March 04, 2015

May the March Rise Up to Meet You

New York’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade welcomes its first LGBT group this year, but many are saying it’s still not enough.
February 25, 2015

No More Teenage Dream

New York’s barely legal nightlife scene takes a fatal blow as Gay College Tuesdays relocates to The Ritz and ups its age minimum to 21.
February 19, 2015

It's Just A Preference

There’s a big difference between cultural dating preferences and racism in the bedroom.
February 12, 2015

Glamorous, Not Degrading

Drag icon Lady Bunny sounds off on what Mary Cheney doesn’t understand about drag.
February 04, 2015

We Don't Have to "Play" Gay

It’s perfectly fine if Kevin Hart doesn’t want to play gay; there are plenty of out actors who would be more than happy to take on those roles.
January 28, 2015

Obama's Wordplay Is a Game to Get Behind

President Barack Obama’s penultimate State of the Union Address historically noted bisexual, lesbian, and transgender Americans as worthy of equality. His words go beyond political correctness to highlight what will surely be part of his legacy.
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.


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