There are some people (this writer included) for whom Colin Firth’s Academy Award-worthy performance was in 2010’s "A Single Man" (Firth’s initial gay role), his first such nomination, even though he won the trophy the following year for The King’s Speech.
One of the controversial stories out of Florida this year had nothing to do with the pandemic or Donald Trump.
(EDGE) We're not in Russia anymore!
Three fresh faces in the Democratic party. They come from Atlanta, Philadelphia and Southern California with new voices helping to reshape one of America’s two major political parties.
An opulent manse in Miami, James Deering’s Vizcaya has played host to many events: a wedding, elaborate engagement shoot, and field trips of schoolchildren learning about Miami’s past.
A gay Frenchman is seeking repatriation from a Turkish prison in a terrifying story that mirrors the cult 1970’s film “Midnight Express.”
(CNN) Stuck at home during the pandemic with not much to do, Kenneth Felts began to write a memoir, chronicling the past 90 years of his life.
Days before his primary election against what is essentially the Democratic establishment, Alex Morse received a noteworthy endorsement.
A banner in support of Black Lives Matter is back at Hôtel Gaythering.
Retired gay porn actor Blue Bailey has found a new calling. Now known as Stephan Ferris, he has opened his own law practice in the San Francisco Bay Area, where he lives.
CARMEL, Ind. (AP) — City leaders in the Indianapolis suburb of Carmel are backing a proposal to expand anti-discrimination protections to include sexual orientation and gender identity.
After years of delays it appears the case of four men accused of attacking a gay couple in 2018 on Miami Beach is inching towards a resolution.
(WM) A federal appeals court has ruled against the U.S. State Department in its quest to deny the citizenship of one of two twins born abroad to a gay married couple.
(WM) The family of a man who was stabbed to death in February outside of a Chicago bar is suing the bar and the man charged in the killing, claiming the slain man was targeted because he was gay and is accusing the bar of not doing enough to protect him.
(WB) A federal judge in Georgia last week ruled the State Department must recognize the U.S. citizenship of the daughter of a gay couple who was born via surrogate.
Gay life and HIV in the black community is the subject of this month’s film series at the World AIDS Museum and Educational Center.
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.
(AP) The first openly gay contestant in the Miss America pageant was eliminated Sunday night when the top 15 finalists were chosen.
The next Speaker of the House in Maine will be a 28-year-old gay man — marking the first time in the state an openly LGBT person will serve in the position.
Shevrin Jones is a three-time Florida state House representative and preacher’s son — and now openly gay.
Steve Glassman believes he should be re-elected.
In Oakland Park, four gay candidates are vying for three commission seats.
This week read about a crowd preventing the arrest of a gay couple in Mexico, and a Chinese court ruling in favor of a textbook describing homosexuality as a disorder.
This week read about why Joe Exotic is angry at former President Donald Trump, fans becoming angry at a show for editing out a gay kiss, and Tiktok becoming the new home for LGBT athletes.
(WB) A gay man from Guatemala who the Trump administration forced to pursue his asylum case in Mexico is scheduled to enter the U.S. on April 30.
Martin Jenkins, a retired justice and lawyer and gay Black man, was nominated to the California Supreme Court on Monday.
The initial and ongoing effects of the COVID-19 pandemic are as varied as the persons and institutions it has touched.
Tim Lonergan is asking the voters of Oakland Park for another term.
(WM) Comedian Randy Rainbow apologized for a series of decade-old racist and transphobic tweets Aug. 20, advising “there is not a racist or intolerant bone in my body.”
For Scott Travis, his career in journalism could be described as a course in for better or for worse.
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