5 Queer Things You Can Do Right Now-ish: Make Lil Nas X Concert Plans, Celebrate Agender Pride Day

Ah, May. With Winter (finally) in the rearview, it’s time to bust out of hibernation and get with the getting on. Here’s a wide range of ideas, [...]

Lil Nas X to Kick Off Tour in Detroit, Snubs Texas

The one and only Lil Nas X has announced his first tour. The “Long Live Montero” tour will kick off Tuesday, Sept. 6 in Detroit at The Fillmore. [...]

5 Queer Things You Can Do Right Now-ish: Join LGBTQ+ Softball, Attend a Pride Prom, See BenDeLaCreme

It’s hard to believe we’re nearing the end of April and rounding the corner for May already, but here we are! As you fill in your busy spring [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

A Queer Slate, In Focus: The Studio That Brought Us ‘Brokeback Mountain’ Turns 20 

For 20 years now, Focus Features has been distributing and funding queer-focused movies, marketing them successfully to a wide audience even early on. As a [...]

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 [...]

7 Must-See Programs and Films Honoring Black History Month

Black History Month — the shortest month of the year, sadly — is quickly coming to a close once again. But before the month is over, take some time [...]

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 [...]

Revisiting ‘Shortbus’: How John Cameron Mitchell Used Unsimulated Sex to Make Striking Bush-Era Social Statements

“Let’s face it: monogamy’s for straight people,” says Jamie (PJ DeBoy) in one early moment in John Cameron Michell’s [...]

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 [...]

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