GIFs: Tumblr It felt like this year, more than any in the past, gay, lesbian, bisexual, trans, and queer audiences had a lot more options to choose from when it came to finding characters (and queer-t...
MTV, ABC Family and HBO officials have an extra special reason to celebrate today, as the three networks received "Excellent" ratings on GLAAD's Network Responsibility Index. Now in its eighth year, the Network Responsibility Index rates...
It's "The Golden Girls" meets "Murder, She Wrote" with big, gay, hairy men! (aka " ;Bears") The award-winning web series is BACK and better than ever having launched an incredibly successful Kickstarter campaign!
Cinema Queer International Film Festival is the largest queer film festival in Sweden. It was founded by Oscar Eriksson and Melissa Lindgren who has worked in culture for a number of years in different projects.
Something Like Summer is Blue Seraph Productions’ third feature project, following our second film, The Dark Place (in wide release on December 2!), and our critically and commercially successful debut, Judas Kiss.
Movies and popular culture have an indelible impact on developing mindsets. The significance can even be more profound when you identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT), given that representation of the community in Hollywood is still limited.
The family that gays together stays together! Come revel in the raunchy wisdom they pass along to their two gay sons. TS Slaughter's second feature... The Gays, directed by T.S. Slaughter and starring Chris Tanner (Bob Gay-Paris) and Frank Holliday (Rod Gay), is about the nuclear gay family, their interactions
It’s become a common thing to be out in a bar or club and see guys perusing their social hook up apps, but a new short film about trying to make a connection in the 21st century dares to ask the question, “Do you really know who you’re talking to?”
Welcome back to Ask a Homo, a judgment-free zone where the gays of Outward answer questions about LGBTQ politics, culture, etiquette, language, and other queer conundrums. Aside from discovering a nascent love of both men and New York City in the movie version of Rent, my personal affiliation with musical theater is pretty weak. But there are plenty of gay men whotruly adore Broadway. This week, we explore the history and motivations of that great gay archetype, the musical theater queen.