Billy Porter Makes History

Billy Porter makes history as the first gay Black man to win the Emmy Award for Best Actor in a Drama. His win represents an amazing win for the LGBTQ Community.

   At this year's Emmys, Billy Porter made history as the first gay Black man to win an Emmy for a dramatic role. He did so in great style, as he usually does, while making it clear that times have changed and new barriers and being broken on a regular basis.

He seemed to know he would win, as he wore an amazing outfit complete with a hat that defied gravity and expectations at the same time. He has become known for his over-the-top outfits that frequently land him ont he best-dressed list after awards shows.

Mr. Porter is known for his on-screen and theater roles, especially his work on Broadway. He is a truly talented individual who has been in the entertainment business for decades, and just continues to shine as an actor.

There were other notable moments from the Emmys, including the show Transparent being discussed, which is in its final act currently. There were many other LGBTQ folks honored at this year's ceremony, including new and well-known industry leaders.

Television shows frequently feature LGBTQ-related themes these days. Just think about Orange is the New Black and Will & Grace. These shows, among many others, have featured talented LGBTQ actors and characters. They allow the queer experience to be more present in popular culture, while also giving viewers a chance to see themselves on the big screen! 

 

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Unitarian Universalist Fellowship

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