In a new essay for the New York Times, Justin Rose writes how the Marine Corps didn’t believe him when he said he was sexually assaulted
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The NYT’s transphobic review of ‘Head Over Heels’ by Ben Brantley is an embarassment, but Queer Twitter wasn’t having any of his misgendering nonsense
In a new essay in the New York Times’ style pages, this was declared the age of the twink — but is the Times right about that?
In a new magazine feature, six queer journalists revisit the paper’s HIV coverage, discussing the ignorant ways in which it once covered the topic
‘The New York Times’ ran its first ever television ad during the Oscars Sunday night and everyone is talking about it today
A Wikileaks document-dump reveals that Hillary has some thoughts on queer people her campaign isn’t quite ready to share with the world. But share we must.
Brazzaville and Kinshasa are two of the world’s poorest cities, and their colorful style of dapper Congolese fashion is drawing international attention.
One day after Mimi opened her big new production in Vegas, the NY Times published one of the most deliciously scathing reviews in memory.
I PICKED up my jangling cellphone one recent Saturday to hear the elated voice of Zachary, my longtime buddy and college classmate. “I just proposed to Caroline,” Zach announced, inviting me to the wedding and angling to plot logistics. “So when are you flying in?” “Oh, I’m not coming to […]
In a surprising twist, the majority of the cash coming in to support the legalization of gay marriage in New York is coming from a group of conservative, wealthy donors to the Republican Party! You read that right: some of the GOP’s most visible and deep-pocketed donors are supporting gay […]
Gay blog readers couldn’t believe their eyes last week after the sponsors of California’s same-sex marriage ban filed to have Judge Vaughn Walker’s decision that Proposition 8 is unconstitutional overturned. Why? Because he maybe one day might potentially wish to marry his same-sex partner in California, maybe. We weren’t having […]
Manning Marable’s new biography about the controversial civil rights leader, Malcolm X: A Life of Reinvention, raises new questions about the authenticity of previous biographical works that may have whitewashed Malcolm’s homosexuality or bisexuality. Marable’s assertion that Malcolm was gay is hardly the first, but it may be the first […]