The Human Rights Campaign has put out a collection of LGBTQ-themed Zoom backgrounds to help queer folk make it through the coronavirus lockdown.
The show featured gay dads years before marriage equality was a reality for most Americans. Now they might get their own show.
“Some days, I feel a little more on the ‘gay’ side than others.” We, we, we so excited that she came out.
Actress Auli’i Cravalho found the coolest way to casually come out as bisexual.
“This is an unusual wedding,” the officiant said.
Alfred’s sexuality isn’t just speculation anymore. Now it’s canon.
The New York governor’s daily coronavirus briefings have become the country’s go-to source of actual information about the pandemic.
“Don’t move! He can’t see us if we don’t move.” But… it’s a dog?
The show’s co-executive producer says to keep an eye out for more queer representation on the show.