LGBTQ Brunch For Music Industry Hitmakers Slammed For Lack of Diversity

Apparently Frank Ocean, Big Freedia, Kehlani and Todrick Hall aren't big enough to have a seat at the table.  A dozen of queer-identifying hitmakers attended a roundtable discussion last week to talk about homophobia in the music industry. After Variety published an article about the brunch gathering with a group photo of the attendees, many people noticed there were no women and people of color.

Man Who Accused George Takei of Sexual Misconduct Retracts His Story

The man who accused George Takei of sexual misconduct a few months ago has retracted a key detail of his story.

In an interview with The Observer, Scott Brunton, who'd previously told The Hollywood Reporter that Takei had groped him one night in 1981, clarified that he did not remember any inappropriate touching.

The Rest Of Michael Bae Jordan's Essence Photo Shoot Are Here And We Are Drooling

"I said Ooh Lawd Jesus its a fire!"  Call the fire department because we need to be hosed down.  I just wanna meet his parents so I can tell them thank you and see if they can give us another one.  This is just too much sexy.  

Hackers Interrupt California Congressional Debate By Playing Adult Gay Video

An online forum featuring two candidates for California's 1st District U.S. Congressional seat was interrupted when the internet feed was hacked during the live conference.

The organization Independent Like the North State presented the forum, which was open to the seven candidates vying for incumbent Doug LaMalfa's seat. Only two candidates, Lewis Elbinger, Green Party candidate from Mount Shasta, and David Peterson, Democrat from Grass Valley, were present.

Gay Rap Beef: Fly Young Red Asks Armon Wiggins To Name A Bobby Lytes Song, Bobby Claps Back

Well that escalated quickly.  If you thought there was room for more than one gay rap star you might be mistaken according to Bobby Lytes and Fly Young Red.  The two exchanged words after Fly Young Red appeared on Vlogger and web personality Armon Wiggins's vlog.   Armon asks Fly what he thought of Bobby being at the forefront of the black gay rap movement, appearing on the breakfast club and did he think Bobby had it easier becoming successful with a platform like Love and Hip Hop.

Pro LGBT Bishop Preaches Royal Wedding and Steals The Show

An unexpected star of the show has emerged during the Royal Wedding – the head of the US Episcopal Church Bishop Michael Curry.

Bishop Michael Curry gave a lively address at the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on Saturday, as one of three clergy members involved in the ceremony. 

During his uplifting address to the congregation, the Bishop told the royals and guests at the St George’s Chapel that love in all its forms had the power to change the world, drawing from civil rights campaigner Martin Luther King.

Lyft Driver Kicks Gay Couple Out of Car After They Kiss

The Lyft driver picked up Ben Martella and Alec Jansen at Butler University and didn't say anything during what was supposed to be a ride to Broad Ripple.

That is, until they kissed.

At a stoplight on the corner of Meridian and Westfield, around 5 p.m. on May 5, the driver ordered the gay college couple out of his car.

Correctional Officer Facing 125 Years After Being Found Guilty of Sexually Abusing Male Inmates

A Dodge County jury found a 34-year-old former correctional officer at the Fox Lake Correctional Institution guilty of sexually abusing three inmates.

Alex Andre Wouts of Poy Sippi was found guilty of five counts of second-degree sexual assault by correctional staff after an afternoon of discussion Thursday by the jury that heard the case over a three-day trial.

Dodge County Circuit Court Judge Joseph Sciascia revoked Wouts' bond. He is being held at the Dodge County Jail.

A Black Male Adult Star Is Suing After His White Costar Called Him The N-Word During Filming

A black adult film star from the Bronx says he was duped into performing in a racist  film that depicts his white co-star calling him the N-word without his consent.

Maurice McKnight, who goes by the stage name Moe the Monster, claims in a new lawsuit the hate speech was spewed during a shocking shoot in Tarzana, Calif., last July.

McKnight says director James Joseph Camp tried — and failed — on two separate occasions during the production to get his pre-approval for use of the despicable dialogue.

Model Laith Ashley and Flashman Wade Pop Up On RuPaul's Drag Race

There were some familar faces on Ru Paul's Drag Race last night.  Model Laith Ashley and our Man Crush Forever Flashman Wade both made appearances during a mini challenge on the popular show.  In the mini challenge the girls had to match models and by their under garments and it was worth every second.  

They didn't show much of Laith from behind but Wade's appearance gave us all we needed.  

Though Laith didn't get much screen time he's the first trans model to appear in the pit crew.