ABOVE: Legs for days.
ABOVE: Legs for days.
ABOVE: Today would've been Divine's 76th birthday. He'd be around the same age as Cher and Dolly Parton. Instead, we lost him in 1988. Still remember the sting when a co-worker told me. I didn't believe her (no Internet) and went back to my dorm and dug through recycled newspapers to find the obit.
In honor of what would've been the rescheduled London Pride, Stephen Foley of Yer Won has released a new line of Pride-centric gear that pays special homage to non-binary, pansexual and trans communities ...
ABOVE: Shawn Mendes stretches out on a limited-edition Wonderland cover, only available here.
BELOW: Keep reading for Lil Nas X on his boyfriend (!), Afghanistan withdrawal pains, the world's only gay corner of a cemetery, plus tidbits on Billie Jean King, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Barbara Eden and more ...
Demi Lovato, who recently came out as non-binary, will host The Demi Lovato Show for Roku beginning July 30.
Billed as “more than just a talk show,” the more-than-just-a-singer will host a variety of celebrities to talk about feminism, social justice, gender ID, sex, body positivity, mental health and a host of other issues close to Demi's heart.
Via press release, the star said:
Some conversations can be difficult, but I’ve never been one to shy away from speaking candidly about things. We wanted to create a space that normalizes living your own truth — where people can speak, engage and more importantly, learn, together. There’s something therapeutic about having raw discussions that people can relate to and with The Demi Lovato Show no topics are off limits and opinions are welcome. I’m so excited for people to see how these conversations unfold on The Roku Channel.
Among the producers — Scooter Braun.
Australian actor Hugh Sheridan — who at first wouldn't label their sexuality, but now that they're married to a guy is okay with gay — posed for a steamy DNA shoot that works for me.
Hugh is also non-binary, but what I find so ridiculous is their insistence on no labels at all, wanting to be called a human. That is not how it works. Hugh Sheridan does not move through the world as just a human; they're perceived in certain ways, and that shouldn't be such a bad thing.
We are not post-gay yet, and labels are not the enemy. Even being non-binary is, in fact, a label.
Hugh sounds like an ass, actually — in their latest Instagram post before the cover, Hugh was bitching about not having the cover solo, and claiming it should be another shirtless towel pic. I do not understand how this person can think the kissing photo doesn't have more impact.
ABOVE: Struck a Pose.