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Watch: Ryan Cassata on Living Sober and the Power of Music

Watch: Ryan Cassata on Living Sober and the Power of Music

Watch award-winning singer-songwriter, actor, performer, published writer, LGBTQ+ activist and motivational speaker Ryan Cassata share the story of his journey toward sobriety.

CBD and a Stress-Free Summer

CBD and a Stress-Free Summer

HEALTH/FITNESS | By Matthew Wexler | Aug 5
One of our editors put Sunday Scaries CBD products to the test to shake off his stressed-out summer. This is what he discovered.

'Salad-Tossing' on 'The White Lotus' Explained by Actors Murray Bartlett & Lucas Gage

'Salad-Tossing' on 'The White Lotus' Explained by Actors Murray Bartlett & Lucas Gage

Actors Murray Bartlett and Lucas Gage explained how the "salad-tossing" scene on "The White Lotus" came to be.

Biden Nominates First LGBTQ+ Federal Appeals Court Nominee

Biden Nominates First LGBTQ+ Federal Appeals Court Nominee

NEWS | By Aamer Madhani | Aug 5
President Joe Biden is nominating a Vermont judge who played a critical role in paving the way for the legalization of same-sex marriage to become the first openly LGBTQ+ woman to serve on any federal circuit court.

Social Media Divided Over 'Jeopardy!' Producer Mike Richards Becoming Show's Permanent Host

Social Media Divided Over 'Jeopardy!' Producer Mike Richards Becoming Show's Permanent Host

With all the celebrity hosts taking over "Jeopardy!" in the past few months, it looks like the least-known person may take over the show's permanent hosting duties. It was reported that producer Mike Richards may get the gig.

1966 Death of Heiress' Employee Under Renewed Scrutiny

1966 Death of Heiress' Employee Under Renewed Scrutiny

NEWS | By Mark Pratt | Aug 5
When Doris Duke, a fabulously wealthy tobacco and power company heiress, ran over and killed a longtime employee and confidant at her Newport, Rhode Island, mansion in 1966, police took her at her word that it was an accident.

The Killers' Brandon Flowers Says New Song is Inspired by Gay Teen Contemplating Suicide

The Killers' Brandon Flowers Says New Song is Inspired by Gay Teen Contemplating Suicide

The Killers' frontman Brandon Flowers opened up about the band's upcoming album "Pressure Machine," noting that one track was inspired by a gay teen contemplating suicide.

Watch: 'FAKE GAIIS' Out TikToker Calls Out Straights Pretending to be Gay

Watch: 'FAKE GAIIS' Out TikToker Calls Out Straights Pretending to be Gay

A gay TikToker expressed his anger at others on the social media platform who have two accounts, one where they are their straight selves and another where they pretend to be gay to make money.

Miley Cyrus Reaches Out to DaBaby Amid Homophonic Comments Controversy

Miley Cyrus Reaches Out to DaBaby Amid Homophonic Comments Controversy

LGBTQ+ advocate and out pop star Miley Cyrus is reaching out to rapper DaBaby amid his ongoing controversy around anti-gay comments he recently made, which cost him several live gigs at music festivals, including Lollapalooza and the Governors Ball.

Watch: Man Brings Rock to Public Meeting, Threatens to Stone Out Official

Watch: Man Brings Rock to Public Meeting, Threatens to Stone Out Official

NEWS | By Kilian Melloy | Aug 5
Klamath Falls, Oregon, Assistant City Manager Eric Osterberg got a taste of that old-time religion when a man carrying a rock into a public meeting told him he should be "stoned" for being gay and accused him of "spreading AIDS."


News

'Little Louganis' Jordan Windle Ready for his Olympic Dive

'Little Louganis' Jordan Windle Ready for his Olympic Dive

SPORTS | By Kilian Melloy | Aug 5
American Olympic diver Jordan Windle — dubbed "Little Louganis" for the famed out athlete who mentored him — is ready for his shot at Olympic gold, and his gay dad will be cheering him on.


Business

Watch: Married Same-Sex Couple Say Burger King Workers Harassed, Threatened Them

Watch: Married Same-Sex Couple Say Burger King Workers Harassed, Threatened Them

NATIONAL | By Kilian Melloy | Aug 4
A married couple claims they were harassed with anti-gay slurs and threatened by Burger King employees in Salida, California. They've since reported the incident to the police.


Technology

Dating Changed During the Pandemic; Apps are Following Suit

Dating Changed During the Pandemic; Apps are Following Suit

CULTURE | By Urooba Jamal | Aug 3
Despite the social distancing of the past 18 months, the use of dating apps in general has surged as people sought connections amid their isolation and dating apps are responding by rolling out new features.


Finance

Don't Want a Vaccine? Be Prepared to Pay More for Insurance

Don't Want a Vaccine? Be Prepared to Pay More for Insurance

HEALTH | By Elisabeth Rosenthal, Glenn Kramon | Aug 5
In 2020, before covid vaccines, most major private insurers waived patient payments — from coinsurance to deductibles — for covid treatment. But many if not most have allowed that policy to lapse.


Cars

Biden Seeks to Boost Fuel Economy

Biden Seeks to Boost Fuel Economy

AUTO NEWS | By Tom Krisher | Aug 5
The Biden administration wants automakers to raise gas mileage and cut tailpipe pollution between now and model year 2026.


Style

Celeb Dermatologist Arrested for Homophobic Rant

Celeb Dermatologist Arrested for Homophobic Rant

CRIME | Jul 31
Celebrity dermatologist Dr. Alex Khadavi was arrested and booked for felony criminal threats. The arrest came as a result of a homophobic rant that Khadavi made in a posh LA condo lobby on July 7.


Health/Fitness

Delta Variant Upends Politicians' COVID Calculus

Delta Variant Upends Politicians' COVID Calculus

POLITICS | By Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar, Zeke Miller | Aug 4
President Joe Biden's administration drew up a strategy to contain one coronavirus strain, then another showed up that's much more contagious.


Travel

Pandemic Travel Bans Divide Loved Ones Across Borders

Pandemic Travel Bans Divide Loved Ones Across Borders

FAMILY | By Tali Arbel | Aug 5
Since the start of the pandemic, a constantly changing and confusing web of travel restrictions have separated loved ones around the world.


Nightlife

Lollapalooza @ Grant Park Chicago :: July 29-August 1, 2021

Lollapalooza @ Grant Park Chicago :: July 29-August 1, 2021

PHOTO ALBUMS | Aug 2
Lollapalooza returned to Chicago in Grant Park to celebrate 30 years as a music festival. LGBTQIA+ representation was not only in the crowd, but the performers as well.