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'Freed,' 'The Act,' 'The House of Mariana y Gabriel,' and 'Wedlocked'
'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'
'2 Black Boys,' 'Cuban Heel Shoes,' 'Flux.1,' 'I Am Samantha,' 'In This Life,' 'Inferno,' and 'Lipstick and Leather'
'2 Dollars,' 'Mirada (Gaze),' and 'The Binding of Itzik'
'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
Olivia Peace offers a tepid feature-length film debut
Peppermint stands up for the Black trans community and opens up about past relationships on her new album
Since directing "The Boys in the Band," Joe Mantello sees Mart Crowley’s landmark gay play in a whole new light
In November, Ritchie Torres will likely become the first gay Afro-Latino elected to Congress. He knows firsthand the stakes for democracy couldn’t be higher.
The Manscapers have turned LGBTQ-focused garden makeovers into a coast-to-coast gardening franchise
Charting an odyssey of classic gay erotica, from Arthur J. Bressan Jr.'s "Passing Strangers" to Wakefield Poole's "Boys in the Sand."
Mondaire Jones, an openly gay New Yorker likely to win a seat in Congress, is one of the Democratic Party's newest rising stars