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5 Times Hunky Disney Princes Got Hot For Each Other (Through Fan Art)

Because Disney has not yet put a major same-sex romance onscreen, it’s no wonder there’s so much gay Disney fan art — here’s five of our favorites!

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How to Safely Shave Down There: Taking the Fear Out of Shaving Your Sensitive Parts

Most men have a shaving horror story. Blame underwear ads, adult entertainment or reruns of Baywatch (Zac Efron version included) — anything that routinely shoves a near-hairless torso in our face — but the fact is from the moment gay guys start growing hair anywhere other than our heads, we’re […]

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Culture
Leading Psychological Association Says ‘Traditional Masculinity’ Harms Boys and Men

The American Psychological Association has officially linked it to aggression, homophobia and misogyny

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Why Did Major U.S. Banks Support a ‘Person of the Year’ Award for Brazil’s Homophobic President?

When one of the gigantic U.S. banks tells you it’s an LGBTQ ally, can you really trust them?

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This California Music Campout Is a Brand-New, Off-the-Grid Queer Music Fest

It often appears as if the United States and the West is under attack — from the right-wing Trump administration, from white supremacist and homophobic factions who denounce diversity and preach hate, from religious and xenophobic intolerance and a media that willfully ignores the truth. It’s easy to feel that […]

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Culture
‘Call Me Mother’: How Drag Mothers Are Raising a New Generation of Queens

This Mother’s Day we’re exploring the concept of drag mothers with two of our favorite queens from two generations of drag

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Photographer Peter Hujar Reveals Gay Nudes, Drag Queens and Queer Weirdos of 1970s NYC

Even if you’ve never heard of Peter Hujar, you’ve probably seen some of his revealing, iconic images of queers living in 1970s New York City

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The Inside Story of the Protest That Legalized Gay Bars in America

The Julius sip-in was one of the earliest queer protests in New York City, and it led to one of the very first court victories for the LGBTQ community

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The Cockettes: Remembering a Legacy of Glitter Beards and Daring Drag

Nearly 50 years since the group’s debut performance, they’re largely responsible for enshrining drag into the legacy of queer culture

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Grappling With Homophobia: A Short, Campy History of 9 Gay Pro-Wrestling Characters

These 9 gay wrestling characters from U.S. pro-wrestling show the sport’s uneasy relationship with homosexuality (although some of them are kinda great)

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