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“He calmly told me that when we heard the air raid siren, we would have 90 seconds to make our way to the bomb shelter. He asked me if I understood. I lied.”
Not all superheroes wear capes. Some have rainbow-hued lab coats instead.
"I quickly realized that as a teen, there would be elements of my gender transition that were fully beyond my control."
“Maybe being gay — something I’d always, on some level, known about myself — wasn’t as wrong, bad and shameful as I’d taught at home.”
"I had become resigned to living the rest of my life as if it belonged to someone I emailed with a few times but never actually met."
Showtime's new political thriller has been praised for boasting "erotic depictions of same-sex sex" and is due out Oct. 29.
In “Earthquake,” the New York-based singer canoodles with actor Barrett Foa while relaying a message of self-empowerment through aquatic dance.
"It has been habitual, since I left the enclave, my careful shuttering of myself."
"How had I missed such obvious, significant parts of the people who were closest to me?"
The first same-sex dating show premiered on Bravo 20 years ago — and it illuminated an obstacle that queer reality shows still face today.
Comedian and singer Angel Laketa Moore speaks on the *ahem* fluidity of her viral hit.
Most adults find new friends at work. For LGBTQ+ people, though, it’s a little harder — and a lot more expensive.