Some news items you might have missed:
• Xtra Magazine: Meet the historian who is driving a bus full of banned queer books across the United States. Eric Cervini is turning a school bus into a traveling library of queer literature.
• LGBTQ Nation: A woman who thought she was straight her entire life says her sexuality changed after she stopped taking birth control.
• Deadline: A year after the launch of the Crackle reality series “The Men of West Hollywood,” Get Me Out Productions is planning spinoffs of the show in New York, San Francisco and Miami. The WeHo edition is apparently one of Crackle’s most popular original series.
EXCLUSIVE: The ‘Men of West Hollywood’ are looking to go global. Get Me Out Productions are planning a raft of international versions of the show alongside expanding the franchise with spinoffs in New York, San Francisco and Miami https://t.co/jHjHJkYv7G
— Deadline Hollywood (@DEADLINE) January 13, 2023
• Pink News: Netflix has announced that Uncoupled, which starred Neil Patrick Harris as a suddenly-single 40-something gay man in NYC, will not be getting a second season. My review of the series here.
• New York Times: Numerous campaign staffers for Rep. George Santos (R-NY) knew of his lies and career “embellishments” during his 2022 congressional campaign.
• PEOPLE: Because who doesn’t want to see a baby elephant living their best life with bubbles?
Baby elephants and bubbles. What more could you ask for? 🥺 pic.twitter.com/qfWNUIyqpW
— People (@people) January 14, 2023