- The Magazine
In this week's issue, we review all the films in the annual LGBTQ festival that we could get our mitts on.
A gay couple steps into a new home and a paranoid nightmare in Shudder’s effectively creepy Spiral.
"Residue," "The Way I See It" and "All In" comprise a trio of newly released films well worth everyone's viewing time.
Charting an odyssey of classic gay erotica, from Arthur J. Bressan’s Passing Strangers to Wakefield Poole’s Boys in the Sand.
Transgender representation is nonexistent, while lesbian and bisexual representation has decreased
Hallmark's parent company said it is "committed to creating a Hallmark experience where everyone feels welcome"
Shane Co. analyzed Americans' search histories, and found one film trumped all others in popularity
Laverne Cox on the Netflix documentary Disclosure, the trials of dating, and why she’s (begrudgingly) voting for Joe Biden.
Every film at this year's Reel Affirmations reviewed!
GLAAD's Studio Responsibility Index found that LGBTQ characters in major studio releases plummeted between 2016 and 2017
Nick Robinson is the latest young Hollywood actor to pour his heart and soul into an LGBTQ role.
Vibrant and outspoken, original Wonder Woman Lynda Carter returns to the Kennedy Center to perform songs from her new album.
These five lucky winners will each get 4 passes to Landmark Theatres!
The African-American women in Black Panther, finally, at long last, utterly obliterate the Hollywood construct.
"Call Me By Your Name" director Luca Guadagnino, screenwriter James Ivory, and costar Michael Stuhlbarg on making the ultimate gay romance.