Berkeley law professor Khiara Bridges owned fist-pumping, insurrectionist supporting Senator Josh Hawley (R-MO) during a hearing Tuesday (Juy 12) about the overturning of the Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v Wade. 

Specifically, a trans employee resource group at the streaming company is staging the protest after the company seemingly stood by Chappelle and suspended a trans staffer.


Naturally outrage has been spewing out on social media from the usual suspects on the far-right of the equation, but that was to be expected.

The Washington, D.C. native released his sixth special, The Closer, to the streamer and fans have showered the standup performance with both cheers and jeers.

While the cancellation is still going strong, Miley Cyrus is offering to counsel the rapper from a kind place instead of one fueled by vitriol.


As Pride Month gets underway, a viral video taken at a hotel pool in Sacramento, California shows just how much intolerance there still is for those who are from the LGBTQ community.

The Georgia congresswoman who has embraced the zany conspiracy theories of QAnon and the like is catching proper criticism on Twitter.

Halle Berry hasn't had to apologize for much in her career, but she quickly had to say sorry following an interview where she spoke on a role she was considering taking.

Cory Booker is not running for president anymore, but he is still in the news cycle for another reason. Booker’s girlfriend, actress Rosario Dawson has folks talking about her sexuality after seemingly confirming she did “come out” out in an IG post.

Dwyane Wade and his wife Gabrielle Union have been supportive of their child who came out to them as a member of the LGBTQ, and now a name change for the 12-year-old has been announced.

Kanye West and his complete transformation from hedonistic superstar to a faith-driven griot no longer beholden to his past have been met with both positive and negative results. The Chicago superstar will no doubt inspire more curious thought and critique after being announced as a headline for a 10-hour prayer rally known as Awaken 2020 […]

New year, new YG. The always very outspoken Bompton-born rapper is turning over a new leaf in the new decade and is apologizing for the views he held towards the LGBTQ community.