The searing comedy of Will & Grace is what we could all use right now.
Netflix's A Series of Unfortunate Events has broken the mold in family entertainment by introducing queer characters.
“I hope to just kind of make everyone forget about rivals and politics for a second and just think about America and the pretty song that I’m singing. I hope I can bring people together."
The only thing that separates queer people of color from everyone else is opportunity, writes comedian Sampson McCormick.
Agitated but compliant, the senator answered Sen. Patrick Leahy's question about Trump's 2005 "grab them by the pussy" claim, and whether such actions would be unlawful without a woman's consent.
Adapted by Hulu for television, Margaret Atwood's dystopic vision of a world where women have been stripped of rights strikes a chord with real-world fears.