People Don't Understand Serena Williams's Controversial 'GQ' Cover
Some are calling it racist and transphobic, but there's more nuance to take into consideration.
Tom of Finland’s Explicit Art Radically Changed How We View Gay Sexuality
The legendary queer artist is famous for his photo-realistic drawings of gay men enjoying sex.
Frank Ocean Stans Remember the Week 'Endless' and 'Blonde' Dropped
The elusive singer-songwriter has a rabid fanbase who freaked out last year when they were finally treated to new art.
Lafayette Reynolds Made Me Proud to Be a Queer Black Man
The 'True Blood' character played by late actor Nelsan Ellis was revelatory for me, a gay black boy growing up in the heart of the American South.
This Chicano Designer Brings the Radical Cholo Spirit to Fashion
Willy Chavarria is changing the style game by infusing anti-Trump politics and Mexican-American subculture with his high-end designs.
It Was Nearly Impossible to Make This Queer Indian Drama
'Loev' is a sumptuous, provocative Netflix film that takes on queer intimacy in a nation where homosexuality is illegal.
Gay Bars Can be Mind-Bogglingly Racist
We decided to take a look at how unsafe "safe spaces" have been in the last 12 months.
Tracing Raf Simons's Influence on Modern Menswear
We took a look at the recent collections from New York Fashion Week: Men's to highlight the Belgian designer's ever-present impact on style.
Stop Calling Everything Made by Black Designers 'Streetwear'
When designers put artisanal fabrics and expert tailoring down a runway, they should not get looped in with brands that focus on graphic T-shirts and hoodies.
Photos from 40 Years of Life in Gay New York
San Shahid, the art director behind some of the most talked-about fashion advertising of the 80s and 90s, shares photos from four decades of gay life in the city.
What It's Like to Photograph Everyone from MLK to Trump
A new documentary 'Harry Benson: Shoot First' follows the legendary photographer, who's shot everyone and everything from Muhammad Ali and the Beatles to RFK's assassination, to war in Iraq.
Behind the Scenes of Pyer Moss's Daring Fashion Show About American Greed
The show was a condemnation of economic exploitation and an expression of designer Kerby Jean-Raymond's own struggles. To get an idea of how it all came together, we spoke to the creative team Raymond tapped to work on the show.