Last week, HBO announced that its gay drama Looking would not be renewed for a third season, ending the brief run of this show about three gay friends in San Francisco. I have to confess, the announcement made me a bit sad. Yes, I'm a fan of Looking. Show More Summary
PFLAG, formerly known as Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays, is holding their 7th annual Straight for Equality Gala this Monday, March 30 […]
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The drama, about a group of gay friends in San Fran, won't be returning for a third season.
The handwriting seemed to be on the wall. During its two seasons on HBO, Looking, which followed the misadventures of a close-knit group of gay friends in San Francisco, continued to struggle for ratings success and today the network has announced it has officially canceled the series. A spokesperson for HBO sent the following note […]
HBO's comedy "Looking" about three gay best friends living in San Francisco wrapped up its second season on Sunday (March 22), but is still waiting for word that a Season 3 is in store.How does such a progressive and critically acclaimed...Show More Summary
After a gay Missouri high school student was cited for his wardrobe choice, he got the support he needed from his friends on social media. read more
The show is about so much more than a group of gay friends in San Francisco.
Annaleigh Ashford is honored when friends and fans sum up her new cabaret act, "Lost in the Stars," as "gay magic." "There are certain performers that the gay community receives and recognizes with love, and my whole life, I've always responded to those same artists," the 29-year-old singer-actress told The Huffington Post in an interview. Show More Summary
Editor: Photo courtesy of Julie Goldman "I would be lesbian Maude," is the answer comedian Julie Goldman gives when asked which show she'd reinvent and cast herself in. As for who would play her gay best friend in the show, she deadpans:...Show More Summary
"The open-minded ones in New York and Hollywood are having hissy fits over a quip made by Dolce about the kinds of kids their gay friends are raising. Elton John, who was engaged to a woman in the 1960s, married another gal in the 1980s, and then finally settled down with his boyfriend, is furious with Dolce. Show More Summary
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I have at least a dozen friends whose Christian kids, mostly sons, have come out to them in the past 18 months. For the church to tell a 16-year-old that "God's will" is a life void of romance is a tough message to communicate. What's your answer?
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In a new video, Marriage News Watch's Matt Baume has a late night gab with his roommates to dish on Oklahoma state Sen. Joseph Silk's belief that LGBT people "don't have a right to be served in every single store"...