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Tuesday, January 31, 2017

7 Queer Films That Should Have Been Nominated For An Oscar This Year

From: NewNowNext
 For another look at the judicial system, watch Free CeCe, from executive producer Laverne Cox. In 2011, CeCe McDonald, a transgender woman of color, was charged with second-degree murder after fighting back against an assailant attacking her and her friends.

Accepting a plea bargain of second-degree manslaughter, she spent the next 19 months in a men’s prison, where she was frequently placed in solitary confinement (supposedly for her own protection). Filmmaker Jacqueline Gares (In the Life) chronicles McDonald’s struggle, as well as the day she was released in 2014.

CNN Captures Donald Trump Watching A Blaring Television On Air Force One Instead Of Doing His Job

From: Queerty
This just in: Donald Trump’s TV-binging habits are here to stay.

Not only did the New York Times write a whole feature detailing his daily television watching schedule, which includes three hours every morning plus several more hours in the evening, but his aides have been complaining that he won’t stop turning on cable news and obsessing over what people think about him, a claim that seems to be corroborated by his constant whining to the press, who he hates, about what other people (politicians, journalists, celebrities, random folks on Twitter, etc.) are saying about him.

Now, CNN inadvertently captured an example of the Jolly Orange Giant’s obsession when they cut to him riding Air Force One only to discover that, instead of doing his job, he was blabbing to reporters about how “really beautiful” and “great” the airplane was while a television set blared commercials in the background at a near-deafening volume.

That’s right. The 70-year-old leader of the free word (cringe) couldn’t even turn it off (or down) for five minutes to talk to reporters.

Watch the painfully awkward clip below. And, remember, call 800-588-2300 Empire today.

Church Of England Refuses To Budge On Same-Sex Marriage Ban

But church leaders insist they want "maximum freedom" for LGBT clergy
From: NewNowNext
 The Church of England, which was literally founded so Henry VIII could redefine marriage, has reaffirmed its opposition to marriage equality in a document released Friday.

A report from the House of Bishops said the Church should adopt a “fresh tone and culture of welcome and support” toward LGBT people, and offer gay clergy “maximum freedom,” but maintains the doctrine of marriage as between one man and one woman.

 Bishop Graham Jones said the document, which will be considered by the general Synod in February, was needed to help the Church with “adopting to fashions.”

Under the new plan, clergy members would have more leniency in celebrating same-sex unions. Asked whether priests would be reprimanded for blessing a same-sex marriage, Bishop Pete Broadbent said “individual cases will be treated individually.”

Currently, gay and lesbian clergy are asked to remain celibate when they change jobs or request promotion to Bishop. Should the motion be ratified, though, priests would no longer face probing questions about their personal lives.

 Critics say this does little to change the current state of affairs, and simply creates a Don’t Ask Don’t Tell policy in the Church of England.

Labour MP Ben Bradshaw, who is in a civil partnership, told the Sunday Times the new proposal “is based essentially on dishonesty and encouraging clergy to lie.”

And out Christian broadcaster Vicky Beeching said it “requires serious mental and emotional gymnastics to hold together.”

“For LGBT Christians this isn’t a piece of paper, it’s our lives,” said Beeching, who came out in 2014. “I can personally say that for me, documents like this affect my physical and mental well being on a deep level. It’s very painful to love Jesus, love the church, and yet feel rejected and like a second-class citizen because I’m gay.”

The Anglican Communion has long struggled with the issue of homosexuality: In 1998, Anglican bishops passed a resolution stating that homosexual acts were “incompatible with Scripture.” Just four years later the Anglican Church of Canada began permitted the blessing of same-sex unions—and voted last year to approve marriage equality.

In 2003, Gene Robinson was elected the first openly gay bishop in the Anglican Church. His ordination led to an ongoing schism, fueled by more conservative diocese in Africa and elsewhere.

Lady Gaga Doesn’t Care If Talking About Her Art Is Pretentious In New Tiffany & Co. Ad

From: OMG
Oh, and she’s coming for you. So… Check it out above! What do you think of Gaga‘s new ad?

His Butt: Former Vine Star & Current Netflix Reality TV Personality Cameron Dallas

From: OMG
 Cameron Dallas was famous for doing obnoxious hoodrat stuff on Vine, but since Vine’s dead – Cameron is now on Netflix showing off his tee-taw for ratings! Check him it!

Quebec City Mosque Gunman Was Right-Wing Troll, Trump Fan

From: kenneth in the (212)
What a shocker. The Globe and Mail reports that the suspect in the attack on a Quebec City mosque that left six dead was known in the city's activist circles as a right-wing troll who frequently took anti-foreigner and anti-feminist positions and stood up for U.S. President Donald Trump. Alexandre Bissonnette appeared to have become radicalized in March 2016, following a visit to Quebec City by French nationalist Marine Le Pen, who was France's Donald Trump before he was even ours. Bissonnette's Facebook profile was removed from public view Monday morning along with the comments he left behind. Before Le Pen's visit, Bissonnette's friends say he showed little interest in politics, despite studying the subject at Laval University. Oh, joy.

How did the "president" react to the news? Following a call by Trump to offer condolences and police assistance to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, his spokesman took to the podium to twist the tragedy into a defense of Trump's ban on Muslims. "It's a terrible reminder of why we must remain vigilant. And why the president is taking steps to be proactive, not reactive,'' Spicer said Monday, without acknowledging the shooter's love for his boss.

Trump Fires Acting Attorney General After She Defies Him on Immigration Ban

From: kenneth in the (212)
 You could call it the Monday Night Massacre -- I call it the birth of a hero:

The Wall Street Journal reports:
The White House on Monday fired acting Attorney General Sally Yates for telling government lawyers not to defend an executive order signed by President Donald Trump suspending immigration from seven countries out of concerns that terrorists from those countries might enter the U.S. Ms. Yates learned of her firing Monday evening, in a letter from the White House hand-delivered to her office, according to a person familiar with the matter. In a statement, the White House said Ms. Yates “has betrayed the Department of Justice by refusing to enforce a legal order designed to protect the citizens of the United States.” Dana Boente, the U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia, will be acting attorney general until Mr. Trump’s attorney general nominee, Jeff Sessions, is confirmed by the U.S. Senate, which could happen next week. 
Worth noting that Sally Yates was confirmed as deputy A.G. by a Republican Senate 84-12. Republicans cited her willingness to be independent as her strength. Sen. Bob Casey tweeted, "Sally Yates did not betray the Justice Department, she honored its greatest traditions by defending our Constitution."

Hear! Hear!

Statement from Sen. Patrick Leahy
(ranking member of Senate Judiciary) on firing of Sally Yates.
Ironically, incoming attorney general Jeff Sessions asked Yates during her Senate confirmation hearing in 2015 if she should say no to an unlawful executive order. Hear what she said HERE.

Sources Claim Trump Is Readying Anti-LGBT Executive Order

"We won't give one inch when it comes to defending equality," says HRC's JoDee Winterhof.
From: NewNowNext
 While progressives scramble to address President Trump’s executive order banning refugees from Muslim countries, sources are claiming his next fiat will undo protections for LGBT Americans put in place by President Obama.

LGBTQ Nation reports that sources indicate the order will “allow for discrimination in a number of areas, including employment, social services, business, and adoption.”

 Expected to come in the Trojan horse of “religious freedom,” it could allow federal contractors to discriminate against LGBT employees, enable marriage clerks to refuse to provide marriage licenses to gay couples, or allow adoption agencies that discriminate against same-sex parents to resume federal funding.

“The rumors of an anti-LGBTQ executive action by President Trump are deeply troubling,” JoDee Winterhof, the Human Rights Campaign‘s Senior Vice President for Policy and Political Affair, said in a statement on the group’s site.

“We already know that he is willing to target and marginalize at-risk communities for his perceived political gain. As the President and his team plan their next steps, we want to make one thing clear: we won’t give one inch when it comes to defending equality, whether it is a full-on frontal assault or an attack under the guise of religion.”

Winterhof added that HRC “will stand with those who have already been targeted by this administration and are prepared to fight tooth and nail against every effort to discriminate.”

Congressional Republicans have already committed to refiling the First Amendment Defense Act, which would protect businesses and individuals who discriminate against LGBT Americans. President Trump has said he would sign FADA, but an executive order would do away with the need for a vote.

Asked about the order, Trump press secretary Sean Spicer refused to comment.

“Moonlight,” “Black-ish,” “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend,” Teen Vogue Nominated For GLAAD Media Awards

"It is imperative that Hollywood tell more LGBTQ stories that reflect the community’s rich diversity."
From: NewNowNext
 The nominees for the 28th annual GLAAD Media Awards were announced this morning, reflecting films, television programs, comic books, musicians, news outlets and more that represent the breadth and diversity LGBT experience.

 For the first time in more than a decade, the Outstanding Film (wide release) category had just two nominees—Moonlight and Star Trek Beyond. On the plus side, Outstanding Music Artist and Outstanding Comic Book were expanded to ten nominees to reflect the growing inclusion in those fields.

 Once again, television leads the pack with nuanced and varied representations: Nominees on the small screen include ABC’s The Real O’Neals and Black-ish; The CW’s Crazy Ex-Girlfriend and Supergirl, Netflix’s The OA, Grace and Frankie and Black Mirror, as well as Cartoon Network’s Steven Universe and Nickelodeon’s The Loud House.

 “At a time when progress is at a critical juncture, it is imperative that Hollywood tell more LGBTQ stories that reflect the community’s rich diversity—and build understanding that brings all communities closer together,” said GLAAD President Sarah Kate Ellis.

“This year’s nominees have created images and story lines that challenge misconceptions and broaden understanding, accelerating acceptance and equality for LGBTQ people across the globe.”

In all, GLAAD announced 115 nominees in 21 English-language categories and 41 Spanish-language nominees in 11 categories. The GLAAD Media Awards will be held in Los Angeles on April 1 at The Beverly Hilton, and in New York on May 6 at the New York Hilton Midtown. .

A complete list of nominees follows.

Outstanding Film – Wide Release



Star Trek Beyond

Paramount Pictures

Outstanding Film – Limited Release

The Handmaiden
Amazon Studios/Magnolia Pictures

Naz & Maalik

Wolfe Releasing

 Other People
Vertical Entertainment

Spa Night

Strand Releasing

Those People
Wolfe Releasing

Outstanding Comedy Series

Brooklyn Nine-Nine


Crazy Ex-Girlfriend

The CW

 Grace and Frankie

Modern Family


One Mississippi


The Real O’Neals


Steven Universe
Cartoon Network

Survivor’s Remorse


Take My Wife



Outstanding Drama Series

The Fosters


Grey’s Anatomy


Hap and Leonard

 How to Get Away with Murder

The OA

Orphan Black
BBC America




The CW

Wynonna Earp

Outstanding Individual Episode

(in a series without a regular LGBTQ character)

“Attention Deficit” The Loud House


“Bar Fights” Drunk History

Comedy Central

“Johnson & Johnson” Black-ish

“San Junipero” Black Mirror

“Vegan Cinderella” Easy

Outstanding TV Movie or Limited Series

USA Network

London Spy
BBC America

 Looking: The Movie

The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Let’s Do the Time Warp Again

Vicious: The Finale

Outstanding Documentary

Mapplethorpe: Look at the Pictures


 Out of Iraq

The Same Difference


Southwest of Salem: The Story of the San Antonio Four
Investigation Discovery

The Trans List

Outstanding Daily Drama

The Bold and The Beautiful

Outstanding Reality Program


I Am Cait


I Am Jazz


The Prancing Elites Project


Outstanding Music Artist

Against Me!, Shape Shift With Me
Total Treble Music/Xtra Mile

Blood Orange, Freetown Sound

Brandy Clark, Big Day in a Small Town
Warner Bros. Records

 Tyler Glenn, Excommunication
Island Records

Ty Herndon, House on Fire

Elton John, Wonderful Crazy Night

Island Records

Lady Gaga, Joanne
Interscope Records

Frank Ocean, Blonde
Boys Don’t Cry

Sia, This is Acting

RCA Records

Tegan and Sara, Love You to Death
Warner Bros. Records

Outstanding Comic Book

All-New X-Men
by Dennis Hopeless, Mark Bagley (Marvel Comics)

Black Panther
by Ta-Nehisi Coates, Brian Stelfreeze, (Marvel Comics)

DC Comics Bombshells
by Marguerite Bennett, Laura Braga, Sandy Jarrell (DC Comics)

Kim & Kim
by Magdalene Visaggio, Eva Cabrera (Black Mask Studios)

Love is Love
Produced by Marc Andreyko (IDW, DC Comics)


by Shannon Watters, Kat Leyh (BOOM! Studios)

Midnighter/Midnighter and Apollo
by Steve Orlando, David Messina,(DC Comics)

Patsy Walker, A.K.A Hellcat!,

by Kate Leth, Brittney L. Williams, (Marvel Comics)

by Brian K. Vaughan, Fiona Staples (Image Comics)

The Woods
by James Tynion IV, Michael Dialynas (BOOM! Studios)

Outstanding Talk Show Episode

“Angelica Ross” The Daily Show with Trevor Noah
Comedy Central

“Cookie Johnson” Super Soul Sunday

“North Carolina and Georgia Anti-LGBTQ Laws” Late Night with Seth Meyers

“Tony Marrero, Orlando Shooting Survivor” The Ellen DeGeneres Show

“Trey Pearson” The View


Outstanding TV Journalism – Newsmagazine

“Bingham” SC Featured


“Church and States” VICE News Tonight

“Gavin Grimm’s Fight” VICE News Tonight

“Life as Matt” E:60


“Switching Teams” 60 Minutes

Outstanding TV Journalism Segment

“Gay Community in U.S. ’Forged in Fire'”
The Rachel Maddow Show

“Interview with Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi”
Anderson Cooper 360

“Many in LGBT Community Fear Changes under Trump”
NBC Nightly News

“Terror in Orlando”
PBS NewsHour

“Troop Turnaround: U.S. Military Transgender Ban Ended by Pentagon”

CBS This Morning

Outstanding Newspaper Article

“An LGBT Hunger Crisis” by Roni Caryn Rabin
The New York Times

“Mid-South Couples Celebrate First Year of Marriage Equality, But Challenges Remain for LGBT Community”by Katie Fretland, Ron Maxey
The Commercial Appeal [Memphis, Tenn.]

“Nowhere to Go: LGBT Youth on the Move” by Arielle Dreher

Jackson Free Press [Jackson, Miss.]

“Permission to Hate” by Elizabeth Leland
The Charlotte Observer

“Worthy of Survival” by Kathleen McGrory
Tampa Bay Times

Outstanding Magazine Article

“Battle of the Bathroom” by Michael Scherer

“HIV Mystery: Solved?” by Tim Murphy
The Nation

“The Official Coming-Out Party” by Kevin Arnovitz
ESPN The Magazine

“On the Run” by Jacob Kushner

Vice Magazine

“Rethinking Gender” by Robin Marantz Henig
National Geographic

Outstanding Magazine Overall Coverage

The Advocate



Teen Vogue


Outstanding Digital Journalism Article

“105 Trans Women On American TV: A History and Analysis” by Riese Bernard

“After the Orlando Shooting, the Changed Lives of Gay Latinos” by Daniel Wenger

“The Methodist Church May Split Over LGBT Issues. Meet the Lesbian Bishop Caught in the Middle.” by Becca Andrews

“These are the Queer Refugees Australia has Locked Up on a Remote Pacific Island” by J. Lester Feder


“The Uncertain Olympic Future for Trans and Intersex Athletes” by Diana Tourjee

Outstanding Digital Journalism – Multimedia

“Last Men Standing: AIDS Survivors Still Fighting for Their Lives” by Erin Allday

“New Deep South: Kayla”

“No Access: Young, Black & Positive”

“Unerased: Counting Transgender Lives” by Meredith Talusan

“Willing and Able: Employment as a Transgender New Yorker” by Jordi Oliveres, Santiago García Muñoz


Outstanding Blog

Holy Bullies and Headless Monsters

I’m Still Josh


My Fabulous Disease


Special Recognition

Her Story

We’ve Been Around

Outstanding Music Artist (Spanish Language)

Kany García, Limonada

Sony Music Latin

Outstanding Daytime Program Episode (Spanish Language)

Juan Gabriel: Lo que se ve no se pregunta” Suelta la sopa

“Las lesbianitas” Caso Cerrado

Outstanding Television Interview (Spanish Language)

“Entrevista con Congresista Ileana Ros-Lehtinen y su hijo Rodrigo Lehtinen” Al Punto

“Entrevista con Congresista Ileana-Ros Lehtinen y Nicole Rose” Enfoque


“Matrimonio igualitario en México” Realidades en Contexto

CNN en Español

“Pulse” Showbiz
CNN en Español

“Terror en Orlando” Perspectiva Nacional

Outstanding Local Television Interview (Spanish Language)

“Aceptación” Todos los Géneros

Mira TV [Miami]

“La lucha continúa” Enfoque Los Ángeles
KVEA-Telemundo 52 [Los Ángeles]

“Orlando: atentado contra la comunidad latina LGBT” Pura Política
NY1 Noticias [New York]

Outstanding TV Journalism – Newsmagazine (Spanish Language)

“El dolor en la voz de familiares” Un Nuevo Día


“Entrevista con Kany García” Primer Impacto

“Reto del corazón” Aquí y Ahora

“Siempre fui Xander” Aquí y Ahora

Outstanding TV Journalism Segment (Spanish Language)

“Comunidad LGBT rinde tributo a las 49 víctimas de masacre en Orlando” Noticiero NTN 24

“Luto en la nación” Noticiero Telemundo

Masacre en Orlando” Noticiero Univision

“Masacre Orlando” Conclusiones
CNN en Español

“Miles se congregaron en Orlando por lo ocurrido en el bar Pulse” Azteca Noticias
TV Azteca

Outstanding Local TV Journalism (Spanish Language)

“Camuy, Puerto Rico” Noticiero Telemundo 51
WSCV-Telemundo 51 [Miami]

“A la calle por quien soy” Noticias 34
KMEX-Univision 34 [Los Ángeles]

“Ordenanza de baños” Noticias 23
KUVN-Univision 23 [Dallas, Texas]

“Sobreviviente de Pulse en Orlando” Noticiero Telemundo 51
WSCV-Telemundo 51 [Miami]

“La vida en transición” Telenoticias Washington
WZDC-Telemundo 25 [Washington D.C.]

Outstanding Newspaper Article (Spanish Language)

“Las discretas batallas LGBTI ganadas en Guatemala” por Sonia Pérez D.
Associated Press

“Ecuatoriano gay supera barreras y publica novela en inglés” por Claudia Torrens
Associated Press

“Padres latinos se acercaron a sus hijos tras ataque en Orlando” por Pilar Marrero
La Opinión

“Se buscan donantes de sangre, pero con restricciones” por Virginia Gaglianone
La Opinión

“Ser gay no es una enfermedad” por Pedro F. Frisneda
El Diario New York

Outstanding Digital Journalism Article (Spanish Language)

“6 mujeres transgénero exitosas que rompen moldes en América Latina” por Leire Ventas

“Documental desmonta estereotipos sobre homofobia de latinos en EE.UU.” por Juan Carlos Gomi

“La fotografía del niño mexicano que buscó impedir una marcha se vuelve viral” por Daniela Patiño

“La lucha para proteger los derechos de los estudiantes LGBT en Colombia” por Ernesto Londoño
The New York Times en Español

“Orlando trata de entender el porqué de la masacre en que murieron 50 personas” por Lizette Alvarez y Richard Perez Peña
The New York Times en Español

Outstanding Digital Journalism – Multimedia (Spanish Language)

“23 personajes LGBT mexicanos que la están rompiendo” por Mireya González

“49 poderosas y conmovedoras imágenes de la masacre de Orlando” por Daniel Rivero y David Matthews

“Comunidad gay en México: ’Nos sentimos desnudos ante la discriminación'” por Mario González

“Conmovedor video retrata el prejuicio en Puerto Rico” por Marcos Billy Guzmán

“Orlando recobra el pulso: la historia de tres sobrevivientes”

Special Recognition (Spanish Language)

“Sin ir más lejos” por Gema Corredera

National Pride March is Sunday, June 11 in DC

From: BosGuy
I was inspired by the show of unity and the incredible numbers The Women’s March in D.C. and around the nation commanded earlier this month. I believe very strongly in the right to freedom of speech and assembly so when I heard about the National Pride March in Washington, D.C. in June Sergio and I decided we would skip Boston Pride, which happens the same weekend to travel to D.C. and add our voices to the chorus of protests.

I hope to see you in DC or marching in your home city this June

For those from Boston contemplating a similar trip, we were able to purchase American Airlines nonstop tickets for $153.00. Numerous affordable AirBnB options are also available if hotel room prices are too steep.

I hope this march inspires Pride celebrations across the United States to reach out beyond the LGBTQ community and draw in others to help make our voices heard through out the month of June. For those who in the past have reflected on the relevance of Pride and asked if it is still needed, I hope the disturbing rhetoric coming from 1600 Pennsylvania Ave makes it perfectly clear that Pride events remain relevant and important for our community

If you have not already, contact your representatives in D.C.

Click here to contact your Representative in the U.S. House of Representatives

Click here to contact your Senator in the U.S. Senate

Regardless of the position of your elected representative (supportive of LGBTQ issues / community or not) never underestimate the impact your call will have.


From: Manhunt Daily
 Johnny V is having a helluva week. (I realize he probably didn’t film the two scenes of his I’m highlighting this week during the same time period but work with me). Just the other day, “The Blonde Flattop” was tapping Michael DelRay’s (Del Ray?) ass. Today, he’s got the sex monster known as Micah Brandt up his ass. These two are a match! Micah sinks his girthy cock into Johnny’s butt and it’s like he’s coming home. Er, cumming home? There’s more below and even more (and the rest of the “Depths of Focus” series) over at Hot House. They really should change their name to “House of Beef.”

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