Queer Clicks: November 28 | Schitt’s Creek Actor Dan Levy Claims Delta is STILL Censoring gay Love Scenes From Elton John Biopic Rocketman Despite Airline’s Promise to Reverse Policy, Japan’s Support for gay Marriage is Soaring. But can it Become law?, & Other Clicks

Schitt’s Creek Actor Dan Levy Claims Delta is STILL Censoring gay Love Scenes From Elton John Biopic Rocketman Despite Airline’s Promise to Reverse Policy

Dan Levy, the star and producer of the TV series Schitt’s Creek, tweeted on Monday that he flew Delta and noticed that the airline ‘cut the gay love scenes out of’ Rocketman, the Elton John biopic starring Taron Egerton. Daily Mail

Japan’s Support for gay Marriage is Soaring. But can it Become law?

The country is being pulled in two directions as it experiences a “boom” in L.G.B.T. awareness but also remains committed to a sometimes inflexible traditional culture. The New York Times

When “The Great British Bake Off” Met “RuPaul’s Drag Race U.K.”

RuPaul’s Drag Race U.K. hosted an official screening of the season finale, with judges Alan Carr and Michelle Visage on hand to crown the winner, The Vivienne. But there were also some famous faces who stepped away from their baking ovens to partake in the festivities. New Now Next

Cyndi Lauper is Getting U.N. Award for her LGBTQ+ Advocacy

According to the music magazine Rolling Stone, Lauper is receiving the award for her work with True Colors United, a charity she founded in 2008 to prevent and bring an end to LGBTQ+ youth homelessness. The organization uses advocacy, training, education, technical assistance programs, and collaborations with queer and trans youth to implement “innovative solutions to youth homelessness that focus on the unique experiences of [LGBTQ+] young people.” Out

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