The Hardest LGBT Oscar Quiz You'll Take

The Hardest LGBT Oscar Quiz You'll Take

We think so, anyway! See if you're an A-List Director, a Leading Player, a Production Assistant, or a Dress Extra.

Where to Watch the Oscars

Where to Watch the Oscars

Gay-friendly Oscar events across the country roll out the red carpet for Hollywood’s biggest night.

10 Oscar-Nominated LGBT Roles

10 Oscar-Nominated LGBT Roles We Love

Thirty-seven actors have been nominated for playing LGBT characters. These 10 are close to our hearts.

13 LGBT Heroes Who Need Their Own Hollywood Biopic

13 LGBT Heroes Who Need Their Own Hollywood Biopic

Harvey Milk, Mark Bingham, and Alan Turing all had great films made about their lives. Here's who should be next.

Oral History: Raquel Welch & Rex Reed Remember Myra Breckinridge

Myra Breckinridge was always destined to bring out the worst in people. On its 45th anniversary, the stars dish on one of Hollywood’s campiest and worst-reviewed movies.

In the Galleries: Hollywood Cool

In the Galleries: Hollywood Cool

Celebrate Oscar week with a glance back at the superstars of the golden era of Hollywood from an exhibit of John Hamilton's archive.

EXCLUSIVE: Trans Actress Michelle Hendley Tugs Our Heartstrings in 'Boy Meets Girl'

EXCLUSIVE: Trans Actress Michelle Hendley Tugs Our Heartstrings in Boy Meets Girl

Watch this exclusive clip from trans romantic comedy Boy Meets Girl, featuring swoon-worthy trans girl Ricky at the center of a love triangle.

WATCH: Hate Group's Hometown Loves 'Fifty Shades of Grey'

WATCH: Hate Group's Hometown Loves Fifty Shades

Rachel Maddow notes the irony that the film is the hottest ticket in Tupelo, Miss., home base of the virulently antigay American Family Association.

Hot Sheet: February 13, 2015

Hot Sheet: So Hot It Hurts

Our top 10 entertainment and events highlights this week include Ricky Martin, Deborah Cox, Mark Hamill, SNL's 40th anniversary, and a stripped-down Jamie Dornan in Fifty Shades of Grey.

Mae Whitman Is on a Mission to 'Reverse-DUFF' the World

Mae Whitman Is on a Mission to 'Reverse-DUFF' the World

Mae Whitman dishes on her new film The DUFF, reality for LGBT youth, and why she’s glad people are offended by the label 'designated ugly fat friend.'

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