Queer TV Premiere Guide A handy list of premiere dates for this season's new shows and returning favorites
The 15 Campiest Diva Videos For You To Scream Over From Bette Davis to Britney, plus Cher, Diana, Barbra (and so many more)!
Sign of the Times: A Menswear Revolution The questions of power, sexuality and gender being raised by men’s fashion right now are far more interesting than whether guys will actually wear skirts or off-the-shoulder shirts.
James F*****G McAvoy The Scottish actor kicked the door open to fame. If you don’t love him, that’s your loss.
Whipping Girl Showrunner Jill Soloway and her lesbian sister Faith are making television history with Transparent, Amazon’s new game-changing show.
The Wedding Guide
When VH1 shot its Top 100 Teen Stars special, the network didn't expect to be the forum for a coming out. But for Glenn Scarpelli, who spent the early '80s playing Alex on the CBS hit One Day at a Time, this was an opportunity he couldn't pass up. After all, like the theme song says, 'This is it! This is life / the one you get / so go and have a ball!' Scarpelli did just that, leaving acting shortly after One Day at a Time left the air in order to live his life as a gay man.February 12 2006 8:00 PM
EDITOR'S NOTE: We do not think all gay people are better than all straight people. We, in fact, do not think all gay people are anything. (Or all straight people, for that matter.) These are just some general observations. So please, lighten up. 1) When we have kids it's because we really want them.February 09 2006 8:00 PM
Why was it important to you to make a collection of your videos on DVD? Rhino approached me and I started to watch [the videos]. I realized that with sonic technology the way it is now, we could really present something that I would want to watch. So I decided to sort of pick up the gauntlet that was laid down, and try and present something that I thought would be a contemporary collection of the different archetypes that I've tried to carry and hold for the last many, many years.February 07 2006 8:00 PM
This year's Oscar noms singled out several outstanding thespians who played gay. Shockingly, none of them are gay, and all of them can successfully play heterosexuals too. It's called'acting! Heath Ledger, nominated for his portrayal of a tight-lipped, repressed man-lover in Brokeback Mountain, plays a perpetually unzipped lover of women in the title role in Casanova. Jake Gyllenhaal also got his Oscar nod for Brokeback, but was a (hetero) lovestruck lad in Moonlight Mile and a stargazing teenager in October Sky.February 02 2006 8:00 PM