April 3, 2020

With New York City being the epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic in the United States, Broadway, for the first time, has come to a grinding halt and all shows have been cancelled  beginning March 12th through at least April 20th. And as the pandemic continues to spread, that cancellation could last further into June.

But although the theatres have shut down, Broadway has opened up their archival vaults to the digital world through the hash tag #BroadwayRewind. 

Fans of Broadway shows can now zoom through the ages to witness clips from the 2...

April 1, 2020

From the snowy romances of Winter to the sweaty and sexy romances of Summer, Romance Daily News covers it all. So when I was tasked with writing up a romance themed article for April 1st, one question came to my mind: can an April Fool’s romance actually exist?

I mean, let’s be real: how many times have we stumbled upon horrible prank break ups that go horribly wrong? Or break up pranks that actually lead to a break up? Honestly. So I did a little digging for some interesting April Fool’s romance stories, and I was not disappointed.

Through m...

March 30, 2020

While the U.S. takes small steps in preventing the coronavirus through social distancing, it seems that many who are not living in the epicenter of the coronavirus, places like New York, California, and New Jersey, are not taking preventive measures seriously. It seems many are downplaying the severity of how contagious the disease really is.

Kevin Bacon an actor known for the hilarious theory of “Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon” has come up with a thoughtful way to show his millions of fans why social distancing is important.

For those who are un...

March 28, 2020

With everyone self-quarantined, numerous industries have opened up to the public through digital streaming to enjoy things from the comfort of their homes. Musicians are going live on social media, drag queens continue to perform, and the animals of zoos came out to play. 

That’s right, zoo’s are setting up cameras so lovers of aquariums and zoos can watch all their favorite critters right from the couch, while also practicing safe, social-distancing. 

One such zoo, the Dallas Zoo, has turned on their cameras to bring you behind-the-scenes fo...

March 26, 2020

Missing the late night famous drag shows of New York, ordering vodka crans or whiskey sours? Need some of that wild energy? No need to miss out, because drag queens are moving online. 

Okay, the move to digital is not exactly lip syncing and wigs, but it’s a bit of a calmer energy necessary for quarantine. 

Drag queen Nina West has moved her storytime event to Instagram, where she entertains children reading children’s stories. In her last event she read RED: A Crayon Story by Michael Hall. 

For those who missed Nina West’s storytime event, th...

March 23, 2020

Marvel has decided, very foolishly I must say, to assemble a team of remarkable, diverse super heroes who fight bad guys and social injustices. Sounds like a pretty cool team? Well, if you’re familiar with Marvel’s version of inclusion, you already know this is not what it seems. 

In an attempt to create a new version of the superhero team The New Warriors. The new comics follow the old cast of The New Warriors, consisting of Night Thrasher, Firestar, Rage, Speedball, Namorita and Silhouette, mentoring the New New Warriors which feature new...

March 19, 2020

In the midst of the chaos that is the coronavirus pandemic, families have been forced to say goodbye to loved ones for some time in fear of infecting those who may be vulnerable. That includes family members who may have a medical worker in the family, people who are immunocompromised, and the elderly. 

But for one man, Bob from Vernon, Connecticut, coronavirus didn’t stop him from celebrating his 67th wedding anniversary outside his wife’s nursing home in Stafford Springs on Saturday. He brought a sign outside her window that said, “I’ve lo...

March 17, 2020

While countries including France, Spain and Italy move aggressively to slow down the progression of the coronavirus pandemic, or flattening the curve as officials are saying, the United States is moving at iceberg speed. 

Despite Donald Trump’s proclamation that “everything is running smoothly” and that they have everything under control, many members of government have come forward to call Trump out for his lack of poor management. 

Senate Appropriations Committee Chairman Richal Shelby has stated, “It seems to me at the outset that this req...

March 16, 2020

With the rise of the global coronavirus pandemic, people around the world are taking precautionary steps to slow down the spread of the virus, leading to millions of people stuck inside with family members and significant others. 

So what’s there to do? 

One of the easiest things to do right now with your significant other is kick up your feet, snuggle together (of course after washing your hands), and do some binge watching on some streaming networks. If you don’t have an account, most do free trials. Though if you need it to last, do it in...

March 12, 2020

Once again a small, itsy bitsy piece of LGBTQ+ representation is being criticized and, consequently, banned from particular markets. This time it’s Pixar’s latest film Onward, banned in four Middle Eastern countries, for a miniscule scene where nothing is actually shown.

In one scene, as The Mary Sue explained, “Lena Waithe’s character, Officer Specter, mentions her girlfriend’s child when Barley (Chris Pratt) and Ian (Tom Holland) are trying to trick the cops and get out of trouble using magic.”

And, according to the BBC, “The character choi...

March 11, 2020

It’s that time of the year again, folks. LAMBDA has announced their finalists yesterday for the 2020 year award ceremony in 24 different categories. Each book Is judged by over 60 judges, literary professionals who “spent countless hours considering a record-breaking number of submissions.

As LAMDA notes, “For many LGBTQ authors, the Lammys were among the first awards to record their work,” which is important, considering many of the bigger publishing companies are not putting in the work to properly sell nor even recognize their diverse tit...

March 9, 2020

It seems love finds itself even in the smallest of places, even in a galaxy far, far away. 

In a touching video circulating the internet, long time Star Wars fan Lana decided to propose to her boyfriend in the Galaxy’s Edge attraction in DisneyWorld in front of the Millennium Falcon. 

Lana, ever the careful planner, waited for a light-saber meet up—an informal event where Star Wars fans gather in front of the Millennium Falcon at night, cutting their way through the darkness with their lightsabers. As the night goes on, the crowd gets bigger...

March 6, 2020

After Billy Porter’s recently stunning red carpet looks, most of which have been wickedly gorgeous gowns, the Internet couldn’t help compare him to Cinderella’s fairy godmother. And it got people thinking, what if Billy Porter played the fairy godmother in a live-action adaptation of Cinderella? 

And while the news was released to the public back in October regarding the casting of Sony’s Cinderella, Porter recently revealed in an interview with CBSNews that he will be playing the fairy godmother as genderless, even if it isn’t directly stat...

March 3, 2020

Cereal lovers rejoice! IHOP has announced yesterday they will be rolling out with their brand new cereal pancake made with a unique variety of cereals and different flavors. 

Each order comes with two buttermilk pancakes, fluffy enough and big enough to contain a delicious bite every time. Each order, however, will be made with a different cereal and different toppings.

The Cinnamon Toast Crunch™ pancakes will be made with two buttermilk pancakes topped with cinnamon spread, Cinnamon Toast Crunch cereal, cream cheese icing, a crown of whipped...

March 1, 2020

Picture features the "LGBT-free zones in Poland today. 

On February 25th, a third of Poland has declared itself to be an official “LGBT-free” zone as local municipalities signed a pledge adopting resolutions against “LGBT propaganda”. The nearly 100 Polish municipal or local governments have pledged to “refrain from acts that encourage tolerance and must avoid providing financial assistance to NGOs working to promote equal rights.”

Shortly after this vote activists revealed the extent of the anti-LGBT zones in Poland through an “Atlas of Hate...

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