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.
What HBO’s “The Last of Us” Meant For an AIDS Crisis Survivor
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.
Queerphobia and Fatphobia in Criticism of Sam Smith
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.
Review: Hijab Butch Blues
Lamya H’s Hijab Butch Blues is a powerful and life-affirming story of coming-of-age and self-discovery.
I Wanna Dance With Somebody: A Fleeting Glimpse of Queer Black Joy
I Wanna Dance with Somebody charts the life of global superstar Whitney Houston in an epic narrative of talent and struggle.
Review: Broken Valley
Owen Lach’s Broken Valley is a captivating queer science fiction tale that blends clever world-building, breathless action, and thoughtful, compelling relationships.
Review: Ocean’s Echo
Everina Maxwell’s Ocean’s Echo is an entertaining, high-stakes space opera and heartfelt romance.
Review: The Pledge
Cale Dietrich’s The Pledge is a fun, gay-themed diversion from the typical slasher story.
Bros and the Trials of the Queer Romcom
Queer romcom Bros struggled at the box-office. Are mainstream audiences still not ready?
Review: The Sunbearer Trials
The Sunbearer Trials is a rollicking, Mexican-inspired fantasy adventure filled with delightful characters and compelling questions of identity and privilege.
Despite Bans, Queer YA Books Are Still Selling Well
Diversity and creativity in queer young adult books is thriving.
A Fresh Face For Drag Race In the Philippines
The relentless global march of Drag Race continues, this time making its most recent stop in the Philippines.