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RuPaul’s Drag Race franchise headed to Spain for latest spin-off

¡Hola Hola Hola! The Drag Race franchise is continuing to expand into new territories. Today (16 November), World of Wonder and Passion Distribution announced that the new international iteration will take place in Spain. Streaming exclusively on WOW Presents Plus in the UK at the same time as its debut on ATRESplayer PREMIUM in Spain, the series will chronicle the search for Spain’s First Drag Superstar. Like the original and its many spin-offs, the contestants will take part in weekly maxi-challenges, and each week, the bottom two queens will lip-sync…

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My Boyfriend Said He Hates Open Relationships. Then I Found Him On Grindr

Some gay men are OK with open relationships. Some prefer a strictly monogamous one. But what do you do when your boyfriend SAYS he hates cheaters and open relationships – and then you find out he’s been using dating apps? Also See: My Boyfriend Asked Permission To Cheat – So I Slept With His Target Myself That’s exactly what happened to this guy on Reddit, who found various hookup apps on his boyfriend’s tablet. “When we first starting dating”, the guy writes, “He made it clear how he hated open relationships and…

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Sam Smith reveals Lady Gaga was their inspiration to come out as non-binary

British LGBTQ+ icon Sam Smith took part in Vogue’s Beauty Secrets segment and opened up about their decision to change pronouns. In their delicate skincare and makeup tutorial, the UK artist shared more than their favourite beauty products and beauty tips. “I was 15 when The Fame came out and I was obsessed with Lady Gaga,” they said. “For me, she gave me complete permission to be myself and to be proud of my queerness. It was a form of expression, but it was also weirdly a form of protection…

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RuPaul shares sickening runway from upcoming Drag Race season

Fans have received a brand new look of RuPaul from the next season of Drag Race. In a new clip posted to World of Wonder’s social media, the Emmy-winning host can be seen in a Star-Spangled Banner-inspired ensemble on the runway, before urging fans to vote in the upcoming presidential election. “The time has come for you to vote for your life,” said Ru. “Good luck, and don’t fuck it up!” RuPaul continued to stress the importance on her Instagram, telling fans: “Everyone within the sound of my voice, I…

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The Sexiest 2020 Men’s Halloween Costumes On Instagram

2020 hasn’t been a very good year (to say the least), and even Halloween can’t be exactly what it used to be. But… we can still celebrate by looking at hot men, who either wore a sexy new costume, or at least brought on the memories of their sexy Halloween past… So here’s the 2020 collection of the sexiest men with the sexiest costumes: 1. Cameron Dallas became a hot American Psycho… (Be sure to swipe for more) View this post on Instagram I’m into murders and executions mostly A…

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BBC renews Drag Race UK for season 3 and teases release date for season 2

The highly-anticipated second season of RuPaul’s Drag Race UK will air in early 2021. RuPaul, Michelle Visage, Alan Carr and Graham Norton will introduce 12 (!) more queens to British audiences next year, following the monumental success of its debut season, which saw The Vivienne triumph as the UK’s First Drag Race Superstar. BBC Three and World of Wonder also announced that the werkroom doors will be opened for a third season. “Looking forward to better days! I’m happy to announce the triumphant return of RuPaul’s Drag Race UK,” said…

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Here are the LGBTQ+ senators and legislators who made history in the 2020 US election

Meet the diverse LGBTQ+ political pioneers changing the face of American history in the 2020 election. This year’s US election may have been more anxiety-inducing than any in recent memory, but among all the nail-biting drama we’re some history-making moments for LGBTQ+ candidates. The 2020 US Election provided a number of first across numerous states, increasing representation for LGBTQ+ people in positions of power. Here’s a breakdown of what we know so far: Michele Rayner-Goolsby Michele Rayner-Goolsby has become the first obama queer state legislator elected to Florida’s House of…

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Joe Biden becomes the first President to highlight transgender voters in victory speech

We stan Mr. Biden! Joe Biden has done what no president has done before… acknowledged and supported transgender people in his victory speech. “I’m proud of the campaign we built and ran, I’m proud of the coalition we put together — the broadest and most diverse coalition in history […] gay, straight, transgender, white Latino, Asian, Native American,” said the future President. This election has proven to be an exceptional time for LGBTQ+ politicians. Sarah McBride, Stephanie Byers, Brianna Titone, and Taylor Small are four trans candidates that won their…

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Apple has dropped over 100 new emojis and includes more LGBTQ+ emoticons

The new update includes a Trans Pride flag and more! Love them or hate them, it’s safe to say that emojis have become staples in peoples day to day text conversations Over the years, Apple has included an array of emojis in their frequent updates that range from flags, hearts, emotions and variety of foods and animals. But what sets this new iOS update from the rest is the inclusion of more LGBTQ+ inspired emojis. With over 100 new emoji options, users can now find a trans pride flag, gender-inclusive…

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Drag Race Holland host Fred van Leer says the show is “urgent” right now

Fred van Leer has discussed the importance of Drag Race Holland. The renowned Dutch presenter stepped into RuPaul’s heels for the latest spin-off in the franchise, which sees ten drag entertainers taking part in weekly challenges to earn the title of Netherlands’ First Drag Race Superstar. In addition to the crown, the winner of Drag Race Holland will receive a cover shoot in the Dutch magazine Cosmopolitan Nederland, and a one-of-a-kind haute couture dress by the Dutch designer Claes Iversen. Speaking to GAY TIMES, Fred describes the series as “fun,…

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