Month: April 2021

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COGAM’s headquarters in Madrid were vandalised with transphobic graffiti. (Twitter/COGAM) An LGBT+ centre in Madrid has been vandalised with homophobic and transphobic graffiti as tensions rise over a new “trans law” in Spain. Prime minister Pedro Sánchez’s ruling socialist party has been accused of blocking a new gender-recognition law, which was put forward by far-left
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Warner Bros. pandemic hit Godzilla vs. Kong grossed $3.88M on Friday, which will yield an estimated $12.9M second weekend at 3,084 theaters (+20), -60%, on its way to $69M domestic by the end of tomorrow. In the Legendary title’s first week, the monster movie has grossed $60M, making it the top grossing pic stateside during the pandemic
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Author Grady Hendrix released his second novel My Best Friend’s Exorcism back in 2016, which he describes as “Beaches meets The Exorcist.” Set in the late ’80s during the so-called Satanic Panic, it’s a touching story of high school friendship and, well, demonic possession. THR reports today that a movie adaptation is now in the works
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Asian hate crime is not peculiar to the United States. An Asian man was brutally attacked in London during a live stream, but he got a big assist from some enraged bystanders. You see the perp kicking the man as the person live streaming, who goes by the name Sherwin, comes to his aid. The
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Uzbek LGBT+ activist Miraziz Bazarov sustained serious injuries (Twitter/Agnieszka Pikulicka @Aga_Pik) The Uzbek LGBT+ community say they’ve been driven underground in fear of homophobic backlash after a vicious attack on a prominent blogger and his supporters. Miraziz Bazarov remains hospitalised with serious injuries, which he sustained in a savage beating by three masked men with
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As we grow ever closer to summer, some shows are beginning to take more hiatuses. How annoying. But that doesn’t mean there isn’t plenty to keep you occupied. Check out what to watch this week. Saturday, April 10 8/7c Lust: A Seven Deadly Sins Story (Lifetime) Lifetime is bringing the sexy on Saturday with the
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Charles first laid eyes on 16-year-old Lady Diana Spencer in 1978 when he was invited to Althorp, her family’s estate, by one of his paramours, her older sister Lady Sarah Spencer. At his 30th birthday party, held at Buckingham Palace, Diana watched Charles dance with her sister, Camilla and others. Andrew Parker Bowles was a
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