Why Do We Love Our Dogs? Benoit Denizet-Lewis On Traveling With Casey, Bisexuals & More

Benoit Denizet-Lewis on traveling with his dog Casey, the bisexual controversy, and why James Franco is making a ...

From a Revolution Come Revolutionaries

Michael Nava, Ramón Novarro, and a literary breakdown of ethnic and sexual barriers

By Rigoberto González

Judith Frank's All I Love and Know Is a Must-Read

After reading this book, you may be changed forever

By Emily Drabinski

Rafael de Cárdenas Creates Nightclub Inside Museum of Arts & Design

The architect and designer's installation is featured in the NYC Makers biennial

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She Showed Us Hers

Joan Rivers shares some of her favorite moments from her raucous new book

By Out.com Editors

Drag Divas

These queens serve up their best Cher, Liza, Madonna and Marilyn

By Stacy Lambe

Art in the Pines: Harol Baez

The Madison’s art series continues with provocative photography in Fire Island Pines

By Out.com Editors

Betsy Ross Comes Out to a Psychic

'I am gay and I fly the flag of pride and liberty for all of us,' the patriotic figure tells a psychic

By Kate Walter

The Thrill of the Chase

We may have to wait a while for a gay Bond, but several lauded — and best-selling — thrillers show how fast genre …

By Aaron Hicklin

The Erogenous Art of Maurice Vellekoop

As part of Manchester Pride Fringe, illustrations, underground comics, and contemporary erotica by Maurice Vellekoop …

By Out.com Editors

Bruce Weber's Love Letter To Detroit

Bruce Weber captures the beauty of Detroit and its residents in a new exhibition

By Julien Sauvalle

Delayed Gratification

Photographer Benjamin Fredrickson explores the humanity buried behind contemporary hookup culture

By Lauren Elise Van

Benjamin Fredrickson: Photography

'There is no veil of perfection to place on a subject. Perfection is the subject themselves. Without exploiting …

By Jerry Portwood

New York Photographer Shares Same-Sex Love

Goran Veljic’s first exhibition, New York: Same-Sex Marriages, shines a spotlight on weddings he's witnessed …

By Chase Houle

What It Means To Be Seen: A Visual History of the Queer Community

A new exhibition documents the (mis)representation of queerness through photography

By Julien Sauvalle

PREVIEW What It Means To Be Seen: Photography And Queer Visibility

A new photo exhibition on the queer community opens at the Ryerson Image Center in Toronto

By Out.com Editors

Art in the Pines

Fire Island Pines shakes up the scene with a new art series at The Madison.

By Matthew Breen

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