Best-Kept Boy In the World: Denny Fouts was the most famous male prostitute of 20th century

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

The Ballad of Sexual Dependency

Another look at Nan Goldin's diary of New York City life first published in 1986

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Good Grace

Six things you didn't know about Grace Coddington.

By Alexandria Symonds

Gregory Martin's 'Stories For Boys'

Talking repression, masculinity, and the father-son dynamic with the memoirist, who can now say his gay father's …

By Daniel Tehrani

Beautiful Freaks

Photographer Ralf Obergfell captures the glittering creatures of the night in East London's electro scene.

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Catching Disco Bullets

Gay 007 fan Mark O'Connell discovers that memorabilia has its tragic side

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Catching Up With Molly Ringwald

The actress and writer discusses Justin Vivian Bond as an inspiration for the story 'My Olivia' and the way a parent …

By Shana Naomi Krochmal

Loud, Out, and Personal

Pat Loud, photographer Christopher Makos create a wonderful book in honor of Lance Loud

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Chris Colfer Strikes Us With New Film and Book

Colfer's 'Struck By Lightning' to be released at the end of this year, and in theaters early 2013. Book extension of the …

By Andrew Villagomez

Beth Ditto on Engagement: 'I feel like Dan and Roseanne'

Set to marry fiancée Kristin Ogata next year, the singer and fashion icon has a memoir out, discusses extreme poverty, …

By Jerry Portwood

Israel, Literally

Let these authors—from Amos Oz to Etgar Keret—tell the story

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Catching Up With Emma Donoghue

The acclaimed British author explains how a book put her back in the closet and why she writes about gay and lesbian …

By Emily Drabinski

EXCLUSIVE: First Look At 'Husbands' Comics

Take a dive into the new digital comic series from the hit online sitcom by Jane Espenson and Brad Bell. Exclusive panel …

By Andrew Villagomez

Kobi Israel's Homoerotic Photography

The artist discusses his portraits of Israeli and Cuban men

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What We Learned From 'We Killed'

Marlo Thomas, Phyllis Diller, Maya Rudolph, and Kathy Griffin share comedy secrets

By Mike Berlin

Blind, Lesbian Opera Singer Inspires With Her Story

Blind since birth, mezzo-soprano Laurie Rubin tells her empowering story in memoir 'Do You Dream in Color? Insights From …

By Andrew Villagomez

Becoming Barbra Streisand

Biographer William J. Mann discusses the early years of a young girl from Brooklyn who would become the world’s greatest …

By Jeremy Kinser