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7 Things That Are Everything This Week

7 Things That Are Everything This Week


Our pop culture highlights list this week includes the sexy sounds of Coachella, Marvel's hottest horned hero Daredevil, and a gathering of male models who melted the runway.


Party, read, watch, listen, look, and geek out with the seven things that are everything this week.

Great music, incredible art, and throngs of gorgeous guys and girls in attendance make the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival one of this week's hottest parties. Check out the full lineup for weekends 1 and 2 at the event's official website.

The Man Without Fear made his Marvel Cinematic Universe debut today with 13 totally bingeable episodes of Daredevil now available on Netflix. The show is the first in a series for the streaming service that will include Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, and Iron Fist, before culminating in an Avengers-style crossover, The Defenders. Just take a peek at the teaser below and see if you don't agree, with Charlie Cox slipping into the role of Matt Murdock/Daredevil, that Marvel's horned hero has never looked hotter.

05-banner_07t-5_0The American People by Larry Kramer
Do you need a herstory lesson? Well, look no further than The American People: Volume 1: Search for My Heart, a beautiful choad of a novel by famed rabble-rouser Larry Kramer (The Normal Heart, Faggots) that was finally released after decades in the making. In nearly 800 pages, the HIV activist rewrites American history to include queer people -- or at least his creative reimagining of what might have occurred if George Washington, Ben Franklin, and other founding fathers had relationships with other men. It's fierce, passionate, and messy. So bring a tissue, darling, because you'll be brought to tears by this strong statement against centuries of erasure from the pages of history.

01-banner_0Hbo_0HBO's New Seasons of Game of Thrones,Veep, and Silicon Valley
Where are my dragons, girl? Oh, there they are--on HBO. "Blond Cher" Cersei Lanniser, "little baby Kristen Stewart" Arya Stark, "Christina Aguilera" Daenerys Targaryen, and the rest of those power-hungry divas return to the hit fantasy drama Game of Thrones Sunday at 9 p.m. (And we can't wait for the slaying recap by Funny or Die's Gay of Thrones.) Speaking of power-hungry divas, Veep's Madame President Julia Louis-Dreyfus and those nerds on Silicon Valley will debut right on GoT's dragon tails. Don't miss them!

Madonna, "Ghosttown"
The Queen of Pop channels Stevie Nicks and tangos with Terrence Howard while serving post-apocalyptic realness in her new music video "Ghosttown." If you're wondering what that faint sound was when the video dropped earlier this week, it was the collective, "YAAAAAAS!" from her loyal legion of gays. Don't be the last to join in the chorus.

01-banner_07t-2_0The 2015 MTV Movie Awards
With categories like Best Shirtless Performance, Best WTF Moment, and Best Scared-as-S**t Performance, the 2015 MTV Movie Awards promises to have a multitude of reasons to tune in on Sunday at 8/7 Central on MTV.


The Photos of Jeffrey Fashion Cares
Every year, Jeffrey Fashion Cares brings together fashion luminaries to benefit HIV and AIDS services and LGBTQ causes. The event has raised more than $5 million for charity organizations supporting LGBTQ civil rights, HIV prevention and research, and education for LGBTQ youth since its inception in 2002 by retailer Jeffrey Kalinsky. This year's fashion show, featuring some the industry's top male model,s made the runway sizzle, but don't take our word for it. Check out a swoonworthy selection of photos from the event, which took place earlier this week, on

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