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Canada's Drag Race unveils season 2 queens

  World of Wonder just graced Drag Race fans with the complete reveal of Season 2’s cast! Twelve new queens are set to sashay down the runaway in a fight to win the $100,000 cash prize and be crowned Canada’s Next Drag Superstar.  Meanwhile, presiding over the season 2 panel is returning judge Brooke Lynn Hytes, actress Amanda Brugel and fashion stylist Brad Goreski joining in place of season 1's Stacey McKenzie.  The new season will premiere October 14 and proves to be the perfect addition to your fall TV lineup.  Meet your Season 2 queens Adriana View this post on Instagram A post shared by Canada’s Drag Race (@canadasdragrace)   “I’m the Latina star of your wildest fantasies.”  “The...

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LGBTQ+ celebs who turned heads at the 2021 Met Gala

  For the first time in two years, the beige carpet rolled out to welcome celebrities to the 2021 Met Gala. The annual fundraiser for the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute was previously postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  This year “the Oscars of the fashion world,” returned with the theme “In America: A Lexicon of Fashion.” Needless to say, there were showstopping looks from every celebrity, including those paying homage to LGBTQ+ history, figures, and movements.  Lil Nas X  View this post on Instagram A post shared by MONTERO (@lilnasx)    Lil Nas X is the gift that keeps on giving. The young rapper wowed the cameras with not one, not two but three outfits while walking the...

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Rihanna unveils Fenty X Savage Volume 3 lineup complete with LGBTQ+ talent

  Your girl Rihanna unveiled something major, just in time for fall! The "Umbrella" singer recently teased her upcoming Savage x Fenty fashion show on Instagram, complete with a new trailer and the lineup.  From the looks of the preview, Volume 3  includes a slew of our LGBTQ+ faves. View this post on Instagram A post shared by SAVAGE X FENTY BY RIHANNA (@savagexfenty)    The video shows models getting their hair and makeup done and dancers performing artistic choreography in various buildings with stunning architecture, before the list of guests appear in text form. "#SAVAGEXFENTYSHOW VOL. 3!! start making that guest list to ya watch party baby... Sept. 24," the singer captioned the post. Daddy Yankee, Nas, BIA, Jazmine...

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Trevor Project names Lil Nas X Suicide Prevention Advocate of the Year

  Grammy Award-winning artist, Lil Nas X is named this year’s Suicide Prevention Advocate, the Trevor Project announced on Wednesday.  The nonprofit says Lil Nas X's “openness about struggling with his sexuality and suicidal ideation, his continued advocacy around mental health issues, and his unapologetic celebration of his queer identity.” The group is dedicated to suicide prevention and crisis intervention for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning young people.   We're thrilled to honor @LilNasX with our Suicide Prevention Advocate of the Year Award 💖During #SuicidePreventionMonth, we're celebrating all you do to support and inspire LGBTQ young people, while raising awareness for mental health and suicide prevention in our community 🏳️‍🌈 pic.twitter.com/iP99q1cIJl — The Trevor Project (@TrevorProject) September 1,...

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Dababy meets with LGBTQ+ organizations after HIV comments

  Rapper Dababy recently met with leaders from nine U.S. HIV organizations for a virtual conversation after comments the artist made about those with HIV at a music festival in July. During the rapper’s set at the Rolling Loud festival in Miami DaBaby asked fans to shine their cellphone flashlights if they “didn’t show up today with HIV/AIDS, any of them deadly sexually transmitted diseases that will make you die in two to three weeks.” As a result, the artist was dropped from numerous popular festivals, like Lollapalooza, the Governor’s Ball, and iHeart Radio. Following a multiple statements posted to his social media, DaBaby’s final apology acknowledges the “hurtful and triggering comments” he had made. “Social media moves so fast...

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