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Today in LGBT History: Gay Relationships are ‘All In the Family’

Writer and video commentator Matt Baume breaks down history and impact the barrier-breaking All In the Family episode ‘Cousin Liz.’

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Why It Gets Better: Smithsonian Museum Collects LGBT History

I have said to many a person that I’m keeping my own personal memorabilia for the day the Smithsonian opens the National Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) museum. Now, it looks like the Smithsonian may be ready to accept … 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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Quote of the Day: The Word of God on the Coca-Cola ‘It’s Beautiful’ Super Bowl Ad

In my blog post ‘What I Love About the Coca-Cola “It’s Beautiful” Super Bowl Ad’, I gave my take on the the ad, which features the song ‘America The Beautiful’ sung in various languages with images of people of color, … Continue reading

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9 Amazing Same-Sex Marriage Adverts

From Washington D.C.’s METROWEEKLY comes a highlight of ads about same-sex marriage from around the globe. Some are direct; some indirect, but all help to move us forward to full equality: The videos on this list may not exact change … Continue reading

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Random Eye Candy: Chris Carmack as Will Lexinton

Will Lexington is Nashville series maybe gay, maybe bisexual cowboy trying to make it in music city played by Chris Carmack. His story, I think, is one of the more interesting on the show. Though they have only touched a … Continue reading

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‘What If I Was Willing’: The Next Big Hit Out Of ‘Nashville’

When I first heard this song it was on a date. I had a hard time focusing on what the guy was saying I enjoyed the tune so much. It is fun, sexy and the fact that it is sung … Continue reading

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TV Review Rewind: Nashville Mid-Season

As of this posting, ABC’s Nashville¬†has been on for 14 episodes, and the most interesting thing about the program is not the plots of the series two stars. Sadly, Hayden Panettiere¬†and Connie Britton’s characters have been woefully underdeveloped. The writers … Continue reading

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Actor Jim Nabors Marries Partner; Comes Out

Turns out even more people know someone who is gay; including that all important demographic for us, those over 65. Jim Nabors, the actor made famous by his role as Gomer Pyle on TV in the 60s and 70s, recently … Continue reading

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TV Rewind: Where the Bears Are

A few months back, I reviewed the new web series “Where the Bears Are.” I thought that it had potential if it could get over some problems: carboard characters, stiff line delivery and not taking its murder-mystery premise seriously enough. … Continue reading

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