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Interview: Artist/Producer/InstaHunk Alex Abramov

Check out my interview with Russian artist/producer/InstaHunk Alex Abramov who has just released the first two volumes in a series of revealing art photography books titled, UNCOVERED. You can find more info about Alex and his photography series at his official website


LGBT News: RuPaul to star in new Netflix sitcom; Colton Haynes files for divorce

In this week's headlines: • Hate crime charges have been filed against the Miami Beach Pride day attackers • Oklahoma has the dubious distinction of having the first anti-LGBTQ state law of 2018 • Arrow/Teen Wolf star Colton Haynes has filed for divorce • The Trump administration continues its assault on the transgender community • RuPaul is set to star in a new Netflix sitcom, "AJ and the Queen" All that and more on this episode of The Randy Report…


LGBT News: Oklahoma & Kansas pass anti-LGBTQ adoption laws; Adam Rippon slays on DWTS

In this week's LGBTQ headlines: • Oklahoma and Kansas state legislatures pass anti-LGBTQ adoption laws • A new survey of over 40,000 Americans shows acceptance for same-sex marriage has hit 61% • Ireland moves to ban so-called "conversion therapy" • Major League Baseball teams have scheduled special LGBT Pride Nights this season (head to for a complete list of MLB Pride Nights) • Drag queen Ada Vox exits American...


LGBT News: Drag queen Ada Vox makes American Idol Top 10; Massachusetts gets LGBTQ school curriculum

In this week’s headlines: • Ada Vox becomes American Idol's first drag queen contestant in the Top 10 • A new study shows surprising results - gay male couples are least likely to part ways • High school students in Massachusetts will soon have courses that will include LGBTQ history and literature by gay authors • The Trump administration launches a new attack on transgender people • Prince Harry and Meghan Markle reaffirmed their commitment to LGBTQ rights All that and more in this...


Interview: Kevin Spirtas on his new LGBT-themed digital series on Amazon Video "After Forever"

Out actor/producer/writer Kevin Spirtas has spearheaded a new digital series set to premiere on Amazon Video April 24th titled, “After Forever." With a tag line that reads, “A story about love, loss and new beginnings,” the series chronicles the journey of a gay couple, their group of friends, and how they deal with the losses in their lives. Fans know Kevin not only from his long-running role as "Dr. Craig Wesley" on Days of Our Lives, and films like the Friday the 13th series, he's an...


LGBT News: Gay bashing in Miami Beach; Matt Bomer in upcoming trans flick "Anything"

In this week's LGBTQ headlines: • Miami Beach Pride gay bashing • Sen. Cory Booker calls out Secretary of State nominee Mike Pompeo on LGBT rights • Newly-elected Alabama Sen. Doug Jones became the latest co-sponsor of The Equality Act citing his son Carson’s coming out as affecting his view on LGBTQ rights • Out UK diverTom Daley speaks out against Commonwealth anti-gay laws • Matt Bomer’s casting in upcoming film trans-oriented ANYTHING gets boos from transgender community • And Randy...


Interview: YouTube's Davey Wavey launches new website site -

Warning: Mature discussion of human sexuality It’s no surprise that the most obvious trait that sets gay men apart from the rest of the world is the fact that we have sex with men. But in truth, few of us ever had someone explain or teach us about gay sexuality. Today I’m talking to popular “sex positive” YouTube vlogger Davey Wavey. With over a million subscribers to his YouTube channel and over 400 million views of his videos, Davey Wavey has spent years covering LGBT topics relating to...


LGBT News: MGM Resorts releases new collection of LGBT love songs; Recapping the Will & Grace finale

In this week's LGBTQ headlines: • MGM Resorts released a new collection of wedding songs for LGBTs from Kesha, Bob Dylan and more. • The finale of Will & Grace aired this week with some surprise couplings. • A new documentary of the life and legacy of Sir Ian McKellen - "Playing The Part" • Maryland’s state legislature moves closer to banning so-called conversion therapy • Anchorage, Alaska, says “no” to transgender discrimination All that and more on this episode of The Randy Report.


LGBT News: "Roseanne" is back but should LGBTs watch?; "Queer Eye" reboot gets 2nd season

In this week's LGBTQ headlines: • The ACLU has filed a lawsuit against the state of Ohio for the state’s policy that bars transgender people from changing their birth certificates. • There will be NO questions about LGBTs in the 2020 Census • "Roseanne" returned to TV this week but folks are conflicted about watching • The NFL will have its first male cheerleaders in the upcoming season • "Queer Eye" reboot has been renewed for a 2nd season • Today is International Transgender Day of...


LGBT News: Trump tries trans military ban again; Reviewing singer/songwriter Tom Goss in concert

In this week's LGBT headlines: • Out Parkland high school senior Emma Gonzalez stunned the nation at the March for Our Lives with her powerful closing speech • Donald Trump tried again this week with his ban on transgender soldiers in the US military • Celebrities are buying out showings of the new coming out movie "Love, Simon" • My review of out singer/songwriter Tom Goss live in concert All that and more in this episode of The Randy Report.


LGBT News: Drag Race All-Stars finale surprises fans; reviewing coming-out film "Love, Simon"

In this week's headlines: • HIV diagnoses hit a historic low in New York City • A Texas newspaper removes a reference to a gay man’s husband in an obituary due to “religious beliefs” • "RuPaul’s Drag Race All-Stars 3" finale leaves some fans stunned • My review of the new coming-out/coming-of-age movie "Love, Simon" • Tony Award-winner Sammy Williams, whose groundbreaking performance of a young gay dancer in "A Chorus Line," passes away at 69. All that and more in this episode of The Randy...


LGBT News: 6th Circuit rules for trans protections, How a gay couple is cashing in on social media

In this week’s headlines: • The 6th Circuit Court of Appeals handed down an important ruling for transgender protections in the workplace • Should we boycott Bermuda for taking away marriage equality? • An out high school football star is targeted by the haters of Westboro Baptist Church but his classmates aren’t having it • A gay couple found their wedding photo used in a political attack ad by the Tennessee state Republican Party • Take two - Starkville, Mississippi, is getting it's...


LGBT News: TORCH SONG heads to Broadway; Appeals court says LGBTs protected by Civil Rights Act

In this week's headlines: • Harvey Fierstein’s "Torch Song" heading back to Broadway • California aims to make so-called “ex-gay therapy” illegal • Georgia lawmakers are trying to legalize discrimination against same-sex couples wanting to adopt • South Carolina looks to label same-sex marriage as “parody” marriage • Defense Secretary gives Trump his recommendations for transgender soldiers • 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals says Title VII of Civil Rights Act of 1964 protects LGBTs from...


Celebrating The 2018 Out Winter Olympians

As the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in PyeongChang come to a close, join me as I celebrate the awesome accomplishments of the openly gay, lesbian and bisexual Olympians at these games. Of a record 15 out LGBTQ athletes (including out men for the first time at a Winter Olympics), four athletes won a combined seven medals. The number of out Olympians at these Games is more than double the seven from the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi. In contrast, there were 56 out Olympians at the much larger...


Interview: Ian Parks of "Where The Bears Are"

Since 2012, the creative team of Rick Copp, Joe Dietl and Ben Zook has made “Where the Bears Are” THE comedy/mystery web series accumulating over 40 MILLION VIEWS since it’s premiere and winning awards like “BEST GAY WEB SERIES” award from and Queerty. "Where The Bears Are" follows the exploits of 4 bear roommates sharing a house in the hills of Silverlake. It is often described as "The Golden Girls" meets "Murder She Wrote" with big, hairy, gay men. The show has a worldwide...


LGBT News: Bermuda repeals marriage equality; Out U.S. Olympians celebrate opening ceremonies

In this week's headlines: • Bermuda becomes the first country in the world to repeal marriage equality • The 2018 Winter Olympics open as the U.S. celebrates our first two out male athletes to compete at a Winter Games • Sir Ian McKellen finds Kevin Spacey late-life coming out “distasteful” • Plus, out singers Matt Zarley & Jeb Havens cover Meghan Trainor's "Dear Future Husband"


Out Music - Parker Matthews new single, "Hit and Run"

Today I’m chatting with Parker Matthews who releases his new single, “Hit and Run” today. A little background on Parker: He was touched by the power of music at a very early age when he saw Whitney Houston sing “I Will Always Love You” on the 1994 Grammy Awards. From focusing on creativity and music in school to staying up nights writing songs, he knew music would be a driving force in his life. He also found solace in his music as his younger years were impacted by bullying and...


LGBT News: Out Olympians not happy with VP Pence; 2 more men allege sexual assault by porn actor

In this week's headlines: • Woofy Olympic skier Gus Kenworthy isn’t keen on Vice President Mike Pence leading the US delegation at the 2018 Winter Olympics • Sir Ian McKellen celebrates the 30th anniversary of his coming out • Two more men have come out accusing porn actor Topher DiMaggio of sexual assault. Is this a case of "he said/he said?" All that and more in this episode of The Randy Report Note: If you or someone you know has experienced sexual assault, there are resources available...


LGBT News: Hunky Summer Olympian heading to Winter Olympics; A giant in the world of HIV/AIDS passes

In this week's headlines: • Remember shirtless, hunky, handsome 2016 Taekwondo Summer Olympian Pita Taufatofua? He's making his bid to become the first Winter Olympian from Tonga (Link to his GoFundMe campaign: • U.S. Olympic Figure skater Adam Rippon is not having Vice President Pence • A giant in the world of HIV/AIDS, Dr. Mathilde Krim, passed away this week at the age of 91 • Bob Smith, the trailblazing first out standup...


LGBT News: Out Olympian Adam Rippon, Once-A-Week HIV Medication, Change In 'Dollies' On Broadway

In this week’s headlines: • America has it’s first openly gay Winter Olympian - figure skater Adam Rippon • The Human Rights Campaign released its annual report ranking state LGBT rights and protections • A possible once a week pill for HIV patients looks promising in testing studies • A Wisconsin school district is dropping its challenge to a transgender student’s lawsuit for bathroom privileges • Bette Midler says "goodbye" to Hello, Dolly! on Broadway All that and more in this episode...


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