Commentary

January 22, 2015

Does Queer Cinema Still Need Sundance?

As LGBT narratives become more common outside of Sundance, do these films still need the indie film festival to get the attention they deserve?
January 15, 2015

Loverboy or Boy Toy?

Criticisms are swirling over the 30-year age difference between British comedian Stephen Fry and fiancé Elliott Spencer, but could they simply be getting married for the right reason: love?
January 08, 2015

Marriage of Inconvenience

With TLC’s upcoming My Husband’s Not Gay, the cable network hits a new low, exploiting the experience Gay mormons in denial.
January 02, 2015

The Role of the Gay Teacher

GLSEN says LGBT mentors in high school are essential. One gay high school teacher reflects on the role he plays in his students’ lives.
December 26, 2014

Good Breeding vs. Bad Breeding

With PrEP in the picture, should gay porn loosen up about barebacking?
December 19, 2014

Working Nightlife’s Totem Pole

Nightlife producers don’t have it easy, and neither do their assistants! We explore the secrets of finding a promoter-assistant match made in heaven.
December 12, 2014

Do Black Lives Matter To Gays?

In the aftermath of Eric Garner’s death, it seems many in the LGBT community have gone silent.
December 05, 2014

Where’s the Humanity in HRC?

Honoring Monsanto is the LGBT rights organization’s latest in a slew of missteps while corporatizing equality.
November 28, 2014

ENDA is Equality's Next Hurtle

Despite passage in the Senate late last year, the bill’s continued exemptions for religiously affiliated organizations show there’s still work to be done.
November 21, 2014

Drag Isn’t Just a Job

More than a nighttime hobby for charismatic gays, drag calls those with the divine power to not fall victim to the man.

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