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Ruby Rose Deactivates Twitter Amid Batwoman Backlash

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After being cast in the role of lesbian superhero Batwoman, Ruby Rose has been the target of fierce online backlash.

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Kristen Stewart & Chloë Sevigny Star as Lovers in Dark Drama “Lizzie”

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Kristen Stewart and Chloë Sevigny have been cast as sapphic lovers in Lizzie, the latest reimagining of the unresolved Borden murder case.

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Youtuber Hannah Hart Proposes to Girlfriend Ella Mielniczenko

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Youtube celesbian and foodie Hannah Hart announced her engagement via Instagram to Buzzfeed executive producer, Ella Mielniczenko. Read all about her thoughts on life, love and the journey ahead!

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If James Bond Were a Woman

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After much speculation, Daniel Craig has confirmed his return as James Bond for the 25th movie in the 007 series, which is due to be released in the US in November 2019. Having claimed he’d rather “slit his wrists” than play Bond again, the announcement comes as somewhat of a surprise, and it wouldn’t be a stretch of the imagination to think that his 2019 appearance as 007 may very well be his last, leaving us to contemplate once again who the next James Bond could be. Will he be gay? Will he be black? Or could James even be…

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Everything You Need to Know About Outfest

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Los Angeles-based LGBTQ film festival, Outfest, kicked off on the 12th of July! In just eleven days the film festival will screen more than 200 queer themed films from 35 countries. On the program are galas, feature films, short films, special events, and episodic screenings. Originally founded by UCLA students in 1982, Outfest will continue its mission to “promote LGBTQ equality by creating, sharing and protecting LGBTQ stories on the screen” for the 36th year running. If you’re keen to feel a part of the global queer community, then join Outfest “to discover, discuss and celebrate stories of LGBTQ lives.”…

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How to Navigate Heteronormativity

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By: Aleya Jones Existing outside of the heteronormative box we live in can be, daunting and exhausting, to say the least. Constant reminders from media outlets, societal norms, showcased relationships, praised leaders, and the systems we function within, make finding a space of internal acceptance seemingly impossible. While some days forecast isolation and ridicule, there are small habits, hobbies, and self-care practices to assist in finding a space of fulfillment within yourself. Read a biography by an LGBT author Reading often provides an escape from reality, an opportunity to find relatability within characters and authors, access to knowledge often kept…

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First Woman On Top: Andrea Jenkins

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Not only is Andrea Jenkins the first openly trans black woman to be elected to public office in the United States following a Minneapolis election on November 7th—she’s also an artist, activist, and leader who has been serving her community for decades. According to her website, Jenkins is a “poet, writer, and multimedia visual and performance artist, [and] author of two chapbooks.” She’s won a variety of grants, fellowships, and scholarships for her poetry and spoken word performances. Check out her TED talk, “Why I Wear Purple.” Alongside her artistic contributions, Jenkins has a long history of service via nonprofit…

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From Greenwood To Los Angeles: Empowering The Transgender Rights Movement

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Blossom Brown is a self-described “trans health advocate, HIV/AIDs advocate, actress, activist, and motivational speaker, along with being a Greater Than Aids ambassador.” She is an accomplished advocate and transgender woman. She makes these facts of her identity openly now, but had not always felt at ease is sharing who she was. Our Editor-In-Chief, Griffin Gram, had the opportunity to sit with Blossom Brown and discuss her real life struggles and activism. “I completely felt like I was in the wrong body.” Going back to the beginning, Blossom was born in Greenwood, Mississippi and raised in the City of Jackson.…

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“Love is Love and it Always Wins”

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Part of our team had the pleasure of attending Las Vegas Pride (Oct 20, 2017-Oct 22, 2017). The city greeted us with love and rainbows, it radiated with hope. Despite, or maybe because of the Oct 1, 2017 tragedy that claimed 58 lives, and left too many wounded, there was a record breaking number of attendees at this year’s festivities. Upon arrival the first thing we noticed was the heavy police presence, it was evident that the organizers prioritized festival goers’ safety above all. “After October 1 we got in touch with Metro, we beefed up the security team that…

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Catching Up With Jake Graf

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The LGBT Sentinel had the pleasure of catching up with filmmaker Jake Graf- his engagement, his new projects, and what to look forward to. Congratulations on the proposal. So, can you tell us how you proposed and where? I proposed to Hannah whilst on holiday in New York two weeks ago. Hannah had always said that she’d like me to propose somewhere warm and away from London, so when we booked our annual break I started putting things in motion, finding a ring and speaking to her father, in truly traditional form! I took her out onto the pond in…

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