Historians Are Debating if Walt Whitman Took a Dick Pic
It's beloved poet Walt Whitman's 198th birthday, and we're looking at his alleged nudes.
We Asked Five Artists to Design All-Gender Restroom Signs
Print them out and use them to destigmatize your local bathroom.
Hundreds of Theater Groups are Coming Together to Protest Trump's Inauguration
The co-founder of The Ghostlight Project explains how the theater community plans to shine a light during a dark administration.
We Talked to Christian Slater About Gay Porn, Man-Crushes, and 'King Cobra'
Christian Slater and 'King Cobra' director Justin Kelly on the challenges of making a film about underage porn stars, intergenerational relationships, and murder.
This Gay Porn Company Is Upending the Definition of Porn
The studio is staking a claim that gay porn can be diverse, experimental, contemplative, complex—and still hot.
The Orlando Shooter Was Born into America's Culture of Violence
Much has been made of the killer's apparent interest in ISIS, but less time has been spent looking at the ways Mateen fit other patterns of violence.
At 83, Chita Rivera Would Still Beat You in a Dance-Off
Broadway legend and the first Latina to ever be Kennedy Honoree, Chita Rivera is launching a new cabaret show in New York to prove she's not done yet.
Hillary's Tortured Relationship with LGBTs
Is Hillary Clinton a true LGBT ally? Though the last ten years of her career have been marked with active involvement for LGBT rights, Clinton's history and willingness to pander to what's popular has many in the queer community on edge.
The Controversial Chinese Gay Erotic Novel You Can Finally Read in English
In 1998, an anonymous writer began publishing installments of a gay erotic novel online. Perhaps the first gay novel ever published in China, it quickly became a touchstone for queer men in the country. This week, "Beijing Comrades" is finally coming...
'Happy Birthday Marsha' Shows What the Gay Rights Movement Owes Trans People
We talked to the filmmakers behind a new short film honoring Marsha Johnson, a trans activist who dedicated her life to the rights of poor trans people of color.
Talking with Director Todd Haynes about 'Carol,' Lesbian Love, and the Impossibility of Indie Films
We met up with the filmmaker to discuss his new film, an exploration of lesbian love in the homophobic 1950s.
Meet Basil Twist, the 'Genius' Puppet Master Bringing the Inanimate to Life
The MacArthur grant recipient might be the most fascinating puppeteer in the world.