Jem Creative Team: 'Kimber and Stormer Are Gay'

Jem Creative Team: 'Kimber and Stormer Are Gay'

Jem and the Holograms get a new look and reintroduce two main characters as lesbians in a new ongoing series from comic book publisher IDW.

Best Tweets: Travolta Out Memes Himself at the 2015 Oscars

Best Oscar Tweets: Travolta Out Memes Himself

"Glom Gazingo" wins the award for Creepiest Oscar Moments.

Screenwriter Graham Moore: Stay Weird. Stay Different

Screenwriter Graham Moore: Stay Weird. Stay Different

Screenwriter Graham Moore honored Alan Turing in his acceptance speech for Best Adapted Screenplay for The Imitation Game.

Violent Gay Protests at the Oscars: Could It Happen Again?

Violent Gay Protests at the Oscars: Could It Happen Again?

Furious over queer villains in The Silence of the Lambs, JFK, and Basic Instinct, activists clashed with police at the 1992 Academy Awards. Has representation changed enough since?

Hot Sheet: February 20, 2015

Hot Sheet: And the Oscar Goes To...

Our top 10 entertainment and events highlights this week include Taylor Swift, Neil Patrick Harris, Keegan Allen, and a little golden guy named Oscar.

Must-Watch: Trans Director's Debut Film Drunktown's Finest Set on Rez

The film, starring trans Native American actress Carmen Moore, is set near the Navajo reservation where the director was raised.

16 Must-See Classic Gay Movies From Before You Were Born

16 Classic Gay Movies Every Millennial Should See

Dear millennials, the generation born during the '80s, these are the gay-themed movies — some wonderful, some wonderfully terrible — worth your time.

Prediction Time: Your Oscar Party Cheat Sheet

Prediction Time: Your Oscar Party Cheat Sheet

In living rooms around the world, everyone loves predicting Oscar wins. Here's writer Adam Sandel's case that the Academy will spread the love around.

These Producers Are Fearlessly Gaying Up the Oscars

These Producers Are Fearlessly Gaying Up the Oscars

Craig Zadan and Neil Meron talk about producing the Oscars for the third consecutive year, making LGBT history again, and bringing entertainment back to the Academy Awards.

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