Sean Hayes developing gay animated spy series for Netflix

By : Mariah Cooper Of The Washington Blade, Courtesy Of The National LGBT Media Association
Comments: 0

Share this story:

“Will & Grace” star Sean Hayes, producer Mike Schur (“The Good Place”) and Gabe Liedman (“Brooklyn Nine-Nine) are teaming up to bring LGBTQ animated spy comedy “Q-Force” to Netflix.

The streaming platform has reportedly ordered a 10-episode first season of the show. Hayes and Schur will co-produce and Liedman is on board as showrunner and executive producer.

Continue Reading >>

Issue 26.07: The Rainbow Divide

By : Jake Stevens
Comments: 0

The Rainbow Divide

To gain full LGBTQ equality we must first address discrimination within our own community, Orlando to recognize LGBTQ-certified businesses, Tampa Bay holds 14th annual Dining Out For Life, local news, celebrity interviews, photos, events and much, much more!

Continue Reading >>

Pete Buttigieg jokes about why he can’t tell if James Buchanan was gay

By : Mariah Cooper Of The Washington Blade, Courtesy Of The National LGBT Media Association
Comments: 0

Share this story:

Gay presidential hopeful Pete Buttigieg joked that he can’t weigh in on whether President James Buchanan was gay because he has bad gaydar.

In an interview with BuzzFeed’s AM2DM, Buttigieg was asked whether he thought Buchanan was gay. A recent Washington Post story speculated if Buchanan, who served as president of the United States from 1857 to 1861, was gay. Buchanan famously never married and is known as the only president who was a bachelor. The column claims that Buchanan was in a relationship with William Rufus King, Franklin Pierce’s vice president. The pair lived together for a period of time.

Continue Reading >>

Issue 26.06: Tampa Proud

By : Jake Stevens
Comments: 0

Tampa Proud

Jane Castor posed to become Tampa’s first openly LGBTQ mayor, Central Florida performer wins Miss International Queen 2019, Habitat for Humanity Pinellas County announces Pride Guild, local news, celebrity interviews, photos, events and much, much more!

Continue Reading >>

Tampa Pride Guide 2019

By : Jake Stevens
Comments: 0

Tampa Pride is back for a fifth year and prepared to be bigger and better than ever!

Continue Reading >>

Issue 26.05: Catching the WAVE

By : Jake Stevens
Comments: 0

Central Florida and Tampa Bay celebrate their local favorites, KindRED Pride Foundation forms to continue Orlando’s red shirt tradition, Hamburger Mary’s Brandon, St. Petersburg announce impending closure, local news, celebrity interviews, photos, events and much, much more!

Continue Reading >>

Cottonelle’s gay toilet paper ad draws criticism

By : MARIAH COOPER OF THE WASHINGTON BLADE, COURTESY OF THE NATIONAL LGBT MEDIA ASSOCIATION
Comments: 0

Share this story:

Cottonelle recently released a new ad that includes a gay couple but the 15-second spot angered some TV watchers.

In the commercial, one man is about to meet his boyfriend’s parents.

Continue Reading >>

Issue 26.04: Split Session

By : Jake Stevens
Comments: 0

Lawmakers, activists divided on how to best legislate equality, Melbourne police make arrest in faked bomb threat called into Space Coast no-labels bar, Equality Florida, LGBTQ Victory Fund endorse Castor for Tampa mayor, local news, celebrity interviews, photos, events and much, much more!

Continue Reading >>

Watermark’s Swipe Right Party – Central Florida

By : Jamie Hyman
Comments: 0

Watermark is celebrating love with the Swipe Right Party Feb. 7.  The party is an LGBTQ singles mixer where any and all can come out to try and find that special someone.

Here’s how it works:

-Bracelets will be made available as you arrive.

-Blue means you’re looking for a man.

-Purple means you are looking for a woman.

-Orange means you’re taken.

-Yellow means you’re looking, non-binary.

-Wear as many as you feel expresses who you are.

The event is free and open to all looking for love. Light bites will be provided and cash bar available. Come out and find your Valentine!

Watermark’s Swipe Right Party – Tampa Bay

By : Danny Garcia
Comments: 0

Share this story:

Watermark is celebrating love with the Swipe Right Party Feb. 7.  The party is an LGBTQ singles mixer where any and all can come out to try and find that special someone.

Here’s how it works:

-Bracelets will be made available as you arrive.

-Blue means you’re looking for a man.

-Purple means you are looking for a woman.

-Yellow means you’re looking, non-binary.

-Orange means you’re taken.

-Wear as many as you feel expresses who you are.

The event is free and open to all looking for love. Light bites provided by Iberian Rooster and cash bar available. Come out and find your Valentine!

Spring Arts Guide 2019

By : Jake Stevens
Comments: 0

The spring time is no better time to feed your need for the arts! Say hello to our comprehensive (and unfathomably radiant!) annual Spring Arts Guide.

Continue Reading >>

Issue 26.03: Eligible Singles

By : Jake Stevens
Comments: 0

The season of love is back, and so are we with 10 of Central Florida and Tampa Bay’s most eligible singles, Come Out With Pride Orlando bids for WorldPride 2020, Metro Tampa Bay unveils new name and brand, local news, celebrity interviews, photos, events and much, much more!

Continue Reading >>