Entertainment

Daniela Vega Will be First Openly Trans Person to Present an Oscar

Daniela Vega Will be First Openly Trans Person to Present an Oscar

| February 20, 2018

By Jess Glass, PinkNews – The star of A Fantastic Woman Daniela Vega is set to be the first openly trans person to present at the Oscars on Sunday, March 4. A Fantastic Woman was Vega’s international debut and was highly praised after it premiered last year. Vega’s character Marina has to deal with her […]

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Grace & Frankie Will be Back Next Year with a Visit from RuPaul

Grace & Frankie Will be Back Next Year with a Visit from RuPaul

| February 16, 2018

From PinkNews — Netflix has commissioned Grace and Frankie for a fifth series – this time with a guest appearance by RuPaul. The fourth season of the show came to Netflix on January 19, with guest spots by Lisa Kudrow and Paul Gallagher. Created by one of the scriptwriters from Friends, explores how Grace and […]

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VIDEO: Charlize Theron Portrays Bisexual Mom in Sundance Favorite ‘Tully’

VIDEO: Charlize Theron Portrays Bisexual Mom in Sundance Favorite ‘Tully’

| February 7, 2018

Compiled from reports by the Washington Blade, the Advocate and Variety — At Sundance Film Festival, the Advocate reports that a surprise premiere screening of the highly anticipated Tully starring Oscar-winner Charlize Theron was an audience favorite. Tully is screenwriter Diablo Cody and director Jason Reitman’s third film project. The Miami Film Festival has selected […]

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Lizzie Borden Redux: Chloë Sevigny. Kristen Stewart. In 19th-century dresses. In love.

Lizzie Borden Redux: Chloë Sevigny. Kristen Stewart. In 19th-century dresses. In love.

| February 7, 2018

From The Advocate: Didn’t catch Lizzie at Sundance? Here’s the lowdown, in a complete sentence: The new flick explores the “real” motive behind Lizzie Borden’s supposed murder of her parents in 1892 —  the ability to her be with her lesbian love. Chloë Sevigny (Lizzie) and Kristen Stewart enthrall in this lesbian re-telling of the […]

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Two Out Lesbians Make Oscar History for their Work on “Mudbound”

Two Out Lesbians Make Oscar History for their Work on “Mudbound”

| February 7, 2018

LGBTQ Nation reports: Two out and proud lesbians have made history for their work on the Netflix film “Mudbound.” The film received four Oscar nominations. Rachel Morrison became the first woman nominated for an Oscar for cinematography, and Dee Rees the first African American woman nominated for best adapted screenplay. Rees also directed the movie, […]

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VIDEO: ‘Grace And Frankie’ Season 4 Debuts Lisa Kudrow January 19

VIDEO: ‘Grace And Frankie’ Season 4 Debuts Lisa Kudrow January 19

| January 15, 2018

“So, did you sign up for that dating site I signed you up for,” Lily Tomlin’s Frankie asks Grace (Jane Fonda). “Yes, and oddly I didn’t find the love of my life on hippie-round-up-dot-com,” Grace replies. That exchange kicks off the official Season 4 trailer for Grace and Frankie ahead of its January 19 premiere […]

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Writer Rayya Elias, Partner of Eat, Pray, Love Author Elizabeth Gilbert, dies at 57

Writer Rayya Elias, Partner of Eat, Pray, Love Author Elizabeth Gilbert, dies at 57

| January 10, 2018

  Posted by Women in the World: “Syria-born writer Rayya Elias, the partner of Eat, Pray, Love author Elizabeth Gilbert, has died of pancreatic and liver cancer at the age of 57. In emotional posts shared by Gilbert on social media, she wrote that being with Elias had “been the greatest honor of my life” […]

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Poppy Champlin’s Afternoon Delight Will Benefit Gulfport LGBTQ Resource Center

Poppy Champlin’s Afternoon Delight Will Benefit Gulfport LGBTQ Resource Center

| December 26, 2017

Saturday, January 27 @ 2 pm Catherine Hickman Theater, 5501 27th Ave S, Gulfport Tickets $20-$25  are available at the Gulfport Casino (5500 Shore Boulevard) and Gulfport Beach Bazaar (3115 Beach Boulevard South) Poppy Champlin brings her Provincetown brew of stand-up comedy, improvisation and serious vocal talent to Gulfport on January 27 for a SATURDAY […]

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