LGBTQ+ entertainment critics announce 2021 Dorian TV award winners with Pose, It’s A Sin, Drag Race, Framing Britney Spears, & I May Destroy You all recognized & Mj Rodriguez honored as a Trailblazer

GALECA: The Society of LGBTQ Entertainment Critics announced the winners of their Dorian TV Awards during tonight's Dorians TV Toast 2021 on Here TV and PlanetOut's YouTube channel, hosted by radio personality and LGBTQ activist Karel. For the third time, FX's groundbreaking series Pose took the society's award for Best TV Drama, while Best LGBTQ TV... Continue Reading →

Outfest’s 5th annual Trans & Non-binary summit sets a hopeful & determined tone for the future “we can create power together”

On the last full day of programming at Outfest LA 2021 on Saturday August 21st, the world's largest LGBTQ+ film festival centered trans, non-binary, intersex, and gender-nonconforming storytellers with its fifth annual Trans and Non-Binary Summit with a rich and exciting lineup of events at the Directors Guild of America. The event opened with Kieran... Continue Reading →

Hallelujah! Mila Jam reworks an 80s dance anTHEM into a new LGBTQ+ classic with cover It’s Raining Them “the future is ours, it’s our time to tell our story & shine”

For the first time in history, songwriter Paul Shaffer's 1982 high energy dance hit It's Raining Men, originally performed by The Weather Girls and later by Geri Halliwell in 2001, has been reworked into an inclusive, gender-neutral LGBTQ+ instant classic cover version by New York City pop singer and "artivist" Mila Jam in support and... Continue Reading →

Elliot Page honored with 2021 Outfest Achievement Award “we don’t talk enough about how important representation is & how many lives it saves”

As the 39th annual Outfest Los Angeles LGBTQ Film Festival drew to a close with the LA premiere of Bobbi Jo Hart's rousing documentary feature Fanny: The Right To Rock, Oscar-nominee Elliot Page was honored by Outfest with the organization's 2021 Achievement Award, making him the first publicly identifying trans person in the history of... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: Outfest LA 2021 spotlight artist Natalie Jasmine Harris “I want young Black queer girls to know that their stories matter”

When Outfest LA 2021 spotlight artist Natalie Jasmine Harris turned 17 she was invited to take part in a cotillion ball, just as her mother and grandmother had been before her, but she decided to break with tradition and declined. At that time she was secretly struggling with her queer identity while attending a conservative... Continue Reading →

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