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Features How Did Chucky Get So Gay? LGBT Icon Jennifer Tilly Dishes on Horror Saga's Queerness & Warner Bros.'s Resistance to the Lesbian Love In 'Bound'

Doubling as Tiffany and herself is lesbian fave and voice of the plastic assassin Jennifer Tilly, who returns for the Good Guy doll's seventh film, "Cult of Chucky," to wreak havoc on the patients and staff at a mental institution, among them a gay nurse named Carlos (Zak Santiago). Chucky is scary again, as "Cult" begins where his reentry into straight-up, decamped horror via 2013's "Curse of Chucky" left off. Tilly, gay-adored star of screen and stage (and also an Oscar nominee for her memorable role in Woody Allen's 1994 black comedy "Bullets Over Broadway"), spoke with her trademark kid-like cadence about the extreme gayness of the Chucky movie and the latest film's clever homages to her groundbreaking lesbian classic "Bound." The star looked back on that 1996 landmark movie in LGBT cinema, reflecting on how she and onscreen lover, co-star Gina Gershon, helped each other look flawless on camera and why she thinks sibling filmmaking power duo, Lily and Lana Wachowski, before they came out as male-to-female, created one of the most iconic lesbian love stories. READ MORE.

Stuck In Transit: 'Transparent' Creator Jill Soloway Talks Season Four, Looks Ahead

"Transparent" won't be winding down anytime soon. A fifth season of the multiple Emmy and Golden Globe-winning series about a transgender female who began a gender transition late in life and her family's subsequent self-revelations, began pre-production even before Season Four's Sept. 22 premiere on Amazon Prime Video. READ MORE.

Q&A: Shania Twain on Being 'Inspired by the Spirit 'of the LGBT Community, Equality (It's a 'No-Brainer') & the Unifying Power of 'I Feel Like a Woman!'

Country-pop's comeback queen was an open book during our recent conversation, speaking passionately and candidly about her LGBTQ activism at the onset of her country career in 1993, having to "agree to disagree" with those who aren't pro-gay and bringing drag queens and Bud-guzzlin' bros together with "Man! I Feel Like a Woman!" But, also, you don't get Shania Twain on the phone without reminiscing on 1998's "VH1 Divas," when Twain shared the stage with an epic mix of icons - Aretha Franklin, Mariah Carey, Celine Dion and Gloria Estefan - for one of the most legendary, gay-loved nights in diva (and hair) history. READ MORE.

Unlikely Advocate: Actress Alexandra Billings Talks Trump-Era 'Transparent' and How Surviving the '80s Is 'Too Good to Be True'

"I'm shocked that I'm sitting here talking to you, to be honest," Alexandra Billings reveals, blown away by the fact that she survived the '80s when many of her AIDS-stricken friends did not. READ MORE.

Justice Served: Billie Jean King, Emma Stone and Andrea Riseborough on King's Landmark Tennis Win for Women and LGBT Rights

Lesbian sports pioneer Billie Jean King would, in due course, take her victory beyond the tennis court, to the front lines of equality for women and LGBT people alike. But first, there was her legendary face-off with her much older, goonish opponent, Bobby Riggs. READ MORE.

Special Section: Automotive
Ford GLOBE Builds Relationships with Allies on the Job

During Ford GLOBE's National Coming Out Day event on Oct. 11 at the Ford World Headquarters in Dearborn, the LGBTQ employee resource group announced the GLOBE ally engagement project.

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