Veteran baseball coach Kenneth Harring quit Monday after a Black player kept a journal detailing instances of alleged racism.
Richard Greenberg’s play, “Take Me Out,” returns to Broadway after its Tony award-winning run earlier this year, with a lot to say about masculinity, sexuality, and baseball.
Even though its organizer denies it was intended as such, Chicago’s “Disco Demolition Night” of July 1979 has come to be seen as an ugly frenzy of homophobia and racism.
Here’s the profound, behind-the-stage story about the profound guest appearance that made everyone watching “A League of Their Own” cry.
Lea Robinson tells The Daily Beast’s Obsessed about how profound it was to play Bertie, a Black, transmasculine, nonbinary character in a TV series set in 1943.
Abbi Jacobson, D’Arcy Carden, and the team behind the reimagining of the 1992 film tell Obsessed what it took to make a series about sports that is so unabashedly queer.
Just when we’d hit our exasperation point with Hollywood revivals, Amazon’s heartfelt, hilarious, and refreshingly queer-positive new series shows exactly how to do it right.