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Designed That Way

Which came first, the rainbow flag or the pink triangle? The Grindr logo or 2(x)ist underwear? If it’s queer and iconic, you’ll find it in the new LGBTQ history book, Queer x Design by Andy Campbell. Inside, discover the stories behind some of the most memorable symbols of the past five decades. By default, this chronological representation creates a pretty […]

Cher This Link

Tomorrow night: Cher. Do You Believe? documentary. Reelz Channel. Be there or DVR it. Cher: Do You Believe?Sunday, May 59:00 p.m. ET/8:00 p.m. PTreelz.com Photo Credit: Reelz

He Wrote The Book On Gay

We can barely put together a bookshelf from IKEA. And it comes with instructions! Coming out, however, does not. At least not until now. Written from his own personal experiences, YouTuber Riyadh Khalaf has written a guidebook for young queer guys, but we think the lessons can apply to those coming out at any age. We still know people into […]

Crossing The Line

Ever since the election of that misshapen humanoid queef to the Oval Office, we’ve tried to surround ourselves with a Disney-sized dose of positivity. (Which can be a great thing when you’re running late and our flock of cartoon birds helps tie our shoes.) So a show like The Red Line presents quite a challenge for us. From gay producer […]

Con Mucho Amor

With Pride season coming very soon for much of the world, we’re loading up on rainbow everything in anticipation. Of course, we don’t ever wait until Pride to wear it all, but it’s always a fun part of our wardrobe to build up. And speaking of building up, the latest shirt from MUCHLOVE features a very simple message: Love You. […]

The Pride Of Richfield, Minnesota

Few people make me laugh harder than Miss Richfield 1981. She’s a staple of Atlantis Events cruises, a summer fixture in Provincetown, and an international spokesqueen for travel site Orbitz. Despite her less-than-sensible shoes, she sure gets around. So when presented with the opportunity for a brief chat with the Legend of LOLs, I jumped at the chance. Besides, there’s […]

Simply Amahhhzing!

When it comes to reality shows, we’re Team Competitive over Team Housewife any day. In other words, we pretty much only watch shows that pit people against each other toward a goal of making their lives better, not trying to see who can be the biggest bitchy fame whore. Whether’s it’s crafting on Making It, sewing up a storm on […]

Sleeping Around California’s Central Coast

California produces some of the best wine in the world: Napa. Sonoma Country. Our cousin Shirley’s Fresno bathtub. But until late last year, we’d never had the opportunity to explore California’s Central Coast in person or more specifically, the San Luis Obispo region. (However, we’ve explored many a bottle from there in the comfort of our own back yard.) Much […]

It’s Such A Good Thing We Can Hardly Stand It

Get ready for TV’s oddest couple to return. Tomorrow night, Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg bring back their smash VH1 marijuana-laced cooking show with a new twist for its third season. No longer Martha & Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party, the revamp brings in a competitive element and has been renamed Martha & Snoop’s Potluck Party Challenge. They’ll still be focused […]

Dear Ben Platt

From Broadway to our AirPods. The career of out artist Ben Platt continues to blow up. Released yesterday, the debut solo album from the original star of Dear Evan Hansen dropped and it’s the perfect soundtrack for some looooove-making! His sexy voice combines with seductive music on Sing To Me Intead, a heartfelt album of songs celebrating love and lamenting […]