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Netflix’s ‘The Boys in the Band’ Is a Time Capsule of Pre-Stonewall Gay Neuroses

Like it or not, Mart Crowley’s 1968 play The Boys in the Band is part of our history. This story of gay friends gathered for the birthday of one of their own — one of those nights filled with grousing and sniping and gamesmanship à la Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? is[…]

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With the Election Looming, We Must Get More LGBTQ Americans Registered to Vote

Ahead of the 2020 presidential election, it’s time to focus on LGBTQ voter registration, since one in five LGBTQ Americans aren’t currently registered.

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AIDS/LifeCycle, World-Famous LGBTQ Fundraiser, Hoping to Return in 2022

The week-long annual bike ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles emailed AIDS/LifeCycle 2021 registrants this week to relay the unfortunate news.

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Bright Light Bright Light Goes Collaboration-Crazy on Stellar New Album ‘Fun City’

Rod Thomas – the mastermind and general all-around nice bloke who is Bright Light Bright Light – has been an independent artist for a long time. But that doesn’t make him a loner as his stunning fourth release, the collaboration-crazy Fun City, makes abundantly clear. “I wanted Fun City to be something which[…]

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