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Shitty Person Wins Case Against UK Police Who Warned Him About His Transphobic Tweets

A high court in the UK ruled on Friday that police should not have visited a man who sent out “transphobic” tweets at his place of work and that they had a “substantial chilling effect” by doing so, the Guardian reported.Read more...
Tags: Twitter, UK, Science, Technology, Social Media, Courts, Lgbtq, Trans, Hate Speech, Free Speech, LGBTQA, Shitty Person Wins Case Against UK Police

Marvel's First Big-Screen Queer Couple Will Be Eternals' Haaz Sleiman and Brian Tyree Henry

Last summer, Marvel head Kevin Feige cleared up some confusion about when audiences could expect to see the studio’s first queer superhero fighting to save the world on the big screen. After initial reports that Tessa Thompson’s Valkyrie would explore her canonical bisexuality in Thor: Love & Thunder, Feige explained…Read more...
Tags: Science, Marvel, Disney, Lgbtq, Marvel Studios, Tessa Thompson, Kevin Feige, Representation, Feige, Haaz Sleiman, Brian Tyree Henry, The Eternals, Exclusively Gay Moments

Batman's Latest Scribe on Telling New Stories With One of DC's Oldest Heroes

There are more comics for more people than ever before, but for better or worse, the mainstays aren’t going anywhere. Best known for his work on Batman over at DC Comics, James Tynion IV is very cognizant of how the cycle of comics operates. He knows there’s an art to telling stories that have already been told, and …Read more...
Tags: Video, Science, Interview, Dc Comics, Wonder Woman, Lgbtq, Batman, Warner Bros, DC Entertainment, New York Comic Con, Representation, New York Comic Con 2019, James Tynion Iv, DC Comics James Tynion IV

Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts' Casual Queerness Is Fantastic

Dreamworks’ Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts is all about a group of (mostly) average kids making their way around a strange post-apocalyptic land. It’s been overrun with mutated, sentient animals who’ve driven most of humanity to live in hiding underground. On any given day, chances are good that you could run into a…Read more...
Tags: Science, Love, Netflix, Animation, Sexuality, Dreamworks, Streaming, Dreamworks Animation, Lgbtq, KIPO, Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts

GLAAD's Kicking Off the New Year With Some Excellent Nominations

Though the GLAAD awards are a celebration and recognition of the work that creators have done to spotlight queer stories, they’re also a testament to the ways in which entertainment is changing and becoming a more inclusive space.
Tags: Science, Lgbtq, Steven Universe, Bloom, GLAAD, Watchmen, She Ra And The Princesses Of Power, Steven Universe The Movie, Lumber Janes, Runawaus, The Avant Guards

It Doesn't Count If Your Character Comes Out in a Junket Interview

In a recent interview with Out, Dame Judi Dench mused about her relationship to Cats and described how she sees her character, Old Deuteronomy as trans because the role has traditionally been portrayed by male actors. Actors really do say the darnedest things, don’t they?Read more...
Tags: Science, Cats, Judi Dench, Lgbtq, Universal, Dame Judi Dench, Representation, Queerness

Big Mouth Co-Creator Nick Kroll Addresses 'Woke Culture' and Comedy

Joker director Todd Phillips has had some...things to say. Recently, the Hangover architect faced backlash for explaining that he switched from comedy to drama because “woke culture” killed comedy. But there are plenty of comedians producing excellent work. This includes Nick Kroll, the co-creator and star of…Read more...
Tags: Video, Comedy, Science, Netflix, Animation, Streaming, Nick Kroll, Lgbtq, Joker, Todd Phillips, Big Mouth, New York Comic Con, Jason Mantzoukas, New York Comic Con 2019

Link About It: This Week’s Picks

From headphones grown from fungus to a new understanding of procrastination, our round-up of the internet this week LGBTQ+ Activists Marsha P Johnson and Sylvia Rivera to Get NYC Monument A statue planned for Greenwich Village’s Ruth Wittenberg Triangle will honor Marsha P Johnson and Sylvia Rivera, activists and icons of the LGBTQ+ community. The pair co-founded Street Transvestite Action Revolutionaries, an organization that offered …
Tags: Psychology, Auto, Science, Design, Cars, Tech, Ios Apps, Nature, Porsche, Electric Vehicles, Studies, Fiat, Lgbtq, Products, Linkaboutit, Link About It

The X-Men's Latest Death Highlights Why Marvel's Mutant Metaphor Can't Be a Substitute for Representation

Marvel’s Uncanny X-Men #17, from writer Matthew Rosenberg, artist Carlos Gómez, and colorist Guru-eFX, is meant to be an issue about the kinds of evil and hatred the X-Men have sworn to protect their fellow mutants from. Instead, it’s actually an example of how using mutants as a metaphor for persecuted minorities…Read more...
Tags: Science, Marvel, Lgbtq, Marvel Comics, Carlos Gomez, Matthew Rosenberg, X Men, Uncanny X Men, Guru Efx

Samuel R. Delany on His Legacy, Creativity, and 'Promiscuously Autobiographical' Work

Writer Samuel R. Delany professes confusion at the kinds of titles his audience has sometimes attributed to him—in a Facebook post last year, he mentioned that some considered him a sort of Grand Marshall of Sci-Fi, and wondered what it meant.Read more...
Tags: Facebook, Comics, Science, Interview, New York City, Lgbtq, Samuel R Delany

Avengers: Endgame, Dark Matter, and a Fake Bear Not Named Ron: Best Gizmodo Stories of the Week

It’s nearly May, and you know what that means: Game of Thrones will be ending, Divination Bot will soon return to haunt your sleep with machine-generated nightmares, and the weather will be much less depressing.Read more...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, Uber, Science, Technology, Microsoft, Privacy, Labor, Neuroscience, Star Trek, Cybersecurity, Mouse, Consumer Product Safety Commission, Oceans, Game Of Thrones, Aviation

How Queer Is Star Trek?

Star Trek is not just one of the longest-running sci-fi franchises ever, it is also the most hopeful. The Federation represents the pinnacle of humanity: the idea that we can and will make a better life for each other. Yet, despite Trek’s message of a better future for all, LGBTQ+ characters are few and far between,…Read more...
Tags: Science, Interview, Tig Notaro, Star Trek, Lgbtq, Trek, Wilson Cruz, Representation, Ronald D Moore, Jonathan Frakes, Rick Berman, Star Trek Deep Space Nine, The federation, Star Trek Discovery, Star Trek The Next Generation, Star Trek The Original Series

6 Things We Loved About Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Part 2 (and One We Really, Really Didn't)

Hail...Satan? Netflix’s Chilling Adventures of Sabrina has returned with its second season. How does it hold up against its much-hyped debut? Hop on your broomstick, because we’re about to take a bumpy ride. Read more...
Tags: Science, Review, Netflix, Streaming, Lgbtq, Witches, Kiernan Shipka, Sabrina, Lucy Davis, Miranda Otto, Michelle Gomez, The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Chance Perdomo, Lachlan Watson

Chinese Dating App for Queer and Lesbian Women Reportedly Left 5.3 Million Profiles Exposed

A Chinese dating app for lesbian and queer women exposed the profiles and private data of over 5.3 million users, TechCrunch reported on Wednesday, possibly since June 2018.Read more...
Tags: Apps, Science, Technology, Privacy, China, Cybersecurity, Surveillance, Data Breach, Dating, Lgbtq, Dating Apps

J.K. Rowling Adds More Fuel to the Dumbledore/Grindelwald Fire 

The upcoming Blu-ray release of Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald features some choices quotes from writer J.K. Rowling and director David Yates regarding the are-they/aren’t-they relationship between Albus Dumbledore and Gellert Grindelwald.Read more...
Tags: Books, Science, Harry Potter, Jk Rowling, Lgbtq, Warner Bros, Fantastic Beasts, J K Rowling, Albus Dumbledore, Blu Ray, Grindelwald, David Yates, Fantastic Beasts The Crimes Of Grindelwald, Dumbledore Grindelwald Fire, Gellert Grindelwald Read

Star Trek: Discovery's Stars Reveal More About Last Night's Big Surprise

Star Trek: Discovery’s stars finally got a chance to talk more in depth about a big plot kept secret for a while.Read more...
Tags: Science, Star Trek, Lgbtq, Cbs All Access, Anthony Rapp, Wilson Cruz, Star Trek Discovery

Moffitt leads the nation in addressing LGBTQ health care disparities and education

Moffitt launched the first nationwide survey to identify potential gaps in attitudes, knowledge and institutional practices for LGBTQ patients. The results were published today in the Journal of Clinical Oncology.
Tags: Science, Lgbtq, Moffitt

LGBTQ Video Game Exhibition Opens In Berlin

Berlin’s Schwules Museum has opened a brand new exhibition named “Rainbow Arcade” to celebrate the history of LGBTQ culture and stories in video gaming.Read more...
Tags: Science, Berlin, Kotakucore, Lgbtq, Indie games, Schwules Museum, Robert Yang, Lgbtq Games Archive, Rainbow Arcade, Queers In Love At The End Of The World, Butterfly Soup, Dominique Pamplemousse

Best of CH 2018: Link About It

Our take on the best thoughtful, eccentric and inspiring stories from the internet this year Beyond what we create ourselves at CH, we’re always reading, watching and viewing content from publishers we admire. Each day we share some of the internet’s best in our Link section. This year, we were enthralled by stories about space, climate change, cultural phenomenons, empowering displays of art, ghost stories and …
Tags: Food, Space, Science, Design, Internet, Climate Change, Film, Environment, Tech, Nasa, Culture, Pollution, Food Waste, Lgbtq, Ai, Linkaboutit

Runaways' Creators Discuss the Team's Evolution and the Importance of Found Families

The teen heroes of Hulu’s Runaways spent an entire season working up the nerve to put their money where the show’s mouth is and actually run away. But the time that was put into actually fleshing out their characters was something the show’s co-creators Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage wanted to take in order to …Read more...
Tags: Science, Interview, Marvel, Streaming, Runaways, Lgbtq, Marvel Comics, Hulu, Marvel Studios, Marvel Cinematic Universe, Josh Schwartz, Stephanie Savage, Importance of Found Families

How Fantastic Beasts Failed at Representation, and What J.K. Rowling Can Do About It

I come not to bury J.K. Rowling, but to praise her. Harry Potter was an honest to god phenomenon, impacting my generation in roughly the same way Star Wars did for the one before us. The world she created fascinated us and the fandom was deeply invested in the story. But in her rush to expand the Wizarding World…Read more...
Tags: Books, Science, Harry Potter, Jk Rowling, Lgbtq, Warner Bros, Pottermore, Fantastic Beasts, J K Rowling, Representation, Fantastic Beasts The Crimes Of Grindelwald

The Stars of Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Discuss the Show's Feminist Ideals

The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is going to be spooky, sure, but it might be pretty progressive, too.Read more...
Tags: Science, Netflix, Streaming, Lgbtq, Sabrina, Archie Comics, The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina

The Stars of The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Discuss the Show's Feminist Ideals

The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is going to be spooky, sure, but it might be pretty progressive, too. Read more...
Tags: Science, Netflix, Lgbtq, Sabrina, Archie Comics, The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina

Fantastic Beasts 2 Will Make It 'Clear' That Dumbledore Is Gay, According to the Director

Months ago, Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald director David Yates courted controversy among some Harry Potter fans by saying that the movie—despite featuring a young Dumbledore grappling with confronting his now-villainous love interest—would not address author J.K. Rowling’s post-book reveal that…Read more...
Tags: Books, Science, Harry Potter, Jk Rowling, Lgbtq, Warner Bros, J K Rowling, Dumbledore, Grindelwald, David Yates, Fantastic Beasts The Crimes Of Grindelwald

Adventure Time's Finale Was a Bittersweet Goodbye But the Beginning of Something New

The distinct undertones of loss and mourning throughout Adventure Time’s hour-long finale, “Come Along With Me,” feel both appropriate for the special’s focus on the Great Gum War and at odds with the larger show’s generally optimistic worldview.Read more...
Tags: Music, Science, Animation, Lgbtq, Cartoon Network, Adventure Time

Voltron's Complicated, Imperfect LGBQT Representation Is Tearing the Fandom Apart

Even if you weren’t there in the San Diego Comic-Con hall where it was first announced that Voltron: Legendary Defender’s Shiro is a gay man whose relationship would be explored in , fans made sure the world knew.Read more...
Tags: Science, Interview, Netflix, Animation, Dreamworks, Streaming, Dreamworks Animation, Lgbtq, Shiro, Voltron, Joaquim Dos Santos, Lauren Montgomery, Voltron Legendary Defender, San Diego Comic Con hall

Ruby Rose Reveals She Grew Up as an Actual Batwoman

The CW has enlisted Ruby Rose (The Meg) to be their live-action Kate Kane in the upcoming Arrow/Flash/Supergirl crossover special and next year’s potential Batwoman series from Caroline Dries. The moment her casting was announced, it immediately clicked. But now, the actress is sharing just how much like Batwoman she…Read more...
Tags: Science, Batwoman, Lgbtq, Batman, Cw, Bats, Ruby Rose, Caroline, Kate Kane, Dc Cw Verse, Ruby Rose The Meg

The CW's Live-Action Batwoman Is Ruby Rose

The CW has apparently found its Batwoman: Ruby Rose is heading to Gotham City.Read more...
Tags: Science, Dc Comics, Batwoman, Lgbtq, Warner Bros, Cw, Ruby Rose, Gotham City Read, Dc Cw Verse, Dc Enterainment

Link About It: This Week's Picks: Lesbian archives, water on Mars, essential art terms, saying goodbye to Jonathan Gold and more

1. Farewell to Jonathan Gold More than a restaurant critic and Pulitzer Prize winner, Jonathan Gold was a champion of his native Los Angeles. Gold, who wrote with genuine fondness and excitement about his food adventures, passed away this weekend...... Continue Reading...
Tags: Food, Space, Music, Science, Design, Writing, Alcohol, Lgbt, Brands, Tech, Nasa, Libraries, Rip, Lgbtq, Mars, Writers

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