Gregg Araki On His New Movie & Being Gay In Hollywood Also: Ebola Vs. AIDS: My, Things Have Changed!
E Pluribus Kiesza ‘Hideaway’ singer Kiesza draws from an array of inspirations and life experiences to become music’s hottest up-and-comer.
Opera Singer Aubrey Allicock Stars In The Death of Klinghoffer In the Metropolitan Opera staging, the gay baritone plays Mahmoud, a Palestinian terrorist. Allicock tackles the controversy surrounding the production—and explains why everybody should see it.
What Happens When Love is Witnessed On Stage? One of the world's most vital theater directors, Ivo van Hove is interested in a unifying theme: love. Next up? Angels in America.
Alexander Wang Launches H&M Collab With a Bang (And Missy Elliott!) The new guest designer of H&M brings out the stars to Washington Heights
Model Watch: Shaun Ross In Underwear For Marshal Apparel The albino model channels his dance background in a new campaign
The Gospel According to Benedict Poised to make Alan Turing his own, Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch is no stranger to sexual politics and bullying. And he’ll take on all comers.
The Wedding Guide
We've all had our crazy experiences, whether we remember them or not. So as 2006 takes its leave of us, we want to know what would be the worst way to start 2007. Where would you not want to wake up in the wee hours of January 1? Click here to vote!8:00 PM
This month, we asked nine leading gay literati to pick their favorite queer reads that they'd like to see more people pick up. They range from the clearly queer (The Last of the Wine by Mary Renault) to the gay adjacent (Death Comes for the Archbishop by Willa Cather). What's your favorite neglected queer classic? Send in your comments and let us know.December 19 2006 8:00 PM