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  1. Things We Saw Today: Genderbent Sherlock Cosplay

    *standing ovation*

    Um. I. Uh. Someone send help. I have forgotten how to words.

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  2. Unsurprising News That Still Sucks: Hollywood Has Some Homophobia Problems

    Sometimes, people are the worst.

    A new study surveying 5,700 SAG-AFTRA members has shed light on some of the less-savory aspects of the Hollywood machine that LGBT performers face every day. While the study wasn't entirely negative, it does show that discrimination and harassment in the entertainment industry is still a prevalent issue (in case you still needed convincing of that fact).

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  3. The Lesbian Sorta-Kiss In The Doctor Who Premiere Wasn’t Shown In Asia

    It wasn't even a real kiss anyways, guys, come on.

    You guys all watched the Doctor Who series 8 premiere, "Deep Breath," right? If you did, you probably noticed an almost-awesome lip-touching moment between kick-ass Silurian lady-Holmes Madame Vastra and her adorable wife, Jenny Flint. As it turns out, not everyone is okay with seeing two married people kiss, because the girls' moment was cut from the broadcast for Asian audiences.

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  4. No Investigation Will Be Made Into Doctor Who’s “Lesbian Kiss” After a Whopping 6 People Complained

    I'm gonna go life-saving-breath-pass my boyfriend now.

    After the season premiere of Doctor Who, I wondered if there would be any ridiculous uproar over the kiss that wasn't even a kiss by the strictest definition of the word. There was, but it was so minimal, no one really cares. Go figure!

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  5. The Smithsonian Decides LGBTQ History Rightfully Belongs in a Museum, Adds It to Their Collection

    Good news, everyone!

    The best way to stop people from being hateful or fearful of something is to educate them about it, and the Smithsonian is taking steps to help the LGBTQ community by bringing their history to light. They're adding hundreds of pictures and documents detailing LGBTQ history to their collection.

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  6. Robert Kirkman Comments on Rumors That The Walking Dead’s Daryl Dixon Might Be Gay

    What? WHAT? YES PLEASE

    Daryl Dixon is the ruggedly-pretty-boy darling of The Walking Dead, but he hasn't actually gotten a whole lot in the way of romantic or sexual attention in the show itself. According to Robert Kirkman, that's intentional. Oh my Zombie-God, does that mean we might get a non-hetero Daryl?

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  7. This Is What Happened When One Trekker Complained About ‘Illogical’ Homosexual Relationships In A Star Trek Novel

    Fascinating.

    Spock is having none of your homophobia. And neither is writer David Mack.

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  8. Comic-Con Interviews: The Cast & Creators of The Boxtrolls “Couldn’t Make Film Another Way”

    At San Diego Comic-Con, we caught up with LAIKA CEO Travis Knight, as well as directors Anthony Stacchi and Graham Annable, and stars Elle Fanning, Isaac Hempstead-Wright, and Sir Ben Kingsley to talk about the surprising and inventive process behind The Boxtrolls and LAIKA's LGBTQ representation.

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  9. David S. Goyer Gets Defensive About Constantine’s Sexuality With Comic-Con Reporter

    Make sure you are seated in the "ready to facepalm" position

    Oh, look, it's everybody's favorite member of Hollywood to be mad at, David S. Goyer! What would you like to talk about today, David? ... You wanna talk about how all the people who are mad at the bi-erasure in NBC's Constantine are wrong? Well, that can't possibly go poorly!

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  10. The Mary Sue Exclusive Interview: Mike Mearls and Jeremy Crawford on Acknowledging Sexuality and Gender Diversity in D&D

    Dungeons and Literally a Five-Headed Dragon

    Mike Mearls and Jeremy Crawford, lead designers of the latest edition of Dungeons & Dragons, out this summer, talk about the mechanics of inclusive gaming, Gen Con diversity panels, realistic artwork, and the decision to "look at the wonderfully diverse group of people who play the game and say, 'There’s a place for each of you at the game table'" with the system's new suggestions for roleplaying gender and sexuality.

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