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  • PARK CITY, Utah (AP) — Attorneys Ted Olson and David Boies once argued the Bush v. Gore case in front of the U.S. Supreme Court, but they say fighting California's law prohibiting same-sex marriage is the most significant thing they've done.

  • As HBO's Looking begins, Patrick (Jonathan Groff) is looking for love in the wrong place — the bushes at his local park. He tries to kiss the guy who approaches him, and asks for his trick's name. "Stop talking!" is the response.

  • On July 23 HBO will premiere "Looking: The Movie," a feature length finale to its short-lived comedy-drama about a close-knit group of 30-ish gay men in San Francisco. Eighteen episodes were produced over two seasons.

  • On July 23 HBO premiered "Looking: The Movie," a feature-length finale to its short-lived comedy-drama about a close-knit group of 30-ish gay men in San Francisco. Eighteen episodes were produced over two seasons.

  • The readers have spoken: These are the winners of SFGN's Best of Broward's Food of 2020.

  • An anti-gay billboard may be coming to a highway near you.

  • ASHLAND, Ky. (AP) — The Kentucky clerk who refused to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples has filed a lawsuit against the governor, claiming he violated her religious freedom by telling all clerks that they must either issue licenses or resign.

  • A national religious liberty bill that has been labeled "a Pandora's Box of taxpayer-funded discrimination against same-sex couples and their children" by the ACLU, has been accepted by the Republican National Committee Monday.

  • Four-time Olympic gold medalist Greg Louganis is universally recognized as the greatest diver ever, but his greatest impact may ultimately come from being one of the first openly gay athletes in America. The intimate documentary "Back On Board: Greg Louganis" looks at the public triumphs and private struggles of this LGBT trailblazer. It debuted Tuesday, August 4 exclusively on HBO.

  • HBO's fascinating, sometimes touching new documentary "Suited" dispels numerous myths about transgender people – the film might even open a few doors for this newly emerging community.

  • With December right around the corner, many are already clearing their DVRs to make room for their favorite TV holiday specials. For those looking for something that is LGBT friendly, HBO’s upcoming docu-series “15: A Quinceañera Story” is worthy of that record button.

  • PARK CITY, Utah (AP) _ Though they are not considered legally married in Utah, several gay and lesbian couples were feted with a wedding celebration as part of HBO's promotion of its upcoming documentary on gay marriage, ``The Case Against 8.''

  • When we last saw Patrick (Jonathan Groff) and Richie (Raul Castillo), the young, seemingly star-struck gay couple on HBO's serial Looking, they were taking a "break" from each other. Viewers were aghast--a week or two earlier, the guys seemed to have cemented their relationship. In one of the most lovely and lyrical episodes from Looking's first season, Patrick and Richie took a day off from their jobs and spent a very romantic afternoon walking around San Francisco together. They learned more about the city they call home, and more about each other. What happened? And more importantly, what will happen? Tune in tomorrow, as they say in TV land.

  • Issa Rae, the actress and director better known for her breakout HBO series “Insecure,” is set to start producing two new projects in 2017 — one of those being a comedy-series about a bisexual black man.

  • HBO's John Oliver says he likes the idea of keeping as much as possible about his show a secret until it airs each week, a philosophy he took to the extreme last spring when he traveled to Moscow to interview Edward Snowden.

  • On Feb. 24, HBO Documentary Films premiered, “Happy Birthday to a Beautiful Woman: A Portrait of My Mother,”Mickalene Thomas' short, sweet tribute to her late mom.

  • Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender news bites for the week.

  • James Franco and Maggie Gyllenhaal are sensational in HBO's "The Deuce," a new, serialized docudrama about the birth and rise of New York's porn industry, circa 1971-72.

  • Ben Steele's terrifying new documentary “Hunted: The War Against Gays in Russia,” informs us that the situation for LGBT people in Russia is far more dire than we in the United States may have realized. Steele takes his cameras directly into a country whose population has become obsessed, in the worst way possible, with LGBT people.

  • There are many tales being told in “The Case Against 8,” Ben Cotner and Ryan White's riveting new documentary about one of the lawsuits which changed the course of LGBT history by opening the marriage equality floodgates.

  • Susan Sontag (1933-2004) lived a life immersed in the arts, in politics, and in intellectual thought. During her lifetime she authored books, made films about controversial issues of her day, and wrote scores of essays. She was one of her era's most influential thinkers.

  • HBO's production of Larry Kramer's “The Normal Heart,” which premieres on Sunday, May 25 at 9 p.m., is a true life story which will likely tug at viewers' heartstrings even as it fills them with rage.

  • Derek needed a suit for his wedding. Aiden needed something for his bar mitzvah. Everett wanted a sharp interview outfit.