Ray Donovans’s Sheryl Lee Ralph On What Made Sylvester a Disco Legend

With a new musical, we ponder why he still makes us want to funk

Queer Fall Flicks

Save Me Long in distribution limbo, Robert Cary's (Ira and Abby) heartfelt and nuanced film smartly eschews the typical …

By Justin Ocean

Not So Little Britain

Little Britain is the funniest TV show in the world. It's sort of a fake documentary about life in England. It is …

By Aaron Hicklin

Lumberjacks, Soldiers and Delivery Men, Oh My!

When John Bartlett started designing clothing in 1992, so many men were still wrapped up in the threadbare clutches of …

By Anthony Del Tufo

The 100 Greatest, Gayest Albums Contributors

Jesse Archer Joey Arias Athens Boys Choir The Ballet Jackie Beat Andrew Belonsky Declan Bennett Nate Berkus Nils …

By Out.com Editors

This Wheeldon's Fire

Christopher Wheeldon wields a lot of power in the world of ballet. Happily, as the former soloist and resident …

By Joshua David Stein

The Gay Agenda

Tuesday, September 2: The much anticipated update of '90s pop-culture phenomenon Beverly Hills, 90210 premieres tonight …

By Joseph Hassan

Jumping The Snark

It appears we've lost another cherished gay tradition to the straight mainstream. Like plucked eyebrows on men, …

By Josh Kilmer-Purcell

Live To Tell-All

Christopher Ciccone spent most of the last 47 years following his big sister Madonna around the world and pitching in …

By Noah Michelson

Office Drama

At the 2006 DVD release party for 9 to 5, Dolly Parton performed the film's Oscar-nominated theme song. She started by …

By Eddie Shaprio

Fall Mo' Shows

The Third Story: Charles Busch's latest adds another tough-talking dame to his canon, the kind of role Joan Crawford …

By Eddie Shaprio

Five Questions For Rue McClanahan

The perfect sex song? 'Climb Ev'ry Mountain' Your vision of hell? Having to listen to Hillary Clinton talk ever …

By Out.com Editors

Days of Summer

Monday, August 25: Still haven't made the time to see Spring Awakening? We're concerned.


Queer Fall Reads

Dumbfounded by Matt Rothschild. Left by his mother to be raised by a flamboyant grandmother and her stern husband, …

By Emily Drabinski

Back To School

When Beverly Hills, 90210 debuted in 1990, it was two parts Aaron Spelling soap opera and one part after-school special …

By Shana Naomi Krochmal

Fall Nelly Telly

The Cho Show Her 1994'1995 sitcom, All-American Girl, ended in personal disaster, but Margaret Cho's latest foray into …

By Jason Lamphier

When Divas Attack

Not since the immortal film King Kong vs. Godzilla has there been such a fierce battle of imposing creatures swatting …

By Michael Musto