June 29th, 2016
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Alexander Skarsgård on Gay Sex Scenes, His Queer Uncle, and Gaga
By Dan Heching
Hollywood — Actor Alexander Skarsgård is known, loved, and worshipped for his iconic role as the pansexual, devilishly sexy vampire Eric in the dear departed series True Blood, (More)
Queensland Finally Takes Steps To Repeal 'Gay Panic' Defense
By Charline JAo
Gueensland, Australia — Queensland is finally taking action to repeal the Homosexual Advance Defense from their criminal code. (More)
Steve Grand: The Thirst Is Real
By Sean Mandell
Hollywood — Steve Grand made lemons out of lemonade recently when a planned recording session got cancelled. The singer turned a missed opportunity into a chance to relax, and unwind and inspire thirst. (More)
Westboro Baptist Hate Group Has A New Colorful Neighbor
By Adrian Garcia
Topeka, KS — The Equality House, a rainbow colored house that sits directly across the street from the anti-LGBT hate group, the Westboro Baptist Church (WBC), just expanded its presence by purchasing a house next door and painting it the colors of the transgender flag in support of the transgender community. (More)
Post-orlando, Gay Actor Van Hansis Says: 'You've Got To Stay Angry'
By Greg Hernandez
New York City, NY — Van Hansis felt it was important to be out at New York City Pride over the weekend — especially in light of what happened in Orlando, Florida, earlier this month. (More)
America's Got ... A Transgender Comedian Bringing Down the House
By Elizabeth Daley
Hollywood — F. Scott Fitzgerald once wrote, "There are no second acts in American lives," but he obviously never met transgender comedian Julia Scotti. At the age of 63, Scotti took the stage of America's Got Talent last week to regale the audience with her humor, before coming out to fans as transgender. (More)
Straight Dutch TV Presenters Get Naked (And Intimate) To Fight Homophobia
Cyberspace — There are many ways to fight homophobia. Some choose to do it with nudity and awesomeness. Today's case in point: Jan Versteegh and Tim Hofman, co-hosts on the Dutch broadcasting network BNN, who have taken it upon themselves to strip down for L'Homo magazine's June Issue to question people's assumptions about masculinity and sexuality. (More)