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John Oliver Trolls Mike Pence with Parody Book About Gay Bunny

A photo of John Oliver at the Tribeca Film Festival.

  Vice President Mike Pence’s daughter Charlotte and wife Karen Pence worked together to write and illustrate a charming slice-of-life story about their family pet, the rabbit Marlon Bundo. “Marlon Bundo’s Day in the Life of the Vice President,” (yes, that’s the actual title) is aimed at children between 5-12 and is perfectly innocuous. But […]

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Filmmakers Still Aren’t Doing LGBT Movies Justice

The cast of "Love, Simon" at the Century City Mall Atrium on March 13, 2018 in Century City, CA.

  The last decade has seen a growing number of movies about gay teenagers. While it’s still not enough to call it representation, at least films like Moonlight, Blue is the Warmest Color, and Call Me by Your Name have made headlines and won awards. There’s just one problem: all of these are morose dramas, and […]

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A Critique of the New Season of ‘Will & Grace’

The cast of "Will & Grace" kick off the 2017 season at Universal Studios.

  Will & Grace, the early 2000s sitcom about how gay people (well, affluent white gay men) are just normal people living normal lives, is back on air. The producers have erased the show’s 2006 finale as “just a dream” and stepped back into the lives of Will, Grace, Jack, and Karen as if we […]

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Warning: 6 Signs That You’re a Broflake

A man crying. A female psychiatrist has her hand on his shoulder.

  “Broflake” is a new term that’s being used to describe white men who are easily offended by anything pertaining to social equality. Famous broflakes include Rush Limbaugh, Alex Jones, and Richard Spencer. Some even consider Tomi Lahren to be a broflake, despite the fact that she’s a woman. If you think you may be […]

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Why Disney’s Decision to Make LeFou Gay Was Not a Wise Choice

Promotional poster for Disney's new Beauty and the Beast live-action film.

Disney is a juggernaut of media. They are literally too big to fail and can take whatever experimental steps forward they want to with relatively little risk. They did a good of taking a small step forward for LGBT youth quite recently, with their first queer kisses in the cartoon Star vs. the Forces of […]

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For the Record: Wonder Woman is Bisexual

A lady dressed up as Wonder Woman for WonderCon.

  Wonder Woman, one of the powerhouse superheros of Detective Comics’ (DC) lineup since 1941, was created by a psychologist during WW2 to be an ideal diplomatic leader. “Wonder Woman is psychological propaganda for the new type of woman who should, I believe, rule the world,” Marston wrote in a letter to Max Gaines, his […]

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The Walking Dead Is One of the Most Diverse Shows on Television

A bloody sign that reads, "Beware of walkers."

  Whether you like zombies or not, you have to love a show that actively sets out to destroy racist, sexist, and homophobic stereotypes. The Walking Dead is an example of just that. The hit television series has done an outstanding job when it comes to giving marginalized people the positive representation they deserve. Let’s […]

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Lil Wayne Officiated a Gay Marriage During Jail Stint

A photo of Lil Wayne performing on stage.

  Lil Wayne (who isn’t exactly known for being gay friendly) claims that during his time at Rikers Island, he officiated a marriage for a homosexual couple. The rapper further claims that he participated decorating the jail with toilet paper. Bottles of Gatorade were used in lieu of a champagne toast. All of these details […]

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Celebrating LGBT Oscar Winners

A photo of Sam Smith dressed in a tuxedo.

  When Sam Smith accepted his Oscar in February for best original song (“Writings on the Wall,” from the James Bond film “Spectre”), he suggested that he was the first openly gay Oscar winner. He was basing this off of a Twitter post from years before by Sir Ian McKellen (a statement that was already […]

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Gender Fluid Characters Make Sims 4 Free for All!

EA Games announces that their Sims 4 characters will be gender fluid.

  The Sims is a life-recreation game in which players to realize their wildest dreams. Players can design and build their own home, have their dream job, and afford childcare. EA Games, the maker of The Sims, was ahead of the video game curve when they introduced same-sex relationships with their first game in 2000. […]

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