Five good and gay things that happened this week: 1/25-1/31, 2020

Happy Friday!

Schitt’s Creek star Emily Hampshire opens up. Hampshire who plays Stevie on the beloved Canadian show spoke with The Advocate about discovering her sexuality, dating women for the first time in her 30s and more.

Whatever Amber Heard is doing here.


Toronto’s Inside Out Festival is celebrating classic LGBTQ movies. For the fest’s 30th anniversary, Inside Out is screening 18 classic films as part of their Queerly Beloved series. If you’re in Toronto, you can catch The Watermelon Woman, Bound, Desert Hearts and more on the big screen in March.

DJ Tracy Young wins a Grammy! Congrats to lesbian DJ and sound producer DJ Tracy Young who took home a Grammy for Best Remixed Recording, Non Classical Category for her edit of Madonna’s “I Rise.” Young is the first woman to win the category.


Non-binary actor Bex Taylor-Klaus on their new role as queer cop Bishop in Deputy. Taylor-Klaus chatted with Collider on how they initially didn’t score the role on the Fox show, but won out when the role was recast on the first day of shooting.

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