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MTV’s dating show Are You The One? is back for its eighth season with a gloriously queer twist: every one of the cast members this year is sexually fluid. “Welcome to the most ambitious matchmaking experiment ever attempted,” said host Ryan Devlin. 16 sexy singletons from all across the US have flown to Hawaii for the summer in hopes to find their perfect match. And the best part is, there are no gender limitations. The aim of the game is...

French inventor Franky Zapata will attempt to cross the English Channel on his jet-powered flyboard on Thursday. Zapata became known as the 'flying soldier' when he showed off his invention before the world's media at France's Bastille Day military parade on July 14. He will set off from Sangatte on the north French coast on Thursday to fly to St Margaret's Bay near Dover. The flight is expected to take just 20 minutes. The feat is set to coincide with the 110th anniversary...

The 16-year-old Swedish environmentalist Greta Thunberg is to address the French parliament on Tuesday afternoon but she is likely to get a frosty reaction from a group of right-wing MPs. On Saturday, Guillaume Larrivé, presidential candidate of Les Républicains, called on his colleagues to "boycott" Thunberg’s speech at the National Assembly. “We don't need apocalyptic gurus to fight climate change intelligently, we need scientific progress and political courage.” Republican Julien Aubert also announced that he would not show up to “applaud the...

Remember last year when BenDeLaCreme eliminated herself on the third season of Drag Race All Stars and made herstory as the only contestant to do so on the main stage? Yeah, it was a gag, but… we’re not here to talk about that. This year, the terminally delightful two-time Snatch Game winner launched her fourth critically-acclaimed solo show, Ready to be Committed, which follows her character as she embraces her inner bridezilla (sorta) for her upcoming nuptials. “The fight for marriage...

Dark Sublime is a fictional TV series with a cult following, and Sirtis is here playing Marianne – a former star of that invented 70’s show. Best remembered in the real world for her role as Deanna Troi on Star Trek: The Next Generation, this is a part that fits Sirtis like a well-tailored space-glove. And her lesbian best friend Kate is played by Jaqueline King who is perhaps most well-known for her appearances as Catherine Tate’s Mum in...

Based on Robert James Waller’s bestselling 1992 novel – and subsequent film starring Clint Eastwood and Meryl Streep – The Bridges of Madison County tells the story of Francesca, an Italian woman who has moved to the USA with her American husband Bud to raise a family. While Bud and the children are away at the Iowa state fair, a National Geographic photographer, Robert, stops at the house to ask directions; he has been tasked with taking photos of...

Black Mirror might return to the world of San Junipero, according to creator Charlie Brooker. The episode, which aired during the show’s third season, told the story of Yorkie (Mackenzie Davis) and Kelly (Gugu Mbatha-Raw), two women who fall in love in a town called San Junipero, a simulated reality the elderly can inhabit. It was critically-acclaimed for the chemistry between its two leads, and for the surprisingly uplifting tone in a series usually plagued by tragedy. It won two Emmy...

“It’s a lot of things,” she says, speaking to us on the phone from Los Angeles where she’s in her car on her way to her next appointment. Angelica’s not complaining at all though, adding that she loves being “booked and busy” – and following her standout performance in Pose, we suspect it’s going to be that way for some time yet. We are living in a golden age of television and at its centre Pose is a drama shining...

“It’s a lot of things,” she says, speaking to us on the phone from Los Angeles where she’s in her car on her way to her next appointment. Angelica’s not complaining at all though, adding that she loves being “booked and busy” – and following her standout performance in Pose, we suspect it’s going to be that way for some time yet. We are living in a golden age of television and at its centre Pose is a drama shining...

Canadian drag performer slash professional ballet dancer Brooke Lynn Hytes made HERstory earlier this year when she become the first ever queen from the North to sashay into the Drag Race werkroom. After winning a total of three challenges and providing fans with one of the most gag-worthy lip syncs in recent memory (Sorry Not Sorry), Brooke earned a position in the coveted top two and fought for the title of America’s Next Drag Superstar alongside Yvie Oddly in the...

Yvie Oddly has issued an apology to her fans over recent “controversial” tweets. The queen – who won the eleventh season of RuPaul’s Drag Race – caused “quite the stir” on Twitter after telling fans that she will refuse to take photos after she finishes a show, saying: “Don’t be selfish.” “Imagine that you’re a very passionate chef who landed your dream job at a prestigious restaurant,” she wrote. “Imagine that you just spent a long day on your feet cooking...

As the vast majority of MLB, NBA, MLS, and NHL teams demonstrate on a yearly basis, Pride Nights are now a regular and accepted part of the sports calendar. Even NFL teams, which historically have never dedicated a specific game to Pride, have made extraordinary efforts to show support for their LGBTQ fans. Across sports, the vast majority of major league teams send a contingent to march in their home cities’ Pride Parades and several active players choose to...

Netflix have released the first trailer for Dear White People’s upcoming third season. After the explosive events of season two, which saw Samantha White (Logan Browning) lose her father and stumble across a massive conspiracy theory, the character proclaims in the trailer that she’s “done” with her radio show. So this time around, her bff Joelle Brooks (Ashley Blaine Feathers) is taking her spot in the radio booth. “The show is going to be a little different with your girl, we’re...

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The top Democrat on the U.S. House Judiciary Committee said Sunday he believes there is “substantial evidence” that President Donald Trump committed high crimes and misdemeanors, and he plans to ask former Special Counsel Robert Mueller to present those facts at a congressional hearing on Wednesday. “The report presents very substantial evidence that the president is guilty of high crime and misdemeanors, and we have to let Mueller present those facts to the American people and...

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