Tag "LGBT Representation"

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Scarlett Johansson pulls out of ‘Rub & Tug’ following Controversy over Trans Man Casting

Scarlett Johansson has decided to pull out of the film Rub & Tug after her casting caused a large-scale controversy over the cisgender actress being tapped to play Dante “Tex”

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Sarah Jessica Parker admits ‘Sex and the City’ failed in its representation of LGBTI people

Sarah Jessica Parker has admitted that Sex and the City should have done a better job of representing the LGBTI community. The star of the HBO series said that if

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TIERs presents the poster of upcoming movie

All week, The Initiative for Equal Rights (TIERs) had been teasing us with behind-the-scenes photos of an upcoming movie project simply identified with the hashtag #WDLHA. Today, they finally unveiled

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Twitter User schools detractors of ‘Love, Simon’ on the relevance of the film

Based on the novel, Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertali, Greg Berlanti‘s new film, Love, Simon, is the first ever major studio film aimed at teens to

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Florence Kasumba speaks on why ‘Black Panther’ removed its Lesbian Relationship

Black Panther accumulated historic numbers at the box office over the weekend, earning $426.6 million globally and $242 domestically. Overall, the reviews have been exceedingly positive, and the film shines

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‘Black Panther’ Screenwriter Talks About The Straight-washing of Lesbian Character

After speculations surfaced last year about a possible lesbian romance in Marvel’s Black Panther movie, the film’s screenwriter has finally spoken out. Back in April of last year, an early

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Fantastic Beasts 2’s Dumbledore and Grindelwald Love Is About More Than Representation

Originally published on player.one Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald director David Yates told Entertainment Weekly that, while Johnny Depp as the dark magician Grindelwald and Jude Law as Albus

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This Comic Book Artist had a beautiful response to homophobia

Homophobia comes in all shapes and sizes. It can be violent, abusive and terrifying, but even a steady drip, drip, drip can do enormous damage on its targets. In any

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5 Times Beyoncé Showed LGBTQ Inclusively In Her Artistry

Originally published on billboard.com Laverne Cox shocked the world when she announced that she and Beyoncé are working on a secret project in August. In the tweet from Cox’s official