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James Franco talks gay films
Edge, July 20, 2014
Ever since James Franco emerged in Hollywood, gay men around the country have been infatuated with the actor, who Salon.com named the sexiest man alive in 2009.

Watch the first trailer for ‘The Imitation Game’ Alan Turing biopic
PinkNews.co.uk, July 21, 2014
Producers have released the first trailer for a biopic looking at the life of late gay codebreaker and computer genius Alan Turing.

Comic book character Archie to be killed taking a bullet for gay best friend
Independent.co.uk, July 15, 2014
The iconic American comic book character, Archie Andrews, will meet his demise in the most dramatic way, when he is shot taking a bullet for his best friend and the comic book’s first openly gay character, Kevin Keller.

The Emmys are gayer than ever
San Francisco Sentinel, July 16, 2014
It wasn’t long ago that shows like “Ellen” and “Will & Grace” made history for the LGBT community at the Emmys, but gay, lesbian, and transgender visibility made further strides in 2014.

First trans actress is nominated for Emmy award
PinkNews.co.uk, July 11, 2014
Laverne Cox has become the first openly trans actress to ever be nominated for an Emmy award. The Orange is the New Black star picked up a surprise nomination for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series.

British dramedy 'Pride' finds U.S. home with CBS Films
Hollywood Reporter, July 10, 2014
The movie, which premiered at this year's Cannes Film Festival, tells the real-life story of gay activists who teamed up with striking miners in the mid-1980s.

Castro Street’s hot cop
The Daily Beast, July 9, 2014
He’s handsome, ridiculously buff, and armed with one of those toothpaste-commercial smiles. Chris Kohrs is the hot cop fighting crime in San Francisco’s historic gay neighborhood.

Seventeen screen gay and lesbian kisses that shocked the world
Mirror.co.uk, July 7, 2014
See the likes of Sarah Michelle Gellar lock lips with Selma Blair in this ultimate list of gay and lesbian kisses in gif form.

Poster and trailer revealed for "Pride" movie
BroadwayWorld.com, July 2, 2014
A considerably theatre pedigreed cast and creative team make up the new period-set drama "Pride."

Kathy Bates on her lesbian role in 'Tammy'
Huffington Post, June 24, 2014
Kathy Bates says she was "just absolutely in love with" Sandra Oh, who plays her girlfriend in the new movie, "Tammy," which also stars Melissa McCarthy.

Orange Is the New Black proves to be the model of queer TV
By Nico Lang, Advocate.com, June 30, 2014
On TV, shows are getting cautiously gayer, but Netflix's breakout drama waves its rainbow flag like it just don't care.

The hottest out and proud celebrities
Out.com, June 25, 2014
From coming out to overcoming challenges, these actors, athletes, musicians and politicians explain why they are proud to be gay.

Kylie Minogue says muscle marys and drag queens “fill my heart with love”
StarObserver.com, June 23, 2014
WHEN it comes to why she has such a huge gay following, pop superstar Kylie Minogue has exclusively told the Star Observer she doesn’t “want to know how a magic trick happens.”

CBS profiles trans youth
Advocate.com, June 11, 2014
As CBS Sunday Morning tackled the topic of transgender children last weekend, the network also released the results of a poll highlighting the public's reluctance to truly accept trans identities in children.

'Faking It' finale proves MTV does not know lesbian sexuality
Hollywood Reporter, June 11, 2014
Initial reactions to the dramedy -- about two best friends, Amy and Karma, feigning a romantic lesbian relationship for popularity at their Austin high school -- were positive but trepidatious.

'The Case Against 8" -- A legal chess game leading to 'I do'
New York Times, June 9, 2014
The documentary "The Case Against 8" portrays the harrowing legal battle leading to the reversal of California's ban on same-sex marriage.

Orange is the New Black: No time off for good behavior
New York Times, June 6, 2014
The heart of "Orange Is the New Black" is Piper Chapman's real-world education, in which her hypocrisy and narcissism are constantly challenged.