Tag Archives: LGBT

INSIDE THE ACLU’S FIGHT FOR CIVIL RIGHTS IN THE TRUMP ERA

Intercept Editor-in-Chief Betsy Reed speaks with ACLU lawyers Brigitte Amiri, Lee Gelernt, and Chase Strangio about civil rights in Trump’s America.

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Kandie – Faggot Dreams [VID]

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From #LHHollywood & #WILDnOUT | Not a “bisexual rapper”, jst a rapper who happens to be bisexual..Creative Genius

If you’ve been on Istagram long enough you’ve come across one of Kandie’s videos at least once. Many young Creative’s have used the free platform to gain notoriety. JayWill gained fans and haters alike with his alter ego Kandie by uploading videos showcasing his lyrical skills while dressed in drag. His talent has landed him a reoccuring roll on Love and Hip Hop Hollywood as well as Nick Canon’s Wild N Out.

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LGBT romantic drama SEBASTIAN

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<p><a href=”https://vimeo.com/247881560″>Sebastian</a&gt; from <a href=”https://vimeo.com/wolfeondemand”>Wolfe Video</a> on <a href=”https://vimeo.com”>Vimeo</a&gt;.</p>

LGBT romantic drama SEBASTIAN released on February 6, 2018 worldwide on DVD & VOD via Wolfe.
Written, directed and starring James Fanizza, the film features Katya (also known as Brian McCook) from Rupaul’s Drag Race and the hit Vice series The Trixie and Katya Show.
SEBASTIAN Still 6 - Courtesy of Wolfe
In this urban gay love story, sexy Argentinian hunk Sebastian (Alex House) arrives in Toronto on a one week visit and meets his cousin’s boyfriend, Alex (writer-director, James Fanizza). Instant attraction leads Alex to question his rocky relationship with his boyfriend. As he and Sebastian decide to explore their forbidden passion, they connect deep in emotion. Alex must confront his conflicted feelings for his boyfriend and Sebastian, as well as some surprising, long buried secrets from his past.
SEBASTIAN Still 3 - Courtesy of Wolfe
SEBASTIAN is a uniquely modern story – exploring the search for love in an age of instant gratification, online hookups, and the yearning for connection in an age of convenience and superficiality. It paints a nuanced portrait of 20-something queerness; that perpetual feeling of having what you want at the tip of your fingers, but not being sure if you really want to grab it.
 
This intimate feature debut from filmmaker / actor James Fanizza features Brian “Katya” McCook from The Trixie and Katya Show RuPaul’s Drag Race, Alex House, and acclaimed Mexican/South African actress-singer Amanda Martinez.