If James Bond Were a Woman

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… Keep Reading

Everything You Need to Know About Outfest

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.”… Keep Reading

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Finding Your Voice

Who are you? Where are you from? My name is Tina Babajanians and I am a master voice clinician. I run my private practice out of my home office in Pasadena, California. I was born in Iran and immigrated to the United States when I was three years old. I grew up in Southern California, moved to the bay area for a brief time and have been living in Pasadena for the last seven years. My education and career background is in speech and language pathology. I went to California State University, Northridge for my undergraduate program in Communication Disorders… Keep Reading

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Queer Eye & Spotify bring you 5 Pride month playlists

Pride month is here, and what would our pre-march breakfasts, street parades, and late night parties be without great beats? Spotify is no stranger to the unifying power of music and has been running a special Pride section chock full of queer anthems, artists, allys, and podcasts since 2016. This year, in honour of Pride month and the launch of Queer Eye’s second season on Netflix (happening June 15th!), Spotify and the Fab Five have collaborated on five Queer Eye Pride playlists! Every queer person has their own intimate selection of songs that have gotten them through the highs and… Keep Reading

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Why I march for Pride

It’s 4pm and time for a shift change. My restaurant manager, Norman, sidles up to the waiter that’s just walked in to take over from me. Eric is on night shift tonight. Eric is openly gay. For some reason Norman is fascinated by gay men. He brags about wine dealers that flirt with him, and always makes a point of just how cool he is with it all. His fascination reminds me of a child peeking through a parent’s fingers to look at something they’re not supposed to see. His enthusiasm reminds me of the sensational stories they’d tell their… Keep Reading

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Casey Legler’s memoir Godspeed is set to be electrifying

Queer writer, model and Olympian, Casey Legler, has caught the world’s attention on multiple occasions; First as a 19 year old Olympic swimmer representing France at the 1996 Summer Olympics, where she broke the world record the day before the race, and then again when she became the first ever woman to be signed to model exclusively as a male model, making her an instant gender fluid icon in the LGBTQ community. The French-American creative has stepped once again into the limelight, announcing the imminent release of her memoir and first book, Godspeed. When speaking at the New York Live… Keep Reading

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