Author: Zan Christensen
Discreet guys are pretty common on gay apps, for a multitude of reasons, but shaming isn’t how we should respond to closeted or confused men
Forget Twilight and Ghost! “The Other Side” has some supernatural romance that’ll get your queer hearts racing. C’mon and take a haunted walk with us!
The new comics anthology Alphabet collects 52 different LGBTQ cartoonists in 350 pages. We sit down with Tara Madison Avery, a co-editor of the book.
The comic “Oh Joy Sex Toy” has info about sexual toys, techniques, positions and health matters — all presented with a variety of genders, races and bodies!
Jeinu’s webcomic Trial of the Sun is a fantasy adventure populated heavily with people of color and a trans lead whose identity is culturally recognized and even celebrated!
Apple has blocked “Hard to Swallow” a collection of gay sexual comics, preventing artists from reaching adult readers who should decide for themselves.
Underground comics have a very queer history; Zan Christensen sits down with Justin Hall, comics historian and author of ‘No Straight Lines,’ to find out all about it.
Robin Hood is actually a person rooted in historical fact, but he and his “Merry Men” might have been sexual outlaws.
In our first-ever INQ Podcast, we speak with autobiographical graphic novelist MariNaomi about how to tell your own story without hurting others (too much).
When you’re an astronaut dating a person on Earth, your perception of reality can be literal light years apart. “Relativity” explores how to cope…