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Features Q&A: Priyanka Chopra Pledges Support for LGBT Community Despite 'Ugly' Resistance, Talks Flirty Lesbians & Zac Efron's 'Real' Abs

Priyanka Chopra has your back. Though India's government still criminalizes homosexuality, Chopra, a global superstar and one of Time magazine's 100 most influential people of 2016 (she has nearly 18 million Twitter followers, more than Beyonce), is standing up for LGBT people {ITAL everywhere}. The actress/model/producer candidly affirms her support for the community during our recent call, from Miami, where Chopra, 34, speaks passionately about issues affecting her queer friends and fans - including whether "Baywatch" co-star Zac Efron's abs are real. READ MORE.

Deep Inside Hollywood

Paul Verhoeven, Seth Rogen and Billy Eichner... READ MORE.

Lito's Way: Actor Miguel Angel Silvestre on 'Sense8' Season Two

Netflix's soapy sci-fi series from Lana and Lilly Wachowski, "Sense8," revolves around a telepathically connected group of strangers called Sensates. READ MORE.

The Frivolist: 5 Reasons Why You Need to Attend More LGBT Film Festivals

As someone who writes about LGBT entertainment on a regular basis, it was heartening to see recently at the OUTshine Film Festival in Miami (formerly MiFo) that the artists in charge of bringing our stories to life have their fingers on the pulse of where we're at as a community. READ MORE.

LaChanze 'Feeling Good' in Detroit Show

Tony Award-winner LaChanze is celebrated for her "ability to deliver exceptional vocals mixed with authentic emotions," says BroadwayWorld.com. READ MORE.

EXCLUSIVE: Goldie Hawn & Amy Schumer Talk Gay 'Mutual Love,' Lesbian Relationships & How They Will 'Fight to the Death' For LGBT People

"We're serious bitches too," says Amy Schumer, nearly in tears. The comic firecracker is seated next to national gay-loved treasure Goldie Hawn, and the film icon has just made a touching revelation: She used to comfort men dying of AIDS. READ MORE.

Randy Rainbow on His Journey to Being an Internet Sensation, Made-For-Showbiz Name and the Unifying Influence of His Famous Parodies

If laughter really is the best medicine, political satirist Randy Rainbow just might be your Prozac for the next four years. His buzzy, self-produced video parodies, from last year's Clinton vs. Trump debates to a recent poke at presidential counselor Kellyanne Conway's claim about recording-capable microwave ovens, can't change that we have an imbecile playing president - but they sure as hell ease some of the pain. READ MORE.

Special Section: Marriage
Unconditional Love Trumps Prejudice

Jason Karoumy will never forget the day he came out to his parents. His text message read, "I'm gay. I'm engaged to the person you thought was my friend and I'm getting married this year."

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