Eric Sasson is the author of "Margins of Tolerance" and the forthcoming novel, "Admissions." He contributes regularly to VICE, The New Republic and GOOD magazine.
How the Tom of Finland Biopic Brought the Erotica Master's Life to Screen
Tom of Finland's impact on gay culture is hard to overstate, but the story of his life is less well known. A new film hopes to change that.
Where's the Line Between Trans Visibility and Media Sensationalism?
The July cover of 'Glamour Spain' features model Andreja Pejic without reference to her gender identity. Is that progress?
RuPaul Made Drag Mainstream
How 'Drag Race' made straight America fall in love with drag.
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Bernie's Revolution Won't Save the Democrats
To win in the midterms, the party will need more than just progressive populism.
How Queer Literature Lost and Found Its Next Generation of Talent
The past couple of decades of queer literature haven't made a huge impact. Monday's Lambda Literary Awards are the latest sign that's changing.
Liberals Need to Get Ready for a World Without Trump
The left wants to get Donald Trump out of the White House—but it needs to think ahead to what happens after that.