Sean Saves the World: Can This Sitcom Be Saved?

By Rodger Streitmatter—Entertainment Writer

Sean Saves the World intertitleA strong case can be made that Will & Grace gave LGBT rights a huge boost. Beginning in the fall of 1998 and continuing for the next eight seasons, the TV sitcom brought two gay men into American living rooms for 30 laugh-out-loud minutes every week.

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“To Climaxia and Beyond!” Where Pixar Dares Not Go!

CoverBy Stephanie Donald—Art Book Review

It’s seldom that I use the word “genius” but this word definitely applies to the photographic book, X-Rated Dolls by Larry Singer.It’s been said that all art has been done before. Those who think that really need to take a careful look at those plastic action figures they sell in the toy department of your favorite department store.

Singer imagines these figures in an adult way, but like a child would look at sex if they understood it—and safe sex to boot! The figures are laden with condoms—even over their heads and bodies.

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Out artist Doug Strahm’s debut single: ‘Leaving it Behind’ (Music Video)

Leaving_it_Behind-Doug_StrahmHere’s a new song by out artist Doug Strahm.

The single, “Leaving it Behind,” is Strahm’s first release from his debut project “Everything Has Changed.” The powerful video tells the story of a U.S. soldier who leaves for active duty and is missing the one he loves back home.

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Blazing River Freedom Band to present Spring Concert

concert_shot3Cleveland, Ohio-- April 9, 2013: The Blazing River Freedom Band will present their Spring concert live, "How the BRFB Got Their Groove Back" with special singer/performer, Athena Ghost. The concert is open to the public, includes classical and popular music, and admission is by voluntary suggested donation. Many guest musicians from the Lesbian/Gay Band Association's member bands will be joining us, including members from Indianapolis, Washington DC, New York City, Philadelphia, and Columbus.

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BRIDEGROOM: A love story that was tragically, abruptly cut short (Trailer)


shane-and-tom-350x248BRIDEGROOM, an upcoming film that tells the emotional journey of Shane Bitney Crone and Tom Bridegroom, two young men in a loving and committed relationship that was cut tragically short by a misstep off the side of a roof, has released its first trailer, and is set to premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York on April 23.

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Just When You Thought The Coming Out Novel Was Dead: A Review of DLuis Meyer’s ‘Coming Out In New York’


Raj Ayyar


I have a special tenderness for that period piece—the gay coming out novel. A gently musty smelling, but valued relic of any LGBT museum of history, the standard coming out novel conjures up the giddy aura of the pre-HIVComing_Out_in_New_York generation. It is usually redolent of dark, clammy bars, reeking of poppers, sweet hormonal sweat and stale sex, of dancing the night away to Donna Summer and Diana Ross, cutely dated in an era of equal marriage discourses and concerns.

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