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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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Bea Arthur Residence Center

A photo of Bea Arthur and Angela Lansbury.

  In 2005, Bea Arthur, best known as Dorothy Zbornak on the 80’s sitcom Golden Girls, gave one of her last performances as a benefit for the Ali Forney Center in New York City. The AFC’s mission, which she believed strongly in, is to house homeless LGBT youth. “These kids at the Ali Forney Center […]

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Children’s TV Show Features Same-Sex Relationship

A photo of a young girl in pigtails watching a TV show.

  Steven Universe, a children’s cartoon series, is exploring queer identity. The popular TV show just wrapped up season three and began season four, which included the episode “The Answer,” which is Steven Universe’s second Emmy-nominated episode. “The Answer” is a particular important episode, not just to fans of the show, but for LGBT communities […]

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