On Tuesday, Republican presidential hopeful Ted Cruz released a video titled “In Defense of Religious Liberty.” Cruz interviews Dick and Betty Odgaard, who own a wedding venue called the Gortz Haus Gallery in Iowa and refuse to serve same-sex couples. Show More Summary
LGBT athletes Pat Manuel, Robbie Rogers, Julie Shaw, and Lypheng Kim talk about what a perfect body means to each of them in a new video posted Monday. The idea of a “perfect body” brings up issues of body shame, body dysmorphia and ideal… The post Robbie Rogers and Other LGBT Athletes Talk About What A ‘Perfect Body’ Means to Them: WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
Photo by John Sturdy If one is to categorize or even describe BAATHHAUS, it must be in the broadest possible terms. The Chicago-based quartet of Patrick Andrews, Dan Foley, Jesse Hozeny, and Jesse Morgan Young, doesn’t just blur theShow More Summary
Fired for being gay, the former Director of Religious Education at Waldron Mercy Academy, Philadelphia, spoke to CNN last weekend about her intention to “raise awareness” of the anti-LGBT discrimination within the Catholic community. Margie Winters (… The post Catholic Educator Fired For Being Gay Will Not Take Legal Action: VIDEO appeared first on Towleroad.
On Sunday, we told you about the horrific murder of Stephen Sylvester (above), an 18-year-old Austin resident who was allegedly beaten to death by his 20-year-old boyfriend. Since then, new details have emerged in the case, including...Show More Summary
Nick Jonas certainly knows how to keep his gay fans baited and begging for more. The former JoBro performed at London’s G-A-Y nightclub Saturday night, serving up a very literal rendition of his song “Chains” that saw the Kingdom st… The post Nick Jonas Gets Chained Up at London’s G-A-Y Nightclub: WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
Miss Piggy was the baddest bitch on the block before Rihanna was even born so it's only appropriate that the Porcine Prima Donna take a swing (or karate chop) at the Bajan Sensation's bad bitch anthem of the summer. Vulture did God's...Show More Summary
Rihanna had better watch her back, because one of our foremost divas is poised to snatch her crown. Vulture has given us a gift that keeps on giving: a Miss Piggy cover of “Bitch Better Have My Money.” RiRi stans take note: formidable as… The post Miss Piggy Gives Rihanna a Run for Her Money in ‘Bitch Better Have My Money’ Cover – VIDEO appeared first on Towleroad.
Donald Trump isn’t backing down in the slightest following his latest headline making controversy. Asked by Martha Raddatz on This Week earlier about his widely condemned comments questioning Sen. John McCain’s status as a war hero,Show More Summary
When the American food revolution began in the 1950s and ‘60s, it was something of a gay little pond filled with epicures (many of whom were actually gay) who loved to cook and had very clear, if divergent, ideas on how to approach food. Show More Summary
by Josh Appelbaum Jessica 6 feat. Thodoris Triantafillou & CJ Jeff: ‘Down Low’ Singer/songwriter Nomi Ruiz is back with with her group Jessica 6 and has a new EP due later this month, The Capricorn. After recording the first H… The post The OXD Mirror: It’s Going Down With New Jessica 6 appeared first on Towleroad.
Israeli electro pop duo The Young Professionals first made a splash in the international dance pop community with their stellar 2012 debut album 9am to 5pm, 5pm to Whenever. The band formed when out frontman Ivri Lider, already a huge...Show More Summary
Fifteen years ago, Anthony Bourdain’s memoir Kitchen Confidential popularized a new vision of the chef as badass mothafucka. The book exposed the restaurant kitchen as the home of a tightly woven fraternity of largely uneducated would-be-pirates, tattooed ex-cons, army veterans, drug addicts, and other buggers who work hard and party hard. Show More Summary
“My names’s SOAK, like the bathtub,” says Bridie Monds-Watson, better known as SOAK, from a circular stage at the center of New York City’s Le Poisson Rouge after completing the first number in her set. Her banter with the audience:...Show More Summary
Today’s TowleREAD comes from Ensan Case’s Wingmen, an outstanding classic war novel about men in love which now is back in print. Wingmen is the story of two World War II Navy pilots who become friends and fall in love amid the American...Show More Summary
Meet NYC-based queer MC and producer F. Virtue, whose latest creation, a virtual reality video set to his new track “Orange Juice,” brings together some of our favorite things: great hip-hop, high fashion, and The Sims (as you’ve never...Show More Summary
> Republican Senators kill LGBT bullying bill. > Matt Baume releases new book revealing the personal stories of those who fought for the freedom to marry over the last 45 years. > Ohio Air Force Base holds LGBT run celebrating diversity. … The post News: LGBT Bullying, Jonathan Groff, ‘Love Always Wins’, Real-Life Forrest Gump appeared first on Towleroad.
Joey Graceffa, 24, has garnered over 600 million views with his YouTube channels in which he uploads a video every day about his life. On May 16, 2015, he released a music video titled "Don't Wait," in which Graceffa's character falls in love with another man. Show More Summary
Man on Instagram is a column in which we highlight the exhibitionists of social media. Matthew Camp is an aspiring fashion and fragrance designer and former go-go dancer who appeared in the 2013 movie Getting Go. He has since taken his strip show to… The post Big Man on Instagram: Matthew Camp appeared first on Towleroad.
Roger Rees in 'What You Will' at the Old Globe | Photo by David Allen Earlier this in spring, I met with Roger Rees on a late afternoon in May to discuss his starring role opposite Chita Rivera in the musical The Visit. Chatter drifted...Show More Summary