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Streep, Meyers, 'Moonlight' to be Honored at LGBTQ Gala

Jan 17
Actress Meryl Streep, TV host Seth Meyers, and the Golden Globe-winning movie "Moonlight" will be honored next month by the Human Rights Campaign, the LGBTQ civil rights organization.

Queens We Love :: Alyson Thomas

By Scott Thomas | Jan 15
From the moment I first met Alyson Thomas, too many years ago to mention, I took a liking to her. My hope is that you will love "Momma Bear" (her nickname) as much as I do!

Growlr Bear of the Week!

By Robin Gray | Jan 15
I am Looking to make friends and go on dates. I like men of all shapes and sizes but usually turned on by guys with a belly, beefy, muscular or proportionate. I have a belly myself. I have 6 tattoos and ready for more.

Warwick Rowers: Shedding Clothes and Stereotypes

By Joel Martens | Jan 14
Warwick Rowers, a group of college-level competitors, not only support shedding LGBT stereotypes -- they literally shed their clothing as a part of their message.

Adult Streaming Site Sees Rise in 'Golden Shower' Searches

Jan 14
When it rains, it pours.

Gay Anime Convention Sweeps Miami Off Its Feet Saturday

By Brittany Ferrendi | Jan 12
Okama Con, one of South Florida's only LGBT anime conventions, will hit the Miami Airport Convention Center on Saturday, Jan. 14.

Trump Says BuzzFeed 'Garbage' for Publishing Allegations

By David Bauder | Jan 12
Trump called BuzzFeed "a pile of garbage" for publishing the allegations and got into a spat with CNN's Jim Acosta during his first news conference since July. He praised organizations that didn't follow BuzzFeed's lead.

Legendary Gay Porn Director John Travis Dies at 75

Jan 11
Legendary gay porn director John Travis and former studio owner has died, according to director Chi Chi LaRue.

Twitter: Obama's 'Thank You' Tweet His Most Popular Ever

Jan 11
President Barack Obama's tweet following his farewell address to the nation has become the most popular post on the presidential account.

L.A. Beats San Francisco for George Lucas Museum Site

By Andrew Dalton | Jan 11
The force, it seems, was with Los Angeles. And San Francisco was left on the dark side.

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