Hot Sheet: January 23

Hot Sheet: Ellen Wheels

Our top 10 entertainment and events highlights this week include The Flash’s new gay villain, Sirens, getting kinky with The Duke of Burgundy, and Ellen’s Design Challenge.

Patrick Stewart: 'Supporting Gay Rights Is Natural'

Patrick Stewart: 'Supporting Gay Rights Is Natural'

The iconic actor talks about his new film Match, the joys of sex, and why he's honored to to be misidentified as a gay man.

Op-ed: Straightwashing 'Pride' Is a Crime Against History

Op-ed: To Straightwash Pride Is a Crime Against History

The 1980s was a time when LGBT Brits were legally silenced, so why silence them in 2015?

India Sees Passionate Protests Against 'Transphobic' Storyline in New Film

India Sees Passionate Protests Against 'Transphobic' Storyline in New Film

New film I's popular director and star cannot shake activists who are demanding an apology for the movie's demeaning, hypersexual portrayal of a trans woman.

Girls Star Desiree Akhavan: Bisexuality Is the Last Great Taboo

'Bisexuality is the last great taboo in our umbrella,' says the bisexual Persian-American director of Appropriate Behavior.

The LGBT Films of Sundance 2015

The LGBT Films of Sundance 2015

Here are 21 features, documentaries, and shorts that LGBT festivalgoers will not want to miss.

WATCH: Kevin Hart Explains Why He Won’t Play Gay

The One Movie the Actor Regrets Turning Down

The hot comic actor blames his own 'insecurities.'

Hot Sheet: January 16, 2015

Hot Sheet: Sundancing Divas

Our top 10 entertainment and events highlights this week include Madonna, Whitney, Oscar nominee Julianne Moore in Still Alice, and James Franco and Zachary Quinto making out at the Sundance Film Festival.

2015 Oscar Nominations: Imitation Game, Meryl Streep, Still Alice & More

2015 Oscar Noms: Imitation Game, Meryl Streep, Still Alice

Read the full list of nominations for this year's Academy Awards, to be hosted by Neil Patrick Harris.

In the Galleries: John Waters

In the Galleries: John Waters

The imp of the underground never loses his edge. See his recent artwork in a new exhibit.

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