I don't care what you think unless it is about me

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Issue 199: Todrick Hall, Derrick Gordon, Cosby, Mykki Blanco, Mike Nichols, Adam Archuleta, Rob Smith, Rio, Westworld, and more...


the week's
news
& pop
culture,
with a
gay
bias.


| think, progress |


Ten businesses to avoid this holiday season if you care about equality.

Christmas adverts show big brands are ignoring LGBT individuals as a consumer group. "Why not make a story that shows an expression of love in all forms: gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and straight."

Heterosexuals support gay equality, but not when gay couples kiss in public. Image: Channel 4's Random Acts, Gay Public Displays of Affection.

What does Islam really say about gay people?

Twenty-two of the shortest coming out stories you’ll ever read.

Trans murders are a silent genocide: We must stop it.


Trans murders: Those we lost in 2014.

The real Michael Phelps "scandal" is the offensive portrayal of intersex people. "Intersex people exist, and we’re fighting for our basic human rights. Stop treating us as props and oddities."

Investors worth billions demand US firms make gay policies global.


Big, bad tech: How America’s digital capitalists are taking us all for a ride.

Why horrific pictures of dead bodies won’t stop wars.

Is it possible the 1950s were more tolerant?


Is gentrification natural evolution?

All virtue is summed up in dealing justly

MASS
in
MOTION

Roland Caillaux

Art
Skool

I don't care what you think unless it is about me

REAL
BOYS

I don't care what you think unless it is about me

REAL
BOYS

I don't care what you think unless it is about me

REAL
BOYS

Roland Caillaux

Art
Skool

I like my convictions undiluted, same as I do my bourbon

Tired
Old
Queen
at the
Movies

Steve celebrates Thanksgiving with Jezebel!

Bette Davis sets fire to the screen and goes on to Oscar glory for the second time in William Wyler’s classic tale of the old South, Jezebel (1938). Directed with consummate skill by William Wyler, it was the first of the three films they made together. With able support from Henry Fonda, George Brent and Fay Bainter in an Oscar winning role as Bette’s sympathetic aunt, it’s as close to Scarlett O’Hara as Davis would get and she gives it all she’s got. 

Steve Hayes

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