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Best of 2018

Troye Sivan Is More Than a Pop Star

With his newest single, Sivan continues to find success by boldly wearing his queer identity on his sleeve. 

Best of 2018: Bisexuals on TV

From Desiree Akhavan to Jay Bilzerian, it's the year of the bisexual (at least on the small screen).

The Best Books We Read in 2018: LGBTQ Novels

From gay romances to trans intrigue, these books offered some of the best queer and trans fiction we found this year.

Meet Kaia Naadira, the Nonbinary Activist Daughter of #MeToo's Founder

Artist and filmmaker Kaia Naadira got their activist fire from Tarana Burke, the founder of the #MeToo movement.

Meet the LGBTQ Bloggers Debunking Right-Wing Lies

Two bloggers expertly exposed and challenged misinformation about queer and trans people this year.

To Be a Young, Gifted, Black, Bisexual Working Actress

Whether touring with Cicely Tyson or hosting a queer talk show, Dalila Ali Rajah is proving she's more than a pretty face.

'Supergirl' Breaks New Ground With Trans Superhero

A fascinating character on The CW series is getting attention for all the right reasons.

The Southern Gay Weatherman Obsessed With Penis Size

It takes a special person to make you laugh while talking about blizzards and climate change.

'LGBTQ' Didn't Feel Right to This Actor, But 'Two-Spirit' Did

Ty Defoe, proudly embracing his Native queer identity, is making a name for himself on Broadway.

2018 Was Tough. Ryan Murphy and 'Pose' Made It Palatable

It took 10 years, but Murphy miraculously created the most trans-centered TV show ever. Murphy talks to us about the journey and impact of Pose.

A 'Looking,' 'Queer as Folk' for Fifty-something Golden Gays

An acclaimed new web series depicts a gay man of a certain age who loses the love of his life and has to start over.

The Trans Mind Who Shapes Holograms and Ninja Turtles

Comic book hero Sophie Campbell wraps her beloved queer series Wet Moon, but her future is bright.

'Lesbian Jesus' Hayley Kiyoko Had an Awesome 2018

Her amazing year, capped with an MTV Video Music Award, means even more to her legions of young queer fans.

Murphy Brown's Gay Indian-American Unicorn

Actor Nik Dodani brings the sitcom, and the conventions of stardom, into the 21st century.