CMT Star Cody Alan Comes Out as Gay

  CMT and iHeartRadio host Cody Alan has come out as gay, via an Instagram post on Thursday. In an open and heartfelt message, Alan wrote, “there is something I want to share with you. You see, I’m gay. This is not a choice I made, but something I’ve known about myself my whole life.”(…)

Xfinity Launches ‘LGBT Film & TV Collection’

Xfinity has launched a new range of content for LGBT viewers. Named the Xfinity LGBT Film & TV Collection the content will be a community-driven library of over 800+ titles featuring LGBT characters and storylines, with new content incorporated weekly. Launching the service, Friday Jean-Claire Fitschen, executive director, Multicultural Services at Xfinity said, “We are(…)

GLAAD – Where We Are on TV Report – 2016

The Where We Are on TV report analyzes the overall diversity of primetime scripted series regulars on broadcast networks and looks at the number of LGBTQ characters on cable networks and streaming services for the 2016-2017 TV season. Download the full report Below are some of the most remarkable points GLAAD found in its research this(…)

New Series “Feral” Looks At Gay Love In The Bible Belt

  What if the action of HBO’s “Looking” was dropped right in the middle of Memphis, Tennessee? That’s the question creator Morgan Jon Fox sets out to answer with “Feral,” a new original television series following a wayward band of gay twenty-somethings as they stumble through life and love. Fox describes his characters as “kids(…)

Logo Launches LGBT-focused 2016 Election Series With Chelsea Clinton Interview

Today, LOGO announced the launch of it’s LGBT-focused 2016 election coverage with a digital series hosted by celebrated LGBT advocate and social media star, Raymond Braun. The announcement includes Braun’s sit down interview with Chelsea Clinton at the DNC (watch above), which centered on her her parents views on LGBT rights and her role as(…)

Documentary on San Francisco Trans Movement Premieres Online (VIDEO)

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Compton’s Cafeteria Riot in San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood, one of the first recorded transgender riots in United States history. In a recent NPR story, it was called “the transgender community’s debut on the stage of American political history” by Susan Stryker, one of the directors of the(…)