Heartstopper depicts queer joy. Here’s why that can bring about complicated feelings for those in the Queer community.
Few artists have straddled the boundaries between acclaim, controversy and public affection as effectively as Sinéad O’Connor.
Owen Lach’s Jack’s Ever After: Another Modern Queer Fairy Tale shines with nuanced characters, poignant storytelling, and a heartfelt exploration of the challenges that threaten a happily ever after.
Elliot Page’s Pageboy is a courageous and illuminating memoir that shares Page’s personal story and contributes to the broader discourse on gender and identity.
Rita Chang-Eppig’s Deep as the Sky, Red as the Sea examines the intricate dynamics of gender roles and womanhood in the context of a historical Chinese pirate story.
Robbie Couch’s If I See You Again Tomorrow is a heartfelt and relatable story reflecting themes of social isolation and loneliness.
Lessa Kanani’opua Pelayo-Lozada, president of the American Library Association, discussed a year of unprecedented book bans
Elvin James Mensah’s Small Joys is a poignant chronicle of friendship, mental illness, and the power of human connection.
States attempting to ban drag performances are likely to encounter legal challenges.
Jonny Garza Villa’s Ander & Santi Were Here is a powerful love story that will leave you swooning and thinking about the meaning of home.
The show’s episode about an older gay couple’s love in a dire setting brought back memories of commitment and heartbreaking loss in a time when much of society was unable — or unwilling — to help.
Non-binary singer Sam Smith has caused waves with the release of their music video for I’m Not Here to Make Friends, a triumphantly queer declaration of joy and confidence.