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After his role in "Teen Beach Movie," the 2013 Disney Channel Movie that saw Clayton's squeaky-clean Tanner frolicking beachside while singing "surf, sun, sand; it's a bikini wonderland," Clayton laughs at his radical career shift like even he can't believe it. "It's been kind of like a slingshot!" he says. Read on for the ex-Mouseketeer's thoughts on Corrigan's criticism of "King Cobra" ("He opened Pandora's box and he let the movie get made") and the vision Clayton had for his contractually agreed-upon butt shot. READ MORE.
"To be honest..." Tyler Glenn begins, following a telling deep breath. Glenn's lead-in could serve as the prologue to his new no-holds-barred solo debut album, "Excommunication." Here, however, it precedes the heavy moment when Glenn, the lead singer of Neon Trees, reveals he's considered suicide twice this year. Perhaps that comes as a surprise. The singer seemed vibrant and hopeful when he came out in 2014. At the time, Glenn was looking to reconcile his Mormon faith with being gay, and during our talk that same year he said, "I think that there's a time and a place to come out, and I don't know if waiting till I was 30 was the best thing, but it definitely has turned out fine, and I'm a happy person." READ MORE.
Recently, an untamed Cam freewheeled through a variety of queer topics: her quest to find the gays in Nashville, why it feels "totally natural" to embrace her LGBT fans and how Miley Cyrus' openness about her pansexuality is "fucking awesome." READ MORE.
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- Attorney Faces LGBTQ Discrimination
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As an openly gay man, Fred Hoffman said, "I really didn't know if there would be an issue." And while he wasn't waving rainbow flags when he was recruited by Chrysler in 1988, he was told being gay wasn't a problem.View More Automotive
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