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In this week's issue, we review all the films in the annual LGBTQ festival that we could get our mitts on.
A warm recounting of a band of closeted lesbians in rural '80s Virginia in the documentary "Lesbians of First Friday."
'Blocked,' 'Next Level Shit,' 'Self Worship,' 'Sexpert Advice,' and 'To Be With You'
'After that Party,' 'Home Girl,' 'La Ráfaga (The Gust),' 'Paese che Vai (When in Rome),' and 'Shéár Avery: To Be Continued'
'Heart to Heart,' 'In Orbit,' 'Light on a Path, Follow,' 'Miss Man,' 'netuser,' 'Skin,' and 'Touch'
From drama to comedy to everything in between, we have your definitive critic's guide to Washington's LGBTQ film festival
Hong Khaou's film only offers moments of respite from its drab, aching dullness
Indulging in our "candy crush" on Peppermint, Netflix's Social Distance and revisiting 2003 in pictures.
Director Joe Mantello talks about bringing the recent Broadway revival of the iconic gay classic from the stage to the screen.
The iconic D.C. leather bar, which filed for bankruptcy in June, is auctioning off its tradename and logo.
An interview with Ritchie Torres, who will likely become the first gay Afro-Latino elected to Congress. Plus arts, news, photos, more!
Bright Light x2's 'Greetings from Fun City' features a host of LGBTQ guests, including Brian Sims, Brendan Maclean, KAYE, and Jujubee.
MAL is one of the LGBTQ leather community's oldest, most cherished, and popular annual events.
The stars of Bravo's Backyard Envy, reviews of Antebellum and Bright Lightx2's Fun City, and a look at the DC Shorts Film Festival.
Charting an odyssey of classic gay erotica, from Arthur J. Bressan’s Passing Strangers to Wakefield Poole’s Boys in the Sand.