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Alan Cumming's New Cabaret Is Studio 54 With Show Tunes

This post originally published by the I went to Club Cumming recently for an open-mike night to belt some Hedwig and Little Mermaid, but stayed to dance with a Beatle Little did I know Emma Stone, Billie Jean King, and Paul McCartney would walk in during my rendition of “Poor …

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Silence=Death Applies to Gun Violence Too

This post originally published by the A cry. A shout. A primal scream from the depths of my soul. This is how I want to react every time I hear about yet another shooting. From Tucson to Las Vegas, there is a routine that happens after a mass shooting. …

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The 6 most dangerous antigay activists in the nation

This post originally published by LGBTQ Nation. Tony Perkins Associated Press/J. Scott Applewhite Watch out for these dangerous zealots. Despite being increasingly marginalized by sensible society, anti-gay lunatics still lurk among us. Many of them have built their entire careers on attacking queer people, and what are they supposed to …

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Harvey Weinstein's Company Booted From LGBT Film Event?

This post originally published by the Outfest, the nonproft organization that produces the Los Angeles LGBT film festival, will no longer be honoring the Weinstein Company at the Outfest Legacy Awards later this month. The Weinstein Company was set to receive the Corporate Trailblazer Award for releasing inclusive fare …

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What Was on the Russians' Fake LGBT Facebook Page?

This post originally published by the The Russian propaganda campaign leading up to the 2016 presidential election included a page targeting LGBT people. LGBT United and several other Facebook accounts set up by Russian operatives said “relatively little” about who to vote for but served “to identify voters and …

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