WATCH: Ermenegildo Zegna Presents A Rose Reborn, Director's Cut Creative director Stefano Pilati and film director Park Chan-wook team up on a short film for Zegna
The Kids We Never Dreamed Of Photographer M. Sharkey’s Queer Kids exhibition shows a powerful self-awareness in today's youth
From The Runway: 2(X)IST Spring/Summer 2015 All the looks from the new 2(X)IST collection (plus some bonus behind-the-scenes shots!)
Murphy's Muse: Finn Wittrock The American Horror Story star opens up about joining Ryan Murphy’s world and stealing scenes from Jessica Lange.
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.
A Different Kind of Musical
The new Sting production, The Last Ship, is a reflection on the singer’s past and a study of working-class woes.
Sea Change Bottega Veneta’s 2014/2015 cruise collection features the ideal blend of confident elegance and casual ease.
The Wedding Guide
French writer-director Fran'ois Ozon has worked with an enviable list of actresses: Catherine Deneuve in 8 Women, Charlotte Rampling in both Under the Sand and Swimming Pool, and in his latest film, Time to Leave, the legendary Jeanne Moreau. 'They are very clever and witty and know many things about life. You can learn a lot from them,' he says, noting that his fascination with telling stories with strong female characters 'comes from the dreams I had about Vivien Leigh when I was young. It's easier to do portraits of women.'July 11 2006 8:00 PM
Brazilian and Japanese astronauts have achieved liftoff but as far as we know the LGBT community hasn't launched anyone into orbit. Out believes that NASA should rectify this omission because you don't need a Hubble Space Telescope to see the benefits of having the gays in outer space. 1. 'First Contact' will be made when a queer astronaut asks 'How big's your pocket rocket?' and an extraterrestrial answers 'Which one?' 2. Earth is saved from alien invasion because the gays don't trust Martians after they claim not to have any current shirtless pics.July 10 2006 8:00 PM
In St. Maarten, early in the morning of Thursday, April 6, a young islander screamed 'Faggots!' and, brandishing a tire iron, smashed the skulls of two gay men from New York City. The Caribbean island of St. Martin has two sides.July 09 2006 8:00 PM
Tight yellow tunic, broad chest, and a slightly manic, hungry look in his eye: There's little argument that Star Trek's Captain Kirk cut a dashing figure, at least by the TV standards of 1966. Yet despite Kirk's legendary status as the most capable ladies' man in space, adept at wooing and bedding both human and alien females, Battlestar Galactica's resident sexpot, Jamie Bamber (Lee 'Apollo' Adama), has already seen more bedspring action than Kirk got in the full run of his show.July 05 2006 8:00 PM
Snugger and more shapely than boxers and more masculine than the truly horrible thong, today's tighty whiteys can be tighty-color-you-choose, a great safeguard against gray-underpants syndrome. Fashion, of course, is famously circular, but this is one comeback that, like Clinton, we plan to hang on to long after the fact. Click on the numbers below to view the brief collection.July 05 2006 8:00 PM
Fred and Associates, a New York arts project space, presents an exhibition of Cass Bird's photographic series 'Utopia' (2005). Along with five friends, including J.D. Samson of the band LeTigre, Bird traveled through the southeastern U.S. in a rented RV to document the RV parks and private campsites that have long intrigued and attracted gay and lesbian travelers. Bird's images of floating lazily down a river of a Georgian women's retreat, splashing in a pool in a Texas gay men's ranch, and other places are showing in an exhibition at Fred and Associates, 611 Broadway, Suite 525.July 02 2006 8:00 PM