Tag Archives: actors

Telling our Story: Matt Dallas and Blue Hamilton

Telling our individual coming out stories never gets tiring because there is still someone out there who needs to hear it. They need to hear it to help education them about lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender folks. They need to … Continue reading

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Random Eye Candy: Neil Patrick Harris’s Rolling Stone Cover

Neil Patrick Harris appears on the cover of Rolling Stone‘s May 22, 2014 issue in less clothing than a Chippendale’s dancer (I’d like to attend whatever black tie event he’s headed to in that outfit). Rolling Stone not only teases … Continue reading

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Movie Review: ‘Dallas Buyers Club’

Dallas Buyers Club is a film that shows that good movie making can still happen. The movie, staring Matthew McConaughey, Jennifer Garner and Jared Leto follows the story of Ron Woodroof, a homophobic, Dallas party man who contracts HIV. We … Continue reading

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LGBT Profile: Actor Eduardo Bar; Gay, Blind and HIV-Positive

Eduardo Bar came to this country from Buenos Aires to follow his dream of becoming an actor. While in the United States, Bar learned that he was HIV positive, and lost his sight due to complications from meningitis. But he … Continue reading

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Joseph Gordon-Leavitt Cool Response to Paparazzi’s Gay Innuendo

From Out Magazine’s cover story on actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt: Watching Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s short movie Pictures of Assholes is deeply instructive. In a virtuoso example of table-turning, the young actor channels his camera on the paparazzi that are hounding him and … Continue reading

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LGBT History: Talkies Actor Johnny Arthur

Queerty is reporting that actor Johnny Arthur, who played a lot of foppish characters in pre-Hayes Code Hollywood, will finally get a tombstone after 60 years: When he passed away, the Motion Picture & Television Fund Home covered the cost of Arthur’s … Continue reading

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