The LGBTQ impact on movies, music, television, sports and fashion in 2018

By : Jeremy Williams
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From groundbreaking television to record-setting events, this year in LGBTQ pop culture has been explosive. Legends were remembered, new icons were formed and history was made—one certain gay athlete even became America’s new sweetheart.

Here we have compiled just a snippet of the LGBTQ impact on movies, music, television, sports and fashion in 2018 with our annual LGBTQ Pop Culture, A-Z.

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Watch: Michelle Obama tells Ellen how she tried to escape the White House to celebrate same-sex marriage

By : Melanie Ararat
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Michelle Obama promoted her new autobiographical memoir “Becoming” on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” Nov. 15. During the interview, the former first lady recalled a story from her book about the night she tried to escape the White House with her daughter Malia to celebrate the Supreme Court decision to legalize same-sex marriage.

The night of June 26, 2015, the White House was lit with the colors of the LGBTQ Pride flag and people were gathered outside the White House to celebrate, which Mrs. Obama was notified of and tried to take part in.

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Sugar Brown presents: Burlesque Bad & Bougie Comedy

By : Alex Storer
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Sugar Brown discloses her diaries of the first time becoming a Submissive through stand up comedy, story telling and burlesque dance!

Burlesque dance is a risqué style of strip tease! Sugar Brown puts her own unique twist on it and is very interactive with the audience!

Prepare to be turned on and tickled at the same time!

Is Senator Marco Rubio becoming an anti-gay activist?

By : Susan Clary
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Could Senator Marco Rubio make it any clearer how he feels about the LGBT community?

Rep. Marco Rubio

Sen. Marco Rubio, “not a bigot”

First, he blocks Judge William Thomas’ nomination to the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida, preventing him from becoming the first openly gay federal judge. Then, he refuses to support the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA), the bill that would prevent employers from discriminating against gays in the workplace.

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