Openly gay performing arts leaders are still rare. So it was a breath of fresh air to chat about coming out and Celine Dion with Yannick Nézet-Séguin and his partner.
Adam Christian Clark’s alter ego in his unflinching new semi-autobiographical film plays like a Todd Solondz character trapped in a Woody Allen film.
“Love After Lockup,” a hit show on WE TV, is part of a trend toward kinder, gentler prison shows, with sympathetic cons and lovestruck civilians.
When a medical crisis asks a young woman to confront the messier aspects of love, she plunges into a reality TV version of romance.
The director, writer and actress discusses taboos and shame in her new Hulu show “The Bisexual,” debuting Friday.
As the “Opening New Doors” season continues, we unpack our affection (mostly) for Japan’s greatest gift to American reality television.
Judith Newman’s latest Help Desk column ventures into the minefield of marriage, dating, desire — and divorce.
By making their relationship public, HyunA and E’Dawn breached an unspoken rule in the closely managed world of South Korean pop music.
The author of “Speak,” one of the first Y.A. novels to focus on sexual violence, said fiction gives teenagers a language to describe the trauma.