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.
The new HBO series—a spin-off of the critically-lauded feature film “Skate Kitchen”—follows a diverse group of young women skaters navigating the perilous streets (and men) of NYC.
Musical artist Jonah Mutono, whose new album GERG comes out May 15, writes about finding romance and embracing his queer self. PLUS listen to his beautiful new song “The Low.”
The life of the famed, flamboyant Puerto Rican astrologist is chronicled in “Mucho, Mucho Amor,” a new documentary that sheds light on the icon’s rise and abrupt vanishing from TV.
The can’t-miss films that came out from 2010-2019, and which you probably missed.
“Work in Progress” creator Abby McEnany calls her show “a coming of age story for a 45-year-old dyke,” which includes confronting “SNL” star Julia Sweeney about her character Pat.