By Keith Rice 2 min read
Garrard Conley’s stunning story of his experience in gay conversion therapy has found its path to the big screen courtesy of Joel Edgerton.
By Tom Blunt 4 min read
LGBTQ individuals are often so embroiled in defending their basic rights that it's easy to overlook the simple, human pleasures of queer sex.
By Lisa Rosman 7 min read
Though we’ve so far to go, we’ve come a long way in the fight for LGBT rights in this country. Here are six books that take us to now.
By Tom Blunt 12 min read
David France, author of How to Survive a Plague, considers the many ways our world has changed since the AIDS crisis -- and the unfortunate ways it hasn't.
By Tom Blunt 14 min read
Rather than cast blame, Garrard Conley's memoir seems engineered to illuminate the darker corners of these ex-gay religious communities.
By Joe Muscolino 7 min read
In this interview, Kevin Sessums -- author of I Left it On The Mountain -- interviews none other than Kevin Sessums. And you wouldn't guess it, but things get a little heated and a lot personal.