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28 Pieces of Shade Thrown on Drag Race Season 11 Episode 4

It was a night of Yanis throwing shade at the queens, and the queens throwing shade at the Trump administration, but what are the shady turns of phrase that we’ll remember from...

Gay Shows: The Best Queer and LGBT Content on Here TV This Week

Gay programming isn’t always easy to find. So, just as other streaming services provide notifications about what’s available from them, we’re providing an update...

Who’s Who in Netflix’s Reborn LGBTQ Series Tales of the City

Netflix is bringing viewers back to the wonderfully queer world of Armistead Maupin’s San Francisco with a new installment of Tales of the City. Perhaps you’ve read all nine...

Drag Race Alum Aja Has Gone Beyond Gender

In their post drag race career, Aja has broken gender barriers – engaging audiences by embracing both masculine and feminine looks. From Drag to Beyond the Binary Hosts,...

19 Sassy Things Said in Drag Race Season 11 Episode 3

The queens beat at Ru’s back door, praised Britney and Mariah, and got fringed up to face an epic lip sync, but which of their sassy sayings stuck with us? While Recovering from...

Goodnight, One Day at a Time: Netflix Cancels the LGBTQ Family Comedy

Netflix has cancelled One Day at a Time after three glorious seasons. Despite rumors that it may have a second life at another network, we take a moment to appreciate a television...

Gay “Empire” Actor Smollett Pleads Not Guilty to Fake Attack Charges

Out actor and Empire star Jussie Smollett pleaded not guilty Thursday to 16 counts of disorderly conduct at Cook County court. His charges stem from allegedly staging a phony...

21 Life-Affirming Quotes from TLC Wedding Show Drag Me Down the Aisle

The new TLC Wedding special Drag Me Down the Aisle stars four fabulous Drag Race alum and is life-affirming as all get out. Lancaster May Never Be the Same We can only hope this...

Zombie Movie Meets Musical in the Darkly Clever “Anna and the Apocalypse”

A lot of audiences missed this bit of weird holiday whimsy. But now it’s available on several streaming services. Once niche, but now mainstream, zombie films hold a special...

“Mapplethorpe” Tries to Capture an Uncompromising Gay Artist on Film

A biopic examining the life and work of Robert Mapplethorpe arrived in cinemas this weekend. In it, female director Ondi Timoner avoids making the same mistakes as some recent gay...

“Cold War”: Sumptuous Screen Visuals Depict a World War II Romance

Love is often called a battlefield, but it can also be a very long and quiet war. So it is in director Pawel Pawlikowski’s most recent film, Cold War, which follows his Oscar...

How a Gay Couple Went from Loathing to Loving “Game of Thrones”

Wade and his husband assumed Game of Thrones wasn’t for them until they discovered it was enchanting – and surprisingly gay. And Why Do They Want This Alleged Throne?...