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Some news items you might have missed:
• Scientist and InstaHunk David Faulon says it’s hot in Miami Beach (as if we couldn’t tell). #SunsOutGunsOut
• California Gov. Jerry Brown has signed into law AB 2439 which designates the Desert Memorial Park in Cathedral City as the official state LGBTQ veterans memorial. California is the first state to have a designated memorial honoring LGBT veterans.
• Streaming service Netflix is catching flak for under-representing lesbians, bisexuals and trans folks in it’s LGBT content.
Someone let netflix know that 678 gay men films and 2 lesbian films doesnt make a lgbtq section
— Des (@dspxna) August 23, 2018
• Homocon and self-described provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos recently took to Facebook to cry about his ‘ruined life.’ The far-right lunatic says his cancelled speaking events have cost him “tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars. And when I get dumped from conferences, BARELY ANYONE makes a sound about it – not my fellow conservative media figures and not even, in many cases, you guys.”
• Human Rights Campaign Foundation president Mary Beth Maxwell resigned her position after multiple instances of using the N-word in the workplace.
Starring Gotham‘s Cory Michael Smith as “Adrian,” eldest son to Texas residents Virginia Madsen and Michael Chiklis, the film follows Adrian as he returns home following the death of his partner to AIDS. Home for the holidays to say goodbye to his family, he reconnects with his old friend Carly (Jamie Chung) and his younger brother Andrew (Aidan Langford).
Watch the trailer below. The film is set for limited release October 26.