This week in entertainment news: OK Go, Kanye and Chris Morris return, news on Netflix, and new music from JD Souther, Frank Turner and more!
A Nevada blogger has accused the Clinton campaign of push polling in Nevada barely a week before the state’s Democratic primary. But can he prove it?
GLAAD reinstated the award after 19 LGBT journalists signed an open letter calling out the organization for dropping the category honoring smaller websites.
Some folks feel upset that HuffPo recently renamed its “Gay Voices” section to “Queer Voices”, but they’ve yet to offer any inclusive alternative.
Lesbian talk show host Ellen DeGeneres helped 11-year-old literary activist Marley Dias meet her goal for #1000BlackGirlBooks, and it matters. Here’s why…
We’ve heard jokes about Resting Bitch Face, but it turns out that facial recognition software actually has a way to measure its existence. Do you have one?
A nurse protesting the Trans Pacific Partnership agreement hit an economic minister in the face with a large dildo. Hilarious, but let’s remember her point.
Lesbian kissing used to be a surefire way for TV networks to get high ratings during sweeps week. Let’s see how the kiss first became so commercialized.
In 2008, Tom Hardy said that he had sexually experimented with dudes. In 2015 he said his sexuality was nobody’s business. Whatever. He still has a nice butt.
Jughead — Archie’s crown-wearing, cheeseburger-binging best friend — just came out as asexual. Here’s why that’s a big deal…
A notable religious rights watchdog has claimed that U.S. hate groups are no longer using junk science, but perhaps he’s looking in the wrong place.
A Michigan Republican smuggled anti-sodomy language in an animal cruelty law even though the U.S. Supreme Court ruled anti-sodomy laws unconstitutional.
Did Pepsi, Coldplay, and Satan conspire to turn Super Bowl 50 into a big gay propaganda parade? Yes, yes they did, and this gentleman has proof!
Over half a million Americans are homeless on any given day in the United States.…
The Dorians honor the best in LGBTQ TV and film. Sadly (as with the Oscars) there isn’t much diversity to be found there either.
Iowa is over and New Hampshire’s next, but what awaits the donkeys and elephants in the primaries to come? Let’s take a look…
Carnivorous pianos, blood-vomiting cats and deadly mattresses await in the 1977 avant-garde horror “Hausu”. And the director’s other work is bonkers too!
Apple’s new operating system includes “error 53”, a security failsafe that could kill your iPhone 6, if a non-Apple person ever repairs it. WTF?
We take a quick look at the queens of RuPaul’s Drag Race season 8 and rank each one. Who do you think will come out on top? Join the conversation!
Coldplay will take the stage at Super Bowl 50, but which hits will they play? We list the likeliest suspects and rank their chances. Anyone care to bet?
This week in music news: Radiohead’s underwater fans, Kanye’s new album might not be the best ever and new music from DIIV, Lucinda Williams and Game Theory!
A number of notable African-Americans don’t publicly embrace the bisexual label. But these artists, authors, and activists do.
The director of the trans dramedy “Tangerine” just released “Snowbird”, a beautiful fashion film with a surprising twist ending.
Hunky YouTube celebrity Davey Wavey just made a video ranting about ageism, even though Wavey’s videos rarely feature anyone over the age of 35.
The Little Mermaid’s Prince Eric and Anastasia’s Dmitri fall in love, get married and have kids in this stunning musical mash-up. And there’s more!
The big question is whether poz guys with an undetectable viral load can they still pass HIV via anal sex. Luckily, scientists know, and it’s good news!
Openly gay TV writer/director Ryan Murphy has pledged to make at least 50 percent of his shows’ directors women, people of color or LGBT people. Rad!
Hallmark released some cute Valentine’s Day ads featuring same-sex smooches, but don’t think they care about LGB people, cuz they don’t.
The small Central American nation uses earth, wind, fire and water to produce 99% of its electricity energy. Can larger countries follow suit?
“Arrested Development” writer Richard Day couldn’t have dreamt up the Bluth’s suburban nightmares without John Waters’ wicked influence.