In the wake of the #MeToo movement that has shaken Hollywood, a ghost from the past has begun to surface: the morality clause, which was used against gay actors of yore.
Some people were born to break the rules. However, actress Tallulah Bankhead was born gay and a rule-breaker with her many lovers, both men and women.
TV's top showrunner Shonda Rhimes criticized Hollywood on its terrible way of representing the LGBTQ community and called for more realistic portrayals.
While we know that there aren't enough LGBT Hollywood characters on-screen, what's surprising is that the numbers haven't increased in the past years.
In a time when they couldn't be open about themselves, Marion Morgan and Dorothy Arzner were fortunate enough to find each other.
Welcome to the sex lives of 1950s' LGBT Hollywood celebrities. it was a period when sex was oozing out of the bedroom, especially in Hollywood.