On TNT's "Animal Kingdom," one of the Cody boys is revealed to be in a secret gay relationship with a surfer friend.
What: T-Mobile is to sprinkling some “Magenta Magic” on the Big Apple’s 46th annual Pride March, celebrating and promoting equal rights for the lesbian, gay, bi-sexual and transgender communities. The Un-Carrier™ has a long history of supporting equality and inclusion in its NYC-based stores and across the country. Show More Summary
In the days of Gerald Ford and Anita Bryant, Anthony Sullivan and Richard Adams gave a big middle finger to authority.
It wasn't that long ago that Archie Comics made headlines with the introduction of Kevin Keller, the first out gay character to go to Riverdale High; he quickly became a hit with fans, and he was one of the first signs that Archie as a publisher was willing to shake up what people thought they knew about the company. Show More Summary
SQUARING THE CIRCLE: Why Liberals Support Muslims Who Hate Everything They Stand For. As Mark Steyn wrote a decade ago, “So you’re nice about gays and Native Americans? Big deal. Anyone can be tolerant of the tolerant, but tolerance of intolerance gives an even more intense frisson of pleasure to the multiculti- masochists:” And so […]
It's hardly a big secret that radical Islamic ideology isn't too friendly to the LGBT population. So, naturally, in a bit of amusing online...
“[Fred] Caruso, who was openly gay, wrote or produced – and often directed — several LGBT-themed films, including Go Go Crazy and A Four Letter Word, and he produced the off-Broadway news spoof hit Newsical. But [he] was best known for The Big Gay Musical, a film which follows two gay actors starring in a […]
Kevin Keller is moving to the big city! The popular gay Archie Comics character has a new digital first series, Life with Kevin, in which he's out of college and has a new apartment and a new job in New York City. The book is both written and pencilled by Kevin's creator, Dan Parent, with inks by J. Show More Summary
The next Doctor Who spin-off series Class is going to showcase diversity through the lead character. After recognizing how big of a deal it was for the LGBT community to have representation on-screen, the writer and creator of this Doctor Who spin-off decided to reveal that Class would feature a leading gay character. Show More Summary
Gay filmmaker Fred M. Caruso, writer, producer, and co-director of the camp cult classic "The Big Gay Musical," took his own life this week and notified fans in a suicide note that was scheduled to publish after his death on Faceboo...
Though heartbreaking to read, the post reminds us of The Big Gay Musical creator's legacy.
Off-Broadway producer and film director Fred Caruso died Monday in an apparent suicide in Las Vegas at age 41, leaving behind a final farewell on the Facebook page of his 2009 film, The Big Gay Musical. Caruso, who was also involved with creating the Off-Broadway hit Newsical, said in the note that he had found peace before [...]
Playwright, director, and producer Fred Caruso took his own life this week after posting a note to Facebook that The Washington Post described as “chilling and heartbreaking in turns, filled with dark jokes and heartfelt observations.” Th… Read The post ‘Big Gay Musical’ Creator Commits Suicide After Leaving Note on Facebook appeared first on Towleroad.
The presumptive GOP nominee has made a big show of reaching out his tiny hands to the LGBT community this week. The response? An overwhelming pass.
Fred Caruso, the co-writer and director of the 2009 movie Big Gay Musical, passed away on Monday (June 13) after an apparent suicide. The 41-year-old creator, who was producing the Off-Broadway production Newsical, broke the news in a scheduled note posted to Big Gay Musical’s Facebook page later that day. “For most of my life [...]
Fred Caruso, who produced the irreverent off-Broadway shows The Big Gay Musical and Newsical The Musical, died Monday on Las Vegas, an apparent suicide. Caruso, who also produced the film adaptation of The Big Gay Musical and wrote and...Show More Summary
Fred Caruso - a producer on the off-Broadway hit Newsical and the 2009 film Big Gay Musical - has been found dead of an apparent suicide. He was 41 years old. Caruso himself confirmed this new via a message he schedule to go live onShow More Summary
The event, using the hashtag #SpreadLove, starts at 6 p.m., and will be followed by multiple events around town this week with proceeds benefiting victims and their families. [ more › ]
Off-Broadway producer Fred M. Caruso, who was behind the hit "Newsical," died Monday in an apparent suicide.
Hard to believe Pride is less than two weeks away, but events surrounding it are starting to gear up. Here we go!The Uptown Underground (4713 North Broadway) proudly presents: Rob Lindley in NO PRIDE: A Super Big Gay Happy Hour WithShow More Summary