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The Single All the Way Cast Give Gay Dating Advice For Cuffing Season

'Tis the reason to watch with your bestie, especially if they need dating advice. Single All the Way premieres on Netflix on Dec. 2.

WATCH: A True-Crime Thriller About The Systematic Hunting of LGBTQ People

Streaming giant Netflix has just released the first trailer for Operation Hyacinth, a new thriller based on a true story of police hunting down a city’s gay population.

Outfest Announces Its Must-See Lineup of LGBTQ+ Cinema For 2021

The nation’s biggest LGBTQ+ film festival celebrates its 39th anniversary. If you’re craving some great new gay entertainment, then good news: Outfest L.A 2021 is on the way with nearly 200 hand-picked films representing nearly every genre, and including voices and stories from the entire rainbow of the queer community.  The nation’s leading…

Netflix Announces Gay Holiday Romcom ‘Single All the Way’

Looks like the queer yuletide isn’t ending any time soon. Last year saw an unprecedented number of major LGBTQ+ moves in the holiday rom-com genre. And for those thinking that it was a one-time gig, it looks like we’ve got the first bit of news: Netflix seems to be the…

Five International LGBTQ Short Films at BFI Flare You Can Watch Free Anywhere in The World

Short films from India, Spain, Sweden, the UK and the USA will be shown as part of BFI Flare and the British Council’s ‘Five Films For Freedom’ series. BFI Flare: London LGBTIQ+ Film Festival is going digital this year, meaning that queer cinema fans across the UK will be able…

YouTubers Are Fighting ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Censorship With Kisses

Now, they want you to join the #BohemianKissChallenge. When South Korean influencers Backpack and Kim saw that scenes of men kissing had been censored from the recent television broadcast of the Freddie Mercury biopic Bohemian Rhapsody, the pair decided to fight back. While others like Adam Lambert have spoken out, this couple…

12 LGBTQ+ Movies Perfect for Date Night

Why are so many gay movies so sad? Sometimes you just want to cuddle up on a couch with your boo, some edibles, and some popcorn and have a nice date night in. What if you want to laugh, or watch a cute romance, or just see a beautiful gay…

Blake Lee, Ben Lewis Fell In Love (Again) on The Christmas Setup Set

The pair have been married for a decade but while working on the history-making Lifetime holiday film, the stars found themselves revisiting the process of falling for one another.  This year there is a wave of LGBTQ+ inclusive (or centered) holiday films coming out. Of these projects, many are populated by…

7 New Queer Holiday Movies and TV Shows to Stuff Your Stockings With

Queer people love Christmas, and Hollywood has finally caught on. This year, we’re getting more holiday films featuring LGBTQ characters, storylines, or themes than ever before. Find seven of our picks below, including highly anticipated new titles from Hulu, Netflix, Paramount Network, and more. It’s the most wonderful time of…

11 Gay Movies That Actually Have Happily-Ever-After Endings

Not in the mood for another sad, gay movie? There are a lot of important gay movies that don’t have the happiest endings for gay characters, especially when those movies try to tackle important topics like homophobia or the HIV/AIDS crisis. Still, it can feel a little depressing when you…

Armie Hammer Teases Highly-Anticipated Sequel to Call Me By Your Name

“Pressure makes diamonds, so here’s to more pressure!” Armie Hammer has shared an update on the long-awaited Call Me By Your Name sequel. The star, who received critical acclaim for his role as Oliver in the coming-of-age romantic drama, said he’s been “talking” with director Luca Guadagnino about the follow-up,…

Netflix Rolls Out Official Trailer for the Adaptation of Gay Classic ‘The Boys in the Band’ — WATCH

Netflix has released the official trailer for its upcoming adaptation of the Broadway revival of the late Mart Crowley‘s 1968 landmark play The Boys in the Band, co-produced by Ryan Murphy and directed, as on Broadway, by Joe Mantello. The film premieres on September 30. The film, about a group of gay…