The actor stars as the screen legend in Ryan Murphy's Netflix series, which tweaks history to show LGBTQ artists embracing their truth during cinema's golden age.
She starred in over 39 films, including "Pillow Talk," throughout the '40s, '50s and '60s.
Why is it called White Party? Where did it come from? Why Palm Springs? Warm up for White Party Palm Springs with Mike Ciriaco as he explores the history of the big gay event on this week's Monday Mouth-Off from WiRLD.com.
Christopher Johnson of the AIDS Healthcare Foundation joined us in studio for The Mo'Kelly Show on KFI AM640 to set the record straight as to realities of HIV infection, with respect to the assertion by Charlie Sheen that it was "impossible" that he might have infected any of his sexual partners since knowing his status.
The shock of this revelation was many-fold: AIDS was considered to be a gay disease, and here was the fantasy he-man -- a likable, non-threatening Hollywood action figure, admired by men and lusted after by women, proclaiming that he was gay.
Hidden pearls exist in the world of movies, as well: films that, in spite of being brilliantly crafted and executed, never got the audience they deserved beyond a cult following.
The true love of a cinema icon is opening up about their secret relationship.
What is different with the robust response to Ebola from the onset of the AIDS epidemic is that the world had known about Ebola for a long time before it even reached America.
Maybe YOU are someone else's role model and you don't even know it, and maybe never will know it. All the more reason you should be out and proud -- and your own role model.