Gavin Newsom Chooses Queer Democratic Activist Laphonza Butler to Fill Dianne Feinstein’s Senate Seat
Laphonza Butler makes history as the first out person of color in the Senate.
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Paone talks about reuniting the Pulp Fiction stars and how working for Hillary Clinton was a turning point in her career.
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.
Despite the trauma she’s endured, it took her becoming the fastest woman in the world after winning the women’s 100 meter at the track and field world championships in Budapest in August to renew a skeptical public’s faith in her.
Two World Cup titles and an Olympic gold medal would be enough for many, but the 38-year-old has never just been satisfied with sporting achievements.
These three politicians espouse Christian living (and anti-LGBTQ+ bias) all while throwing stones from glass houses.
The interview can be viewed in a new light after the magazine’s queer cofounder, Jann Wenner, denigrated Black and female musicians.
The statue’s dedication it timed to celebrate the 50th anniversary of her historic election.
The Paramount+ series, which stars Zoe Saldaña, Nicole Kidman, and Morgan Freeman, sees an undercover agent fall for her mark.
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.
The LGBTQ-inclusive show's co-creator says blaming its cancellation on the actors' and writers' strikes is cowardly and worse.