Oscar Wilde News and Stories

Stimulate Your Brain With 10 of the Best Sex Museums Around the World

Considering that the sex museums in Paris, Mumbai and Berlin no longer exist, here’s 10 others for some intellectual (and erotic) stimulation.

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Call Me Back, Please: 10 Voicemails From the Mothers of Our Favorite LGBTQ Icons

We dipped into the annals of queer history to discover messages from mothers of LGBTQ icons who found themselves sent to voicemail

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Is ‘How to Get Away With Murder’ Character Connor Walsh a Modern-Day Dorian Gray?

Connor Walsh, of the hit ABC program ‘How to Get Away With Murder,’ illustrates the ultimate horrors of hedonism, much like Oscar Wilde’s classic character

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Next Month, These Two Men Will Turn a Manhattan Church Into ‘The Oscar Wilde Temple’

For two months, David McDermott and Peter McGough will transform a Manhattan chapel into The Oscar Wilde Temple to honor his struggles against queerphobia

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The Amazing Story of Karl Heinrich Ulrichs and the Birth of Queer Activism

The modern struggle for queer liberation didn’t begin with Stonewall in the 1960s, but 150 years ago with Karl Heinrich Ulrichs

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Our 10 Favorite Works From Tate Britain’s Brilliant ‘Queer British Art’ Exhibit

‘Queer British Art,’ the new exhibition at London’s Tate Britain, celebrates the 50 years since the UK decriminalization of homosexuality through art

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Walt Whitman’s Anonymous Novel, Thought to Be Lost Forever, Will Return to Print

Walt Whitman lost novel has been published online and in print — and it’s super duper gay; Whitman is even thought to have boned Oscar Wilde!

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