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"Love Lies Bleeding" stars Kristen Stewart and Katy O'Brian, Emira D'Spain talks about her gender confirmation surgery, and upcoming TV show "The Idol" includes LGBT stars.

Upcoming Film Stars Kristen Stewart, Katy O'Brian

The upcoming bisexual bodybuilder film “Love Lies Bleeding” stars Kristen Stewart, Katy O'Brian, and other notable members of the LGBT community.

Distributed by A24 and written by Weronika Tofilska and Rose Glass, the film is described as "a romance fuelled by ego, desire and the American Dream."

Following a test screening, World Of Reel reports, "O'Brian is an aspiring bisexual bodybuilder in the late 1980s who moves to a small rural Nevada town from Oklahoma and falls madly in love with Kristen Stewart's character who works at the local gym. In a twist of fate, Stewart’s character is also her new boss' daughter who introduces her to the world of steroids, and also gets mixed in with their family drama."

The movie was filmed last year, and A24 has not released a premiere date or trailer.

According to other early screeners, they described “Love Lies” as "pain & gain for indie lesbians" and revealed that "it has a strange ending that will make this a love-it-or-hate-it type of movie."



Emira D'Spain Talks About Her Gender Confirmation Surgery


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Emira D'Spain, a famous TikToker, and the first Black trans model to work with Victoria's Secret, documented her journey to get gender confirmation surgery on Feb. 26.

"Come with me to get a vagina," said D'Spain via TikTok. "Today I officially get gender confirmation surgery and, you guys, I'm really excited."

"For those of you who don't know, gender confirmation surgery is something I have wanted since I was literally like 10," D'Spain added. "It's a very lengthy, intense recovery but if anyone can do it, it's 1,000% me."

D'Spain finished her video with some inspiration for her audience.

"I don't even have words to express my gratitude. But I'll leave with this: You matter where you are in life or what your journey is, I am living proof that if you actually believe in yourself, everything is possible."

HBO's 'The Idol' Is Queer And Dramatic


 Screenshot via HBO.

“The Idol” is set to release sometime this year. The highly anticipated show follows Lily-Rose Depp drawn into a cult led by The Weekend. The show will also mark the final televised appearance of Anne Heche, who died last year.

On Mar. 1, Rolling Stone released a report with 13 sources who have closely worked with “The Idol.” The sources professed that production on the show has become a "shit show." The report cited sources that called the series "sexual torture porn" and blames The Weekend for changing the story after feeling like the series was too far in "the female perspective."

In response, Depp released that "the team made creative changes they felt were in the best interest of both the production and the cast and crew."

HBO has continuously dubbed the show "one of the network's most exciting and provocative original programs."

The show will include LGBT stars Hari Nef, Troye Sivan, and Dan Levy. The series was first announced in June 2021, with an actual premiere date still yet to be announced.