Boston Gay Men’s Chorus

Boston Gay Men’s Chorus Makes History at Governor’s Inaugural Celebration

In an historic performance, the Boston Gay Men’s Chorus sang at the Inaugural Celebration of Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker at the Boston Convention Center January 8, 2015. The occasion marked the first More »

Nashville

Gay as an arrow: In 2014, Nashville started planning country music’s coming-out party

How Nashville has responded this year to gay rights lays bare an interesting double standard and a veil of denial for a genre that is supposed to be three chords and the More »

Justin Bieber - Boyfriend

Offers Justin Bieber $2 Million For A Scene With Johnny Rapid!

Now that we've all seen his beautiful bulge, it's about time we see just how much heat Bieber is packing under there! More »

Yehonathan

Come be a part of Yehonathan new album

Help Yehonathan create his third, full-length English album and music videos. More »

abase

A*Base – Never gonna say I´m sorry

It's time for next generation Swedish nostalgia, last time the Swedes was doing nostalgic pop music was with A-Teens and ABBA hits, this time around it's time to go back to the More »

A*Base – Never gonna say I´m sorry

abase It's time for next generation Swedish nostalgia, last time the Swedes was doing nostalgic pop music was with A-Teens and ABBA hits, this time around it's time to go back to the 90's and Ace of Base hits with the new pop band called A*Base. Last time it was a big success - do I smell a new Swedish pop music era on it's way ? Don't say you wasn't warned....

Rainbow Directioners welcome One Direction’s LBGTQ support

One Direction - Kiss you The One Direction boys’ statement in support of the London Lesbian & Gay Switchboard in which Zayn Malik notably said “Just be yourself. If that’s who you are, that’s who you are and don’t be afraid to be the person that you are”, is warmly welcomed by Rainbow Direction, the group of LBGTQ+ fans of the band and their allies.

Turkey’s media watchdog fines TV for lesbian kiss in music video

Elliphant Turkey’s media watchdog has fined two music channels for airing music videos with scenes of sexuality, citing Turkish Sexual Health Institute head Cem Keçe’s controversial recent remarks on homosexuality.