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Foodies Rejoice: Simply diVine Returns to Tempt LA Tastebuds

What do you get when you combine a celebration of food and beverages with some of Los Angeles’ most fabulous LGBTQ people and our allies? Simply diVine! The premiere food and...

Photos From a Footsoldier in the Battle for Equal Rights

I happen to own a few footnotes in gay history as a photographer in San Francisco for 25 of the greatest years of my 82 years. From the early ’60s to late ’80s. For...

Exercising through an Injury 

When injury strikes, you may be forced to throw your regular exercise routine out the window. While some injuries require complete rest, others may still allow you to perform...

Where to See Ariana Grande’s “Sweetner” Tour This Year

Lately it seems like Ariana Grande can’t stop rocking our world. Her delivery of a rafter-shaking “The Wizard and I” at A Very Wicked Halloween (pictured) got us...

The “Day of Silence” April 12: Just One of the Dates You Should Keep

Does someone look up to you? Talk to your favorite young people about whether they’re participating in the Gay, Lesbian, Straight Education (GLSEN) Day of Silence this April...

The Best LGBTQ Things to Do This Month in NYC

Looking for gay events in NYC? Whether you’re looking for drag shows, parties talks & lectures, film screenings, theater, or art exhibits, Metrosource has got you covered....

6 Outstanding LGBTQ Documentaries You May Have Missed

We’ve got some thought-provoking LGBTQ documentaries, or documentaries that appeal to LGBTQ tastes, that you may have missed. Below you’ll find documentary reviews from...

“Fosse/Verdon”: FX Unpacks Their Star-Crossed Chemistry

In recent years, FX has become known for its limited and anthology series thanks to properties like American Horror Story, American Crime Story and Feud. Their latest will take a...

See Most of Pablo Picasso’s Blue and Rose Period in One Place

If you admire the work of Pablo Picasso, you may want to put Switzerland on your travel itinerary this spring. In February, the Foundation Beyeler launched one of the most...

“Tootsie” the Movie Finds New Life as a Broadway Musical

In 1982, Dustin Hoffman took on the film role of a struggling actor named Michael. Early on he’s seen frustrated at an audition. “What are you looking for?” is...

Attending Brittney Griner’s Wedding Destroyed a Lesbian Engagement

Did attending Brittney Griner’s wedding ruin my future marriage plans with my ex-fiancée? For the last 6 years, I was engaged to one of the WNBA’s smallest basketball...

Lizzo Returns to the Pop Rap Scene With a New Album, “Cuz I Love You”

Leave it to Lizzo: she tickled our funny bones while looking for her “Phone,” and empowered all kinds of beauty (including gender-non-conformity) with her video of “Good As...