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Author: Dan Loughry

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The New Madonna Album, ‘Madame X,’ Is a Return to Form for the Queen of Pop

Thank whatever deity you believe in, because the new Madonna record, her 14th, while far from perfect, is the best thing she’s done since Confessions.

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Memorial Day Playlist: These Queer Musicians Are Leading Our Community’s War for Freedom

Let’s take a moment to mention some of the musicians who’ve helped our LGBTQ community in our ongoing struggles

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Lizzo Just Dropped Her Major Label Debut. Superstardom Awaits.

She doesn’t just embrace her talent; she bear hugs it, squeezes it until it can’t breathe and coaxes every ounce of soul from the depths of her being

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Pixel Grip Is the Next Great Indie Pop Band You’ve Been Waiting For

The Chicago genre-transcending band release their debut album, ‘Heavy Handed,’ today, and it’s a true cause for celebration

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Elle Fanning Scores a Breakthrough in ‘Teen Spirit’ and Slays a Perfect Pop Soundtrack

Elle Fanning may finally have her breakthrough role as Violet in Max Minghella’s directorial debut

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10 Songs About Gay Sex That Make the Perfect Naughty Playlist

There’s no better way to celebrate Pride than with sexy music, and these are 10 of our favorites

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Openly Gay Scottish Pop Musician C Duncan Crafts a Perfect Breakup Album With ‘Health’

The gay Scottish indie pop musician adds another spectacular breakup record to this illustrious canon with his third release, ‘Health’

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Orville Peck Is the Mask-Wearing Gay Cowboy Musician We Can’t Stop Talking About

A gay cowboy who sings behind a mask, shrouded in secrecy: Say hello to Orville Peck and his just-released album debut, ‘Pony’

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Jordan Peele’s Follow-Up ‘Us’ Could Prove to Be the Year’s Most Divisive Film

Peele’s follow-up has had so much critical and audience pre-release buzz you’d think it would wilt under those expectations

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The New Film ‘Giant Little Ones’ Offers a Fresh Take on High School ‘Gay Panic’

Canadian filmmaker Keith Behrman’s sophomore film is the type of unheralded indie that’s painless to watch and easy to enjoy

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