Good afternoon and happy National Give Out Day!
Today Americans across the country are all giving funds to support the organizations that work on behalf of the LGBTQ community. Please help out if you can!
Happy birthday to Rent’s Rosario Dawson and Candice Bergen!
Evan Rachel Wood steals focus in the below ad for Gucci Guilty Black cologne.
Our gay brother Neil Patrick Harris will once again host the Tony Awards. Tune in to CBS on Sunday, June 9 to watch Harris host for fourth time.
In random news, Amy Poehler and her brother have started a Swedish TV production company called Syskon. Poehler’s brother Greg, who lives in Sweden, will star in a half-hour comedy called Welcome to Sweden, based on his real life. The Poehler siblings will be creating numerous half-hour comedies but you can only watch them if you live in Sweden.
Bling Ring director Sofia Coppola graces the cover of The Hollywood Reporter.
Tonight JD Samson presents PAT at Union Pool (484 Union Ave) in Brooklyn, New York. The free party runs from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m.
If you’re eager to see the magical film Now You See Me starring Isla Fischer, you can see the first four-minutes of the movie below.
Isabella Rossellini’s educational series Green Porno is back! You can catch the show’s latest installment called MAMMA, covering “creatures’ rites of passage into motherhood,” starting May 12 on the Sundance Channel.
The L Word’s Jennifer Beals and I do not agree on the below matter.
On Saturday, May 11 The Liberty Arts Gallery (435 Alamitos Ave, Long Beach, CA) is once again hosting an evening for LGBT artists. The events will be full of art, music, women and wine, in that order.
Video of the Day!
Watch a slew of straight people answer the question, “When did you choose to be straight?”