Gay Entertainment: Film, TV, Celebrities & Much More
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Robert Yang’s “The Tearoom” is a video game where you have to give furtive blowjobs while avoiding the police; it’s also based on a 1962 historical event
Most bi film characters get portrayed as confused, predatory or destructive. But these 10 films celebrate and examine bi lives in living color—take a look!
If you’re a ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ stan and need additional education or just sensory stimulation, then this list of films is for you
A failed Aquaman TV pilot has been circulating the internet recently, especially since it features another heartthrob Justin Hartley in the titular role
These gay books written by UK authors will inspire and provoke gay men everywhere, from gay autobiographies to novels and self-help works
If you grew up with ‘Where’s Waldo?’ books and find yourself missing those books, this Instagram account will quench that thirst
Sex workers, gigolos, hustlers, hookers — whatever term you prefer, here’s how film history has handled the world’s oldest profession
The film’s Thanksgiving scene is utterly unforgettable, and unbeknownst to many it has a queer backstory
This holiday weekend, you need to watch the award-winning episode, co-written by Aziz Ansari and Lena Waithe
Bloc Party’s Kele Okereke explores the growing divide across 16 tracks that highlight his love of electronic dance music.