In her new book Weightless: Making Space for My Resilient Body and Soul, Evette Dionne takes readers on a personal and political journey that begins with her own health issues and her resultant encounters with fatphobia in the medical establishment.
Queer romcom Bros struggled at the box-office. Are mainstream audiences still not ready?
The relentless global march of Drag Race continues, this time making its most recent stop in the Philippines.
Turning Red is a welcome departure from the usual Pixar fare, sharing familiar Disney tropes from a fresh perspective.
“Porn is the billboard. Cam is the product,” my housemate and porn performer in Las Vegas tells me. She makes most of her money from camming: a form of live streaming, where viewers tip for a sexual performance via webcam. For her, performing in porn films is now more...
For people whose bodies are often the target of public scrutiny, representation in something as simple as a stock photo can be revolutionary.
The screenwriters for Tell it to the Bees wanted to give the film a “sweeping romantic ending”, like Brief Encounter or Dr Zhivago. But they wanted them to have a divided happiness – one of them can have the happiness of staying in the town to have a fulfilling career; and the other can have the future happiness of finding love in a more tolerant place. But they can’t have those two things in the same place and with each other.
Time and time again, women have proven that viewers are interested in the stories they tell.
Actress and trans activist Angelica Ross, the breakout star of the history-making FX series Pose, has been announced as the host of the upcoming 2020 Presidential Candidate Forum on LGBTQ Issues.
Almodóvar’s endlessly self-referential films, though they are able to stand alone, have always gained when viewed in the context of the artist’s life and body of work. Pain and Glory is no exception.
Netflix’s revamp of the classic makeover show Queer Eye, originally called Queer Eye for the Straight Guy, has received rave reviews. In the eight-episode first season, the “Fab Five” — gay men who are experts in grooming, fashion, culture, design and cooking — pile into a new pick-up truck to scour the Atlanta area for lonely and messy men.
The Television Academy just announced the nominees for the 71st Emmy Awards, including several noms for queer folks like Billy Porter, the first openly gay Black man to be nominated for Lead Actor in a Drama.