How 'Queer Eye' Helped Jess Guilbeaux Find Her Voice in Conservative America
We talked to the show's first Black lesbian star about regaining her confidence and using her platform to help others like her.
Janelle Monáe on Coming Out: "I Was Terrified"
In a cover story for 'them,' Janelle Monáe opens up about coming out and how 'Dirty Computer' set her free in an interview with Lizzo.
'Native Son' Star Kiki Layne Just Wants Black Women to Be Seen
“We're seeing white actresses doing all these things and booking back to back amazing roles. But even though I haven’t seen that with someone like me, it doesn’t mean it’s not possible. It’s possible.”
Taylor Schilling's 'Family' Is A Heartfelt Look At Workaholism
In theaters April 19, Taylor Schilling stars as an alpha female whose ambition doesn't leave room for vulnerability.
In Congress, a Task Force for Trans Equality Is Mobilizing Against Trump
“It is mystifying to me that a President believes that defining people out of existence, or erasing their identity, would somehow make America stronger," said Rep. Joe Kennedy III, the chairman of the Congressional Trans Equality Task force.
Bilingual Pop Sensation Empress Of Loves Memes and Linkin Park
The musician behind the new album "Us" answers our quick-fire survey about astrology, insecurities, and songs that make her cry.
Cole Sprouse Explains Why Filming 'Five Feet Apart' Changed his Life
He also tells us why he was carrying bread in his pocket on the red carpet.
I Interviewed Tan France and Then 'Queer Eyed' Myself
By following Tan's fashion advice, and imagining what the other members of the Fab Five would do for me, I transformed my life. Sort of.
Ari Lennox on DC Cheesesteaks, The Sims, and Sad Disney Movies
The Dreamville singer answers quick-fire questions about her upcoming debut album, favorite throwback songs, and food vices.
How The Japanese House’s Walls Came Tumbling Down
With her beloved dog Calvin in tow, the atmospheric UK artist talks us through how heartbreak and subsequent clarity informed her debut LP.
'Two for Joy' Isn't Your Standard 'Gritty' Drama
We spoke to British filmmaker Tom Beard about his first feature length, which deals with grief, depression, class and, ultimately, hope.
Lorena Bobbitt Tells Her Own Story: 'Immigrant Women Don't Have a Voice'
Broadly spoke with Lorena Bobbitt about her 1993 domestic assault trial that gripped the nation, and how her immigration status shaped her narrative.