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May 4th is not only Star Wars Day, but a time of diversity in a galaxy far, far away, as the first LGBT character is introduced in a new novel.
On the publishing of his magnum opus, The American People, famed author Andrew Holleran asks our angriest activist all that he has learned.
Many have still never heard about what happened that night in New Orleans in 1973 — until now.
Lance Loud was the first out gay teenager that anybody could see on weekly television.
Blake Little explores the rich, sweet, and somewhat terrifying potential of honey on the nude body in this portrait series.
Our top 10 entertainment and events highlights this week include RuPaul's Drag Race, Once Upon a Time, Jack Andraka, Kelly Clarkson, and Julianne Moore's new film, Maps to the Stars.
Brandan Robertson's book deal was reportedly iced after he refused to sign an antihomosexuality statement.
Radiant Affinities, The Life and Work of Cornelius McCarthy brings the serenely beautiful work of this unfamiliar painter back into the light.