LGBT 

JockNight Interview

(Credit to SAMANTHA GUESS PHOTOGRAPHY for the photos used above) Before the show, I was lucky enough to be given an interview with the cast and writer/director of the JockNight play and given an insight to the workings of the play and the event as a whole, which was part of the OUT/STAGE/US art event, which took place on the 7th and 8th of August 2017. Interview: Producer – Adam Zane Cast -Adam Waddington, Michael Byron, MJ Manning and Sam Blackhurts. What made you all want to do the show? Sam…

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LGBT 

OUT/STAGE/US night 1 review

OUT/STAGE/US is a new quarterly LGBT+ theatre event in Manchester, that presents LGBT themed short plays, films, music, comedy, spoken word and art pieces. Local LGBT+ artists have all come together to be showcased over the course of 2 evenings at the Hope Mill Theatre. Time, and skills have all come together from various people and places for this new event.  For the opportunity to take part in the future events, submit anything that you think could be a good contribution to : Writers/directors/actors – adam@hopetheatrecompany.com. Film-makers – lemfilms@hotmail.com From…

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Celebrities Coming Out LGBT Music Pop Culture 

Aaron Carter bares his soul in emotional coming out post on social media

This popular singer, also known as being brother to Backstreet Boy Nick carter, over the weekend made an emotional post, stating that is had been weighing on his chest. In a twitter post aimed at his fans, he came out as Bisexual saying “There’s something I’d like to say that I feel is important for myself and my identity that has been weighing on my chest for nearly half of my life.”  A post shared by Aaron Carter (@aaroncarter) on Aug 6, 2017 at 10:48pm PDT Making his fame in…

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Celebrities LGBT Pop Culture 

This Drag Queen Just Slays! We Love Her!

This amazing Queen, was performing at the Palace Bar in Miami, when out of nowhere she pulled an amazing trick out of her bag! Spurred on by cheers from the onlooking audience she danced her way around and on tables before climbing onto a double decker bus, much to the surprise of others. Once at the top she continued her dance, even hanging off the side and revealing her incredible flexibility. What happened next though, shocked everyone! Including us! WE KNOW!! Most drag queens showcase their talent in acting, dancing…

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Events LGBT Lifestyle Travel 

Pride 2017: Liverpool

With neighbouring city Manchester taking the limelight for gay events we take a look at Liverpool’s resurgence as a gay destination and hotspot. We interviewed General Manager Ryan Fanthorpe of Liverpool’s gay nightclub, Heaven. With Liverpool Pride upcoming 29th-30th July 2017 we take a look at Liverpool’s prime place to be that weekend. What has Heaven got lined up for pride? “We are going for an indoor festival feel, we don’t know what to expect yet. Manchester and Birmingham have more of a house music feel” Alongside this, Heaven will…

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Dating LGBT 

Cutest Same Sex Marriage Proposals

Everyone has their dream wedding, but not everyone thinks about having a dream proposal. Well, after seeing these, we definitely are starting to make plans for what we want. We just cant cope with the adorable things we have witnessed! Well first off we have an adorable couple based in London, Nick and Dominic. One day, the pair were out in a sunny London and decided to get a caricature done. Simple enough, yet what started as just a cute caricature of the couple turned into a heart wrenchingly cute…

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Celebrities Coming Out LGBT Pop Culture 

7 Celebrities and Their Inspiring Coming Out Stories

Its a well known fact that all these celebrities have come out to their friends, family and the general public and in this day and age its not really as “shocking” as it once used to be. All these celebrities have come out at different times in their lives, careers and even decades, and we love them all for it! Ellen DeGeneres Hers is probably one of the most famous we know of, especially since in April 1997 she posed on the cover of Times Magazine with the words “Yep,…

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Politics & News 

Orlando – One Year On.

On the 12th June 2016, the world was rocked by another shooting, this one taking place in a popular gay nightclub called Pulse in Orlando. Taking the lives of 49 people and injuring 58 others, a security guard, Omar Mateen opened fire in the club at 2am during its Latin themed night in which 300 people were in attendance. Now a year on, we remember the victims, who lost their lives in this tragic event. With Pulse becoming an unofficial site of remembrance, as early in the morning hundreds of…

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