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Gus Kenworthy hits out at trolls who took issue with him kissing his boyfriend on TV

Gus Kenworthy hits out at trolls who took issue with him kissing his boyfriend on TV

Gus Kenworthy may have missed out on winning a medal at this year’s Winter Olympics, but he made history in other ways. The Team USA skier was caught on camera kissing his boyfriend, giving viewers a much-needed dose of LGBTQ representation at one of the world’s biggest sporting events. While many celebrated the moment, there were others who took issue with a loving couple showing affection on television just because they are of the same sex. “My entire life, in…

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RuPaul made a special guest appearance on the winter finale of Match Game

RuPaul made a special guest appearance on the winter finale of Match Game

The ABC game show is well known for inspiring the annual fan-favourite Drag Race challenge, Snatch Game. Mama Ru has made a special guest appearance on the winter finale of Match Game, the ABC game show that inspired the fan-favourite ‘snatch’ equivalent on RuPaul’s Drag Race. The Drag Race host appeared alongside Niecy Nash, Amy Sedaris and Leah Remini. As with Snatch Game, contestants are asked a question with a ‘blank’. The contestants are then required to write a response…

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Ooh honey! Andrew Brady slays in drag during G-A-Y appearance

Ooh honey! Andrew Brady slays in drag during G-A-Y appearance

Betty Swollocks… shantay you stay. Andrew Brady came to play, slay and blur the lines between femininity and masculinity when he appeared at G-A-Y in London last night as his drag persona, Betty Swollocks. The Celebrity Big Brother star became a polished, fully-realised queen with his glamorous transformation, and hennies, it’s safe to say that fans were cooped, gooped and mothertucking gagged. He judged G-A-Y’s weekly competition – Porn Idol – which sees ten contestants strip on the main stage,…

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Joshua Rush on the pressure of playing Disney’s first openly gay teen character

Joshua Rush on the pressure of playing Disney’s first openly gay teen character

Disney Channel series Andi Mack made history last year when it featured its first ever openly gay character on the network. The show saw 13-year-old Cyrus admitting to his best friend Buffy that he has a crush on another guy called Jonah in school. “I feel weird… different,” he said in the groundbreaking scene. “Cyrus, you’ve always been weird. But you’re no different,” Buffy replied. “You’ll be okay, I promise.” Joshua Rush who plays Cyrus in the series has spoken about how…

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Britney Spears’ new album: Release date, collaborations, and everything else you need to know

Britney Spears’ new album: Release date, collaborations, and everything else you need to know

As one of pop music’s biggest icons plans her return to the game, we’ve scoured the internet for every juicy bit of information we can get on Britney Spears’ upcoming 10th studio album. It’s been two years since the Princess of Pop made a return to form and gave birth to 18 solid bangers and mid-tempos with her critically-acclaimed album Glory, but she’s wasting no time getting back into the studio to give us moar. We’re ready for Britney to…

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SOLUTION: American Family Association Calls For Every School To Post “You Shall Not Murder” On Marquees

SOLUTION: American Family Association Calls For Every School To Post “You Shall Not Murder” On Marquees

From the American Family Association: American Family Association is asking every school in the country to put this statement on their school marquee or school sign for one week: “You shall not murder.” While the country is discussing gun control laws, we think our young people should also be reminded that innocent human life is precious. Murder is against the law in every state, and these four words also emphasize that it’s morally wrong. Schools regularly use words to encourage…

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FLORIDA: Gov. Rick Scott Unveils $500M Plan To Boost School Security, Raise Gun Purchase Age To 21

FLORIDA: Gov. Rick Scott Unveils $500M Plan To Boost School Security, Raise Gun Purchase Age To 21

NBC News reports: Florida Gov. Rick Scott revealed a $500 million plan Friday to boost school security that would, among other things, bar “violent or mentally ill” persons from purchasing weapons. Persons under the age of 21 would also be prohibited from buying guns and so-called bump stocks would be outlawed, Scott said. Scott did not call for arming teachers as President Donald Trump has suggested and declined to ban the semi-automatic AR-15 type rifle that Nikolas Cruz allegedly used…

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NRA Opposes Trump On Raising Gun Purchase Age Limit

NRA Opposes Trump On Raising Gun Purchase Age Limit

Politico reports: A spokeswoman said Friday the National Rifle Association will not support efforts to raise the age limit on who can purchase assault-style guns, casting doubt on President Donald Trump’s forecast that the group “will back” the push. “Raising the age is not going to solve psychosis,” spokeswoman Dana Loesch told CNN on Friday when asked about the NRA’s stance on the measure. During a White House meeting with state and local officials on school safety Thursday, the president…

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MISSOURI: GOP Gov “Defiant” After Felony Revenge Porn Arrest, Blames “Reckless Liberal Prosecutor”

MISSOURI: GOP Gov “Defiant” After Felony Revenge Porn Arrest, Blames “Reckless Liberal Prosecutor”

The Associated Press reports: Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens remains defiant, even amid calls for impeachment or resignation, after a St. Louis grand jury indicted him for felony invasion of privacy, alleging the Republican took a compromising photo of a woman during an extramarital affair the year before he was elected. St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner on Thursday announced the indictment that followed an investigation launched in January, a day after Greitens admitted to an affair with his St. Louis…

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LIVE VIDEO: Trump Speaks At CPAC

LIVE VIDEO: Trump Speaks At CPAC

The Week reports: President Trump will speak at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference on Friday, although his vision and voice were strongly felt throughout the first day of events Thursday in speeches by Vice President Mike Pence, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), and NRA CEO Wayne LaPierre. Trump is set to speak at 10:05 a.m. ET, and his message will be “a test of whether or not the conference can move on from the issue that gripped most of the…

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