Though each of these dancers is runway worthy, they eclipse standard measurements of masculinity while defining what it means to be gorgeous on their own terms.
We chatted with the amazing Paul Rudnick about his effervescent comedy on the AIDS crisis of the 1980s and 1990s—a remarkable play-turned-film that almost never saw the light of day.
For many Black gay men, the path to freedom and self-expression is anything but a straight line.
Set in D.C. the summer before Trump’s win, the story toggles between two childhood friends—lovelorn, moody Sebastian and angry, sex-focused Oscar.
Elon Green’s Last Call is an investigative deep dive into grisly murders that were ultimately solved but mostly forgotten.
A Black gay man living with HIV, Monte J. Wolfe has strived to navigate body shaming his entire life. But since COVID-19 lockdowns began, his coping mechanisms have been strained to the limit.
We reached out to some of the industry’s most talented asses for their tips on taking your anal talents to impressive new heights.
Cedric Bien-Gund, M.D., explains how at-home HIV self-testing, while improving options for gay and bisexual men, also makes it more likely they’ll be connected to care and preventative services.
How one visual artist works around social-media censorship to start vital conversations about the human experience, queerness, anti-racism, and our responsibilities to each other.
The Murders That Haunted Toronto’s Gayborhood for the Past Decade—And a Chat With the Journalist Who Covered Them
Justin Ling’s ‘Missing From the Village’ is the deep-dive book version of his years-long investigation into why the police failed to connect dots—until they finally did.