LGBTQ

Steve September 22, 2021

The late Willie Garson may be best known for playing Carrie Bradford’s gay best friend in Sex and the City, but his favourite role was being a father. The acclaimed actor passed away aged 57 on Tuesday afternoon (21 September) after a short battle with pancreatic cancer, leaving behind his adoptive son Nathen, 20. Garson […]

Steve September 22, 2021

Willie Garson, famous for his role as Stanford Blatch on “Sex and the City,” has died, his family confirmed with Variety on Tuesday.  Garson was 57. The cause of death was not immediately disclosed.  His son, Nathen Garson, posted a heartfelt tribute to his father on Instagram, writing: “I’m so glad you got to share all […]

Steve September 22, 2021

“Maybe not in my lifetime, but we are going to win in the end.” – Air Force TSgt. Leonard Matlovich, Sept. 19, 1975. The road to repeal of the codified charade known colloquially as “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” (DADT), masquerading as something different than the Pentagon policy ban dating to World War II, was long […]

Steve September 22, 2021

Andrew Sullivan, the gay conservative commentator known for his early advocacy of same-sex marriage and, more recently, for being a Trump critic, talked to the Washington Blade upon publication of his new book, “Out on a Limb.” Among the wide-ranging topics he addressed: the AIDS movement’s place in the larger LGBTQ movement; the role of […]

Steve September 22, 2021

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Steve September 21, 2021

A trans doctor in Turkey has been struck off and accused of “disturbing public morality” for wearing a bikini to the beach. According to Bianet, shortly after Dr Larin Kayataş began working at Taksim Training and Research Hospital in Istanbul, Turkey, she was reported by a nurse, who filed a complaint to the Presidential Communication […]

Steve September 21, 2021

Photos Team DC joins NFL for pro-LGBTQ event at FedEx Field Published 15 hours ago on September 21, 2021 The Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington sings at FedEx field before the game. (Washington Blade photo by Michael Key) Photos Out actor George Takei speaks at annual sci-fi, fantasy convention Published 1 month ago on August […]

Steve September 21, 2021

The Mistress of the Dark has brought a nearly 20-year secret to light.  Cassandra Peterson, better known as Elvira, reportedly has revealed in her new memoir, “Yours Cruelly, Elvira,” that she has been in a 19-year relationship with a woman, The Advocate reports. The B-movie horror hostess writes that she met her partner — identified as Teresa “T” […]

Steve September 21, 2021

Kathryn Hahn didn’t emerge from Sunday’s Emmy Awards a winner, but she’s already lined up her next high-profile acting role.  The “WandaVision” actor has signed on to play Joan Rivers in “The Comeback Girl,” a new limited series produced by Showtime. As Variety reported Tuesday, the series will chronicle Rivers’s life in the mid-1980s after she […]

Steve September 21, 2021

Despite the generally anti-business positions of the current Rehoboth Beach Mayor and some members of the Rehoboth Beach Commission, there are still some entrepreneurs who have faith in Rehoboth Beach. One such group is the newly announced Second Block Hospitality Group, which brings together local industry leaders Lion Gardner, Tyler Townsend, Bob Suppies, and David […]

Steve September 21, 2021

World Brazilian president opened U.N. General Assembly Published 9 hours ago on September 21, 2021 Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro addresses the U.N. General Assembly on Sept. 21, 2021. Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro on Tuesday told the U.N. General Assembly he believes in “family principles.” “We believe the traditional nuclear family is the foundation of civilization,” […]