Issue 24.20: LGBTQ TV

By : Jake Stevens
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The new fall season brings back Will & Grace, and a plethora of LGBTQ characters, to the small screen, Orlando police department hires new LGBT community liaison, Tampa Bay cleebrates 5 years of Big Gay Busch Gardens Day, local news, celebrity interviews, and much, much more!

Watermark Issue 24.20 // Oct. 5-18, 2017

On the Cover | Page 35
We want our QTV: Will and Grace and Jack and Karen return to a fall television season filled with LGBTQ characters who are redefining what it means to be diverse.

Community Liaison | Page 8
Orlando Police Chief John Mina appointed Sergeant Grace Peek as the agency’s new LGBT OPD Liaison.

Pump the Brakes | Page 15
The 165-mile SMART Ride from Miami to Key West will continue, but at a later date thanks to Hurricane Irma.

Book of Joshua | Page 45
Central Florida actor Joshua Roth takes on the titular character in the Footlight Theatre’s production of Jeffrey.

Come Out Busch Gardens | Page 47
The one and only Kori Stevens presents a day of roller coasters, exotic animals and big gay fun at the annual LGBTQ event at Busch Gardens Tampa Bay.

King’s Court | Page 55
New film Battle of the Sexes looks at tennis legend Billie Jean King’s struggle with her sexuality and women’s rights.

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