Musician and manager Claudia Gonson, of the Magnetic Fields, remembers her mentor and friend — a poet and literary critic, and one of the originators of queer theory.
Life for gay men in Syria, like Subhi Nahas, has become unendurable with the rise of ISIS, but things were bad long before the militants took power.
For Kim Powers and Jess Goldstein, a simple series of errands served as the first stitch to a lifetime of love and partnership.
They’re kilning it.
Matthew Ebert wonders what might have become of him, had he not joined ACT UP in 1987.
Though there are many objections to the legalization of prostitution, does criminalization do more harm than good?
Is today’s New Gay — businesslike and comfortable in straight environments — an entirely new creature?