The mob called 24-year-old nursing assistant Samuel Luiz “maricón” — a faggot — as they beat him to death outside of a nightclub in the northeastern Spanish city of A Coruña, as it is known in the Galician dialect, in the early hours of Saturday, July 3.
“When opportunity presents itself, you run toward it.”
The public face of sex trafficking is often a woman or a girl, but one group aims to let the public know that men and boys are also victims.
Gay, British filmmaker Terence Davies has a longstanding fascination with literature.
“Better Nate Than Ever” (Disney), based on the middle-grade novel by gay writer Tim Federle (who also directed and wrote the screenplay), was made before Disney took a stand for LGBT folks after homophobic Florida Governor Ron DeSantis went on his infamous rampage.
Eleven years after his breakthrough via the manic Webby Award-winning comedy game show “Billy on the Street,” gay actor and comic Billy Eichner has come into his own as an actor in “Bros” (Universal).
(WB) Jack Petocz, a Flagler Palm Coast High School junior, organized a state-wide student protest against Florida’s “Don’t Say Gay” bill this past March, and at his school, annoyed administrators suspended him.
First, the good news. There are no multiverses in “Downton Abbey: A New Era” (Focus Features).
Names that are already known in drag circles have been known to strut into the RuPaul's Drag Race workroom during the past 14 seasons, and Texas' own Jorgeous is most definitely one of them.
Whether it is her mega-watt smile or equally warm persona, it is tough to not fall in love with Kornbread "The Snack" Jeté.
Lady Camden was the quintessential black horse of the Season 14 "RuPaul's Drag Race" competition.
“Give or Take” (Breaking Glass), the feature-length directorial debut by Paul Riccio (who also co-wrote the screenplay) is not your typical gay movie.
Once again holiday movies will abound on your TV screens for the Christmas season, but this year there's a bit of a queer twist to the festivities.
Heidi Ewing’s narrative/documentary hybrid “I Carry You With Me” (Sony Pictures Classics) is an ambitious project that might be too striving for its own good.
From this vantage point, 2021 is turning out to be an above-average year for LGBT movies, characters and actors.
It’s been said that the French loved and appreciated the late American comedic actor Jerry Lewis, possibly even more than his own fellow citizens did.
Gay filmmaker Jono McLeod’s feature-length directorial debut “My Old School” (Magnolia Pictures) opens with the following ominous disclaimer: “The subject of this film doesn’t want to show his face, but you will hear his voice.”
If ever there was a documentary subject that was long overdue, it would have to be that of LGBTQ+ cartoonists and comic book creators.
Over the years, we’ve seen it time and again. Oscar voters get it wrong. Remember when “Crash” won the Academy Award for Best Picture in 2005?
In 2022, it’s easy to take the presence of LGBT characters in movies and on TV for granted; a sign of just how far we’ve come, in spite of bills being passed by hate-fueled right-wing politicians all across the globe. Representation matters now, more than ever.
You know that feeling you get when you hear a singer’s voice, and it enters your soul and becomes a part of your very being?
As gay movies about extremely unlikeable lead characters with no redeeming facets (except, maybe, for a large endowment) go, “Waking Up Dead” (Breaking Glass Pictures) is amusing, sexy, and even more than a little touching.
You must admit, there’s something emotionally stirring about watching Steven Spielberg’s remake of the Oscar-winning 1961 movie musical “West Side Story” (20th Century Studios) shortly after the passing of Stephen Sondheim.
Over the past several months, schools and libraries across the nation have banned books dealing with sexuality, gender identity and race, due to increasing pressure from parents worrying about what knowledge their children can access.
Hours after leaving Island City Stage in Wilton Manors, I’m still trying to unpack all the issues that playwright Andrew Kramer tackles in his world premiere thriller “Armature.”
Though the recent film "Bros" tanked at the box office, it did garner a lot of attention for touting itself as the first gay rom-com produced by a major Hollywood studio.
Have you ever read a memoir that is so intimate, so revealing, so honest, that as you were turning the pages it felt like the writer was sitting next to you, speaking directly to you?
Florida Republicans are once again targeting LGBT youth, this time by intimidating students and school staff from essentially even discussing anything related to gender identity or sexual orientation.
The long-running soap opera “Days of Our Lives” has been a ground-breaker in terms of LGBT visibility.
“Don’t Say Gay” is now one signature away from being the law of the land from Pensacola to Key West.
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