LGBTQ

Steve September 25, 2020

UFC fighters Amanda Nunes and Nina Ansaroff are focused more on love these days. Of course, that’s bound to happen when you have your first child. Ansaroff, 34, gave birth to Raegan Ann Nunes, on Thursday, and announced the new member of the family Friday on Instagram: “Raegan Ann Nunes is here! I am so in love! […]

Steve September 25, 2020

Bette Davis in ‘All About Eve.’ (Image courtesy Twentieth Century Fox) “All About Eve” was a triumph forged in a crucible of rancor and suspicion. Bette Davis bludgeoned the actress who played her onscreen confidant, Celeste Holm, as the “one bitch in the cast,” before adding cattily that George Sanders was also a “bitch” (she’d […]

Steve September 25, 2020

Gloria Trevi (Foto por DanielMedinaMx vía Wikimedia Commons) La cantante Gloria Trevi hizo un llamado este jueves a los jóvenes de la comunidad LGBTQ residente en EEUU a participar en las elecciones de noviembre en un mensaje divulgado por GLAAD. “Todos sabemos que nuestros líderes comunitarios tienen el poder de cambiar muchas cosas que impactan […]

Steve September 25, 2020

The toxic culture of homophobic bullying in one of Australia’s most exclusive schools has been laid bare after students’ “muck up day” plans were leaked to the public. Sydney’s Shore School went into damage control on Tuesday (September 22) when it emerged that their year 12 students had devised a sickening scavenger hunt for their […]

Steve September 25, 2020

Matt Bomer has spoken of his struggle growing up gay in an ultra-conservative religious family, describing his upbringing as a “bifurcated” environment. The award-winning American Horror Story actor explained in an interview with the Guardian that he had to navigate his family’s shifting religious values as child. He realised he was gay in his early teens, he […]

Steve September 25, 2020

SigMa DC will suspend operations on Sept. 30. (Photo courtesy of Ed Gunts) The coronavirus pandemic has caused another gay organization to suspend operations in D.C. SigMa DC, a members-driven organization that describes itself as “D.C.’s only all male BDSM space,” announced that it plans to suspend operations and vacate its current location after Sept. 30, due […]

Steve September 25, 2020

Chasten Buttigieg (Photo by Carina Teoh) As a tween, if you’d said that one day a gay man, with his husband as First Man, could be president of the United States, I’d have thought you were nuts. I’m glad Pete Buttigieg, 38, the former mayor of South Bend, Ind., proved me wrong! In April 2019, […]

Steve September 25, 2020

‘I can serve a menu that tells the story of my experiences with food growing up in a multicultural environment,’ says Chef Jerome Grant. (Photo courtesy Grant) At Jackie, you don’t kick off your shoes. You throw on a pair of stilettos and make like it’s your first night on the Vineyard. Jackie is the […]

Steve September 25, 2020

SMYAL Executive Director Sultan Shakir at the organization’s 2018 Fall Brunch. (Washington Blade file photo by Michael Key) SMYAL announced that MSNBC journalist Joshua Johnson will be a featured speaker at this year’s Fall Brunch on Oct. 11. As a Black, gay journalist, Johnson has covered diversity in the media, the intersections of being Black […]