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Legendary 1970 Gay Dance Party Honored by Chicago Pride Concert

PridePride, Arts & Entertainment, ChicagoRenaissance One will showcase of-the-minute artists in an event paying homage to the city's first public same-sex dance. From left: Blu Bone and Kidd Kenn are among the performers who will appear at Renaissance One Arts & EntertainmentChicagoTrudy RingA Pride concert in Chicago this week will offer a mix of past and present — showcasing cutting-edge music from contemporary artists while honoring the queer pioneers who laid the groundwork for the freedom LGBTQ people enjoy today. The Renaissance One concert, happening Thursday at the Promontory restaurant...
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Get Your Culture On During Pride at the WeHo Arts Festival

PridePride, Arts & EntertainmentWest Hollywood’s ‘One City One Pride’ LGBTQ Arts Festival provides a fun and cultural way to close Pride month in L.A. Arts & EntertainmentDesirée GuerreroLet’s face it, Pride fatigue is real. And by this point in the month, most of the country is sweeping up the post-parade glitter and rehydrating. But while Los Angeles's official Pride in West Hollywood weekend may be over, thanks to The City of West Hollywood’s Arts Division, Pride month will close in a pleasantly artistic way with the One City One Pride LGBTQ...
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Stonewall Opera, Chic Theater Hotel, and Bob The Drag Queen

Exclusives, Travel, Arts & EntertainmentExclusivesThis cool New York City hotel might be the best place to stay and see the new Stonewall! opera and closing ceremonies this week. TravelArts & EntertainmentDiane Anderson-MinshallIt’s not too late to get to New York for World Pride and the 50th anniversary of Stonewall since the entire month of June is jam-packed. There’s something for everyone, from the New York Red Bulls Pride Night on June 28th to Pride Live’s Stonewall Day, hosted by Elvis Duran of Z100 and featuring celebrities, activists, and community celebrating Stonewall's legacy...
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Taylor Swift Releases LGBTQ Packed Video for ‘You Need To Calm Down’

NewsNews, Taylor Swift, Arts & Entertainment, PeopleThe singer rallied the gays for her latest video.  Taylor SwiftArts & EntertainmentPeopleAlexander KacalaEarly Monday morning, Taylor Swift released the video for her new song “You Need To Calm Down,” featuring cameos by Ellen DeGeneres, Billy Porter, Laverne Cox, RuPaul, Queer Eye’s Fab Five, Adam Rippon, Hannah Hart and a bevy of drag queens from RuPaul’s Drag Race. Produced with Todrick Hall, the video depicts an LGBTQ trailer park paradise, where the inhabitants, including Swift, celebrate their lives in bright colors and bold patterns....
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This Gay Jazz Singer Has Performed for Mike Pence’s Mother

MusicArts & Entertainment, Music, Arts & EntertainmentSpencer Day incorporates Pride and male pronouns into his songs, and even got a round of applause from Mom Pence (as opposed to "Mother"). Arts & EntertainmentAllison TateEven though artists like Troye Sivan and Kim Petras rule the charts, out musical artists are still few and far between. Count Spencer Day as one member of that rarified group. This Utah-born, New York-based singer and pianist has found success with deeply-felt jazz songs, many of which he writes himself. Day has a new album — Broadway by...
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Matt Bomer Says His New Role Is About Breaking Down Walls

filmArts & Entertainment, film, Print Issue, Exclusives, Arts & EntertainmentThe actor forges new alliances as the friend of a Mexican migrant in Papi Chulo and as a once-closeted superhero in Doom Patrol. Print IssueExclusivesArts & EntertainmentDavid ArtaviaIt’s not easy managing a work-life balance in Hollywood, but Matt Bomer makes it look effortless. The Texas-born actor is easily one of Hollywood and Broadway's brightest stars, and history will show him to be one of the first modern gay actors to challenge the norms of what out LGBTQ performers can play on-screen....
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Nicholas Sparks Tried to Stop an LGBTQ Club From Forming at His School

BooksArts & Entertainment, Books, Arts & EntertainmentThe Notebook author criticized the former headmaster of Epiphany School of Global Studies after trying to make the school more inclusive. Arts & EntertainmentRaffy ErmacAccording to an exclusive report from The Daily Beast, longtime romance writer Nicholas Sparks tried to stop an informal club for LGBTQ students from forming at the Epiphany School of Global Studies, a private, Christian prep school he helped co-found in North Carolina. Although Sparks, who is most famous for penning popular heterosexual romance novels like A Walk to Remember and The Notebook, denies these claims, an...
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Out Star Ali Stroker Makes History as 1st in Wheelchair to Win a Tony

Arts & Entertainment, Theater, Arts & Entertainment, BisexualTheaterThe actress who came out as bisexual during The Glee Project won for her role as Ado Annie in Oklahoma.  Arts & EntertainmentBisexualTracy E. GilchristOklahoma star Ali Stroker made history on Sunday as the first person who uses a wheelchair to win a Tony Award. The actress who first made a name for herself in 2012 on The Glee Project and later as a guest star on Glee and Faking It is also bisexual. The 31-year-old took home the award for Best Performance...
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