Far from vanishing to wherever it is ’90s sensations go, RuPaul Charles is back on top, presiding over Season 6 of the TV show “Drag Race.”
This exhibition posits fiber art as the ideal lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender medium.
Based on the book, “Sex Tips for Straight Women From a Gay Man,” at 777 Theater, invites audience participation.
In an open letter, Mr. McKellen was joined by 27 Nobel Prize winners, including the South African writer J.M. Coetzee.
“Chozen,” an animated comedy on FX, follows the adventures of a gay white rapper after he leaves prison.
Valery Gergiev, the Russian conductor embroiled in protests over a Russian law limiting discussion of homosexuality, says the anti-discrimination law in Munich, where he is to take over the Munich Philharmonic in 2015.
As the classic gay novel “City of Night” turns 50, its Mexican-American author, John Rechy, reflects on loneliness, growing up in Depression-era El Paso, and how his life and career came together.
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