Michael C. Hall Played a Bodega Cat in the Skittles Broadway Musical
'Skittles Commercial' was a self-aware parody at nearly every turn, frequently coming right out and asking the very questions it provoked.
Forget 'Die Hard,' 'Go' Is the Ultimate Anti-Christmas Movie
What's more festive than a late-90s rave caper?
I Binged All the ‘Harry Potter’ Movies and Yes, They Are Gay as Hell
"Let’s get these Horcruxes, bitches!"
I Binged All 11 'Halloween' Movies and Now Michael Myers Is My Mr. Big
I couldn't help but wonder, would I ever manage to claw his freaky theme music from my brain?
America's Mass Incarceration Crisis Begins in Its Schools
We spoke with Anna Deavere Smith about Parkland, the school-to-prison pipeline, and her new HBO film, 'Notes from the Field.'
'Saturday Church' Shines a Light on Growing Up Trans
'Saturday Church' uses the ball scene, magic realism, and bold musical numbers to plot one child's queer self-actualization.
It's Getting Harder for People of Color Like Me to Inhabit White Spaces
Given everything going on in the world today, the likelihood that a thoughtless remark uttered by a person of privilege will drive me up the wall is higher than ever. And I'm not alone.
Where Was ‘Call Me by Your Name’ When I Was 17?
Of all the film's achievements, telling the story of a first queer love that isn't filled with shame or rejection may be its finest—and one I could have used during my own queer adolescence.
The Sweet Stories of Gay Men Who Donate Sperm to Lesbian Friends
Often, a unique, harmonious sort of relationship ensues, one at the vanguard of our modern idea of "family."
The Awful Things Harvey Weinstein Allegedly Did at Miramax
Recent reports of the fallen movie mogul's horrifying conduct are worse than ever—and it's nothing new.
How Queer Men of Color Deal with Being Fetishized
Sexual racism sucks, and it's huge in the queer community. But being chased by someone who only dates your race can suck just as much.
My Ex Is a Survivor of Abuse—and It Tore Us Apart
"He described our fast-burning romance as a fantasy, but it had all seemed very real to me. It wasn't part of a strategy to overcome a painful history. It was dates on a calendar, a feeling of security, what I thought was only the beginning."