Remembering Dick Richards, the Atlanta Public Access Genius Behind RuPaul and Countless Other Queer Artists
Keira Knightley’s Colette Takes a Provocative Approach to LGBTQ History
How Being a Queer Ally Helped Me Better Understand My Disability
RuPaul’s Drag Race Won Its First Emmy for Reality Series. RuPaul Seriously Wasted the Moment.
How HBO’s The Deuce Re-Created 1970s New York, a Brief Golden Era for Gay Men
Brown’s Anti-Trans Study Mischaracterized a Real Condition to Make Gender Dysphoria Sound Contagious
In Affirming LGBTQ Rights, the India Supreme Court Struck a Blow Against Colonialism
The CDC Reported a Surge in STI Diagnoses Last Year. But There’s No Reason to Panic.
India Supreme Court Strikes Down “Sodomy” Ban in the World’s Most Significant LGBTQ Rights Decision
What All the Critics Misunderstand About Netflix’s Insatiable
Critics of a Badly Designed Study on “Rapid Onset Gender Dysphoria” Are Being Accused of Censorship. But Scrutiny Is Just Good Science.
The Hidden Gay History of Paper Dolls
Facing Bullies and Court Battles, Transgender Kids Head Back to School
Why the Myth of the “Gay Nazi” Is Back in Circulation—and Why It’s (Still) Wrong
One Perfect Butt Was Eureka for My Sexuality. But Figuring Out Men Would Require Further Study.
Join the Queer Conversation With Outward, Slate’s New LGBTQ Podcast
Do I Have to Give Up Lesbian History to Participate in Queer Culture?
We the Animals Is a One-of-a-Kind Movie Adapted From a Seemingly Unadaptable Novel
The Miseducation of Cameron Post Is a Movie About Gay People but Not Really for Them
The New Movie About Hollywood’s “Pimp to the Stars” Is the Most Dishy Documentary in Ages