Picardi is known for his work as chief content officer at Teen Vogue, where he shifted focus from fashion and celebrity to gender equality and social justice themes, helping bring their traffic from 2 to 12 million unique monthly visitors in two short years. Read more here.
Though it was built in 2001 and even acknowledged by former presidents Gerald Ford, Bill Clinton, George Bush, and Barack Obama, a memorial for LGBTQ war veterans in California has only just been officially recognized by the most arguably liberal state in the country. Read more here.
The review reads: "This should be considered treason against our Nation and our Italian Heritage and against Nature and should be punishable as a crime." Read more here.
"I’d absolutely love to work with Kim on something. We’ll have to figure that out... And I absolute love seeing the rise of other queer artists like Kim and others. It’s almost become cool to be queer which is great." Read more here.
He's also co-hosting the legendary event with Lady Bunny, who originally founded Wigstock (which initially ran from 1985 to 2001). Read more here.
TNT Boys are a musical trio who took on the the Nicki Minaj/Jessie J/Ariana Grande bop, "Bang Bang." And they pulled it off flawlessly in full drag. Read more here.
Season seven finalist, Pearl recently appeared on Hey Qween, where she opened up about her "flazé da" demeanor during the show. Read more here.
“It took me so long to accept myself as a gay person,” Pes said in his Attitude interview. “It took me so long to be able to say, ‘Yeah, I’m gay.’ It took me so long to come to terms with that, and to feel OK with saying it.” Read more here.
After racking up songwriting and producing credits for the likes of Beyonce and Madonna, MNEK is ready to show the world who he is—and it's anything but typical. Read more here.