The Gay Gospel: advice for millenials & everywhere else

Justin Luke Zirilli’s self-help book is for gay millennials but has advice everyone should read

Robbie Rogers Showers With Guys—Get Over It

Always charming, the soccer player proves that gay men can be happy, healthy, and funny with his inspirational book, …

By Jerry Portwood

Bikershot: Biker Culture Through Portraits

Photographer Cedric Lefebvre delves into a subculture that balances individualism with a strong tribal affiliation …

By Jerry Portwood

Inside the Leather Jacket

Photographer Cedric Lefebvre explores biker culture through intimate portraits

By Jerry Portwood

Out100 Where Are They Now: Brent Calderwood

The writer and activist discusses the present state of poetry, the need for naughtiness, and unicorns.

By James McDonald

Sam Wagstaff: The Man Who Made Mapplethorpe

And forever changed the art world

By Jerry Portwood

Men of the Outback

Paul Freeman's series of photo books of extraordinarily beautiful men in the Australian Outback has a new edition: …

By Out Contributor

Years Yet Yesterday: An Artistic Reflection On A Decade of AIDS

An artist series commemorates Larry Kramer’s 'The Tragedy of Today’s Gays' 10 years later

By James McDonald

Mark Addison Smith: Years Yet Yesterday

The artist used extracts from a Larry Kramer speech to create an illustrated alphabet that examines his words in …

By James McDonald

Gays in the Military

Vincent Cianni photographed 100 gay and lesbian U.S. military veterans and active-duty service members for this series …

By Jerry Portwood

Keith Haring: The Political Line

The de Young exhibit in San Francisco highlights the artist's AIDS activism

By Michelle Ehrhardt

Two Artists Kiss in the Buff on London Bridge

Artists Dan Colen and Kalup Linzy shake up the narrative of romance

By Julien Sauvalle

The Best-Kept Boy In the World

Denny Fouts, the most famous male prostitute of the 20th century, had Truman Capote, Gore Vidal, and many others

By Arthur Vanderbilt

The Surrealist Storyteller of The North

Popular surrealist storyteller (and friend of Björk), Sjón has created the gayest book in Iceland

By Jerry Portwood

Visiting the Lonely Genius

For a man so timid he practically implores you to whisper, artist and musician Páll Guðmundsson is a wellspring of …

By Out.com Editors

Queering the Sagas

Iceland’s sagas are so well stocked with powerful, stoic women, you can’t swing a magic hammer without hitting one. …

By Matthew Breen

Why We Need a Gay Titan—of Industry

In his book The Glass Closet: Why Coming Out is Good Business, John Browne, the former CEO of BP, says we're missing the …

By Jerry Portwood

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