"Erotic art engages the imagination; it teases and seduces the viewer with all manner of mystery."
For more than three decades, queer writing has helped illuminate the devastation and impact of the disease on our community. Here are Richard Canning's favorites.
For our 21st OUT100, the president became the first commander in chief to appear on the cover of an LGBTQ magazine.
Star Armie Hammer, director Luca Guadagnino & novelist André Aciman on Call Me by Your Name's passionate road to the screen.
Writers Michael Cunningham & Alan Hollinghurst thrust the gay experience into the literary spotlight.
Immortalized by Carrie Bradshaw and Co., the cosmopolitan is ripe for a comeback.
This sought-after Belgian has strutted past roadblocks and brought into focus the sixth—and least discussed—letter in the LGBTQI acronym.