Month: November 2020

Malik Brown Becomes Atlanta’s First Director of LGBTQ Affairs

Despite the fact that Georgia does not have any statewide protections for their LGBTQ citizens, the state’s capital city, Atlanta, has achieved a perfect score on the Human Rights Campaign Municipal Equality Index every year since 2013, a distinction that gave the city an ‘All-Star’ status in 2018.     Elected as Atlanta’s mayor […] The post Malik Brown […]

Gay Love Advice: Should I End a Sexless But Otherwise Fine Relationship?

My boyfriend and I were friends for a couple of years (we’re both gay men, he’s 30 and I’m 26), then I stopped joining the military and pursued him. We’ve been boyfriends for two years now. We were both happy and we had sex on a regular basis during the […] The post Gay Love […]

Tom Daley Thinks ‘Growing As a Queer Person is Very Challenging’ As He Reflects On Coming Out Journey

British Olympic diver Tom Daley has revealed that coming out in a YouTube video in 2013 was “one of the scariest things” he’s ever done and that “growing up as a queer person is very challenging.” Speaking to celebrity stylist Andrew Gelwicks for his upcoming book The Queer Advantage: Conversations with […] The post Tom Daley […]

7 New Queer Holiday Movies and TV Shows to Stuff Your Stockings With

Queer people love Christmas, and Hollywood has finally caught on. This year, we’re getting more holiday films featuring LGBTQ characters, storylines, or themes than ever before. Find seven of our picks below, including highly anticipated new titles from Hulu, Netflix, Paramount Network, and more. It’s the most wonderful time of […] The post 7 New […]

11 Gay Movies That Actually Have Happily-Ever-After Endings

Not in the mood for another sad, gay movie? There are a lot of important gay movies that don’t have the happiest endings for gay characters, especially when those movies try to tackle important topics like homophobia or the HIV/AIDS crisis. Still, it can feel a little depressing when you […] The post 11 Gay […]

The Pandemic Doesn’t Have to Cancel Romance: 10 Quarantine Date Ideas

Let’s be real: There are only so many movie nights on the couch before couples start getting bored. Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, people have had to shelve adventurous date ideas, valuing safety over spontaneity. But according to dating experts, there are plenty of ways for couples to have a romantic summer that don’t involve endless Netflix […] The post The Pandemic […]

Joe Biden’s Win Means LGBTQ+ Folks Can See the Sun Again

If you have experienced a tornado, hurricane, or a crippling snowstorm, you know what it’s like the following day. You wake up and look to the skies that only hours earlier were dark, ominous, and dangerous. The morning sky is usually a brilliant blue, barren of clouds; the radiant sun […] The post Joe Biden’s […]

Nevada Voters Turn Same-Sex Marriage Ban Into Legal Protections For Gay Couples

Nevada voters removed the state’s constitutional amendment that banned same-sex marriages to require the state to recognize and perform them. The ban was moot following the Supreme Court ruling in Obergefell v. Hodges that brought marriage equality to the nation. While the state’s inability to declare a winner in the presidential race is causing […] The post Nevada Voters […]

PHOTOS: Out Netflix star Omar Ayuso, a motorcycle, and no clothes

Omar Ayuso is best known for his role as the closeted Omar Shanaa on the Netflix series Elite, but he certainly does not appear to be hiding anything over on his Instagram. The out-gay Spanish actor, 22, is no stranger to posting the occasional (and always tasteful) thirst trap, and his latest finds […] The post PHOTOS: Out […]