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LGBTQ truckers talk embracing identity and finding community over thousands of miles

Fri, 22 Jun 2018 05:04:44 +0000

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Long-haul truck drivers already face plenty of dangers on the road, but if you also happen to be a gay couple or a trans woman emerging from the cab at a gas station or rest stop, these can potentially expand to discrimination, violence, and hate.

That's why Shelle Lichti, a 25-year veteran of the trucking industry, created an online community for the disparate and wide-ranging truckers who identify as LGBTQ. 

Lichti was one of six panelists Uber Freight brought Thursday to its San Francisco offices to speak about driving, technology, and identity. When Lichti came out, she was told she was supposed to look like the assigned stereotype of a lesbian trucker: flannel shirts and combat boots. "It doesn't matter your orientation to get the job done," she said. Read more...

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ABC picks up 'Roseanne' spinoff without Roseanne

Fri, 22 Jun 2018 01:17:57 +0000

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The Conners are coming back – minus one.

After Roseanne Bar's racist tweet immediately resulted in ABC canceling the wildly popular revival, rumors about a spinoff show circulated. 

Now, ABC has finally confirming that The Conners will premiere next fall, taking over the Tuesday 8 p.m. slot left open by Roseanne

It will feature the entirety of the revival cast, aside from the very character who used to be the show's namesake. The current order calls for an initial ten-episode run.

Having reached an agreement with executive producer Tom Werner, Barr will not be financially or creatively involved with the new show. Read more...

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Surprise! If you've already binged 'Queer Eye' Season 2, there's more to cry over

Fri, 22 Jun 2018 00:31:45 +0000

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If you've already wept your way through all of Season 2 of Queer Eye, here's a little bite-sized cry for ya.

The Fab Five dropped a surprise episode set in Australia, in which they visited the real life town of Yass — and were made official Yass Queens.

The mini-episode still includes a makeover from Antoni Porowski, Bobby Berk, Karamo Brown, Jonathan Van Ness, and Tan France — this time, it's George, a cattle farmer and former rodeo cowboy nominated by his son.

While Jonathan, Tan, and Karamo work on George, Bobby and Antoni work on the local Yass pub, giving it a much-needed makeover, renovating the bistro and introducing a new signature dish to the menu. Read more...

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YouTube just made it easier for creators to make money without ads

Thu, 21 Jun 2018 23:45:00 +0000

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Just one day after Instagram revealed its new, YouTube-like service, YouTube is announcing new features meant to entice its most influential users.

The Google-owned platform announced two new features that will help video creators make more money from their channels: the ability to sell merchandise alongside their videos, and the ability to sell paid memberships.

For creators, these updates represent two potentially significant forms of additional revenue that aren't advertising.

Until now, merchandising has been available to a handful of beta testers but hasn't been widely available. Beginning tomorrow, it will be available to any U.S.-based channel with at least 10,000 subscribers. The result of a partnership with e-commerce platform Teespring, the feature lets channel-owners sell branded T-shirts, phone cases, mugs, and other items. Read more...

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New report finds abysmal diversity numbers among film directors in 2017

Thu, 21 Jun 2018 23:32:09 +0000

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Organizations like Time's Up are fighting long, hard battles against systemic discrimination in Hollywood. And a new study on the state of diversity among film directors shows not only how much work lies ahead, but how desperately needed these movements for change are.

The Directors Guild of America (DGA) released its annual inclusion report for 2017 on June 21, and the numbers leave a lot to be desired. 

The study found that a mere 16% of women directed the 651 feature films accounted for by the DGA, which run the gamut from big budget blockbusters to modest indie productions. When it came to movies that grossed over $250,000 at the box office, that number plummeted even further down to 12%.  Read more...

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