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New Yorker theater goers must see a tour de force performance by Moe Angelos who portrays a young, intellectually and erotically obsessed Susan Sontag — whose first loves were women — in “Sontag: Reborn”
Olympic gold medal champion Greg Louganis is getting married to his partner, paralegal Johnny Chaillot who works for a prominent L.A. law firm.
Jane Lynch is getting divorced. The star of Broadway’s “Annie The Musical” and TV’s “Glee” is separating from her wife of three years, Dr. Lara Embry.
Yes, Neil Patrick HarrisNeil Patrick Harris and Sandy, the dog from “Annie, The Musical,” kissed during Sunday night’s Tony Awards. Hysterical.
Neil Patrick Harris opened tonight’s Tony Awards by promising a “bigger” show — and by the end of his eight-minute opening number, featuring Mike Tyson — he did not disappoint.
Jason Collins will be marching in Boston’s gay pride parade today, and tweeted this photo with Joe Kennedy III, Congressman for the 4th District of Massachusetts.
The London Gay Men’s Chorus sings Erasure’s “A Little Respect,” in hopes the House of Lords will hear them and respect their right to marry.
“I Do” is an important film that deals with LGBT people, same-sex couples and same-sex marriage, immigration, and DOMA. It hits theaters Friday.
David W. Ross, the award-winning filmmaker whose new film, “I Do,” hits theaters Friday, talked about DOMA, immigration, and same-sex marriage — issues the film focuses on — with MSNBC’s “The Cycle.”
“So You Think You Can Dance” star judge Mary Murphy posed for Adam Bouska’s iconic NOH8 Campaign and Bouska posted the beautiful image to Twitter.
Ben Affleck played an “ex-gay” summer camp counselor on Saturday Night Live, mocking the fraudulent “ex-gay” movement and the concept of “pray away the gay.”
In “Gays Beware,” Jesse Tyler Ferguson and George Takei warn of “the dangerous individuals that oppose marriage equality” in this hilarious parody of infamous 1950′s anti-gay PSAs.
On Sunday, Oprah will air her exclusive interview with Jason Collins, the NBA center who announced this week he is gay. In this clip, Oprah asks Jarron, “So, how did he tell you?”
Jason Collins tells Oprah that being an African-American “adds another dimension” to his coming out as gay, after she asked him if he knew “how big this was?”
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