It was the mother Russia of all cover-ups.
The TV sequel to hit gay film Love, Simon is coming out next month.
‘Just look them in the eyes and say, “Mom, dad, I’m…”’
Ellen DeGeneres’ mom Betty asks: ‘Why am I letting her do this?’
Ryan O’Connell’s TV series was a breakthrough for portraying a gay man living with a disability.
The changes are so bad Director Francis Lee has urged viewers in the US not to watch it.
The TV news anchor says he wishes he’d come out sooner as he talks about life as a new dad in lockdown.
Over 450 Prides around the world have cancelled or postponed already.
Also what they are doing with their Oscar and the two places they most want to visit after lockdown.
Being Human and Sherlock star learned to dance for this powerful video about mental health.
Could the show be headed to Netflix? And will Ariana Grande be joining the cast again?
Dusty Limits says going on OnlyFans is helping queer comics and cabaret stars survive coronavirus and perform free of censorship.
Asifa Lahore says mainstream drag is excluding them because of ‘ignorance’ and ‘blatant racism’.
The Netflix series about a gun-toting gay zoo owner has attracted 64million viewers.
‘It was a stroke of luck that we didn’t do it because I wasn’t in a fit state.’
‘As a gay kid I never thought I’d have a child.’
The trailer comes as Love, Simon’s original creator announces a new book.
‘LGBTQ kids may not have a meal’ without the centers.
Love, Creekwood will follow the Love, Simon story while Hulu is also doing a TV spinoff, Love, Victor.
The Buffy-verse star is now playing a gay doctor on NBC’s Council of Dads.
Good luck and don’t frack it up.
Chris Mosier became the first transgender man to represent the USA in an international competition.
Two beautiful songs for frontline workers.
Spoiler alert: Don’t try this at home.
Modern Family has just finished its 11-series run but Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Eric Stonestreet may go on.
Meanwhile one of Tiger King’s main stars refuses to take part in the rumored live show reunion.
Heath Ledger said the queer cinema breakthrough film was ‘not a joke to me’.
Saff is one of the stars of the new Netflix show that has become a lockdown phenomenon.
The event on the south coast of England was under pressure to postpone or cancel due to coronavirus.
The latest Netflix smash hit is a true crime documentary series about a gay man who created a roadside zoo in the US.