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Quick Media Review – Uncoupled

Uncoupled is an eight-episode TV series that débuted on Showtime in 2023.This romantic comedy is geared for those ages 18 and up as the shows include profanity, sexual situations with nudity, drinking, and drug use.Created and co-produced by LGBTQ+ producers Darren Star and Jeffrey Richman along with actor Neil Patrick Harris in the lead role, […]

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Seahorse – Quick Documentary Review

“Seahorse” is a 2019 documentary film directed by Jeanie Finlay. This documentary delves into the inspiring and unique story of Freddy McConnell, a transgender man who embarks on a remarkable journey of pregnancy and parenthood. It follows Freddy’s personal and emotional exploration as he navigates the complexities of his gender identity and the physical and […]

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Book Review – Time Out

Purchase a Copy Time Out is a 2023 young adult novel written by actor Sean Hayes of Will & Grace fame, Emmy Award-winning producer Todd Milliner, and author Carlyn Greenwald. This coming of age story follows the life of sixteen-year-old Barclay Elliot who is the captain of his high school basketball team and is admired […]

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Today’s Supreme Court Ruling

For an article on the ruling please click HERE.“Today, the Court, for the first time in its history, grants a business open to the public a constitutional right to refuse to serve members of a protected class,” Justice Sonia Sotomayor penned today after the Supreme Court ruled in favor of a Christian web designer in […]

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Maurice – Movie Review

Movie Review of James Ivory’s MauriceMaurice is a 1987 romantic drama adapted from E.M. Forester’s titular novel. The film follows the lives of two gay Cambridge students, Maurice Hall (James Wilby) and Clive Durham (Hugh Grant), as they fall in love. As their relationship develops over time, feeling the pressure of compulsory heterosexuality from British […]

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Dear Ex – Movie Review

“Dear Ex” is a 2018 Taiwanese comedy drama film co directed by Mag Hsu and Hsu Chih Yen. The story revolves around three main characters: Chenghsi, Sanlian, and Jay. Chenghsi’s father passes away due to cancer and it is revealed that the inheritance beneficiary is his gay lover, Jay, instead of Sanglian, Chenghsi’s mother. Conflict […]

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Movie Fest in Bellows Falls

We’re really happy to announce that the LGBT National Help Center is involved in Bellows Falls Vermont’s first ever Pride Month events. Throughout the month the Opera House will be showing classic LGBTQ films. Two which will be hosted by the LGBT National Help Center.June 14 – PrideJune 21 – But I’m a CheerleaderFor more […]

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Running for Equality – Pt. 2 On your mark, ready…set…go!

The weather has gotten warmer and you can tell the difference. We’re back with an update on partnering with state champion, Roger Barraby, track & field athlete set to compete in the 11th Gay Games in Guadalajara.On a recent warm Friday afternoon we joined Roger as he squeezed in some training before he was set […]

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