Pêche Di and the Trans Modeling Revolution
Trans Models isn't just a modeling agency. It's an advocacy group for genderqueer people in fashion.
At The Movies
Four Times a Year, the Rolling Stones Sing the ‘Cocksucker Blues’
The infamous tour documentary got a rare screening in New York this week.
'Please Kill Me,' 20 Years Later
Authors Legs McNeil and Gillian McCain reflect on writing one of the most important rock books ever.
Meet the Men of Roller Derby, a Niche Sport Within a Niche Sport
Roller derby has been a sport long dominated by women. We hung out with local team the New York Shock Exchange to see what the deal is.
What It's Like to Test Sex Toys for a Living
When Ducky Doolittle opens a package for work, she examines the contents and asks, "How many ways can I fuck this thing?"
How to Tell Your Parents You're a Porn Star
We asked porn stars about their "coming out" experiences.
Whips, Chains, Paddles, and Puppies: Scenes from the Folsom Street East Festival
New York City's largest outdoor fetish street festival is full of leather, latex, and bare buttcheeks.
Riding with the Oldest All-Gay, All-Male, All-Riding Motorcycle Club
"We ride together, we protect each other. When we ride in formation, we are a well-oiled machine. We watch out for people on the road; when we change lanes, we make our presence known."