| The sitcom star on the value of ‘Will & Grace’ now and why the show ‘could’ve backfired’ By Chris Azzopardi Eric McCormack auditioned for the role of gay lawyer Will on Will & Grace without realizing the effect he’d have on closeted teenagers. “I was worried about network executives and what the gay community
| Icon talks ‘hope’ gleaned from the LGBTQ community, ‘breadcrumbs’ of her legacy and that time she jumped out a window By Chris Azzopardi | Cher is so low-key about being Cher that calling her is like calling your mom. “Hi,” she purrs with signature simplicity when I phone her presidential suite in late August.
| ‘Colette’ actress on playing bisexual author Colette, making a lesbian sequel to Bend It Like Beckham and her drag-inspired Sugar Plum Fairy By Chris Azzopardi You know what’s to love, actually? How Keira Knightley has now played enough feminist roles to know her character, Juliet, in the bubbly holiday classic Love Actually doesn’t exactly
On Friday, September 14th, 2018 Brilliant Lecture Series presented “A Conversation with Kristin Chenoweth” at the Cullen Performance Hall at the University of Houston. Long-time Houston Public Media host Ernie Manouse interviewed the Emmy and Tony award winning Broadway and TV actress. The conversation topics ranged from her upbringing in Oklahoma as a child of adoption and
‘Love, Simon’ star on her breakout role as a gay-supportive teacher and why the LGBTQ community loves the ladies of Insecure By Chris Azzopardi Oh, sure, actress Natasha Rothwell’s scene-stealing drama teacher in out director Greg Berlanti’s groundbreaking gay teen rom-com Love, Simon is bitter – and therefore, funny as all hell – about overseeing amateur
| The out pop star on his uninhibited second album, finding power in femininity and his journey to empowerment By Chris Azzopardi Nobody is stopping Troye Sivan except for maybe Troye Sivan. No queer-averse label bosses, no identity-stifling pressure to be anything but who he is: the LGBTQ community’s precious paradigm of unapologetic, unicornian queerness.
Kyle XY alum talks new film, living in the Hollywood closet and leaving L.A. to focus on fatherhood By Chris Azzopardi Matt Dallas can laugh now, but his former life as a gay man living as a straight man wasn’t a joke. Dallas was told to stay in the closet after moving to L.A. to
| RuPaul’s Drag Race’s Muscle Queen Shapes Up the City as Part of the Werq The World USA Tour By Tom Tietjen Kameron Michaels’ rise to the top three on this past season’s RuPaul’s Drag Race came as a surprise to many, but to none as much as the muscle queen herself. While the quiet
| When not fashioning crop tops for gay guys, the actor is the spy you wouldn’t mind being dumped by By Chris Azzopardi No straight man has ever offered to make me a crop top, but Justin Theroux is no ordinary straight man. If you’ve seen him in all his shirtless, ripped, oiled glory in
This is The 2nd release from his new album, word of love The Word of Love album is Raph Solo’s little notebook on relationships, a “what to do and what not to do” with matters of the heart, which he wrote from experience. In his new single, Broken Hearts, he continues where he left off