The 'Wild' Ways of Jackie Collins

The 'Wild' Ways of Jackie Collins

The mistress of fiction dishes on returning to the Santangelo family saga with her latest book Confessions of a Wild Child, and why she’ll always include LGBT characters in her novels.

Today in Gay History: William Burroughs Turns 100

We remember when, in 1994, William Burroughs turned 80, and his work found yet another generation of fans.

You're In The 'DADT' Army, Now

You're In The 'DADT' Army, Now

At the age of 17, Rob Smith enlisted in the military, just as he was figuring out his own sexual identity. What he encountered the moment he got to boot camp shocked him.

Was Norman Rockwell Gay?

Was Norman Rockwell Gay?

Celebrated as a painter of American ideals, he was actually craving male beauty.

End of Tales of the City: Armistead Maupin Says Goodbye to Barbary Lane Crew

The Days of Anna Madrigal is the final novel of his hit series, Tales of the City.

POZ Founder Sean Strub Recalls Fight Against AIDS

His new book, Body Counts: A Memoir of Politics, Sex, AIDS, and Survival, is a must-read

Why Gore Vidal Refused to Identify as Gay

'Trying to make categories is very American, very stupid, and very dangerous.'

David Sedaris On His Sister's Suicide

In a New Yorker essay, out essayist the author remembers his sister Tiffany while at the beach with his siblings

Was Norman Rockwell Gay?

Celebrated as a painter of American ideals, he was actually craving male beauty, according to a new biography by Deborah Solomon.

Morrissey's Gay Relationship Scrubbed From U.S. Edition of Autobiography

Morrissey's Gay Relationship Scrubbed From U.S. Edition of Autobiography

The stateside release of Morrissey's autobiography removes any mention of his two-year relationship with another man.

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