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Patricia Arquette Upset Trans Sister Alexis Omitted From Oscars ‘In Memoriam’

Patricia Arquette Upset Trans Sister Alexis Omitted From Oscars ‘In Memoriam’

“Trans kids — it could have meant a lot to them.” Patrica Arquette spoke out about the omission of her transgender sister Alexis Arquette from the Oscars’ “In Memoriam” segment, saying that she thought the moment would have provided a powerful message for transgender children.

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Viola Davis Accepts First Oscar for Best Supporting Actress With a Powerful, Tear-Filled Speech

Viola Davis Accepts First Oscar for Best Supporting Actress With a Powerful, Tear-Filled Speech

Grab the tissues...Viola Davis just delivered one hell of an acceptance speech and rightfully so! The Fences actress was honored with her very first Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress at the 2017 Oscars, taking the win over a strong list of nominees, including: Naomie Harris for Moonlight, Nicole Kidman for Lion, Octavia Spencer for Hidden Figures and Michelle Williams for Manchester by the Sea.

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Oscars 2017: What to Watch For

Oscars 2017: What to Watch For

LOS ANGELES — “Fasten your seatbelts: It’s going to be a bumpy night.” That sassy chestnut, made famous by Bette Davis in the 1951 best-picture winner, “All About Eve,” sums up the feeling in Hollywood heading into this year’s Oscars.

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Trinity High School Transgender Wrestler Booed After Winning Female Competition He Didn’t Want to Be In

Trinity High School Transgender Wrestler Booed After Winning Female Competition He Didn’t Want to Be In

Mack Beggs, 17, who is transitioning from female to male, had wanted to compete against other boys in the Texas state championship. But officials refused to allow it because state sport regulations require athletes to wrestle according to their gender at birth.

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