LGBTQ gamers loved Shannon Woodward’s character in The Last of Us Part II. Now, the community and Woodward have found even more joy in the OnlyShans channel.
The star of HBO Max’s “Genera+ion” on the struggle to feel fabulous, why straight actors shouldn’t play queer roles, and “coming out” as queer—even though he rejects that idea.
Celebrated director Miranda July (“Me and You and Everyone We Know”) talks to Cassie da Costa about her excellent new film, starring Evan Rachel Wood and Gina Rodriguez.
The documentary ‘CURED’ chronicles the fight to remove homosexuality from the DSM. But it overlooks the contributions of Black and brown voices—and censors some activists’ racism.
During the Trump era, the Boston League of Wicked Wrestlers (BLOWW) has provided a haven for queer and trans wrestlers to express themselves—and whoop some ass.
Two people were arrested and others pepper-sprayed at Sunday’s otherwise powerful and peaceful Queer Liberation March in New York City, 50 years since the first ever Pride march.
Nomi Malone’s is “a story many queer people understand to our core,” writes Jeffrey McHale, the director of the documentary “You Don’t Nomi,” available June 9th.