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As the Executive Director of the National Black Justice Coalition, David J. Johns tirelessly promotes social change.
Pose's Dyllón Burnside is showcasing his authentic truth and highlighting LGBTQ narratives in the digital series "PRIDELAND"
With new music, TV projects, and a movie, the post-"Kimmy Schmidt" future is looking brighter-than-ever for Tituss Burgess.
On the FX vampire hit "What We Do in the Shadows," the gifted queer actor sinks his (wannabe) fangs into the art of deadpan
Raven-Symoné is thrilled to let down her rainbow braids and just be herself
As Metro Weekly turns 26, we celebrate our photographer Todd Franson, who has helped to create and define the award-winning LGBTQ magazine's very essence.
Bright Light x2 celebrates the LGBTQ community, one fabulous track at a time
The Drag Race stars are on a nationwide mission to spread the healing power of drag, one town at a time in "We're Here"
'We're Here' creators Johnnie Ingram and Stephen Warren bring a reality genre to vibrant, dramatic new life
The finalists in APO's third annual NextGen competition have plenty to say about music, song, and life during quarantine
The FDA has reduced its celibacy requirement for gay men wishing to donate blood. Critics say it still discriminates.
Casa Ruby's founder isn't backing down from the challenges posed by the coronavirus. Instead, Ruby Corado is facing it head-on
As COVID-19 takes hold in America, we asked the LGBTQ community how they're coping
As the COVID-19 pandemic hits hard, the industry shuts its doors to help combat the spread
The spring and summer movies you need to see -- and a few you should definitely avoid.