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What Marvel Hero Stan Lee Left the LGBTQ Community

Stan Lee, the man behind superheroes such as Spider-Man, the Black Panther, the Incredible Hulk and Daredevil — to name but a few — has died at 95. While his passing is of...

“Bohemian Rhapsody”: Did it Neuter the Gay out of Freddy Mercury?

The LGBTQ community is none too happy with Bohemian Rhapsody, and the way it distorted and downplayed the sexuality of Queen frontman Freddy Mercury. But the film was helmed by...

Who’s in the Cast of “Drag Race: All-Stars” Season 4, and Who Will Win?

Who are the queens returning to RuPaul’s runway December 14 on VH1 for a chance for glory in Drag Race: All-Stars Season 4? We predict who will slay and who will sashay away...

Sasha Velour Talks about How Winning “Drag Race” Will Change Your Life!

Sasha Velour won RuPaul’s Drag Race in 2017, and her world shifted overnight on its own axis. As every performer who’s ever competed on the show knows, even being...

“Assassination Nation” is a Hipster’s Cinematic Witch Hunt

Set in Salem, Massachusetts this film chronicles a fun but bloody witch hunt fit for our social-media obsessed culture. The would-be witches are four teenage girls — Lily, Bex,...

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...

Announcing the Winners of the Bohemian Rhapsody prize pack!

Were you the winner of a Bohemian Rhapsody prize pack, including a t-shirt, mustache, and thunder sticks? Congratulations to the following winners: Nicole Lawson Gracy Pena...

Oscar Buzz Surrounds This Film Grappling with Conversion Therapy: “Boy Erased”

After decades of having the LGBTQ experience all-too-often relegated to the sidelines, recent years have seen more and more mainstream films telling our stories — and bringing...

“I Hate New York” is a Devastating Love Letter to the Underground.

In Gustavo Sánchez’s “I Hate New York,” which premiered last night at NewFest in NYC, 10 years of transition are masterfully documented in the lives of some of...

NewFest Opens with “1985” — An Intimate Look at AIDS Before the Cocktail, Before AZT; Before Hope

Writer/director Yen Tan dove into making 1985 intending to create an AIDS movie unlike any he’d ever seen. He succeeded. Tan’s film (which opened the 30th annual...

Cary Mulligan and Jake Gyllenhaal Set the Screen Ablaze in “Wildlife”

Carey Mulligan and Jake Gyllenhaal star in this meditative tale of a teenage boy witnessing his parents’ turbulent struggles with each other and themselves in 1960s small-town...

Once a “Boy Erased”, Author Garrard Conley Sees His Life — and His Conversion Therapy — Come to the Big Screen

Author Garrard Conley, who once considered himself a “boy erased,” is now reaping the benefits life out loud as a gay man, and promoting the movie adaptation of his...