Tom of Finland's Early Works on Display in L.A.

A new solo exhibit in Los Angeles displays the artist's early erotic works

Frank Langella Was a Happy Slut

His memoir, 'Dropped Names,' paints him as a man who turned on the ladies—and the men

By Jerry Portwood

Embracing the Strange: Queer New York International Arts Festival

A provocative new event aims to challenge what it means to be 'queer'

By Peter Frost

Yep, He's Gay!

Earth-Two's Green Lantern Alan Scott officially gay in DC Comics universe. Now get over it.

By Jerry Portwood

Devil Wears Prada: The Sequel?

Sources say that the author is working on a sequel to her wildly popular novel

By Diego James

Will Green Lantern Be the New Gay DC Character?

Sources say Green Lantern Alan Scott likely to come out. Of course, his weakness is 'wood.'

By Jerry Portwood

Hot List 2012: Alex Dimitrov

The socially connected scribe might be poetry's next great gay hope.

By Adam Rathe

Hot List 2012: Zackary Drucker & Rhys Ernst

The couple that plays together stays together -- and exhibits their artwork, too.

By Mike Berlin

FIRST LOOK: The Watchmen Cover, 'Ozymandias #2'

An exclusive reveal of the 'Ozymandias #2' cover by Jae Lee

By Editors

Renowned Children's Author Maurice Sendak Has Died at the Age of 83

The openly gay author and illustrator was most famous for 'Where the Wild Things Are'

By Jerry Portwood

Queer Writers Pen Letters to Themselves in 'The Letter Q'

New book addresses bullying and suicide by having successful queers describe how it got better

By Joshua Gardner

Brett Easton Ellis Turns to Kickstarter

The 'Less Than Zero' author and Paul Schrader are using crowdsourcing to finance their indie movie 'The Canyons'

By Jerry Portwood

'Art21' Spotlights David Altmejd & assume vivid astro focus

New season of the popular PBS 'Art in the 21st Century' program includes two great gay artists as subjects

By Jerry Portwood

Two Men Talking: Edmund White & John Irving

Friends for decades, the iconic (and virile) authors talk frankly about sex, identity, and storytelling.

By Edmund White and John Irving

Interview and Slideshow: Jeremy Kost's Exhibition, 'Of An Instance'

The photographer talks about his latest show, which opens Friday, May 4, in New York City.

By Max Berlinger

Ryan McGinley Looks at Animals Instead of Boys

The photographer's latest exhibit at Team Gallery includes a colorful array of exotic creatures big and small

By Jerry Portwood

Slideshow: Jeremy Kost, 'Of An Instance'

A mix of archival imagery and new works will be shown in the artist’s latest show, presented in partnership with Hugo …

By Editors