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Lili Reinhart opens up about her decision to come out bisexual

By 18 seconds ago Lili Reinhart she's getting honest about her decision to date as a bisexual woman. The "Riverdale" star explains in a new interview with Show off magazine that always knew that she was attracted to women, and her closest ones knew it too. "I knew very well that I was attracted to women from a very young age," admits Reinhart. "I felt that since I have been exclusively in heteronormative relationships, it would be too easy for any outsider, especially the media, to vilify me and accuse me of pretending to get attention." “That is not something I want to deal with. But for my close friends, and for those in my life, my bisexuality has not been a secret, "he adds. The 23-year-old actress came out bisexual in June, after postin...
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Dolly Parton, ‘Schitt’s Creek’, Lis Nas X and more awarded at the virtual GLAAD Media Awards

By Brent Furdyk. 3 minutes ago The GLAAD Media Awards were presented on Thursday night, and were delivered for the first time virtually. The event was attended by Kandi Burruss, Cara Delevingne, Kaitlyn Dever, Sonya Deville, Beanie Feldstein, Jennifer Garner, Theo Germaine, August Getty, Gigi Gorgeous Getty and Nats Getty, Jonica T. Gibbs, Harvey Guillén, Dan Levy, Demi Lovato, Rachel Maddow, Lil Nas X, Ryan O'Connell, Dolly Parton, Peppermint, the cast and producers of "Pose", Geena Rocero, Angelica Ross, Lilly Singh, Benito Skinner, Brian Michael Smith, Darryl Stephens, Charli XCX, Dwyane Wade & Gabrielle Union, Lena Waithe, Olivia Wilde and Raquel Willis. GLAAD highlighted the award winners for seven competitive categories. Lil Nas X took home the Best Mus...
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Gen Z body positive influencer Hippy Potter is shattering model standards

There are a few questions in life that seem to always leave us stumped, resulting in us obsessively rehearsing our answers or even delivering clichés in an attempt to save face. Common examples that come to mind are the textbook, “Where do you see yourself in five years?” or even something as simple as “How are you feeling?” There’s one question, however, that takes a bit more thought, as it often molds the first impression someone has of you: “How would you describe yourself?”When I posed this question to 24-year-old Black, queer, plus-size influencer Thaddeus Coates, he didn’t even hesitate before delivering an unexpected but visceral response: “I like to describe myself as 100 percent pure sunshine.”Seconds after divulging one of the most original and self-aw...
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Tatiana Maslany, Harry Shum Jr And More Talk About The Representation Of LGBTQ Characters During Comic-Con @ Home

By Tanja Saric. 9 secs ago Comic-Con @ Home is recognizing the importance of representation. In a panel discussion on Thursday, a host of actors who have played LGBTQ characters on television, took part in a Q&A session moderated by TV Guide magazine’s Jim Halterman to discuss the past, present and future of LGBTQ representation on TV. RELATED: Cast Of ‘Van Helsing’ Talks Season Five During Comic-Con @ Home Panel Jamie Chung (“Once Upon A Time”), Jamie Clayton (“Roswell: New Mexico”), Wilson Cruz (“Star Trek: Discovery”), Tatiana Maslany (“Perry Mason”), Anthony Rapp (“Star Trek: Discovery”), J. August Richards (“Council of Dads”), Harry Shum, Jr. (“Shadowhunters”) and Brian Michael Smith (“9-1-1: Lone Star”) gathered virt...
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Parents throw incredible gender reveal party for 17-year-old trans son

Break out the tissues, this is one gender reveal story that’s too important to not share.Love Gwaltney shared a collage of photos on Facebook celebrating a recent gender reveal party she and her husband, Brandon, threw. While Love is pregnant, the party wasn’t for the new baby.“We wanted to announce that we got it wrong 17 years ago when we told the world we were having a little girl,” Love wrote on Facebook. “We’d like to introduce you to our SON: Grey.”The sweet post outlines how parents can get so wrapped up in “expected characteristics” based off of “biological sex,” that sometimes they can make mistakes and accidentally label a child the wrong identity. That’s why Love and Brandon made an effort to correct their mistake and announce that their 17-yea...