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 ...

Brilliant, Damaged and Damaging

In a new biography, Valerie Solanas — radical writer and Andy Warhol’s would-be killer — is given the fair shake she …

By G. Andrew Collins

Truman's Book Club: 'The Hippest Trip in America: Soul Train and the Evolution of Culture and Style'

How black gays influenced the 'Soul Train' cultural revolution

By Les Fabian Brathwaite

Should Chris Hemsworth or Stephen Amell Portray Lestat on the Big Screen?

Anne Rice shares her thoughts...

By Patrick Yacco

Don't Judge a Book Signing Benefits Lifeworks

The book event for Don't Judge a Book will benefit Lifeworks, a program of the Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Center. …

By Matthew Breen

A Gay Ol' Tour of the 2014 Whitney Biennial

From Gary Indiana to Bjarne Melgaard, our guy takes a stroll through the last exhibit to take place at the museum's …

By John Hutt

Lestat Returns In Anne Rice's Upcoming Novel, Prince Lestat

The book is going to be the “true sequel” to 'Queen of the Damned.'

By Alex Panisch

The Lammys Showcase The Best Of Queer Lit

Here’s a brief overview of some of the categories

By Alex Panisch

Gay Propaganda Brings Russian Love Stories to Light

With 10,000 copies downloaded, a collection of love stories strengthens the LGBT voice in Russia

By Connor Durkin

Slideshow: Michelangelo's Hard Bodies

The Renaissance artist leaves us wanting more

By Out.com Editors

Ross Mathews: The Kwan and Only

The talk show host recounts the time he watched (and later met) his figure skating idol at the 2002 Winter Olympics …

By Out Contributor

Today in Gay History: Dreamboat Duncan Grant

Happy birthday to a handsome Scottish artist whose influence is still felt today.

By Andrew Belonsky

Duncan Grant

Exploring the post-impressionist Scottish artist's impact on art history.

By Out.com Editors

Queer Threads

The latest exhibition at Leslie-Lohman Museum explores the idea of crafting a community through thread-based materials, …

By Out Contributor

The End of Tales of the City

After nearly 40 years, Armistead Maupin is saying goodbye to the Barbary Lane crew

By Emily Drabinski

War Without End

In a new memoir, Sean Strub — the founding editor of POZ — recalls his time in the forefront in the fight against AIDS. …

By Shana Naomi Krochmal

Why Gore Vidal Refused to Identify as Gay

'Trying to make categories is very American, very stupid, and very dangerous.' Gore Vidal’s refusal to identify as gay …

By Tim Teeman