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2 December 2021

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Elliot Page radiating awesome trans joy for past year has helped people like me feel seen

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It’s one year since Elliot Page came out publicly as trans, instantly making him the most recognisable transmasculine person in the public eye. His decision to come out on 1 December, 2020 was a watershed moment for transgender representation. After the pandemic gave him time to deeply reflect on his gender (relatable), he took to […]

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2 December 2021

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Leeds United condemns disgusting homophobic chants aimed at star Chelsea footballer

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Leeds United has slammed homophobic abuse from football fans aimed towards Crystal Palace’s Conor Gallagher. The incident occurred after Gallagher, who is on a season-long loan at Crystal Palace from Chelsea, played during the first half of a match between the teams on Tuesday (30 November). The match was part of the Premier League’s Rainbow […]

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2 December 2021

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10 LGBT Christmas films to stream this festive season including Netflix’s Single All The Way

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It’s officially December, which means it’s time to get cosy and stream your favourite Christmas films. This year you might want to give Love Actually and The Holiday a miss though, and make the yuletide gay with an LGBT+ Christmas film. Festive rom-coms are often straight and white, but more recently some film studios have […]

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2 December 2021

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Sara Bareilles, Lin-Manuel Miranda and more lead emotional Broadway tribute to Stephen Sondheim

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Broadway icons gathered on the iconic red steps in New York’s Times Square to perform a moving tribute to the late Stephen Sondheim. Sara Bareilles, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Raúl Esparza and Stephen Schwartz were among the theatre stars who joined forces on Tuesday (30 November) to sing a rendition of the Sondheim classic “Sunday” from the legendary […]

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2 December 2021

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Ariana Grande and Kelly Clarkson’s big pop girl tribute is the stuff of dreams

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Ariana Grande and Kelly Clarkson became the ultimate karaoke queens thanks to an epic face-off inspired by Jimmy Fallon’s game show, That’s My Jam. The Voice US stars made an appearance on The Tonight Show on Monday (29 November) alongside their fellow coaches John Legend and Blake Shelton, as they previewed challenges from the upcoming […]

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2 December 2021

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Kathy Griffin triumphantly declares she’s cancer-free after having half a lung removed

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Kathy Griffin has revealed she is officially in remission after undergoing surgery to remove part of her lung. The comedian, 61, shared the happy update during her appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Tuesday (30 November), three months after she first revealed her cancer diagnosis. The My Life on the D-List star stated: “I’m cancer-free. […]

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2 December 2021

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10 cute and fun queer-themed Christmas tree decorations you need to make the yuletide gay

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It’s finally December, which means it’s time to “get festive”, in the words of queen Mariah Carey. And what better way to get into the Christmas spirit than putting your tree up, while Mariah plays in the background. Well, you could also be decorating the tree with queer Christmas ornaments to make the yuletide gay. […]

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2 December 2021

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Gripping series celebrates the unsung heroes and untold stories of Britain’s HIV epidemic

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As one of Britain’s most prominent HIV activists, Marc Thompson is used to sharing his life story. Having lived with HIV since 1986, he’s been on the frontlines of social justice activism and education for the decades that have come since. As a result, he’s regularly called upon to speak for history projects, with newspapers […]

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2 December 2021

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So-called ‘cancel culture’ victim Dave Chappelle is having a theatre named after him

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Comedian Dave Chappelle, who is absolutely, definitely a victim of “cancel culture”, is set to have a theatre named after him. Chappelle has face immense backlash over his “jokes” mocking trans people in his Netflix special The Closer, which prompted a Netflix walkout in protest against CEO Ted Sarandos’s handling of the controversy. But, despite the comedian […]

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2 December 2021

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Football pundit sparks backlash after ‘gobsmackingly horrendous’ homophobic rant on live TV

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An Egyptian football pundit has sparked outrage after claiming homosexuality is against “human nature” during a two-minute tirade on live TV. Retired player Mohamed Aboutrika, who is one of the best-known footballers in Egypt’s history, made shocking comments about the Premier League’s Rainbow Laces campaign on Qatari broadcaster beIN Sports. During his rant on Sunday […]

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