Queer Clicks: November 22 | Bowen Yang is Bringing the Queer Agenda to Television, My Culture is not Your toy: A gay Japanese Man’s Perspective on Queer Eye Japan, & Other News

Bowen Yang is Bringing the Queer Agenda to Television

During his stint as a writer on Saturday Night Live, Bowen Yang stole scenes in rare onscreen appearances, usually as North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un. While that role may be what he’s best known for among the show’s cishetero audience, the queers know better. Out

‘70s-era stripper ‘Tanqueray’ steals spotlight on ‘Humans of New York’ Blog

Her tales of “making costumes for strippers and porn stars in Times Square” while at FIT has celebs Hilary Swank, Jennifer Garner and Busy Philipps taking notice, as well as artist Kehinde Wiley and playwright Jeremy O. Harris. Page Six

My Culture is not Your toy: A gay Japanese Man’s Perspective on Queer Eye Japan

For the newest season of Queer Eye, the Fab 5 head to Japan to transform the lives of four Japanese people. Except, they don’t. Wear Your Voice

Jury Awards gay Spouse of Deceased Smoker $157.4 Million in Suit Against Phillip Morris and RJ Reynolds

A Broward County, Florida jury awarded $157.4 million to the gay spouse of a deceased smoker in a wrongful death lawsuit against tobacco giants Phillip Morris and RJ Reynolds. Bryan Rintoul’s husband Edward Caprio died of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) in 2018. $9.2 million in compensatory damages and $148.2 million in punitive damages were awarded. Towleroad

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