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LGBT documentary shows Vancouver Men's Chorus goes beyond just song and dance
The Vancouver Men's Chorus is far more than a chorus. A new short documentary, which will have its world premiere at the 2018 Vancouver Queer Film Festival (VQFF), makes that abundantly clear.
August 17, 2018
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Kaleidoscope LGBT Film Festival hoping to open minds in Argenta District
The event kicked off last week and has events every day through this weekend. Wednesday's open mic poetry night is one of the festival's most popular events, and organizers say it's all about opening minds and sharing perspectives.
August 16, 2018
  
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Joey Suarez, Gay Latino Electro Pop Star, Releases New Music Video “Dancing By Myself” Exclusively on Revry
When international LGBT streaming service Revry contacted Joey Suarez about offering exclusive content to Revry’s quickly growing subscriber base, Suarez knew the partnership was a match made in gay heaven. As an openly gay musician, Suarez is determined to help break down barriers and increase acceptance, following in the footsteps of other great LGBT artists including Elton John, Melissa Etherid...
August 14, 2018
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Curtain Up: LGBT Theatre in New York
The performing arts and the rights of LGBT persons merge in the City of New York, where the plight of one issue or group often ties into the plight of the other. Creativity is as much an expectation when discussing New York as the perpetual construction and reconstruction occurring daily in Manhattan. The city sustains itself on the arts, with an abundance of museums, theatres, galleries, film cen...
August 13, 2018
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'Homos, or Everyone in America' review: Jordan Seavey's 'post-gay' relationship drama is brilliantly provocative
 It’s odd not being fully seen, isn’t it? ‘Homos, or Everyone in America’ is staged in-the-round, with the audience sat right on the edge of the performance space. Yet no matter how close we might feel to the male gay couple at the center of this story, the actors refuse to acknowledge our presence. For all the warmth and laughter generated by this brilliantly provocative modern-day romance, an in...
August 13, 2018
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An openly gay comedian who believes the comedy space is on the cusp of a new, more ‘woke’ conversation
From an expressive child who would “straight up be dancing all the time”, Navin Noronha found himself having to ‘tone down’ his animated gesticulations and extroverted nature...
August 12, 2018
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Film industry still unfriendly place for LGBT people, says Vancouver Queer Film Festival artistic director
As the Vancouver Queer Film Festival celebrates it's 30th anniversary, the festival's artistic director says there is still more work to be done in terms of providing opportunities for LGBT filmmakers.
August 12, 2018
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ShortList 2018: 'Little Potato' Tells Gay Russian Story With an Almodovar Twist
Wes Hurley wanted to turn the story of his journey from Russia to the United States into a movie, but he wasn't thinking of a short documentary. Instead, Hurley wrote a feature script about growing up gay in the repressive and homophobic Russian society, about his and his mother's move to the United States and about a bizarre twist that followed after she became the mail-order bride to an intensel...
August 10, 2018
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Homos, Or Everyone in America review at Finborough Theatre, London
Jordan Seavey’s Homos, Or Everyone in America at Finborough Theatre, London starring Tyrone Huntley and Harry McEntire is an intimate portrait of modern gay life
August 10, 2018
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'Holding the Man' at Pride Arts: Gay memoir is at once messy, inconsistent and powerful
REVIEW: "Holding the Man" at Pride Films and Plays. (2.5 stars) This is the stage adaptation of a famed 1995 memoir by Timothy Conigrave about growing up gay.
August 10, 2018
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Black, Gay and Becoming Visible
In Darnell L. Moore’s memoir, “No Ashes in the Fire,” he describes a brutal childhood in Camden, N.J., and the struggle to fully accept his identity.
August 09, 2018
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The LGBT Israel Task Force and Creator of Eurovision's Winning Song 'Toy' Fight for the Israeli LGBT Community
The LGBT Israel Task Force ('The Aguda') and renowned Israeli composer and song writer Doron Medalie are launching together with Google a very unusual YouTube experience. This experience will effectively turn pre-roll ads into a waiting room where people wanting to listen to one of Medalie's many hits will have to patiently wait, while listening to a series of interviews. But with Medalie's songs ...
August 09, 2018
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Pop star Ellen Joyce Loo was trailblazer for Hong Kong’s LGBT community and broke down stigma around mental illness
On Sunday, the Hong Kong pop star died from a suspected suicide. Reporter Vivienne Chow looks back on her last meeting with the singer, where she appeared to have come to terms with her sexuality and bipolar disorder
August 07, 2018
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Justin Phillip Reed, a Most Indecent Black Queer Poet
On the day I interviewed Justin Phillip Reed about his book Indecency (Coffee House Press 2018) at the Atomic Cowboy  in St. Louis’ Grove gayborhood, he was wearing a baseball cap which said “Rough…
August 06, 2018
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FYI Book Club discusses ‘No Place Like Home’ by C.J. Janovy
FYI Book Club readers were moved and inspired by the stories in “No Place Like Home: Lessons in Activism From LGBT Kansas,” by C.J. Janovy, the latest book club selection.
August 04, 2018
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This Broadway Play Is Changing Minds on LGBTQ Rights
Prom can be a catalyst for social change. The Prom explores the precariousness of LGBTQ rights at a time when, after decades of progress, they’re being challenged by the administration of US President Donald Trump and statehouses across the country.
August 03, 2018
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Why Trans Comic Robin Tran is OK with Transgender Jokes
Robin Tran, a transgender stand-up comic who is breaking through on Comedy Central's 'Roast Battle' and in a new Hulu special, says she wants to combat notions that trans people have no sense of humor: "We can take it as well as we can give it.”
August 01, 2018
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LoveLoud illustrated the generational shift on LGBTQ issues, and shows us our future
Sometimes progress can be a painfully slow slog; and sometimes it happens with shocking speed.
August 01, 2018
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Is it time for a gay version of 'The Bachelor Australia'?
Is Australian television ready for a gay Bachelor? We argue after the success of ‘Finding Prince Charming’, it’s time to increasing diversity and reduce queer-baiting on Aussie TV.
August 01, 2018
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We Attended India’s First Transgender Poetry Meet
As it turns out, it wasn’t just a forum for expressing marginalised thought.
July 31, 2018
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Recognition at last for Gentleman Jack, Britain’s ‘first modern lesbian’
Anne Lister has been honoured in the church where she wed, and her tales of passionate affairs are now the subject of a TV drama
July 29, 2018
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'The Flash' Will Introduce a New LGBT Character in Season 5
The Flash will introduce a new LGBT character when the show returns for its fifth season.Announced during The CW series' panel at San Diego Comic-Con last weekend, there weren't a lot of details provided about the character, but this won't be the first LGBT character on the series. Star City [...]
July 29, 2018
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Los Angeles LGBT Center Will Host Two LA Movie Premieres
Los Angeles LGBT Center's Lily Tomlin/Jane Wagner Cultural Arts Center and StandOut Productions have announced a special, one-night-only event - the Los Angeles premiere screening of the latest work from award-winning filmmaker Andrea Meyerson. The award-winning Getting Started and One Way Street, both written and directed by Ms. Meyerson, make their LA debuts at the Center's Renberg Theatre on Sa...
July 27, 2018
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The Comedy-Destroying, Soul-Affirming Art of Hannah Gadsby
Creating the furious stand-up special “Nanette” was an act of self-preservation for the Australian star. The result has been a sensation “beyond my comprehension.”
July 25, 2018
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