GLSENblog

XFINITY LGBTQ Community Recommendations: GLSEN

GLSEN (pronounced "glisten") was founded in 1990 by a small, but dedicated group of teachers in Massachusetts who came together to improve an education system that they believed too frequently allowed its lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning students to be bullied or discriminated against, or to fall through the cracks. Over 25 years […]

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WashBladeBlog

XFINITY LGBTQ Community Recommendations: Washington Blade

The Washington Blade was founded in 1969 as a black and white, one-sheet community newsletter distributed in D.C.-area bars and has grown to become the newspaper of record for the LGBTQ community. The Blade will soon be celebrating its 50th anniversary as an award-winning news source, with readers locally and around the world who have come […]

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OUTblog

XFINITY LGBTQ Community Recommendations: Out Magazine

By R. Kurt Osenlund, Managing Editor, Out Magazine Seeing our experiences reflected through popular art, particularly cinema, is something queer people have vigorously sought, long before "Moonlight" broke multiple barriers and clinched a Best Picture Oscar in front of a global audience. It's why we've sniffed out subtext wherever we could, from "Ben-Hur" to bromances: because our […]

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AdvocateBlog

XFINITY LGBTQ Community Recommendations: The Advocate

The oldest and largest gay magazine in the United States, The Advocate, is the world's leading source of LGBTQ news and politics. The historic magazine, which was inspired by a police raid of a Los Angeles gay bar, has grown to become a prominent voice for topics related to the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender […]

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BlackQueerBlog

XFINITY LGBTQ Celebrates Black Cinema

"Moonlight," for all its successes both in the film festival and awards ceremony circuits, has achieved something far greater: It's deservedly brought media attention and an increased awareness to queer black culture. Far-reaching LGBTQ publications such as OUT Magazine and The Advocate are increasingly crafting editorial pieces that bring to light not only many of the hardships the black LGBTQ […]

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GLAADblog

GLAAD Media Awards on XFINITY LGBTQ

It's the most magical time of the year … awards season!  Break the popcorn out because awards season is basically the "American Gladiators" of shade throwing. With all the cameras about, subtle masters of the artform get to take center stage, flexing their eye-rolling muscles like bosses.  And let's be honest with ourselves for a moment: […]

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moonlightblog

Pre-Order the Movie Most Likely to Slay the Oscars

#OscarsSoWhite? Not today, Oscars. Not today.  The 2016 Academy Awards will forever be known as the most dramatic year in the awards show's history-and that's saying a lot considering this is the same broadcast that brought us the unforgettable, "You like me!" Sally Field moment. The public protestation over the lack of minority nominees in the running for […]

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‘Hawaii Five-O’ Star Injured on Set

Living in paradise isn't all it's cracked up to be. 'Hawaii Five-O' star Scott Caan was injured last week on the set of the upcoming CBS series, according to the New York Post. Caan suffered a serious knee injury while performing a stunt and was flown to a Los Angeles hospital, where he under went […]

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Alex O’Loughlin Heading to ‘Hawaii’?

Will three times be a charm for Alex O'Loughlin? Twice starring in high-profile but short-lived CBS series, O'Loughlin hasn't had the best luck, but he has developed a loyal following. So they'll be glad to hear the network is eyeing the 'Moonlight' hunk for yet another project. They just canceled his second series, 'Three Rivers,' […]

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