Ritchie Torres, the first Afro-Latino, out-LGBTQ politician in Congress, talks about poverty, depression, ambition, contracting COVID, de Blasio’s “incompetence,” and the Squad.
Legendary New York nightlife scribe Michael Musto recalls his long acquaintance with Michael Alig, the infamous “club kid” and killer who has died, aged 54.
The Trump administration continued to attack the LGBTQ community, particularly trans people, in 2020 in law and in the courts. Joe Biden has a lot of work to do to ensure equality.
The latest rise of seasonal queer films either lack diversity, or fall into the trap of tokenizing or stereotyping the people of color cast.
Trans troops and their advocates tell Tim Teeman about the damage Trump’s ban has done, and their anticipation of Joe Biden’s promise to repeal it on “day one” of his presidency.
Mark Peikert, ex-editor of Broadway’s Playbill, now edits porn site The Gay Goods. He talks to Tim Teeman about sex, scandal, provocation, and why “burning bridges” is liberating.
The High Court’s ruling to limit access to puberty delaying medication for trans teens was the latest blow in what feels to many trans Brits like an endless onslaught of prejudice.