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‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ Star Katya Hits Pause On Drag Career

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Yekaterina Petrovna Zamolodchikova, AKA Katya Zamolodchikova, AKA Katya, AKA Brian Joseph McCook, announced via Instagram live, in French, no less, that he would be retiring from drag for the time being. In the video, he expressed the need take care of himself and have a break from the rigors of touring and performing. “I need…

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Queer And Now: Sundance Film Festival Premiering Several LGBTQ Movies

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Every January, Hollywood industry people mingle with film critics and fans in a mountain resort in Utah to pat each other’s backs and give standing ovations to movies that make them feel things. Otherwise known as the Sundance Film Festival, this celebration of cinema has been known to kick-start major careers and early Oscar campaigns….

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Carrie Brownstein Leaving ‘Portlandia,’ Out To ‘Search And Destroy’

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If you’re worried about missing Carrie Brownstein after Portlandia wraps this year, then calm your ass down. She is reportedly going to be in about 5,000 new projects (give or take.) In addition to directing the upcoming feature film Fairy Godmother, as well as episodes of NBC’s upcoming A.P. Bio (*involuntary shudder at the thought…

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New Trailer, Poster, Soundtrack Details Dropped For Gay Romance ‘Love Simon’

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We’ve already reported on Love, Simon, and its groundbreaking attempt at mainstreaming queer teen love stories for Middle America. Now, a new trailer and poster for the movie are working even harder to normalize the main character’s sexual orientation. After portraying Simon as a white bread, solidly middle class white male with a loving, supportive family…

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Out Showrunner Bryan Fuller May Adapt ‘Vampire Chronicles’ Next

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Like a gay cloud, Bryan Fuller has been floating aimlessly across the entertainment sphere ever since he parted ways with both Star Trek: Discovery and American Gods. And also like a gay cloud, he’s about to rain down a lot of gay stuff on America. Fuller is reportedly teaming up with the nascent network Paramount…

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High-Tech Underwear Promises To Protect Your Junk From Cell Radiation

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Among all the exhibition booths hawking newfangled tech-world goodies and gadgets at the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show (CES), a Las Vegas mainstay, the most creative product presented was from the startup company Spartan. Spartan exhibited their “high-tech” brand of men’s underwear that goes far beyond a Hugo Boss two-pack. In truth, convention-goers were treated to…

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Blades Of Glory: Gay U.S. Olympic Skater Adam Rippon Not Visiting WH

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This is a weird sentence to type, but 2018 is the first year in history that the United States is sending an openly gay figure skater to the Winter Olympics. “What?” you might ask. “I thought all male figure skaters, a.k.a. “ice gazelles,” were gay!” Well, that’s only like 90% true — and until 2018,…

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Gay Bop Star Troye Sivan Unleashes New Single

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According to the Standardized Flagrant Scale of Bopness, 22-year-old Troye Sivan’s new single “My My My” is a bonafide bop. It’s smooth, chill, and weirdly sexy, and it’s already stuck in our heads after two listens. By the way, we say “weirdly” because Troye looks like he’s 17. “’My My My!’ is a song of…

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Ansel Elgort, Timothee Chalamet Keeping High School Bromance Alive

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Ansel Elgort of Baby Driver is kind of a dickwad, as evidenced by the many misogynistic and oblivious remarks he has made in the press over the years. So it probably shouldn’t be a surprise that Elgort’s fellow students at the famed LaGuardia High School disliked him more than they did Timothee Chalamet. “No one…

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Not As Good As You Remember: ‘Breakfast Club’ Gets Criterion Release

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The late John Hughes was a Reaganite conservative. He got his foot in the door of the entertainment world by writing for the often bawdy National Lampoon publication, where fellow right-winger P.J. O’Rourke was editor. He started writing screenplays, succeeding with National Lampoon’s Vacation in 1983, a box office success that gave Hughes a deal…

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