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Gay Superhero Fights Nazis in New CW Series

By Brittany Ferrendi | Aug 12
The CW is releasing a series based around a gay superhero this fall on their digital outlet CW Seed.

Disney Junior Cartoon Features Interracial Gay Moms

By Brittany Ferrendi | Aug 12
Disney Junior, a network aimed at children aged 2-7, reveals same-sex parents in a recent episode of "Doc McStuffins, "a show about a girl who fixes broken toys.

First Big Screen Gay Superhero Comes to Florida Supercon in Sequel

By JW Arnold | Jul 22
Big budget sequels are a given for superhero franchises like Spider Man, Iron Man and Superman, but the world's first "out" gay superhero, Surge, is finally returning to the big screen after a 13-year hiatus.

Four Reasons '1:54' is a Must-Watch Film

By Mikey Rox | Jul 15
Earlier this spring I attended the OUTshine LGBT film festival in Miami, and throughout the 10-day indie-flick extravaganza I caught a number of powerful, relatable and touching movies from across the globe.

Lavender Tube :: Broadening the TV Landscape

By Victoria A. Brownworth | Jun 29
While we hold our collective breath to see how many of us women, people of color and LGBT get to die under Trumpcare, the Television Critics Association is giving us a high five.

Gay SF 'Survivor' Player Plots Return

By Matthew S. Bajko | Jun 4
Having landed in fourth place his second time out on the CBS game show "Survivor," and believing he had a path to victory, gay San Francisco resident Tai Trang is ready to compete a third time on the long-running show.

Queer Comics Leave the Closet Behind

By Matthew S. Bajko | May 7
Just as LGBT movies and literature have largely left behind the trope of a main character struggling to accept being homosexual, so too have today's queer comics creators moved beyond coming out storylines to tackle a far wider array of subject matter.

Del Shores: The 'Wedding' Belle

By Brian Scott Lipton | Mar 25
The wait is finally over. On March 10, Del Shores' newest film, "A Very Sordid Wedding," began an exclusive two-week theatrical release at Camelot Theatres in Palm Springs, followed by a months-long rollout across the country.

The Year in TV

By Victoria A. Brownworth | Jan 1
This was a vintage year for stellar TV, particularly dramatic series. Top on many lists are "Game of Thrones" and "Westworld."

Best Films of 2016 (Part 2)

By David Lamble | Dec 31
This second part of our Best Films list is dedicated to the rebels, the misfits, the semi-permanently disgruntled if not entirely mad souls who will be both freshly relevant in the new year and quaking with targets on their foreheads.

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