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Author: Drew Mackie

History
Lest We Forget, This Gay Man Made Donald Trump the Man He Is Today

A primer on how the monster that is Roy Cohn helped inform Trump’s worldview and helped get him to the White House

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The Gayest Episode of ‘Married… With Children’ Introduced Marcy’s Lesbian Lookalike Cousin

The Season 11 episode “Lez Be Friends” saw Amanda Bearse play both Marcy D’Arcy and her openly lesbian cousin, Mandy

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Finding the Gay in ‘Sister Act’ Almost 30 Years Later

A mainstay of Catholic school movie days, the 1992 Whoopi Goldberg comedy has become a cult classic, and it just happens to be a little gay

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TV
Drag Queens Weren’t the Butt of the Joke in This 2007 ‘King of the Hill’ Episode

Most drag queens would be happy to make an audience laugh. But if you look back at movies and TV from years past, there’s a tendency to make drag queens themselves the punchline. Just the fact that a man is in a dress is joke enough. And if someone mistakes[…]

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TV
Remember That One Time Harvey Fierstein Made ‘Cheers’ a Little Gayer?

In the 1992 episode, Fierstein showed up as the high school sweetheart (who has since come out) of Kirstie Alley’s Rebecca

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Gayest Episode Ever: ‘Seinfeld’ Killed It With ‘Not That There’s Anything Wrong With That’

The episode where Jerry and George get outed as a gay couple is a great takedown of liberals who claim to support LGBTs but are still homophobic

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Gayest Episode Ever: That Time on ‘Cheers’ When Diane Pushed Back Against Gay Panic

Diane Chambers takes on heterosexual hysteria in a stellar sitcom episode that has Sam Malone realizing that gay customers are welcome in his bar

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Entertainment
Gayest Episode Ever: The Gay Funeral Episode of ‘Designing Women’ Will Break Your Heart

The landmark sitcom ‘Designing Women’ shows how TV shows can put comedy aside to pull heartstrings and educate audiences about serious issues such as AIDS

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Gayest Episode Ever: How John Waters Helped ‘The Simpsons’ Get LGBT Representation Right

Twenty years before people started talking about the problems with Apu, The Simpsons’ first LGBT-themed episode showed they could do representation right

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Gayest Episode Ever: The First-Ever ‘Facts of Life’ Tiptoed Up to LGBT Themes and Then Never Went Back

Blair’s homophobic treatment of a tomboy classmate tiptoes up to actual LGBT themes, but none of the show’s Very Special Episodes ever ventured there again

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