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Meet the Gay Latinx Actor Playing Alexander Hamilton in Detroit

In the musical bearing his name, Alexander Hamilton is a man all too aware of both his impermanence and his influence.  There could never be enough time to [...]

Two Gay Friends From Detroit: Lily Tomlin Remembers the Magic of Allee Willis

The “Classic Lily” tab on Lily Tomlin’s official website — noted as “the world’s only” — is, today, barely [...]

Sigourney Weaver on Why She Decided Her Character Would Be a Lesbian in 'Call Jane'

Urgent, timely, crucial. As we find ourselves thrust into the post-Roe era, following the U.S. Supreme Court decision in June to overturn the constitutional [...]

WATCH: Queer Icon Sigourney Weaver Reacts to Realizing Her Birthday Is on International Lesbian Day 

We don’t have to tell you that Sigourney Weaver is a lesbian icon thanks, in large part, to her legendary portrayal of Ripley in the “Alien" [...]

Remembering Leslie Jordan: Goodbye to One Southern Baptist Sissy From Another

Leslie Jordan and I had something in common. Unfortunately, I don’t much share his delightful wit, delicious Southern charm, undaunting cheerfulness or [...]

‘American Horror Story’ Goes Full Gay In ‘NYC’

By John Paul King, Washington BladeIt’s hard to believe that “American Horror Story” is now more than a decade old – yet at the same [...]

Tár' Is a Staggering Lesbian Success Story. But Whose Success Is It?

In writer-director Todd Field’s latest film, “Tár,” there’s a sense of intoxication in play, an air of fascination in the [...]

‘Monarch’ Star Beth Ditto on Why LGBTQ+ Representation Matters to Kids Everywhere, But Especially in the South

All this talk of authentic representation and, finally, we’re seeing it. In fact, we’re seeing a lot of it in the extremely dramatic new Fox [...]

The ‘Very Special’ Reason ‘Chucky’ Star Lachlan Watson Loved Bringing Killer Doll’s Genderfluid Kids to Life

I don’t even ask Lachlan Watson about the Value Village cow onesie until halfway through our interview. But that’s how Watson first appears on Zoom, [...]

At the Kyiv City Ballet in Detroit: Queer Beauty in a Time of Turmoil

More than seven months ago, on Feb. 23, the Kyiv City Ballet left their country for a long-planned European tour. The following day, Russia invaded Ukraine. [...]

How Optics and Inclusion Tussle for Space in 'Bros'

“Not all gay people are nice,” says Bobby Leiber, played by Billy Eichner as the lead character in “Bros,” the new Judd Apatow-produced [...]

‘Long Live Montero’ Review: Lil Nas X Serves Defiant Celebration of Queerness During Debut Concert in Detroit

It didn’t take me long to stop caring if Lil Nas X’s show at Detroit’s Fox Theatre on Tuesday, the first show of his first tour, was going to [...]