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Queer Stories and Actors Win Big at the Critics' Choice Awards

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Days after the gayest Golden Globes in recent memory, the Critics’ Choice Awards aired on the CW, rewarding queer actors like Janelle Monáe and Niecy Nash with major awards, and recognizing LGBTQ+ film and television shows such as Tár, Hacks, The Whale, and Everything Everywhere All At Once.The evening started out with a clever monologue from comedian Chelsea Handler, who said what the sapphics have always said: “[Cate Blanchett] should win an Oscar every year for just being alive.” She also highlighted some of this year’s biggest queer films, including Tár, Fire Island, and Bros.One of the first awards of the night went to gay icon Jennifer Coolidge for her role in The White Lotus.

Soon after, out actress Niecy Nash won the award for Best Supporting Actress in a Limited Series for her role in Ryan Murphy’s Dahmer.

During her acceptance speech, Nash thanked her wife and proudly exclaimed: “To everybody who doubted this Black woman, and told me what I couldn’t do, I want to humbly say: IN YOUR FACE!”Other queer Black performers were also celebrated during the evening.

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