888 4 GAY NEWS or 888-442-9639


Deborah Cox slowing down? Absolutely Not!

Deborah Cox hasn't slowed down in the least and is very grateful to her LGBTQ fans.

If you did most of your gay coming of age or coming out in the latter part of the 90’s, those lyrics are all too familiar and will probably be in your head for the rest of the day. Sorry about that.

Christian Facebook page warns rainbow emoji will get you banned

One Christian Facebook page has said that if you use the rainbow flag emoji on their page they will ban you.

Last week Facebook let you be a little more colorful with your reactions by adding a rainbow flag to the emoticon toolbar for Pride month.

Out & About with Jinx Mirage: Overdrive returns

The summer is heating up as Overdrive returns this week and as always it's a fun nighttime experience, with the best music and DJs, the best light and laser choreography and the best looking people.

Theater Review: “Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story”

“Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story” plays through July 2, 2017 at the Horton Grand

If he’d believed what the “experts” told him, the world would never have had such classics as “Peggy Sue,” “That’ll Be The Day” and “Everyday.”

UC San Diego student pranks homophobic campus preacher

Jerry Ramirez mocks homophobic campus preacher who thinks being in theater arts makes you gay.

A homophobic evangelist who set up a UC San Diego campus soap box got more than he bargained for when a student named Jerry Ramirez stood alongside him and began mocking his message. 

Trump honors Pulse victims via tweet

Some people calling Donald Trump's tweet about Pulse victims insincere.

President Trump hasn’t recognized what his predecessors have: that June is LGBT Pride month.

Trump's Hollywood star after LA Pride

During the Resist March, L.A. protesters left stickers across Trump's Walk of Fame star.

What is normally a tourist destination for travelers around the world wanting to see the markers for people such as Marilyn Monroe and John Wayne, on the Hollywood Walk of Fame was of even more interest to Resist March, nee LA Pride,  participants who visited Donald Trump’s this past weekend.

Pulse tribute song 'Finish the Dance' an uplifting honor to those who couldn't

Danielle LoPresti wants every one to "Finish the Dance" the innocent Pulse victims couldn't

Today Singer/songwriter Danielle LoPresti and her wife Alicia Champion are commemorating the one-year anniversary of the loss of 49 innocent lives at Pulse Nightclub in Orlando Florida with the release of their tribute song “Finish the Dance.”

Married and mothers to a wonderful son, the couple was hit extremely hard by the news that came out of Orlando that morning.