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May December’s Julianne Moore and Natalie Portman on Playing Transgressive Women

The stars of the Netflix film May December, Julianne Moore and Natalie Portman, open up about the boundary-crossing women they play. They also touch on their director, New Queer Cinema legend Todd Haynes.

Brandy Clark, Kelly Clarkson Perform ‘Dear Insecurity’ With Stunning Harmonies

Following a performance of out musician Brandy Clark’s duet on The Kelly Clarkson Show, Kelly Clarkson called her “the greatest songwriter of our generation.”

Watch Mom Illustrate to Kids What It's Like to Be Transgender in 'We Live Here: The Midwest' Clip

In an exclusive clip from Hulu’s documentary We Live Here: The Midwest, an Iowan mom, who married her childhood sweetheart, illustrates her partner’s identity for their five children.

Trans Reality Star Wendy Guevara Finds Her Way With ‘Perdida Pero Famosa’

The reality star who shot to fame in Mexico in La Casa de Los Famosos chats with The Advocate about sudden fame and being joyful and outspoken for her trans siblings on her new show Wendy, Perdida Pero Famosa.

Brandy Clark Reclaims Her Power in ‘Dear Insecurity’ Video

Out country singer-songwriter Brandy Clark’s new video features Brandi Carlile on vocals and a story of various people standing up to self-doubt.

6 Sizzling Shots of 'Strange Way of Life' Cast and Director

Strange Way of Life is Pedro Almodóvar’s "answer" to Brokeback Mountain.

Joy Oladokun’s Ode to Forever Love, ‘Sweet Symphony,’ Gets Soaring New Release

The Black queer Americana singer’s duet with Chris Stapleton has become a favorite at celebrations and weddings since its release last year.

The Morning Show’s Reese Witherspoon and Julianna Margulies Have a Spark in New Clip

In an exclusive clip from The Morning Show’s next episode, it looks like Reese Witherspoon’s Bradley and Julianna Margulies’s Laura still have the chemistry that brought them together last season.

Jodie Foster & Annette Bening's 1st 'Nyad' Clip Shows Power of Queer Women's Friendship

In the first clip from the biopic about Diana Nyad's epic Cuba-to-Florida swim, Annette Bening as Nyad and Jodie Foster as her best friend and coach, Bonnie Stoll, depict the value of chosen family.

A League of Their Own’s Will Graham Uplifts Queer Fans With Moving Message

A League of Their Own’s queer co-creator Will Graham thanked fans and urged them to find and hold on to joy amid the show’s cancellation by Amazon Studios, which comes at a tough political moment for LGBTQ+ people.

Annette Bening and Jodie Foster Shine in Biopic 'Nyad' First-Look Pics

Annette Bening plays endurance swimmer Diana Nyad in the upcoming Netflix film.

Cynthia Erivo Shares Love of Queer Community Atop a Mountain With Bear Grylls

Tony winner and star of the upcoming Wicked movie, Cynthia Erivo shows support for queer folks who have a tough time coming out between rappelling into a cave and navigating an icy waterfall in an exclusive clip from Running Wild With Bear Grylls: The Challenge.

Sherry Cola on Why Raunchy Comedy 'Joy Ride’ Will Change the Game

The queer comic shares why her hilariously raunchy new summer flick could also change hearts and minds.

Jennifer Lawrence & Andrew Barth Feldman on No Hard Feelings' Campiness/Raunch

No Hard Feelings stars Jennifer Lawrence and Andrew Barth Feldman chat with us about how the hilarious, raunchy comedy touches on real issues while also boasting a campy cast.

'Drive-Away Dolls' Trailer Reveals the Authentic Lesbian Road Trip We Crave

Filmmakers Ethan Coen and Tricia Cooke tell us that their wild ride of a lesbian road movie that stars Margaret Qualley, Geraldine Viswanathan, and Beanie Feldstein is a passion project to which Cooke brings her queer identity.

Queer 'Scissorhands' Reunion Brings Christmas to Pride

Los Angeles audiences have another chance to see the musical show about otherness, an adaptation of the beloved film.

Poppy Liu on Their Curious Character in the Very Queer 'Dead Ringers'

Liu espouses on their character’s superpower as an assistant to Rachel Weisz’s brilliant twin obstetricians and what makes the show so deeply gay.

Awkwafina, Bowen Yang Meet Horses & Elfin Lea DeLaria When Nora Goes to Iceland

In an exclusive clip from Comedy Central's Awkwafina Is Nora From Queens, Nora and Bowen Yang's cousin Edmund learn about Icelandic culture. Later, Nora has a mind-blowing encounter with a lesbian elf played by Lea DeLaria.

Book Club's Fonda, Bergen, Steenburgen on Women's Friendship, Sexual Agency

Jane Fonda, Candice Bergen, and Mary Steenburgen chat with The Advocate about Book Club: The Next Chapter and the importance of women supporting each other and depicting women over 60 who lead sexually full lives.

‘A League of Their Own’ to End After Second Season

Prime Video has seemingly struck out the lauded queer series.