, Sports, Treatment, Youth

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Grindr and pop superstar, LGBTQ activist Pabllo Vittar partner to create and offer exclusive content to the Grindr community 


LOS ANGELES, April 16, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Today Grindr and Brazilian drag queen, pop superstar and activist Pabllo Vittar announced a partnership to develop and offer exclusive content to the Grindr user community.

The partnership will include exclusive Grindr and Pabllo Vittar video content and the release of new music to Grindr users before it's available to the general public. Grindr and Vittar will also work together to identify a project to support the LGBTQ community as part of the campaign. The partnership comes as Grindr celebrates a decade of helping users in virtually every country in the world to connect, thrive, and express their authentic selves.

"Arguably the most famous drag queen in the world, Pabllo is an inspiration to millions of people around the world. She stands for authenticity and empowerment through her work and her personal convictions – virtues we celebrate here at Grindr every day," said Alex Black, product marketing manager, Grindr. "Ours is a natural partnership as Grindr continues to be on the cutting edge of culture and evolve to provide our users with new and rewarding experiences.

PR Newswire

Tags: App, Entertainment, Environment, Finance, LGBTQ, Music, Pride, Representation, Social Media, Support

Filed under: Gay+



Alright - CYN 


WE Pride

Forever Crazy

Tags: Burlesque, Dance, Drag, Entertainment, Environment, LGBTQ, Music, NSFW, Nudity, Performer, Pose, Pride, Reinterpreted, Representation, Respect, Re-tooled, Sexy, Tribute, Women

Filed under: Music



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."


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

Filed under: Gay+



Slate: I Made Gaybros for Gays Into Guy Stuff. But as We Grew, I Learned That “Stuff” Could Include More Than I Imagined.


You’ve probably heard of the idea of a queer “scene,” perhaps most often from people who don’t care for it. But what, exactly, is this scene? Who’s a part of it? Who isn’t? Who decides? Is there more than one? What happens when a scene evolves—or when it doesn’t? These are the questions we’ve gathered a group of writers to consider for an Outward special issue on “The Scene” in LGBTQ life today. You can read all of the stories in the issue here, and you can listen to a full episode of the Outward podcast covering more of the queer scene by subscribing on iTunes, Spotify, or wherever you get your audio.

At the age of 21, I deleted every show tune off my iPod Video and disciplined my wavy hair into an almost-military buzzcut. Now, I decided, I was really into trucks and hockey. Previously a too-fastidious Alex, I made people call me Al. I turned my nose up at pop culture, fashion, or anything associated with the gay scene—or at least what I perceived the gay scene to be. At the time, I undertook this overhaul because that stuff, with all its flash and pretense, had come to annoy me; in today’s slang, I would have called it all incredibly “basic.” So I left that basic shit behind and went on with my life as a newly non-basic, overtly masculine gay man.


Tags: Activism, Environment, Gay, Group, Judgement, Masculinity, Perception, Representation, Self Interest, Stereotype

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Actor Robert Sheehan: 'I had a couple of experiences... with dudes' 


Actor Robert Sheehan has opened up about previous same-sex sexual experiences.

The 31-year-old Irish actor is best known for playing Nathan Young in Misfits and more recently Klaus Hargreeves in The Umbrella Academy.

Klaus is openly gay in the series.

Now, in a recent interview with Hot Press, straight actor Sheehan revealed he’s got more in common with Klaus than fans first thought.

He revealed: ‘I think it would be irresponsible not to question my sexuality.

‘I had a couple of experiences when I was younger with dudes where I tried it, experimented, to see if it did anything for me.

Gay Star News

Tags: Actor, Celebrity, Entertainment, Interview, Representation, Sex, TV Gay Swatch

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Gay adult studio Noir Male responds to allegations of “not catering” to the black community 


Last week gay adult performer Jace Zhu stated that he had stopped working for the studio Noir Male (tagline: “Showcases Black Men As They Deserve To Be Seen) because he felt he was “being used to sell a product that doesn’t cater to our community.” A popular gay adult gossip blog followed up on Zhu’s comment by alleging that the studio has a 37-to-30 black-to-white performer ratio, a count that the studio says is inaccurate.

We reached out to Noir Male for comment and they’ve refuted several of the Zhu’s and the gossip blog’s assertions.

In an official statement give to Queerty, Noir Male wrote:

“We were slightly shocked by Jacen’s comments, but respect his personal and professional choices, and wish him the best. We have loved working with him and even tried to get him involved in the creative process when he voiced concerns in the past as to representation; however there was no continued follow through on his end. We always ask performers to come to us with any ideas or concerns; we want this to be a studio that performers are proud of and represent MOC (men of color) in a positive light.”


Tags: Business, Employment, Entertainment, Environment, Film, Finance, Porn, Representation, Treatment

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Women Sexually Abused By Catholic Nuns Speak Up: She Told Me It Was ‘God’s Love’ 


The predator nun walked into Trish Cahill’s life straight out of the blue, on a busy summer day in the late 1960s.

Cahill was a teenager back then, wire thin with long, chestnut brown hair framing her face. She was babysitting her cousins in Glen Rock, New Jersey, and there were eight of them to look after ? a big Catholic family, much like her own.

One cousin was playing outside that day and Cahill had another little one in a high chair in the kitchen. It was quite a common child care tactic at the time, she said ? stick a kid in a playpen in the yard and watch through the window while doing chores and taking care of the others inside.

Cahill was washing dishes at the sink when she looked up and spotted a nun, in a full religious habit, hovering over the baby’s playpen.

At that point in her life, the teenager was still trying to make sense of a painful secret ? the sexual abuse she says she experienced just years earlier from her uncle, a Catholic priest. So when she saw the nun leaning over the baby, Cahill said, she sprinted outside to protect the child.

“It was like, ‘You’re not going to touch her, you’re not going to put your hands on her,’” Cahill remembers thinking.

But the nun she met took her by surprise.


Tags: Abuse, Employment, Environment, Hypocrisy, Religion, Representation, Sex, Violence, Woman's Rights

Filed under: Gay+



Julia Roberts stands strong with LGBTI youth by being totally silent 


Ahead of the Day of Silence tomorrow, Julia Roberts posted a video yesterday (10 April) in which she stood strong with LGBTI youth.

The Pretty Woman superstar posted the silent video to encourage her followers to join the #DayOfSilence.

Moreover, the student-led national event sees folks take a vow of silence to highlight the silencing and erasure of LGBTI youth in school.

US schools have held the day in April since 1996.

Gay Star News

Tags: Activism, Actor, Celebrity, Education, Fighter of LGBTIQ Rights, LGBTQ, Representation, Support, Treatment, Video, Youth

Filed under: Gay+



Pride organizers cancel parade citing ‘current political & social environment.’ They mean racism. 


Pride organizers in a city in Canada have canceled this year’s parade, citing “the current political and social environment.”

The parade was scheduled for this coming June as part of the city’s ten-day Pride festivities, but the Edmonton Pride Festival Society (EPFS) board just announced in an email that the parade has been canceled.

LGBTQ Nation

Tags: Activism, All Rights, Argument, Backlash, Cancellation, Celebration, Environment, LGBTQ, Pride, Racism, Representation, Safety

Filed under: Gay+



Stars Help L.A. LGBT Center Open Campus for Youth and Seniors 


The Los Angeles LGBT Center Sunday opened the first phase of its Anita May Rosenstein Campus, a two-acre complex in Hollywood designed to serve LGBTQ youth and seniors, making it the world’s first intergenerational LGBTQ facility.

The opening was celebrated with a six-hour block party featuring celebrities including Lily Tomlin, Kathy Griffin, and Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, along with guided tours and musical performances by Betty Who, VINCINT, the Trans Chorus of Los Angeles, and Alexandra Billings.

The campus includes 100 beds for homeless youth, a new Senior Community Center, a Youth Drop-In Center, and the Ariadne Getty Foundation Youth Academy. It will also house the organization’s headquarters, being relocated from the McDonald/Wright Building, which will be transformed entirely into a health center. The second phase of the campus, scheduled to open in mid-2020, will have 99 units of affordable housing for seniors and 25 supportive housing apartments for youth.


Taylor Swift made a major donation to an LGBTQ group to fight Tennessee’s ‘slate of hate’ laws

Attorney General will investigate hostile work environment & issues LGBTQ nondiscrimination order

Tags: All Rights, Celebration, Celebrity, Center, Charity, Discrimination, Employment, Environment, Equality, Fighter of LGBTIQ Rights, Finance, Inclusion, Laws, LGBTQ, Politics, Program, Protection, Representation, Seniors, Unity, Youth

Filed under: Gay+



Shangela's Success Shows the Power of Queer Resilience 


Shangela has come a long way.

This year alone, the performer had a role in the acclaimed film A Star Is Born starring Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga — and became the first drag queen to walk the red carpet at the Oscars.

Additionally, Shangela made the LGBTQ community proud earlier this month by dancing and lip-syncing to a medley of Beyoncé songs — in front of Beyoncé at the GLAAD Media Awards. The now-viral performance was so excellent, even Queen Bey herself rose for a standing ovation.


Tags: Celebrity, Charity, Dedication, Drag, Gay, Portrait, Representation, Training

Filed under: Gay+



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