queer as folk

May 4th was a day I'd been anticipating for some time. That was the day Assistant Attorney General Karol Mason, who heads the Office of Justice Programs in the Department of Justice, publicly announced a new agency-wide policy directing her staff to stop using "disparaging labels" like "ex-convict" and "ex-felon" in all their communications.
Do we really need tone-deaf shallowness coming from the heroic gay co-creator of one of the most significant and impactful gay comedies on television? For fluffy pancakes?
"This was in the '80s," Lipman chimed in. "People weren't out and open as they are now. This was a long time ago." What's
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This week's episode features Johann, a South African man who grew up closeted and lonely until he discovered the gay community in a place he could never have imagined as a child: at a screening of Drag Race, hosted by Seattle performer Ben DeLaCreme.
What's the entertainment that made you who you are today? That Eagle conversation left me wanting to find more of the formative media that shaped gay men's lives. I've never read any Isherwood, and haven't seen Mame. What else have I been missing?
It's official. HBO canceled Looking, which is bad news for fans of something different. The Season 2 finale typified everything I loved about this show: its subtlety. I think that's one major reason it flew under the radar and even garnered an amazing amount of invective and derision from some viewers.
Check out the trailer above. “Whether he’s reinventing Doctor Who for a whole new generation, or creating riveting gay and
Since he's a relatively youthful 45-year-old, it's genuinely hard to think of Hal Sparks as an elder statesman of broadcasting. But then again, given that Sparks booked his first professional TV hosting gig while still in high school, he's already got over a quarter-of-a-century of in-front-of-the-camera time under his belt.
Directed by Casper Andreas ("Going Down in LA-LA Land"), "Kiss Me, Kill Me" will star Harold alongside Van Hansis, Matthew
"I once read about a scientific institute which had studied the male erection," Davies said. "It divided the hard-on into
Art, in its best form, allows you to experience life and ultimately changes the way you view the world. Will & Grace was one of those rare television shows to do just that. It was entertaining, but it did more than just amuse its viewers.
Those of us whose work and very lives are still deemed "offensive" by some need clear procedures and policies for those moments when we are targeted. It's time for some transparency and clarity from Facebook.
Netflix's arsenal of ready-to-watch TV shows and movies changes every week. Titles run out of contract, and new ones are
Gale Harold, best known as Brian Kinney from Showtime's Queer as Folk, weighed in on what was once the most controversial character to portray.
A second series of "Queer As Folk" aired in the UK in 2000, in which Hunnam reprised his role, and since then he's been busy