Queer Things to Do: Camp With Bears, Vacation Close to Home, Watch Dirty Movies in Public

September is that sweet spot between summer debauchery and holiday madness — don’t let it pass you by without savoring a uniquely Michigan [...]

This Michigan Playwright Has Some Important Things to Say About Race, Queerness, God and Tupac. He's Finally Saying Them.

Emilio Rodriguez thought nothing of it when he handed a cache of unproduced scripts to an Ann Arbor artistic director four years ago. Rodriguez isn’t new [...]

Back to School: 9 Queer-Inclusive Picture Books For LGBTQ+ Kids

Back-to-school time is here, so why not get your kids in the mood with some LGBTQ-inclusive picture books set in schools? There are now many such books, but [...]

30 Years After His First Audition for a Darren Star Project, Tuc Watkins Stars In One

Tuc Watkins hasn’t just seen how gay relationships have evolved on television — he’s been a part of that evolution. On “Desperate [...]

Queer Things to Do: Rock Out With Melissa Etheridge, Attend Queer Prom, Get Immersed in Van Gogh

There are two types of summer babies: those who live to soak up the sun and those who do all they can to escape the heat. Whichever camp you’re in, you'll [...]

Why We’re Not Surprised Beyoncé Has Lovingly Dedicated Her New Album to Her Late Gay Uncle

Pride Source readers won’t be surprised to learn that, after some savvy Beyhive sleuthing, it's true: Beyoncé has lovingly dedicated her new [...]

Neil Patrick Harris on Getting His Penis Just Right For ‘Uncoupled,’ Reveals Use of ‘Digital Dong’ in ‘Gone Girl’

It wasn’t that it was hard, but when Neil Patrick Harris shot a scene for the new Netflix series “Uncoupled,” in which his character tries to [...]

Gender Roles at the Movies: Which of These Classic Horror Films Got It Right?

Part issue movie and part throwback slasher, Blumhouse’s new horror film “They/Them,” out Aug. 5 on Peacock, aims to flip the script for how [...]

Queer Things To Do: See a (Very) Gay Play, Build a Sex Room, Attend a Gender Embodiment Workshop

Ah, summer. So hot. So fast. Before you can blink, we’ll be cruising right into fall. For now, there’s plenty of time to dive into one (or all) of [...]

How This Detroit Native Is Reshaping Broadway With Black, Gay, Fat Representation

While “A Strange Loop” — celebrated as a “Big, Black, Queer-Ass American Broadway Show” — has some similarities to its [...]

Jaida Essence Hall Would Like to Properly Experience Detroit for the First Time During Werq the World Tour

When Jaida Essence Hall gets to Michigan for the Werq the World tour, her visit will mark the first time she’s been anywhere in the state outside Detroit [...]

5 Queer Things You Can Do Right Now-ish: Catch a Catwalk Catfight, See a Gay Music Icon, Get Hotter Than July

Congratulations! Now that we’re into July, you’ve reached the halfway point 0f a year that has already felt like a decade. It’s tough out [...]