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Today, four LGBT DREAMers, who were recently granted work permits under the federal Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, attended a White House reception in honor of Pride month.
The powerful documentary about Ugandan LGBT activist David Kato, Call Me Kuchu, will premiere in theaters in New York this Friday, June 14 and expand to Los Angeles a week later on June 21 with more markets to follow. The first week of screenings in New York will feature Q&As with directors and activists from the documentary.
Singer-songwriter Jenny Owen Youngs came out today in a letter posted to LGBTQ youth advice website EveryoneIsGay.com and announced that she is engaged to the site's co-founder, Kristin Russo.
Award recipients for the 3rd Annual Critics' Choice Television Awards have been announced and several LGBT characters and inclusive series picked up awards.
Last night Neil Patrick Harris hosted the 67th annual Tony Awards, recognizing excellence in Broadway Theater. Following an opening number that featured a cameo by retired boxer Mike Tyson singing along Harris, Cyndi Lauper and Harvey Fierstein’s Kinky Boots received awards in six categories, including Best Musical while playwright and LGBT activist Larry Kramer accepted the Isabelle Stevenson Award.
Syndicated radio hosts Lex and Terry will make a formal apology and will be working with GLAAD and transgender advocates to address the issue of anti-trans violence on the air, following an anti-transgender incident that occurred on their program earlier this week.
Kick your summer off right by catching the hottest LGBT films in a city near you at this year's LGBT Film Festivals! Support your city and its LGBT voices by attending one of the festivals in the 2013 line-up below.
Jonathan Allen, a singer disowned at 18 by his parents because he was gay, took the stage on America's Got Talent last night and received not only a standing ovation, but acceptance.
Season four has been touted as "the season of answers" courtesy of executive producer Marlene King, and she reaffirmed that statement at an evening celebrating the hit ABC Family drama at the Paley Center on Monday, revealing that viewers will find out whether Alison (Sasha Pieterse) is indeed dead or alive — and what actually happened the night she disappeared.
Sarah Paulson was put through the wringer on FX's second installment of American Horror Story. In Asylum, Paulson plays Lana Winters, a 1950s-era lesbian journalist determined to expose the wrongdoings inside a mental institution.
ELIXHER got the chance to chat with the super talented and stunning Sherri Saum, star of the new ABC Family series The Fosters. Sherri plays Lena Foster, a school principal and mom raising a multiethnic family with her partner Stef (played by Terri Polo).
Kyle Patrick Alvarez’s C.O.G. has received the Grand Jury Prize for best new American cinema at the 39th Seattle International Film Festival, which concludes Sunday. An adaptation of an essay by David Sedaris, the film concerns a young man working on an apple farm in Oregon.
Google has unveiled its latest 'Doodle' homepage art in celebration of children's author Maurice Sendak. Famous for his books Where The Wild Things Are and In the Night Kitchen, Sendak would have been 85 on June 10.
On Thursday, June 27, HBO is premiering The OUT List, a film of intimate docu-portraits from photographer and director Timothy Greenfield-Sanders that follows in the vein of his well known projects About Face: Supermodels Then and Now, The Latino List and The Black List.
A few facts, ladies and gents: fish don’t fry in the kitchen, beans don’t burn on the grill, and gays who aren't White and upwardly mobile tend to get treated like a tiny, burnt piece of chicken on television.