“It’s my pleasure to do what I can to make sure he feels good, feels seen and feels loved.”
"I really like to play with the tension of the fact that we're animals who also have to interact in society."
The Neon Trees frontman has struck out on his own—and abandoned the Mormon Church that condemns him.
For Laverne Cox, taking on a remake of The Rocky Horror Picture Show meant taking on her toughest critics.
The Broadway couple discusses how their hearts are filled with two great loves: a love for their art and a love for each other.
From Regency England to 1920s Harlem to Miss Piggy, gay vernacular has given voice to homosexual identity and desire in a hostile world. In some parts, it still does.
Instagram has given rise to its own breed of pseudo-celebrity.