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David Oliver

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Washington, DC, United States

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  • Yahoo
  • USA TODAY
  • MetroWest Daily News
  • Messenger Post Media
  • The Journal News
  • Milford Daily News
  • IC Press-Citizen
  • The Tennessean
  • The News Leader
  • El Paso Times
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Past articles by David:

'Legally Blonde'-inspired queer rom-com novel 'Blaine for the Win' is a win for LGBTQ youth

Author Robbie Couch set out to loosely base his second YA novel, "Blaine for the Win," on "Legally Blonde." What, like it's hard, you might ask? → Read More

'Queer Eye' star Jonathan Van Ness gets even more 'curious' in new book 'Love That Story'

In their newest book, "Love That Story," Jonathan Van Ness invites readers along with them for educational chapters that beg readers to get curious. → Read More

Joan Collins recounts illustrious career, life in new documentary – but 'I live in the present'

Joan Collins boasts a winding career path dating back to the 1950s – something you will salivate over watching new documentary, "This is Joan Collins" → Read More

Zoë Kravitz's 'The Batman' co-star Paul Dano crashes her 'SNL' hosting gig

Zoë Kravitz's "The Batman" co-star Paul Dano crashed her "Saturday Night Live" episode and was almost as creepy as he was in the movie. Almost. → Read More

Disney CEO (finally) speaks out on 'Don't Say Gay' bill. But where's the gay Disney fairy tale?

If Disney wants to toe line on political affiliations and champion queer content, it should do just that: Champion. → Read More

'Changed my life for the better': What people with Down syndrome (and their families) wish you knew

Children and adults with Down syndrome can lead productive and happy lives. These people and their families wish you knew that and much more. → Read More

Men are trying out makeup – and it's no surprise, experts say

Men, both straight and LGBTQ, are experimenting with makeup, and experts say that's no surprise. Just look to TikTok to see the latest examples. → Read More

Broadcast TV has never been more queer, GLAAD study says

Noticing more LGBTQ characters onscreen? This year marks a record-high percentage in GLAAD's history for queer characters on broadcast TV. → Read More

Yes, people are seeking out sex therapy. It's nothing to be ashamed of.

Sex therapy may be the key to unlocking problems in your sex life – but it requires being radically honest and pushing away shame. → Read More

What kids of all ages should be reading for Black History Month (and all year)

Parents can look to many a different book to ensure their child has a diverse leading list during Black History Month (and beyond). → Read More

The problem with Bethenny Frankel's trans comments and 'Real Housewives' bigotry

Bravo aims to be inclusive, but its "Real Housewives" keep saying the wrong thing. Fans say there needs to be accountability. Is it realistic? → Read More

Evan Rachel Wood reveals shocking abuse allegations against Marilyn Manson in new documentary

"My story is not unique," says Evan Rachel Wood, who shares her story of abuse at the Sundance Film Festival with the HBO film "Phoenix Rising." → Read More

'Jeopardy!' interview: Champion Amy Schneider on her strategy (and why she wears those pearls)

Amy Schneider is a lot like the rest of us. Then again, maybe not. She's won more than $1.1 million on "Jeopardy!" – the most by any woman. → Read More

Queen Elizabeth II gives tribute to Prince Philip in first Christmas speech without him

Queen Elizabeth II gave her first Christmas speech since the death of her husband, Prince Philip, earlier this year. → Read More

Amy Schneider makes 'Jeopardy!' history with fourth-highest winnings in regular season play

Amy Schneider – who's won 17 consecutive games of Jeopardy! – is climbing the ladder of series champions. → Read More

'Wheel of Fortune' contestant wins Audi after narrowly missing out: 'We tracked down Charlene!'

"Wheel of Fortune" contestant Charlene missed out on the final round and lost her chance at going home with an Audi Q3. But that didn't last long. → Read More

Has COVID destroyed our attention spans?

It's unclear whether the COVID era has had a quantifiable effect on our attention spans, though experts confirm mental exhaustion is widespread. → Read More

'Wheel of Fortune' fans perplexed with rule after woman loses Audi: 'Give her the car'

"We'll allow for a little pause but not four or five seconds," host Pat Sayjak told the contestant, whose mistake cost her an Audi. → Read More

Why you can't stop watching rich people disintegrate on 'Succession,' 'Real Housewives'

Experts and fans say we can't look away because of schadenfreude and the ever-tantalizing appeal of a good story. → Read More

What does 'Two-Spirit' mean? What to know about Two-Spirit, indigenous LGBTQ identities

Two-Spirit refers to a traditional role in Native American society, but not all indigenous queer people identify with the term. → Read More