We love a Netflix original about a bunch of bad-ass women, and Glow is our latest obsession. Showcasing a bunch of unsatisfied women in the gender roles of the 80’s wanting to break out this wrestling comedy drama is the shit.
If we’re talking about gay YouTubers, Tyler Oakley’s name is at the head of the pack. Since starting his channel in 2007, he has sky rocketed to international fame over the past decade: releasing a book, hosting his own talk show, winning numerous awards and titles, and even recording a video with First Lady, Michelle Obama herself. He is an outspoken figurehead of the LGBT community, and one of YouTube’s most successful exports.
Though she may not have won the crown, Shea Couleé is determined to make a name for herself, and she is coming out of the gate strong releasing three surprise music videos.
A storyteller through images, Tommy Ga-Ken is the Glasgow based professional that has blew up as one of the worlds leading photographers. As an LGBT activist and leader, he is one to keep an eye on.
During this years pride month you’ve most likely stumbled across an odd addition to the LGBT family at Pride festivals, news articles, and in memes – well prepare to be Babashook by this years hottest new gay icon; The Babadook.
Mixing art, fashion, and creativity in a way that would make even Lady Gaga jealous, Glyn Fussell is the driving force behind one of the UK most explosive nightlife exhibits.
With so few successful LGBT members in the media, it is important to recognise and support the openly gay stars that we do have. Gavan Hennigan is the Irish-born Extreme Environment Athlete that has taken the gay community by storm this year.