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'Drag Race' Judge Michelle Visage Puts the Spotlight on Abrosexuality

'Drag Race' Judge Michelle Visage Puts the Spotlight on Abrosexuality

CELEBRITIES | By Kilian Melloy | Jun 22, 2021

There's a whole spectrum of sexualities and orientations beyond "LGBTQ," and "Drag Race" judge and pop star Michelle Visage has been posting about some of them.

On the Record with Lorant Duzgun

On the Record with Lorant Duzgun

MUSIC | By Anthony T. Eaton | Jun 22, 2021

Lorant Duzgun, producer, professional DJ and owner of Royal Advisor Records, about the impact of COVID, New York'c club scene, and how he came to be a DJ.

Caitlyn Jenner Teams up With God to Woo California Voters

Caitlyn Jenner Teams up With God to Woo California Voters

CELEBRITIES | Jun 22, 2021

Caitlyn Jenner, the high-profile candidate in the California recall election, took to the airwaves with a new campaign ad that tells voters what ails them: Too many regulations and not enough time worshipping God (as she does).

Florida Beach Town Writes Amazon TV Series to Lure Tourists

Florida Beach Town Writes Amazon TV Series to Lure Tourists

TELEVISION | By Kelli Kennedy | Jun 22, 2021

Travel marketers in St. Petersburg and Clearwater, Florida commissioned an original, scripted TV series, seeking to draw quarantine-weary tourists to the area's sugar sand beaches.

Review: Arrow's 'Years Of Lead: Five Classic Italian Crime Thrillers 1973-1977' is Worthy of Your Attention

Review: Arrow's 'Years Of Lead: Five Classic Italian Crime Thrillers 1973-1977' is Worthy of Your Attention

MOVIES | By Sam Cohen | Jun 22, 2021

Arrow Video's "Years of Lead: Five Classic Italian Crime Thrillers 1973-1977" gives the poliziotteschi genre the proper showcase at home. These shocking and morally ambiguous eurocrime films hearken back to a time of great social upheaval in Italy.

Love, Sex, and Death... François Ozon on 'Summer of 85'

Love, Sex, and Death... François Ozon on 'Summer of 85'

MOVIES | By Kilian Melloy | Jun 22, 2021

Prolific out French director François Ozon adapted one his favorite YA novels into "Summer of 85," a sunlit coming-of-age romance bookended by a criminal procedural that follows the romance between two young men.

Review: Revisit 'For Those Who Think Young' to Catch the Film Debut of Ellen Burstyn

Review: Revisit 'For Those Who Think Young' to Catch the Film Debut of Ellen Burstyn

MOVIES | By Frank J. Avella | Jun 22, 2021

The real discovery here is a young, green Ellen Burstyn showing off her comic chops in her film debut.

Review: Heart-Stopping Twists and Turns Make 'Your Honor' a Winning Series

Review: Heart-Stopping Twists and Turns Make 'Your Honor' a Winning Series

TELEVISION | By Michael Cox | Jun 22, 2021

Heart-stopping twists and turns in 'Your Honor' on DVD.

Review: 'Walking With Shadows' is Predictable and Flat

Review: 'Walking With Shadows' is Predictable and Flat

MOVIES | By Roger Walker-Dack | Jun 22, 2021

This film about a gay men who marries to meet his religious family's religious expectations under-delivers on its dramatic possibilities and plods to a predictable destination.

Explainer: Calls to #FreeBritney and Court Conservatorships

Explainer: Calls to #FreeBritney and Court Conservatorships

CELEBRITIES | By Andrew Dalton | Jun 22, 2021

When Britney Spears speaks to a Los Angeles judge, she'll do it 13 years into a court-enforced conservatorship that has exercised vast control of her life and money.

Spielberg's Amblin to Make Several Films a Year for Netflix

Spielberg's Amblin to Make Several Films a Year for Netflix

MOVIES | By Jake Coyle | Jun 22, 2021

Steven Spielberg has set a new deal with Netflix in which his production company will make multiple feature films per year for the streaming giant.

Billy Eichner Shares 'Infuriating' Journey to Make Upcoming Rom-Com

Billy Eichner Shares 'Infuriating' Journey to Make Upcoming Rom-Com

TELEVISION | By Emell Adolphus | Jun 21, 2021

In a sarcastic Tweet, Eichner thanked Hollywood for the 100-year wait to create a romantic-comedy about gay men.

Review: 'Hold These Truths' Celebrates Pacifist Hero

Review: 'Hold These Truths' Celebrates Pacifist Hero

THEATRE | By Adam Brinklow | Jun 21, 2021

In Jeanne Sakata's one-person play actor Jomar Tagatac is superb as Gordon Hirabayashi, a sunny Quaker activist staring down the federal government's World War II-era internment orders.

Justin Vivian Bond to Headline B'Way Production of 'Tales of the City'

Justin Vivian Bond to Headline B'Way Production of 'Tales of the City'

THEATRE | By Kilian Melloy | Jun 21, 2021

Ten years after its first production in San Francisco, "Tales of the City, The Musical" is headed to Broadway with Justin Vivian Bond in the role of Anna Madrigal — a historic first for Broadway.

Luke Evans Sizzles In New Thirst Trap Workout Photo

Luke Evans Sizzles In New Thirst Trap Workout Photo

CELEBRITIES | Jun 21, 2021

The gym is never far away from out actor Luke Evans — be it in London, Down Under, or Atlanta, where he is currently filming a new series — and his latest thirst trap workout photos prove it.

Media Personality Francisco León Comes Out While Throwing Shade at Mister Venezuela Contest

Media Personality Francisco León Comes Out While Throwing Shade at Mister Venezuela Contest

CELEBRITIES | Jun 21, 2021

Media personality and former Mister Venezuela Francisco León came out in an emotional Instagram post, all while throwing shade at the Mister Venezuela contest.

Actors Lucas Hedges & Tommy Dorfman Seen Holding Hands in NYC, Twitter Reacts

Actors Lucas Hedges & Tommy Dorfman Seen Holding Hands in NYC, Twitter Reacts

CELEBRITIES | Jun 21, 2021

"Lady Bird" actor Lucas Hedges and "13 Reasons Why" star Tommy Dorfman were spotted holding hands in New York City over the weekend and Twitter was quick to react to the pics.

Explainer: Calls to #FreeBritney and Court Conservatorships

Explainer: Calls to #FreeBritney and Court Conservatorships

CELEBRITIES | By Andrew Dalton | Jun 21, 2021

When Britney Spears, who turns 40 this year, speaks to a L.A. judge at her own request, she'll do it 13 years into a court-enforced conservatorship that has exercised vast control of her life and money. But what is a conservatorship, exactly?

Review: 'Milkwater' a Captivating Character Study

Review: 'Milkwater' a Captivating Character Study

MOVIES | By Kilian Melloy | Jun 21, 2021

Morgan Ingari's comedy is a stirring, poignant character study of a young woman caught in one of life's dead zones, where she's not making progress — and not even sure she's feeling a need to.

Review: 'P.S. Burn This Letter Please' a Colorful Glimpse Into 50s/60s Drag

Review: 'P.S. Burn This Letter Please' a Colorful Glimpse Into 50s/60s Drag

MOVIES | By Roger Walker-Dack | Jun 21, 2021

"P.S. Burn This Letter Please" is a glimpse into NY's gay drag scene in the 1950s and '60s

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