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Sex Therapist Contends Straight Men Having Sex with Men Aren't Gay, Just Getting Off

Sex Therapist Contends Straight Men Having Sex with Men Aren't Gay, Just Getting Off

Mar 2, 2021

When is sex between men not gay? How about when straight men do it, so contends sex therapist Dr. Joe Kort.

Armie Hammer Moves Out in Dead of Night, Leaves Bound Mannequin in Trash

Armie Hammer Moves Out in Dead of Night, Leaves Bound Mannequin in Trash

Mar 2, 2021

Armie Hammer moved out of the Beverly Hills house he shared with his estranged wife Elizabeth Chambers over the weekend. And he did so "under the cover of night," soures have reported.

Federal Judge Tosses Trans Beauty Queen's Suit Against Miss United States of America

Federal Judge Tosses Trans Beauty Queen's Suit Against Miss United States of America

By Kilian Melloy | Mar 2, 2021

Though a federal judge in Oregon dismissed the lawsuit alleging discrimination, transgender beauty pageant winner plaintiff says awareness was raised.

Comic-Con to Remain Virtual in 2021, Cites Financial Strain

Comic-Con to Remain Virtual in 2021, Cites Financial Strain

Mar 2, 2021

San Diego Comic-Con will remain virtual for the July event, but organizers are planning for a smaller-scale gathering later this year.

LOL: Gym Bros Took the 'Cake Test' — Now They Test Their Junk

LOL: Gym Bros Took the 'Cake Test' — Now They Test Their Junk

Mar 1, 2021

In the LOL department are a pair of tests that gym bros are taking because, well, they are.

French Military Man-Turned-Escort-Turned Tattoo Artist Clément Grobotek's Revealing Book to be Filmed

French Military Man-Turned-Escort-Turned Tattoo Artist Clément Grobotek's Revealing Book to be Filmed

Feb 28, 2021

Last summer tattoo artist Clément Grobotek turned heads in France with the publication of "Moi, j'embrasse" ("Me, I Embrace"), his account of his escort days. It looks like it will soon be a six-part television series.

Vaccination 'Passports' May Open Society, But Inequity Looms

Vaccination 'Passports' May Open Society, But Inequity Looms

By Laurie Kellman | Feb 27, 2021

Israel is experimenting with vaccine passports for public gatherings, but it also raises the prospect of further dividing the world along the lines of wealth and vaccine access, creating ethical and logistical issues.

Trans Activist, Adult Star Buck Angel Called 911 to Report Gaga's Dognapping; FBI Now Investigating

Trans Activist, Adult Star Buck Angel Called 911 to Report Gaga's Dognapping; FBI Now Investigating

Feb 26, 2021

Adult performer and trans activist Buck Angel called 911 to report the assault of Lady Gaga's dog walker. It's also being reported that the FBI is now on the case.

A Mister No More: Mr. Potato Head Goes Gender Neutral

A Mister No More: Mr. Potato Head Goes Gender Neutral

Feb 25, 2021

Mr. Potato Head is no longer a mister. Hasbro, the company that makes the potato-shaped plastic toy, is giving the spud a gender neutral new name: Potato Head. The change will appear on boxes this year.

One Million Moms Calls for Boycott of American Girl Doll

One Million Moms Calls for Boycott of American Girl Doll

By Kevin Schattenkirk | Feb 21, 2021

The designated hate group is calling for a boycott of American Girl until the Kira Bailey doll — with a backstory of having lesbian aunts — is discontinued.

How a Queer Black Feminist Cultural Engineer is Turning Fashion Into a Movement

How a Queer Black Feminist Cultural Engineer is Turning Fashion Into a Movement

By Matthew Wexler | Feb 21, 2021

Fresco Steez is sending a clear message to advocates, allies and even oppressors: what we wear matters. She describes her new collaboration with Levi's as a representation of Black Culture, Black political history, and Black art and design.

Watch: ABC News Doc About OnlyFans Hits Hulu

Watch: ABC News Doc About OnlyFans Hits Hulu

Feb 17, 2021

ABC News has a new documentary about the website/app OnlyFans, a subscription service that is primarily used by adult entertainment performers, and it is now hit Hulu.

Graceland Plans In-Person Events During Elvis Week

Graceland Plans In-Person Events During Elvis Week

Feb 17, 2021

On the 44th anniversary of Elvis Presley's death, fans will get to celebrate the musician once again at the annual Elvis Week event in Memphis, Tennessee.

Watch: 'It's a Sin' Trailer for HBO Max Miniseries

Watch: 'It's a Sin' Trailer for HBO Max Miniseries

By Kevin Schattenkirk | Feb 15, 2021

The trailer for the new British miniseries "It's a Sin," which will debut on HBO Max on February 18, has just dropped.

How the Gay Party Scene Short-Circuited and Became a Moneymaking Bonanza

How the Gay Party Scene Short-Circuited and Became a Moneymaking Bonanza

Feb 15, 2021

On one side, there are those who continue to push the political boundaries and embrace a legacy of community-building; on the other, there's a group which seems to reject any notions of solidarity.

Aussie Actor Hugh Sheridan Celebrates Valentine's Day with Sweet, Sexy Pics of New BF

Aussie Actor Hugh Sheridan Celebrates Valentine's Day with Sweet, Sexy Pics of New BF

Feb 15, 2021

Aussie star Hugh Sheridan has come out with sweet, sexy pic of himself and his new bf Kurt Roberts to celebrate Valentine's Day.

Single on Valentine's Day and Happily So

Single on Valentine's Day and Happily So

Feb 14, 2021

There's nothing wrong with celebrating romantic love, but the focus on such celebrations drowns out the voices of those who are fine as they are - single and happily so.

11 Sexy Valentine's Day Undies to Lure Your Loved One

11 Sexy Valentine's Day Undies to Lure Your Loved One

By Matthew Wexler | Feb 14, 2021

Turn up the heat this Valentine's Day with sexy lingerie, thongs, underwear and more.

Police Emphasize Clampdown on Crowds as Mardi Gras Nears

Police Emphasize Clampdown on Crowds as Mardi Gras Nears

By Kevin McGill | Feb 13, 2021

As the final weekend of the 2021 Mardi Gras season began Friday, police warned that crowds won't be tolerated amid efforts to slow the spread of the coronavirus.

The 'Double Rainbow': Creating a Full Life as LGBTQ and Autistic

The 'Double Rainbow': Creating a Full Life as LGBTQ and Autistic

By Lauren Emily Whalen | Feb 13, 2021

Last year, Netflix's 'Love on the Spectrum' explored, in part, the romantic pursuits of LGBTQ people living on the spectrum, but their stories and lives are more complex than a TV series could capture.

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