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The AIDS crisis drops like a bomb on 1980s London, rocking a circle of friends in Russell T. Davies' "It’s a Sin"
Police have said they will not penalize people engaging in late-night liaisons so long as it doesn't facilitate the spread of COVID-19
The couple found the perfect way to beat their COVID-19 isolation boredom
Police cite "evidentiary difficulties" after men allegedly shouted "dyke" and "lesbos" on Ryanair flight
Waseem Abbas plays gay IT specialist Muhannad, who remains closeted around his Arab and Muslim friends
Police have arrested five teenagers over the "disgusting, misogynistic attack"
The documentary McQueen captures the illustrious designer's career as a symphony of genius, exultation, and depression
Activists from Get the L Out held anti-transgender signs and blocked the parade route until they were allowed to participate
Parents felt the school was "shoving LGBT issues down the kids’ throats"
Only 3% of straight people picked LGBTQ rights as an issue that most concerns them
Event is intended to show "solidarity" with marginalized groups who have been targeted by the Trump administration
Satin, lace, and tension fill Paul Thomas Anderson's latest auteur-driven drama Phantom Thread
British police called the incident a "hate crime" and are trying to track down the attackers
Constellation Theatre's Peter and the Starcatcher is a fantastically entertaining trip to Neverland
Mike Bartlett's King Charles III is one regal encounter you won't want to miss