When we describe queer identity as niche or marginal, we’re capitulating to the idea that our lives are less central, and therefore less valid.
Number 45 Gets a Number Two
After a long absence, the singer is hitting the new year running with a Broadway role, a memoir, and his first solo album.
OUT Editor in Chief Aaron Hicklin reflects on his "Elio moment," homophobia, and love without caveat.
When Andrew Logan met Walton on Fire Island, it was kismet.
“When I met Erik I took the greatest exhale of my life because I knew that I was going to escape having the ultimate fear of a gay man who grew up in the ’70s and ’80s.”