Video Q&A with Actor George Unda

When “Where the Bears Are” premiered online in 2012, the creators had no idea that the show would garner the

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Q&A with Songwriter Ester Dean

The name, Ester Dean, may not sound as recognizable as Katy Perry or Rihanna, but as the writer behind some of their biggest songs, she’s a songwriter in high demand. Ester wrote Katy Perry’s “Firework,” Rihanna’s “Where Have You Been” and David Guetta’s “Turn Me On” and has written for Beyoncé, Britney, and Christina. Labeling

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April is STD Awareness Month

With April being STD Awareness Month, the CDC has released new statistical information on three common STDs: gonorrhea, Chlamydia, and syphilis and the facts are startling. Since 2007 to 2011, Chlamydia cases across the U.S. increased at a steady rate, reaching approximately 58,000 and it is the most common type of STD. However most people

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Video Q&A with Actor Tishuan Scott

Qulture writer Victor Yates talked with actor Tishuan Scott in Austin, Texas to discuss his film that premiered at SXSW Festival, The Retrieval. In The Retrieval, based in 1864, a 13-year-old black boy is sent north by a gang of bounty hunters, lead by a vicious white man, to retrieve a wanted man, Nate, played possessedly by

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Video Q&A with Actor/Writer Jorge Ortiz

Qulture writer Victor Yates talked with actor and writer Jorge Ortiz on the new television series he is developing, Chris/tina. The series follows the life of Chris Maldonado, a transgendered woman born in the wrong body and allows viewers to watch Chris’ transformation. The lead actor, playing Chris, Micah Mora is a talented actor who

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The Obama Effect: Is the President Changing Public Views on LGBT Marriage?

At last week’s State of the Union address, President Barack Obama made early references to a thriving middle class that could “get ahead no matter what you look like or who you love.” This followed those historic statements during his second Presidential Inauguration that gay and lesbian people should be treated “like anyone else under

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