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Chris Azzopardi

Chris Azzopardi

Chris Azzopardi is the Editorial Director of Pride Source Media Group and Q Syndicate, the national LGBTQ+ wire service. He has interviewed a multitude of superstars, including Cher, Meryl Streep, Mariah Carey and Beyoncé. His work has also appeared in The New York Times, Vanity Fair, GQ and Billboard. Reach him via Twitter @chrisazzopardi.

WATCH: Billy Eichner Wants to Give You the Gay Orgy You Deserve in NSFW ‘Bros’ Trailer

Justice for gay sex that looks like gay sex!Billy Eichner is on it, and in the R-rated red-band trailer for “Bros,” which debuted today and will easily be the gayest thing you’ve seen all day, he’s already delivering on that [...]

More Than Moana: Auli’i Cravalho on Her New Bisexual Role, Her First Pride and Coming Out on TikTok

It’s still open to interpretation whether Moana is on the queer spectrum, but Auli’i Cravalho, who voiced the Disney princess, can assure you of one thing — she’s a proud bisexual. The 21-year-old actress portrays her first [...]

A Juicy Emergence: Sofi Tukker Talks Inclusive Values, Dancing Together Again and Erotic Fruit

For Sophie Hawley-Weld and Tucker Halpern, better known as Sofi Tukker, it doesn’t need to be Pride for it to feel like a Pride show. The duo has been promoting and practicing the values of inclusivity and self-empowerment in their music and [...]

Perfume Genius Is Getting Back to the Feeling

Alone in the desert, three men, wearing nothing but thongs, do cat-cow stretches on a blanket for nearly two minutes. Tour cities, including Detroit, are read in a faint tone that, as the vintage video progresses, grows weirder and more chilling, the [...]

Patti Harrison Luckily Has a Lot to Say About Being Trans in Hollywood, Poop, Dildos and Elle Fanning

There still aren’t enough trans actors in Hollywood, but at least there’s Patti Harrison. Harrison is currently starring in the big blockbuster rom-com caper “The Lost City,” alongside Sandra Bullock and Channing Tatum, as the [...]

Power, Putin and, Yes, the Tiger King: John Cameron Mitchell on What We Can Learn About Abusing Authority From Joe Exotic

What could Joe “Tiger King” Exotic and fictional genderqueer arthouse punk-rocker Hedwig Robinson possibly have in common? John Cameron Mitchell.And so, the Farrah Fawcett wig comes off the 58-year-old actor who created Hedwig and brought [...]

Call Me Mentor: Leslie Jordan and Cheyenne Jackson on What They've Learned From Each Other

Leslie Jordan and Cheyenne Jackson, co-stars in the Fox multicam sitcom “Call Me Kat,” are in separate locations on Zoom, tenderly admiring each other. As an openly gay actor, Jackson (“30 Rock” and “All Shook Up,” [...]

How Entertainment Weekly Changed My Life as a Gay Kid and Led Me to Become a Journalist

You wouldn’t be reading this right now if it weren’t for Entertainment Weekly. EW is why I became a journalist. This fact only makes it stranger, and sadder, to say that I can’t believe I won’t receive another issue of EW in [...]

Jonathan Van Ness Talks New Netflix Show, Inspiring LGBTQ+ Youth and Newfound 'Sense of Ease' in Who They Are

Before I talk to Jonathan Van Ness about their new Netflix show, “Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness,” they take me on a little on-camera adventure that involves them “needing cuter light.”They do a 180 with the computer. [...]

With His Empowering Sundance Debut, Antonio Marziale Is Provocative with Purpose

Writing and directing for the first time in his filmmaking career, Antonio Marziale didn’t make “Starfuckers,” which he also acts in, with the intention of it being among the short films to premiere at Sundance this year. But on [...]

Bridget Everett Takes on Small-Town Queer Chosen Family in One of the Most Moving Shows of the Year

Bridget Everett is surrounded by queer people in her everyday life. She’s got queer friends, queer family, queer fans — the latter of which she courted while performing her alt-cabaret (alt as in she’s been known to sing about [...]

‘Scream’ Screenwriter Kevin Williamson Confirms Billy and Stu’s Queer-Coded Relationship Was Based on Real Gay Killers

If you’re still wondering about those homoerotic undertones 25 years after Billy Loomis and Stu Macher terrorized Woodsboro in Wes Craven’s “Scream,” you’ve been on the right track all along.Ahead of the new [...]