Film and TV director (Queen Sugar, David Makes Man) Dunye chats with The Advocate about her body of work that centers those overlooked in Hollywood.
From her roots in the women's movement of the 1960s through the AIDS epidemic and to advocating for LGBTQ+ elders, Bottini led the way.
The first gay woman to complete the Seven Summits, Silvia Vasquez-Lavado, is also amplifying awareness about sexual abuse. Now, Selena Gomez is set to play her on the big screen.
Rosamund Pike and Eiza González chat with The Advocate about playing a couple in love in Netflix's new dark comedy thriller.
Writer Abigail Shrier pits lesbians against trans and nonbinary folks in her dangerous book, Irreversible Damage, but there are ways to combat that.
Ammonite star Kate Winslet and writer-director Francis Lee speak with The Advocate about connection, hands, and a timeless love story between women.
On the upside, there's a trailer for new episodes of the queer series Wynonna Earp out now. But it's bittersweet as the series ushers in its final episodes.