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Ted Cruz 'Drag' Lookalike to Do Porn for $10K

Apr 25
A woman whose photo went viral last week, after social media users said she looked like a female/drag version of Ted Cruz, is accepting a $10,000 offer to make a sex tape.

LGBT History of Arts 101 :: The Things They Missed

By David Rudenberg | Apr 23
We are positively blessed with the necessity, of reminding ourselves that our current batch of LGBT artists had predecessors -- iconic, influential LGBT artists that affected, mentored and paved the way.

Are You an "Approval Junkie"?

Apr 22
According to Faith Salie, developing confidence without seeking validation from others was an uphill battle.

Watch: Comedian Says GOP Politicians Need Separate Bathrooms

Apr 21
In a new video, comedian and LGBT ally Jeremy Belanger takes aim at the anti-LGBT measures popping up around the country.

Queen Elizabeth II at 90: A Look at Highs, Lows of Her Reign

By Gregory Katz | Apr 20
Queen Elizabeth II marks her 90th birthday on Thursday as Britons and many throughout the world celebrate her long and dignified reign. She will celebrate again in June with national events to mark her official birthday.

Streaming Porn Site Laxes NC IP Restrictions

Apr 19
North Carolina residents who want to watch free porn via xHamster.com can now do so -- under one condition.

Lin-Manuel Miranda's 'Hamilton' Wins Pulitzer For Drama

By Mark Kennedy | Apr 18
"Hamilton," the hip-hop stage biography of Alexander Hamilton, has won the 2016 Pulitzer Prize for drama, honoring creator Lin-Manuel Miranda for a dazzling musical that has captured popular consciousness like few Broadway shows.

Jazz Hot Kansas City: Discover The Blue Room

By Maria Sudekum | Apr 18
Traveling to Kansas City? Don't miss The Blue Room, where patrons head when the need for good music pushes aside those lower-brain urges.

Poll: Vast Majority Of Americans Don't Trust The News Media

By Carole Feldman and Emily Swanson | Apr 17
Trust in the news media is being eroded by perceptions of inaccuracy and bias, fueled in part by Americans' skepticism about what they read on social media.

Head Of UK Spy Agency Apologizes For Prejudice To Gays

Apr 16
The head of Britain's digital espionage agency has apologized for the organization's historic prejudice against homosexuals, saying it failed to learn from the treatment of World War II codebreaker Alan Turing.

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