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Countdown to Now Apocalypse, Coming 10 March 2019 to Starz: Meet Carly

Carly is a thoroughly modern, 21st-century woman. Wannabe actress/Carney’s waitress Carly is Ulysses’ pragmatic, quick-witted, social-media-savvy best friend, who is a little too cool for the room. Stuck in a dead-end relationship with her self-absorbed boyfriend, Jethro, Carly assuages her sexual boredom by logging onto LiveCamGrrrls.com for kicks. She also makes some extra cash slipping on various sexual personae for her horny clients before ultimately getting bored with that too.

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5 Things: Tomi Lahren Is Still a Bitch, Tunisia Is Still Terrible, Methodist Church Is Still Banning Gays, Sir Ian McKellen Is Still Spilling Tea, and HBO Is Still on Track for New Gay Drama

The world is burning (quite literally in many places) but people still find the time to attack the gays. But, the last two items are at least a little uplifting.

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5 Things: Shangela Walks, The Oscars Crawl, Taylor Swift Surprises, Drag Race Host Posts a Thirst Trap, and Iceman Comes to Comixology Unlimited

The Oscars happened. That was a thing. The gay Superbowl was gayer than ever—just without many queer people on stage. But, Shangela did work it on the red carpet. And, speaking of Drag Race, a host of the Thai version got naked on Twitter.

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6 Examples Why Selecting a SCOTUS Is An Important Battle To Fight

When the United States, was founded, our Founding Fathers, determined and believed, there was a need, for a tripartite, system of government, with a balance of power, between the Executive, Legislative, and Judicial branches of government. Perhaps this is one of the reasons: there is so much attention, presently, being paid to filling the vacancy, presently occurring on the United States Supreme Court.

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International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers, New Book Examines Harsh Lives of Trans Sex Workers Around the World

Those observing International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers on December 17, will appreciate the groundbreaking book, Transgender Sex Work and Society published earlier this year by LGBTQ scholarly publisher Harrington Park Press.

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Top 7 Tax Tips for LGBT Couples

When the U.S. Supreme court struck down the defense of marriage act, the LGBT gained the right to marry. I have heard it said that death and taxes are unavoidable. So with the right to marry came the responsibility for taxes as a couple. Based on the Supreme Court's ruling the IRS has taken the position that persons legally married in any state or a foreign country on the last day of 2013 are considered married for income tax purposes. Therefore, same-sex couples are faced with making certain decisions with regards to income taxes for the first time.

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A Safer Option for Same Sex Divorce

Same-sex marriage was legalized in New Jersey in October of 2013. The US Supreme Court gave it nationwide status in June of 2015. Prior to those dates Civil Unions and Domestic Partnerships were the only way for a same-sex couple to enter into a marriage like legal agreement. After becoming a legal option for gay and lesbian couples in New Jersey, almost three thousand same-sex couples exercised their right to marry in the first six months of legalization.

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