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Picture It: “The Golden Girls” Coloring Book Now Available

Even though the show ended over 25 years ago, we still tune into The Golden Girls every time we see reruns on Logo, Lifetime or any other channel for women and gays. And now that it’s on Hulu, we can also binge on the treadmill or whenever we’re just needing a fix of the fab four. Now, there’s an all new […]

“Will & Grace” Premiere Date Announced!

We know where we’ll be Thursday, September 28th at 9 eastern/8 central — in front of our TV watching the premiere of NBC’s 12-episode revival of “Will & Grace,” that’s where! Last month, NBC released a trailer to tease us about what’s to come…  

Teacher of the Year SLAYS at The White House

We don’t know anything about his teaching credentials, but Rhode Island Teacher of the Year Nikos Giannopoulos SLAYED with his black lace fan and rainbow pin (and attitude!) at The White House in his photo with Trump and Melania. You go, Teacher Girl!

For Sale: Julia Sugarbaker’s House

Hey, 80’s Queens – Julia Sugarbaker’s house is for sale! It’s in Little Rock (home of Designing Women‘s creator), instead of Atlanta, which explains why there were never any outdoor scenes beyond the intro and b-roll. But still, for a measly $975,000, you could be one of the coolest (old) gays we know. Oldhousedreams.com has details. Oddly, the listing agent is […]

Will & Grace Is Coming Back!

  Will & Grace is back, honey! It’s been more than a decade since comedy’s most fabulous foursome left us, but now Will, Grace, Jack and Karen are coming back for a 12-episode event. We can’t wait to hear what they have to say about today’s current events. (Do you think Karen voted for her pal Donald Trump?!) For now all we […]

Dallas Cut From 2022 Gay Games Consideration

We just learned that Dallas didn’t make the cut for the 2022 Gay Games. Neither did Austin, San Francisco, Salt Lake City or Denver. The Federation of Gay Games has chosen Hong Kong, Guadalajara and Washington, DC, as the three finalists for host city. Bummer. Here’s what Monica Paul, Executive Director of the Dallas Sports Commission, had to say in […]

Dale Hansen Goes Unplugged About Trans Rights

Dale Hansen, longtime Dallas sportscaster and unlikely hero of the LGBT movement with his epic “Unplugged” segments, is back. As you may remember, a few years ago Dale made headlines for his support of gay football player Michael Sam – and even received a personal invite from Ellen to appear on her show. Last night, he addressed a controversy here in Texas […]

Will Big D Make The Gay Games Short List?

At the end of the month, we’ll know if Dallas is a finalist to host the 2022 Gay Games when the Federation on Gay Games narrows the list of bid cities from eight to just three. What does that mean? If we get the green light, it’s go time to show off our city and how we’ll (impeccably) pull off the […]

AIDS Arms Changes Name To Prism Health North Texas

Since opening its doors in 1986 to serve North Texans during the AIDS crisis, AIDS Arms has been an important part of the Dallas gay community through its support and treatment of thousands of people living with or at risk for HIV/AIDS. Over three decades, together we’ve seen a lot of change, including advancements in the way HIV is prevented and treated. Tonight, at the […]

@HeSaidMag is FINALLY on Instagram

You’ve come to know us as trend setters, style makers and inside scoop scoopers…but sometimes even we get behind on the latest things. It’s not that we don’t know about it or want to be part of it. Usually, it’s just because we’re busy AF. Take Instagram. We love it for our personal lives, but just haven’t gotten around to launching […]