From Brokeback Mountain to Queer Eye, here are the best LGBTQ+ shows and movies on Netflix right now.
“Across the past several decades, LGBTQIA representation in entertainment media has moved forward leaps and bounds. From queer stories making it into mainstream film releases to transgender actors finally being cast in trans roles, queer entertainment is steadily becoming more and more readily available, thanks in part to the offerings in Netflix’s LGBTQIA section.”
Here are the most popular Pokemon in different regions of the world according to TheToyZone.
“As to be expected with the 25th anniversary of one of the most beloved franchises across the globe, fans have been coming up with creative ways to celebrate all the little critters they’ve spent decades trying to catch. Of course, the Pokémon brand has been showering fans with all kinds of announcements, but it’s worth highlighting fan projects, too.”
With the arrival of spring, check out some fun facts about the magnificent cherry trees and cherry blossoms.
“Cherry blossom season is a major tourist draw for any city that’s lucky enough to grow these ornamental cherry trees. Millions of people travel to cherry blossom festivals around the world to admire the beautiful pink blooms. In celebration of the arrival of spring, here are 10 things you might not know about the trees that produce such picturesque petals.”
There’s a movement calling for the boycott of popular mobile game Genshin Impact, and with good reasons.
“Genshin Impact is a bankbuster. in just six months on the market, the game has made over a billion dollars on mobile devices, ranking it among the biggest ips of the last decade. but all that success doesn’t mean the sprawling free-to-play RPG has managed to avoid controversy.”
WandaVision creator Jac Schaeffer addresses why the series is more complicated than just “Agatha all along.”
“When Marvel’s WandaVision rhetorically asked ‘Who’s been messing up everything?’ in its seventh episode, the answer was as obvious as it was catchy. But by the series finale of the Disney+ series, the answer had become considerably more complicated, in no small part because of how densely packed and at times overstuffed the episode felt.”
E3 2021 is going to be a virtual event in June. Here’s everything you need to know about it right now.
“The world isn’t ready for an in-person games conference and tens of thousands of people meeting up in real life, so it will come as no surprise that E3 2021 will be run as an all-virtual and free-to-watch event this summer. The Entertainment Software Association (ESA) has today confirmed that E3 2021 will be run over three days from June 12-15.”