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Don Lemon, Michael Musto, and More Honored at Metrosource Gala

Last night in midtown Manhattan, Metrosource took its People We Love event live for the first time, with CNN’s Don Lemon, longtime NYC columnist Michael Musto and drag queen...

How to Be a Gay Daddy 101 – Part 3: What Does a Daddy Do With a Boy?

Our series on Daddy/boy relationships continues with this latest installment. In case you missed Parts One and Two: Part 1: Know Yourself, What You Seek, and Who’s Looking...

Lesbian MMA Athlete Sonya Deville Takes Her Fight for LGBT Rights into the Ring

How did lesbian and New Jersey native Daria Berenato become a mixed martial arts champ known as Sonya Deville? Easy, she says. “I grew up in a small farm town in South...

Wed in the World: A Summary of Recent Marriage Equality News

For the latest recap of marriage equality news, we cover Malaysia, New York, Romania and more. Malaysia Mahathir Mohamad, Prime Minister of Malaysia declared to Reuters, “In...

Person of the Year CNN Anchor Don Lemon Welcomes 2019 and New Congress

“In a matter of hours, things are going to get real for this president,” according to CNN anchor Don Lemon, who yesterday spoke on CNN Tonight about the power shift...

Sherry Vine Has No Plan B

Why should you vote for Miss Vine? We asked the always-entertaining drag queen Sherry Vine how she felt about being part of our 2018 People We Love celebration, and she offered...

30 LGBTQ Golden Globe Nominations Worth Applauding

What lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer projects and performers are worth rooting for among the announced 2018 Golden Globe nominations? We take a look at how the...

10 Outrageous Things Said on Alright Mary.

A lively chat on Drag Race, Coco Peru, SAGE, John Waters and Senator Lindsay Graham’s appearance at a Bushwick queer party. Metrosource editor, and one of Google’s...

40 Years after His Death, What Would Harvey Milk Say about LGBT Equality Today?

This week marks 40 years since the assassination of San Francisco City Supervisor Harvey Milk and Mayor George Moscone. We wonder: what would Milk — who gave his life to make...

Penny Arcade Strolls down Memory Lane in New Stage Show

Raconteur Penny Arcade is back onstage December 6-8 with The Faghag & Her Friends in The Summer of Love, a new work in development at the Baruch Performing Arts Center...

How to Be a Gay Daddy 101 – Part 1: Know Yourself, What You Seek and Who’s Looking for You

Being a gay Daddy has its perks, but also presents a set of challenges that make it perfect for some and undoable for others. So let’s talk about the assumptions, the...

He Found Me 20 Years After We Met in Gay Youth Group

Thanksgiving makes me think of the people we gain and lose along the way, in particular a long lost-friend from a gay youth group who promised to keep in touch and did – two...