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Billy Porter Updates the John Hughes Rom-Com With Directorial Debut ‘Anything’s Possible’

Anything’s Possible, Billy Porter’s directorial debut, is a vibrant high school love story that’s sweet-natured, breezy, messy, exasperating and trailblazing. This Pittsburgh-based romcom is John Hughes updated for an era of wokeness and a slap in the face of cynicism. Its heart isn’t just on its sleeve; it’s in its[…]

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Rainbow Capitalism: We’ve Ranked Some of the Big 2022 Corporate Pride Collections

Pride Month and Pride collections are often just a ploy from corporations to get money from queer people before going back to ignoring the LGBTQ+ community the other 11 months of the year. But we’ve seen things change as the years go by. We’re spotting more and more Pride collections[…]

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Hey Guys, It’s Time to Get Our Body Hair Ready for Summer

Summer is almost here, which in gay culture often translates to a season of pool parties, Pride festivals, block parties, vacations in tropical locations, thirsty Instagram posts and even thirstier dating profile pics. Yes, in summer, all activities tend to lean into shirts coming off and shorts getting shorter. And[…]

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Calum Scott’s Sophomore Album Is the Ballad-Heavy Soundtrack for Your Next Breakup

Now that Sam Smith’s star has waned, is the world ready for another gay male Adele? New Calum Scott album Bridges, the follow-up to his successful debut Only Human, answers with a resounding yes. Are we ready for it? That depends. If you’re in the middle of a great big romantic[…]

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