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The Call Me By Your Name Sequel Is Officially Happening

André Aciman’s follow up ‘Find Me’ will be released this fall. Hours after the news broke that Armie Hammer isn’t interested in making a sequel to Call Me By Your Name, André Aciman has announced that he is officially writing a sequel to the novel the film is based on. So stick that […] The post The Call […]

The Benefits of Online Gay Dating Sites & Apps

Tired of being single? Have you ever thought of using a gay dating app to help you find your perfect match? There are thousands of single gay men out there just like you so there is no need to be ashamed! In this day and age, everyone has a tablet […] The post The Benefits […]

This Domestic Abuse Survivor Broke Free From a Controlling, Violent Relationship

A domestic violence survivor speaks about how he overcame an abusive queer relationship, as the Home Office this week announced plans to provide funding to support LGBT+ domestic violence survivors. Matt Lloyd had been with his partner for a year and a half when he was convinced to move from […] The post This Domestic […]

Exclusive: Get Your First Look at Netflix’s ‘Tales Of The City’ Revival

Prepare to head back to 28 Barbary Lane… Almost two years after it was first announced that a new instalment of Tales of the City was in the works at Netflix, we’ve been given our first official look at the upcoming revival of the hit ’90s series. Original show stars Laura Linney […] The post Exclusive: Get […]

‘World’s Strongest Gay’ Married His Boyfriend Over The Weekend

The self-described “world’s strongest gay” has married his partner. In a touching post on Instagram, Rob Kearney, one of the world’s strongest men, announced that he had married fellow strongman Joey Aleixo on a beach in Australia over the weekend (17 March). “To call this man my husband is a […] The post ‘World’s Strongest […]

Disney’s ‘Gay Day at The Magic Kingdom’ Red Shirt is Going International

“Gay Day” at Disney’s Magic Kingdom theme park has become a tradition since it first launched 28 years ago. Now, the phenomenon is going global. A small group of gay men communicated online on bulletin boards and agreed to meet socially at the Magic Kingdom on the first Saturday in […] The post Disney’s ‘Gay […]

PrEP Use Jumps to 35 Percent Among Gay and Bi Men at Risk of HIV

A third of gay and bisexual men use PrEP for HIV prevention, and nine in 10 are aware of it, but the CDC says the drug is still underused. Thirty-five percent of gay and bisexual men at high risk of HIV infection were using PrEP, or pre-exposure prophylaxis, the daily […] The post PrEP Use […]

I Lost All My Gay Role Models to AIDS—Be Grateful You Won’t Lose Yours

Respect your elders, because unlike mine, they’ll live long, healthy lives. Not long ago, a gay 20-something told me that, as a 54-year-old unmarried man, I had no business giving advice to members of his generation. Unlike him, my “failure” of being single and childless, and, by proxy, promiscuous and […] The post I Lost […]

Country Singer Cameron Hawthorn Addresses His Sexuality In New Video

“Dancing in the Living Room” shows the Kansas-born artist and a boyfriend sharing a tender embrace. Country singer-songwriter Cameron Hawthorn surprised fans last week by dropping a heartwarming music video reflecting his authentic self.  The retro-styled “Dancing in the Living Room,” above, shows couples of varying ages, races and genders […] The post Country Singer […]

This New Series Hopes to Be The Next “Looking” Only Better

“Interested In” is a new coming-of-age queer web series created by Michael Witkes that will premiere on Dekkoo later this month. The comedy series follows Parker (played by Witkes), a gay college student from Philadelphia, as he comes to terms with being queer all the while navigating a world of casual […] The post This New […]